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I wasn’t really feeling this one until the last panel, but MAN that more than made up for it. What a punch line.
Healing eye lasers, of course. I thought it was cool/laughable when Superman used his eye lasers to re-build a damaged section of the Great Wall of China in The Quest for Peace. But Ralph Wrinkles just out-cooled Superman.
The Axe Cop operation keeps getting bigger.
Incidentally, the army of undead hypnotized workers sounds a lot like voodoo stories. I’m sure it’s a coincidence, but comparing this comic to voodoo just makes it funnier (to me, at least).
Holy crap! Why can’t I have a hypnotize button on my wrist?
I suppose this is how Axe Cop can ever go on vacation without feeling any guilt.
He values his hypnotized bad guys’ health and comfort!
I can think of at least three tragedies that could have been reversed by the healing lasers: mermaids, elephant, and babies. Ralph Wrinkles, why only now reveal your powers? [weeping]
So, unlike Bruce Wayne/Batman, who somehow maintains a massive operation with only one guy on his payroll (Alfred; do you expect Robin or Batgirl to dust the Batcomputer, change the Batmobile’s tires?), Axe Cop has an ostensibly more realistic approach: Frakkin’ slavery. At least he’s got practical help. *Shiver*
I forgot to mention this before - the gym complete with 50 and 100 lb. axes. Nice detail.
I found the last panel oddly heartwarming. Is there something wrong with me?
I the first panel, Is that some sort of fancy digital axe? There’s clearly a control panel being worked on.
We could all learn a lot about criminal rehabilitation from Axe Cop.
I’m kinda disappointed that Axe Cop utilizes a Bowflex instead of a full-on power rack.
I used to read pulp fiction when I was younger, this is like a much darker, less altruistic version of Doc Savage’s rehabilitation center for the criminals he captured.
I believe that silver-age Superman also did something similar to this. Or it might have been more golden-age, can’t remember off-hand.
Love the boxflex and weighted axes. Is the guy in the first panel working on an automated axe?
Thanks for the comic Ethan, I’m out at college, and I miss my little siblings like mad (Bobby 8, Ben 6, and Laura 5..) This makes me feel at home :3 So… ya… thanks ^^
The final panel of Axe Cop tucking in one of his tiny slaves/minions is so precious.
This toes a line between insanely creepy and absurdly cute, especially the last panel.
Weird, but entertaining. I liked it.
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nice one. keep it up.
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