Comic 1712 - UFO comic

30th Sep 2020, 12:00 AM
UFO comic
Average Rating: 4.89 (9 votes)

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Centcomm 30th Sep 2020, 12:00 AM edit delete
Sorry about no comic, my hands have not done well they all of a sudden started hurting again and 'freezing up'So im back to taking hard core pain killers. I did this a few weeks ago and released it on Patreon but you guys can see it now because you are all awesome...
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Ryu Santos 30th Sep 2020, 12:23 AM edit delete reply

Dang, Cent. I guess I'm gonna have to call the folks at OSI and get them to give you a nice pair of new hands.

Hope your hands get better soon.
Lurker314 30th Sep 2020, 1:39 AM edit delete reply
Hands first. One of my sisters and both of my daughters are learning this the hard way.

Sucks that we don't see the new comic--but that's because the comic is so AWESOME.

You take care of you, because if you don't, there won't be any comic for us.

Yeah, right.

You take care of you because you are worth it. The freeloaders like me can wait.
Oldarmourer 30th Sep 2020, 4:40 AM edit delete reply
"slow and's a marathon not a sprint"
There, now that we have the mandatory cliches out of the way...
Have you tried massage therapy ? or hot wax ?
It did wonders for me with my hand and a lot of other parts that the warranty ran out on
We're not going anywhere anytime soon, take your time and get off the painkillers as fast as possible.
Those things do more harm than good in the long run.
megados 30th Sep 2020, 4:50 AM edit delete reply

Sorry to hear that you're in pain. :( Take whatever time you need! Pain, and painkiller free is best! Put yourself first in this.
Very realistic looking page! Well done!
HiFranc 30th Sep 2020, 5:04 AM edit delete reply

Look after yourself.
KarToon12 30th Sep 2020, 6:45 AM edit delete reply

I hope you feel better soon. And this comic is awesome. That first panel especially is rendered so well, it looks like a photo and not 3D/CGI.
Greybeaver 30th Sep 2020, 6:58 AM edit delete reply
Yar, hands. Who knew that each of those muscles could cramp up? And do it individually? Great show you've got, get rested and ready before tackling it again. Thank you!
Oldarmourer 30th Sep 2020, 12:04 PM edit delete reply
Don't know what it's like where you are but down here this is the time of year my arthritis molts to become stronger
This week's particularly bad after the storm went through. Damp, high humidity, low barometric pressure
Every knuckle takes turns in flaring up to the point you want to just crush each one individually with a hammer
It'll get better though and I'm sure your hands will too, it's the admission price for outlasting our ancestors
Soak them in hot water, as hot as you can stand it for as long as you can take it, that gives me a little relief
Or see if there's a physiotherapist that offers the hot wax treatment, that works best, for me anyway.
It's far too easy to get it too hot on your own heating it on the stove but maybe with a good thermometer...
Kiddeagle 30th Sep 2020, 5:01 PM edit delete reply
Hey, I live in Phoenix. shall I send a rescue truck?
Oldarmourer 30th Sep 2020, 5:10 PM edit delete reply
pizza delivery can always make your hands work enough to hold a pizza ;)
megados 30th Sep 2020, 5:21 PM edit delete reply

Even if not, you can put it on the edge of the table and slide it bit by bit. :D
knuut 30th Sep 2020, 9:35 PM edit delete reply
Better send a time machine too. That's a pre-1972 beetle. Hard to get the exact year without the license plate lite (without which incidentally, she will get a ticket in most every state) but parts are a real problem. I kept a '68 running 'till the mid 1990's when scrounging bone-yards really stopped being fun. "CHUNK-THUNK Puttt. putt..." is a very bad noise. At best, valve - piston crash (engine rebuild and replacing one or both cylinder heads [if you can find one]). At worst, rock - oil pan collision or connecting rod - crankcase interaction (R&R engine). In either case you will need the time machine to get to a well stocked parts dept.
Oldarmourer 1st Oct 2020, 5:58 AM edit delete reply
My '68 finally died around '78 from just that thing, no oil warning light or it didn't work :(
Sold it to the towtruck driver for more than I paid for it so it was a sort of win.
Morituri 30th Sep 2020, 7:48 PM edit delete reply
Just wanted to say, it's an awesome page, even if it's aside from the main story. Seriously, the models look good, the composition looks good, and the lighting's perfect.

Speaking of the lighting, I notice that Jessica's mouth doesn't have the well-lit teeth and tongue that plagued earlier models. Is this a software upgrade?
Rashala 30th Sep 2020, 11:15 PM edit delete reply

You do what you need to centy we'll be fine get better!
Hell's Dragonfly 30th Sep 2020, 11:51 PM edit delete reply
WTF? I just logged on to the site and I can't pull up any images, just text. Anyone out there know what could be wrong? It's only happening on this site. Weird!

Sorry about your hands, Cent. I certainly hope you feel better soon. Post when you can. These pages are well worth waiting for.

plymayer 1st Oct 2020, 12:31 AM edit delete reply

I've owned two 74 Beatles. One use to catch fire all the time when I was driving down the road. Folks would pull up next to me and shout "Your car is on fire"... I would thank them pull over grab whatever was in the back seat and beat the fire out and then drive on. Loved those cars....
Oldarmourer 1st Oct 2020, 6:00 AM edit delete reply
Mine had a habit of letting water in through the kick-vents by your feet then pooling up in the backseat until it flooded the battery.
Oldarmourer 1st Oct 2020, 6:26 AM edit delete reply vote incentive could be a 'teaser' view of a panel from further along in this story so people can see what Patreon does for them ;)
robnot 1st Oct 2020, 7:15 AM edit delete reply
yes,, i like how you think...
it "might" make people like me (cant afford pateron.) ,, willing to start..
tho i do support in other ways...
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