Nothing is ever easy.
Just wanted to mention that in the last panel it should be 'full of republic' not full or republic
Ugh, for some reason the rest of my comment disappeared.... I was saying that I love your comic and look forward to it every week
Thanks for pointing that out it has been fixed, and I'm glad you have been enjoying my comic. :D
While we're at it, it should be "an entire base".
It's a great comic, thanks for making it. :3
It's a universal truth: whether you're an alien agent in another Galaxy Long Long Ago and Far Far away, or an office worker on 21st century Earth, or anywhere in-between: You do *not* want to get picked for the "special" job.
...also, as long as we're nitpicking, panel 4 should have a "t" on the end of "thought" ;)
In panel six, "a entire" should be "an entire", and "solders" should be "soldiers"; and in panel two, in the background, is "ugg" intentional, or should it be "ugh"?
Furthermore, in panel 4, Salih's left glove should be 1/8th inch shorter, and in panel 2 the third background guy should be left handed instead of right handed. Also, that fic isn't nearly as good as they claim it is.
I mean as long as the fic is good...
What did I start....... Lol
Sorry man, but that lol should not be capitalized, there needs to be a period at the end of the sentence, and 7 ellipses? SEVEN? WHAT ARE WE, ANIMALS?!?!?!?
"What did I start" is clearly a question, so there should be a question mark in there, too.
Well you don't have punctuation in your title, so how can we trust you?
"Well", when used as an interjection at the beginning of a sentence, should have a comma after it.
Trust no one.
Yes, I know I spelled "punctuated" wrong in my previous title. These comments need a bleeping edit feature.
:( is a sentence fragment. Haven't you been to facial expressions made using parentheses and colon grammar class?
Where is there an edit feature? I don't know if registered users can edit comments or not, since I'm not registered, but on some other commenting systems you have an "Edit" button option available even as a guest, so long as you are at the same ip address you originally posted from. This system does not appear to have that feature.
Yes, registered users can edit their comments, but I think we should all agree not to do so. It ruins the integrity of the nitpicking.
Thank you for your recognition of my excellent ignoring work. It's always good to have a positive performance review.
Clearly, the edit feature for registered users means that only we "guest" commenters who are too lazy to register can be trusted.
But can I be trusted because my identity can be stolen at any time? No, no I can't.
P.S. I AM REALLY REDUCTO NOTHING SUSPICIOUS HERE.
P.P.S. Brax is the best person ever.
Well thanks Reducto! You seem a lot more reasonable than before.
On the other hand, upon further reflection, I now realize that Reducto is much smarter, better looking, more popular, and more qualified in every way than I could ever be, so who am I to judge?
I reiterate my previous assertion: Trust no one.
(Except Brax, he now apparently seems to be a pretty good judge of character)
Reducto, if you are better than me in every way, and I'm the best person ever, what species are you? If you're some sort of alien, we should form an intergalactic spelling/grammar police force.
I've always wanted to be an ISGPD agent, but those entrance exams are really brutally difficult. Actually, it's not so much the exam itself, but if you think those guys in the comments above are nitpicky, they're nothing compared to the ISGPD exam graders! One little dot on an "i" slightly out of place and you're screwed.
One little dot on an i out of place? Reducto, the exams are bubble tests... You can't misplace the dot of an i on them...
That's just how incredibly nitpicky they are! Those guys can find a misplaced i dot on a bubble test! Once, they gave each person a list of what mistakes we were going to make before the test started! (and we made them anyway!)
Personally, I think that's just unnecessarily showing off.
There is no edit feature for non-registered users. I can not edit user comments (aside from my own comments) regardless if they are made from registered or non-registered users. I can delete comments but I don't like to unless it is an identical comment, or it is blatant spam.
I like to leave things open for non-registered users to comment and will so long as I am able. If you do register you can edit your own comments AND have the option to put a nifty little picture next to your user name.
We do appreciate your efforts to keep the comments free of all that nasty spam. I can't stand that stuff.
In a completely unrelated matter, I hear that a local housewife has discovered one simple trick to generate free power from tap water while making $20k per month part time from home, but "They" don't want you to find out about it!! Just click this link to find out more... ;)
$20k per month, you say....
It is quite obvious that all you nitpickers are failing to properly identify the most glaring and critical error in this week's edition of Imperial Entanglements:
THERE IS NOT NEARLY ENOUGH MENDILOQUENCE!!!!!!!!
THIS MUST BE FIXED IMMEDIATELY!!!!
That is all.
Are you implying there can ever be an amount of Mendiloquence that is "enough"? There is never enough! You sound like you don't truly appreciate his brilliance!
What?! Of course I don't truly appreciate his brilliance! No mere pathetic mortals such as ourselves could possibly ever hope to have an inkling of comprehension of the tiniest part of the brilliance that is Lord Mendiloquence Lethologica! Why would you even suggest such a thing could be possible?! That's just crazy talk! Crazy? Who's crazy I didn't say crazy why do people keep using that word all the time nobody is crazy here. Would they let a crazy person use THE INTERNET?! No, obviously they would not. There. Now you are sorry you said that. Now everyone should get back to important subjects such as Mendiloquence and the unknowable levels of his incomprehensible awesomeness.
Hey umm, I think I saw Mendy in that mental health facility down the road.... handing out muffins?
Muffins, not cookies? An unusual choice for him. I guess he must have leveled and put points towards Sith-Baking(muffins) instead of Sith-Baking(cookies) this time.
The dark side flows through all baked goods. The sugar surrounds us, it penetrates us.
That makes sense. I always wondered why they referred to the low-cal sugar-free pastries, etc. as "Light". Now we know.
The force choke we see in media is a hoax created by imp intelligence to mislead us. The actual force choke involves a lot more force-feeding.
The story of a high school chemistry teacher who overwhelmed by pressure and stress, turns to the Dark Side of the Force and descends into a progressive spiral of murder, mayhem, and delicious treats: Baking Bad.