So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Helen-[MarksGonzales] is hot.
Also: Is anyone getting shades of Jane Narbon from that first comic?
Leon Arnott (l) says: You know, about a year or so ago I discovered two things that Narbonic and Mystery Science Theater 3000 have in common: one, that they feature evil science laboratories whose names end in "-onic", and two, that their star characters are menial workers who are revealed to actually be more brilliant inventors than their scientist employers. (Previously) And even though the second similarity doesn't enter the fray until later on, it stands to reason that a comic combining the two would eventually be made.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
Coming soon: the Broadway musical, "Hello, Dalek!"
(Why has no one done this yet? A quick Google search turned up nothing ... oh well, I had a couple of minutes free on the weekends anyway...)
Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says:
Manga Helen and Mell: OMG So CUUUUUUUTE!!!! And I thought I was in love with Helen before. Now I'm just plain twitterpated.
I liked the Roger Langridge drawing so much I printed out a copy to hang at my desk at work.
[Shameless Doctor Who-related plug: Neill Gorton, who does prosthetics, makeup, animatronics, props, etc. for Doctor Who, was at Comic-con showing off his new line a high-end replicas, including sonic screwdrivers and the head of Davros. They're not quite ready yet, but check out the MFX Warehouse link at http://www.neillgorton.co.uk/ to get on the mailing list. Then check out Neill's other companies just because they're cool!]
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says: Incidentally, if you'd like to own Roger Langridge artwork yourself, hisprices are very reasonable.
kicking_ k (kicking_k) says:
Goodness, they really are.
I rather enjoyed reading through the posted scans of the "Green-Eyed Monster" story as a sort of silent movie (there are no dialogue balloons).Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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