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I stumbled on this today and figured if no one saw this before they might be interested. At the very least the guy has a lot of well-preserved LEGO sets.http://spacethecomic.com/
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Seen it before, but the guy hasn't posted a new comic since febuary. He's had haituses before, but none this long that I can remember. Also, there's some great examples of DSM heroic feats in here perfect for inspiration.
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All you have to do is flatten his head.
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Finally caught up with the comic, it's entertaining. I'm really jelly how nice of a collection he has.
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I wish he'd update more... or at all. Hasn't posted a new one in over a year.
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Zahru II wrote:Finally caught up with the comic, it's entertaining. I'm really jelly how nice of a collection he has.
Indeed. I find it funny how his comics seem to be set in the time frame of the ancient DSMs, ahah.
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