>>425821 >How the fuck did you do the bold [b], [i] and [u] shortcodes work, and you can also use the corresponding hotkeys, ie. ctrl+b, ctrl+i and ctrl+u. Ctrl+s is spoilers like on 4chan. You can also use #fortune and #heroes in the name fields.
Previous one stopped bumping. So, there was a Garfield Pet Force comic, apparently! Also nice villainess. Her name is Invisible Squirrel (not that she uses invisibility at all, just force fields) She only appears for a few pages, because the heroes literally been briefed on how to get out of trouble and defeat the villains, and turn them back to pure energy. Pity, she looks hot. https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Garfield-Pet-Force-Special/Full?id=173880
>>424020 I have no update at the moment, I am focusing on finishing a porn fan comic right now. Although its become slow because I have trouble coming up with how I am going to take the story next, there is a broad outline at the moment, but I haven't find an interesting way to connect the dots right now.
I've read Plunge lately, turns out it's also by Joe Hill, with art by Stuart Immonen (probably what got me interested). It's about a salvage operation of a direlect ship, where they find intelligent alien bugs with a hivemind who took over the crews bodies, driving them like zombies, they want the salvage crew to open the hatch under the derelict where there's a giant egg for the bugs to mate with. So far. The book is not yet complete.
But it adds just another layer of creepy with every single new issue, solving part of the mystery but making it deeper and worse. I really like the timing of each issue; it gives you what you want and also makes you want to have more.
Are the rest of Joe Hill's comics like that too? I might have to start checking them out, which one would you recommend?
>>423943 >I seen her appear with Croc in those comics, but did not see it mentioned. Was she in the games too, or just the spinoff comics? Man that kid must have looked weird.
I don't know about the games. In the comics, they were both part of the suicide squad, fitted with exploding chips in their heads, and then Raʼs al Ghul made them his lackey using the same chips. Ra's goal in the comic was about trying to save endangered animals, going so far as threatening to destroy the human civilization that endangered them. After Croc and Orca married, Ra's deactivated the chips as a wedding present, as they are bringing a new and unique life to this world, which is what his entire crusade has been about. They ate Ra's immediately afterwards.