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<   No. 1630   2007-07-14   >

Comic #1630

1 Serron: You idiots! You came back in time to rescue us and got yourselves captured - knowing what you were getting into!
2 Serron 2: Hey, don't criticise us! We're you, only older and smarter!
2 Serron: Oh yeah?!
2 Serron 2: You want a piece of me?!
3 Iki Piki: How about I criticise you, future Serron, and Serron criticises future Iki Piki?
4 Iki Piki 2: That seems reasonable, past Iki Piki.
4 Iki Piki: Thank you, future Iki Piki.
4 Serron 2: I prefer our way.

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These are actually really fun to shoot and compose in Photoshop.

And to write.

2017-10-14 Rerun commentary: If you met your future self, imagine what advice they would give you.


Now that you've imagined it, try taking that advice. :-)

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