Final guest star appearance by Captain Redstorm of "Nerds in Space!" Here's hoping that he'll be returning to his interview desk soon!
The conceit is, of course, based on lines from "Macbeth" - when Mac's dithering at the end of the first act about killing Duncan, he notes that the king is there in double trust - as his kinsman and as his guest in Mac's castle. Lady M helps him get over that, of course.
If you happen to read this comic and not read "Legostar Galactica," you should start now: [url]http://www.starpirates.net/index.php?referer=-61[url/]. Once you've started - or even if you've not - you should go to the forums for "Star Pirates," sign up, and vote for "Legostar Galactica" as a top webcomic! The creator can win necessary "art supply" funds - and there are good sets this year... Here's the link: [url]http://www.starpirates.net/index.php?referer=-61[url/]
Hahaha, what a great way for me to go out. Although I'm obviously gonna have to do something about Hecate calling me Sgt. Pepper. But I'll just add that to list of future stuff for NIS.
As for Legostar Galactica, I did not vote for them. I haven't been a fan of the hype surrounding the now ended remake of the series and voted for Questionable Content instead, even though that comic has nearly nil to do with space or piracy. Anyway, before I run off too long, I retired the character of Charlie Swashtech from Star Pirates and am now Clarence Exposition, in Devil's Boot Camp, the third string fleet in the Dare Devil's family. Probably should have a different name, since I think Captain Exposition would be at odds with what these fleets stand for. :P /off topic jibber jabber
Always plenty of grist for the comic-making mill! (The line's based on a classic from "Grosse Pointe Blank" - that's the second time that I've done that now, isn't it?)
Vote your conscience, otherwise it's not a democracy. I'm touched that you've taken up Clarence's moniker as your handle, and I'm sure that you can play him as you see fit, regardless of the namesake. After all, my usual gamer-handle is "Fifth Business," and I'm reasonably sure that neither Robertson Davies (the author) nor Dunstan Ramsay (the novel's subject) would think much of FPS games.
lol, true enough on the count of democracy. As for playing Clarence as I see fit, I don't really play him much differently then I would write him on NIS. I'm not really one for speaking out in the Star Pirates community and pretty much mind my own business.