oh, duh, the tag
Peanut needs to learn how to make his comments less…obtrusive.
“Obtrusive”…. lol Good choice of words! I agree!
It’s been a while since we’ve last seen Spot (Superdog) Can’t wait to see what happens next
LOL, isn’t it bad when your identity is so noticeable, yet glasses keep people from figuring out your true identity! Like Superman for exampe! 0o0 And god peanut, enough with pointing out the obvious!!! XD
I may have been the only person to associate it with this… but all the “*” and notes reminds me of the Sonic the Hedgehog comics. It seems like every page they are making some form of editor’s notes to let people remember what happened last…. because apparently we aren’t smart enough to either a) remember or b) go back to our previous issues to refresh… so rather we get 90 boxes of notes per issue that remind us what happened in the past!! You will never get alzhiemer’s disease with Sonic the Hedgehog!
Anyhow, this comic was hilarious to me because of said association. XP
I associated it with Sonic too, but I figured it was just because those are the only comics I ever read frequently. I just assumed lots of them did it.
iv never read an actual book comic only web comics
i would like to make mention that some of us started the sonic comics late and a) dont know what happened and b) dont have previous issues
secondly anyone else think spots face in the last panel is priceless?
Point taken… but there ARE some times when the “helpful” little boxes are just insane in quantity. And I can understand referencings issue number 66 when we are in issue 203… but referencing four points from issue 199 when you are in isse 200… that’s just a bit rediculous.
All of this time i been waiting for a new important plot… then superdog appears!
you’ll pay for this, superdog! (insert overly ranting critique here)
Ahahahaha.. wait, its not a mask? WUT!?
At least he’s close to his girlfriend who is despite all appearances not a cat!
Wow…..I can’t believe I was waiting to see the unveiling, not even realizing he does not have a mask…….I R dum.
Hmm. I wonder if red orphanite makes Spot evil?
I wonder if evil Spot would commit crimes?
I wonder if they would then be ‘white collar’ crimes?
*Runs away from rotten vegetable projectiles.*
Smallville has ruined superman’s image!! XD
No, no it’s blue orphanite for the blue collar crimes and white orphanite for the white collar crimes. Red orphanite just causes him to turn communist. Yellow orphanite makes him oriental. Green orphanite turns him into a member of the green party.
Spot (Superdog)’s face in the last panel is priceless…..
Besides it’s the glasses that reveals his true identity!
Oh lord what atrocities will spot the superdog go through now?
laser pointing temptation?
having to watch his captors eat bacon right in front of im?
…tickle torture? D:
Guess we’ll have to wait for the next issue. :3
Or, my favourite, THE STICK!
LOL he has a firm grasp of the obvious XD (panel 6)
Oh gods, it’s like any REAL superhero comic….
every time i see these, it’s just like the stupid ass comics me and my bro used to make on summer vacation to while away the more boring days, once the beach and swimming pool had lost some of their sparkle…
didn’t even bother with poorly drawn bodies though, our main characters were little round blobs (like the Jellies from various RPGs) and a couple of rather boxy humans occasionally appeared.
crap kiddie comics ftw
“Last time, on Spot (Superdog)”*
* See previous issue
A bit redundant, huh?
The look on Stripe’s face in the last pannel is priceless.
The Nefarious villan in a dress is a criminal mastermind, you all know it.
having taken a look at the previous comics, you can tell Peanut’s drawing skills have impoved.
…or is that Griffin’s.
What’s that kryptonyte stuff called in this comic?
Wait, nevermind, THIS I ought to kill you for.
Seems Peanut is getting better at this drawing business…
The “See first panel -ed” box on panel 5 looks like a floating bazooka
Peanut is getting better at art over time!
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