Comic for March 13th, 2015
March 13th, 2015

TARDIS, Neffridium Bomb

All part of the plan. It would have been nice if I could have waited till this came out, but I already had things planned out.

I sort of foreshadowed this yesterday, for those of you who follow me on instagram, twitter, facebook, and flickr.  I’m trying to do more with social media, follow if you use those sorts of things.

On a sadder note, yesterday we lost another great in the world of fantasy, science fiction, and humor.  Terry Pratchett was finally taken from us by his chronic illness and we are all diminished by it.  I was not a fan of the discworld series nearly as long as I should have been, but his work was exceptional and I’m glad to have included some of it in my work before his passing.  Here’s the storyline and Terry Himself.

Discussion (10)¬

  1. Mr. Speck says:

    Huh. So is he dead then?

    • BrickVoid says:

      My best estimate would be only if the King in Yellow can’t find enough pieces of him to bring his body back to life! 😀 It’ll take a lot of that Eldritch Horror language to bring someone back from an explosion that atomizes bodies! 😀

  2. Docknock says:

    Nice tribute.

  3. BrickVoid says:

    He forgot goodguys vs. badguys rule #5, the part for the badguys: If you can’t see what your opponent is doing, RUN AWAY! 😀

  4. Mark says:

    I can’t help but hear the dialog in the first two panels in Darth Vader’s voice. And the fact that the line was almost immediately followed by an explosion only makes it worse.

  5. T.Gatto says:


    Translation: [Seeing Lego Pratchett today is a small amount of balm for my grief.

    Thanks Doc. 🙂 ]

  6. RazorD9 says:

    Guess it was a dead end, just not for our two heroes.

  7. RobertZ says:

    And now we finally see just how badass the muffin crew can be.

  8. Rogue says:

    for some reason, i read that last line first in the voice of epsilon church, then griff and lastly as agent washington.

    just seemed tofit the moment.

  9. Chris Rivan says:


    It was like being knifed.