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wow. That’s the best one yet! I literally laughed out loud, literally.
I laughed hard making this one. I called Malachai to ask him what the dog says at the end the words are verbatim. I love the cliff hanger.
Im diggin the axe cop’s I can’t wait for my kids to get back from xmas break so they can read them
More more more! Axe Cop 5!
actually… up next is Axe Cop ZERO. The story of Axe Cop’s childhood.
“I’LL CHOP OFF YOUR HEAD!” -I love it!
Haha, this is great! I love the style, and the dialogue is hilarious! Spreading it to all my friends XD
The very moment Uni-Avocado Soldier channels the divine compassion of Jesus Christ marks the point that this comic turns from brilliant to sublime
I just feel it necessary to point out that the only sin of the sentient tree was that it couldn’t sing, and it died the slowest, most painful death yet.
And that just makes it all the more awesome
Axe Cop is the bestest, funniest webcomic on the planet. I worship the genius of both the writer and the artist. Kudos, thanks, and axes.
“The tree sang really annoying songs.” I love it! Best webcomic ever. The heroic walk in the last panel is quite badass.
Oh my god, the singing Christmas trees. They really are scary. I had a highschool American History teacher named Mr. Rubino who had an plastic christmas tree which, when activated, not only would make a weird crooning muffled noise, but would sway slightly AND had this weird branchy mouth that opened and closed in time to the music (almost but not quite giving the illusion of singing). And the tree had these slightly unsettling eyes that… blinked.
Mr. Rubino noticed, after a while, that when the tree started singing and dancing, I shuddered ever so slightly.
Then one day whilst sitting at my desk, I noticed the tree was specifically looking in my direction. I quietly turned it so that it faced the general class again. And the next day, the tree was turned again in my direction, and it had been moved over a little closer to my desk. I looked at Mr. Rubino, trying to figure out what was going on, but he didn’t seem to notice.
“Oh, you’re being paranoid,” you say. Well, the next day I came in, and the TREE WAS ON MY DESK. I think I made a weird frightened noise and moved it back to Mr. Rubino’s table.
And the next day… oh, the next day… I came in, I looked at my desk, and there was the tree SITTING ON MY DESK AGAIN and LOOKING AT ME. And, AND, taped to it’s mouth was a word balloon which read “HI AYA!” (me). I think I lost it and yelled out loud.
Mr. Rubino had been pretending to talk to a student, but now, he was doubled over and laughing like crazy. And then he turned the tree on. Never have I seen anything so fantastically unsettling and scary as that plastic christmas tree stirring to life and singing, moving slightly in a dance, BLINKING in my direction, and apparently saying “HI AYA!”. Someone finally took the tree off my desk, turned off the switch, and put it back on Mr. Rubino’s desk. And for the rest of the day, people kept asking why the Christmas tree in History class has a speech bubble saying “Hi Aya!”. And I couldn’t really explain why it freaked me out.
But my mind began to brew and stir, and I began to percolate on an idea. I had seen Mr. Steve Rubino shudder and get just as unsettled… but at what? And then I remembered what it was he was lecturing us on when he had such a reaction. Or rather, *who* he was lecturing on.
So that night, I scoured the internet for a good reference photo, turned on my printer, got some scissors, marker, and tape, and crafted my revenge. The next morning, I came early to class, quietly stole over to Mr. Rubino’s computer, and taped something to hang over the monitor. A few students started to trickle in. When they saw what I was putting up, they started to laugh.
Eventually, Mr. Rubino came in. By then, I was at my desk, pretending to study my notes. Mr. Rubino began conversing with a student about an upcoming AP exam. My friends kept stealing glances over at Mr. Rubino and his computer, but they couldn’t say anything.
And then, finally, Mr. Rubino wrapped up and went over to his desk. A moment later, there was a high pitched scream. Half the people there burst out laughing, and the other half had to figure out that Mr. Rubino had made that sound. Trying to see what had caused it, people crowded around Mr. Rubino’s computer monitor.
And there Mr. Rubino’s trembling finger pointed…. to a giant photo of Richard Nixon’s portrait, with a speech balloon that said, “HELLO STEVE!”
And so ends my story of the singing tree.
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I love that Ralph Wrinkles is just duct taped onto the rocket.
Wait, Axe Cop’s watch keeps appearing and disappearing… weird…
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