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somethngs wrong with the ask axe cop auto updater
.... unless it updates right after i post. welp
yeah when I post the blog I have to go into the episode and link it to the blog then post it, so there is about 10 seconds where the blog exists without the page. Good job sneaking in right in those ten seconds.
First off, the art on this one is great. I love your take on the characters from the Narnia films. Secondly, isn’t a US dollar worth about five Kroner? How much was a cup of coffee over there?
All I know is I bought a small cup of coffee and a little breakfast muffin sandwich and it costed me 89 krone which comes to about $15.75 USD. I also bought 3 converters for my electronics and they cost 250 krone a piece ($45 each).
Last time I checked, Oslo is one of the very most expensive cities in the world to live in. Which why so many Norwegians cross the border to Sweden to do their shopping. If you visit a Swedish supermarket near the border on a holiday, you’ll hear almost as much Norwegian as Swedish.
What a cool premise! I love Aslan’s expression.
Exchange rates make no sense to me, there’s so many factors.. how much of their money you get for yours, how much purchasing power they have per hours worked, whether one product is proportionately more expensive than another, in a different ratio than we’re used to.. etc.
So does this count as parody? I’m pretty sure Narnia isn’t in the public domain. Not that that would bother Axe Cop.
(Doesn’t really bother me, either, I was just surprised that this was allowed. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out, though.)
I’m hoping it counts as parody. I figured I’d just go ahead and do it and see what happens because it was too awesome not to do.
Haha so awesome. I love C.S. Lewis. Check out his scifi trilogy if you haven’t yet, it is amazing.
You really should read the whole Narnia series, it’s completely worth it. And while you’re at it, you really might like his lesser known science fiction trilogy. It’s definitely not written for kids and can be slow at times. There are no giant battles, but it blew my mind.
This was probably the funniest axe cop comic I’ve seen yet. Keep up the good work.
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