Yey, something bad’s going to happen :P lol
Wow, this comic really works a lot better with Raz as a periphery character.
I don’t necessarily disagree. All the longer storylines I’ve done are really about Wally, although I have a couple RAZ-centric longer stories in mind.
Awesome, but tread carefully. Raz is a fantastic character, but his position of comfort can make him dull to root for. Will that opposing Raz-like CEO ever get a sporting chance, I wonder . . .
Wally FTW! Good thing you didn’t kill him off when you ahd it planned.
This whole Lisa thing is getting pretty creepy BTW. Not that’s a bad thing.
I love it. Will he buy Lisa a ticket for the movie? Find out next time on the adventures of Wally the Intern!
you can take a human skull to the movies, you don’t have to pay to get her in.
…or was that fish heads?
there’s are just so many different kinds of heads, it’s hard to keep them all straight sometimes.
I suggest that one of our intrepid readers test it out (bringing a human skull to the movies) and report back on what happens.
I actually agree with Revereche. Raz is a pretty static character and it’s really hard to see ever turning into a dynamic one. How his actions effect the dynamic charcters around him, however…
I’d kind of equate it Mr. Krabs, or the green bunny guy from CatDog.
I basically agree with that. RAZ, due to his more or less absolute power, is pretty static. He’s basically a given force of nature in this universe, but his presence affects and shapes everyone and everything in his path – which so far is usually Wally. Now and then he should run into another powerful force that gives him a bit of a challenge, though, and I have one in mind for a longer story down the road…
Ooh, the Boz Co. guy?! I really liked his design and, though he does seem a bit… incompetent, from what I remember, the actual threat of being overthrown would be a nice kick in the pants to start off a new Raz arc!
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