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#72 - The Invitation 1

Date Posted: June 17th, 2018, 12:31 pm

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The Professor's in The House! For those of you who don't recognize the khakied fellow in the last panel, that's Professor Elemental. He's a musical artist that performs in the style of hip hop but strictly adheres to themes of steampunk, sci-fi, British pride and tea, often sampling vintage tracks from the 1920's. If you're curious about his music, here's an example!

The real life professor has graciously given me permission to use his character and likeness in this arc. It'll be mostly a fun side story but with a rather happy yet slightly implausible ending. Curious? Stay tuned!


Idk about the girls but this dude seems fun
@ZSnazzy: The girls are just making sure John is okay. He doesn't make the best decisions sometimes XD
This is going to be great Also it's great that Iris is genre savvy. I like that quite a bit, hahaha! Very much fun.
@sethtriggs: Hehe Iris is definitely a cautious person. There wasn't any way she was going to let John walk into what essentially is the opening to any given horror movie alone lol
Even though I know him... @Jim Nickabocker: I know who he is but now that I think about it he sounds like a character from the Borderlands series.
@Stephen: Hah! You know his voice would totally belong in that universe though his character is much too nice for that XD
Nonsense. @Jim Nickabocker: Utter nonsense. A classy gentleman such as he would fit right in with Sir Hammerlock.
@Stephen: Of coarse! How could I forget about Sir Hammerlock?? I humbly rescind my comment!
I can see the thoughts rolling through Roxanne's head now.
"This invitation is printed on parchment. Who does that? Don't they know that parchment comes from meat and meat is murder?"

Of course, it's probably that fake parchment you can buy just about anywhere.
Without the last panel I could have commented "There’s a light!"
"I am terribly sorry, for the destination in which we are to set out for, shall not require any form of paved pathways for us to transverse on."