We've hacked too much time

Happy Wednesday, lovely comic enthusiasts!

This is your friendly reminder from your local wizards to always wash your hands, get enough sleep (unless you're watching a Clone Wars three-parter. Then you FINISH that shit), and drink lots of vitamin C. We both got knocked flat on our bums last week with some kind of Ultra Bug. Blog posts were late, deadlines were missed, cats and dogs living together, mass hysteria,

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(Yikes, this movie, right?)

So, we're back, and you might have noticed that we've had Pokemon on on our minds. That's because Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon release this month! We're so desperate to have these games that we've been counting cupholder change to hit the magic number (if I'm honest this isn't the first time we've done that...for a Pokemon game).

I'm almost happy I didn't get a blog out for last week's comic. Cause really, what was I supposed to say? There's a link to the pink cocaine kids video in the comic description. Any further explanation ruins the joke and gets the song stuck in my head, so this one's all yours, champ-in-the-making!

This week's comic is much simpler. It's the story of an underdog, trapped between two worlds. No one believes in her. Her nemesis feels lightyears away. Or like he's in another dimension. Which one is it, Gamefreak!?

Remember in Gen 3 when they were going to send a rocket into space? And then that time when we rode Rayquaza into space? To fight Deoxys...in space? And we all thought that was the craziest this series would ever get? Yeah. Nah. See you in Ultra Space, kiddos.

We out.

Erin and Adam