So this is now the final level of this “game”?
I’m really perplexed about these comments about video games each week. Maybe I am missing something that I put into the comic, though.
It is rather odd like… I can’t think of any game like this///
When I first saw the series, when I saw http://dummcomics.com/2011/06/25/razpage-part-1/ at first I thought it was like those video game levels where the wall closes in on the player’s character (look at the very last panel – see how well the walls fit together?)
But when parts 2 and 3 came, it became apparent that it was a MONSTER that was causing mayhem – Still, I imagine that the intern has quick hand-eye coordination and used that to escape.
Ohhh, now it makes sense! I thought I was going crazy each week when I saw another comment about a video game. They were meant to be giant, fortified doors holding in a monster.
Aha! So it was specifically opening to reveal something (in this case the monster)! – Well, some video games do have the “door opens and big monster/bad robot dude appears” sequences.
GASP! HE DOES SOMETHING PRODUCTIVE!!!… or get killed in the process, either option has potential humor
This comic is worst song played on ugliest guitar.
And I love the inking in this!
Pffft alright, I’m liking this little story here. Rad Raz has been a little hit and miss during its duration, but these past few comics have been fairly spot-on.
Question, though: The skull on Razz’s desk. Who does it belong to exactly?
Ooh I can’t wait to see what happens :) lol
You know, for being an intern he isn’t learning very much, he should be hanging out with Razz, watching the unspeakable horror.
It’s time for this secondary character… to become… a hero.
Let’s go intern, let’s go *CLAP CLAP*!
I want so see the carnage!
What a great ass!
Go Raz Monster! KILL KILL!
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