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the whole conceit of a planet of magicians who want to spend their time a watching magic show is simply too delicious
What happened to the mouse, rabbit and rat?
I think the thing I like most about this arc is how Axe Cop and Dinosaur Soldier, with exactly zero minutes of practice and with nothing more than a stolen collection of tricks, are able to completely out-magic all the natives of Magic World.
So…theft, assault, evading arrest, and now counterfeiting…at what point do good guys become bad guys, exactly?
Wow, that’s enough for like 100 chemists.
So, Axe Cop gives people free money, and it makes them angry? Is he the Australian Labor Party?
As great as ever. It’s impossible for axe cop to jump the shark as long as Malachi writing. Kudos to the bros!
“We win. Good night!” makes it.
We were -this close- to seeing Axe Cop without a hat . . .
What costs as much as $1000 in Axe Cop universe? They’ll have to invent new categories of awesome to find something worth such big bucks.
If all the magicians don’t end up dead by the end of the episode, their economy will surely be devastated by hyperinflation.
@James A. Calwell III - I salute a true fan. By the way, I work with a lot of chemists and they all now know that they are worth $10 each.
Axe Cop and Dinosaur soldier Troll magicians.
Didn’t this story begin with Axe Cop and Dinosaur Soldier being hired as babysitters? I seem to vaguely remember that . . .
Okay, next stop: use their magic to go entertain Uni-Baby.
Ooo! Even better! Lure all the magicians over to their house to entertain her instead!
Although she’s probably sleeping peacefully now that she’s been taught not to cry or misbehave.
The alt-text is a comma splice. Also, Axe Cop is one of the most spectacular comics ever made. Hooray for random plots!
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