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I’d tweet this if I had a tweeter. Or maybe comment on OOTS.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized old friend.) Honestly, I don’t understand Sally at all anymore. A couple of weeks ago she was dismissing not only Jar-Jar but the entire game as incredibly “childish”. Now not only is she back in the game, but – despite still dismissing Jar-Jar as “stupid” – she’s going […]

It’s Webcomic Sunday (or is it Monday?) here on Da Blog. Think of it as a makeup for the paucity of posts last week.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized stupid childish game.) I have to say, this strip caught me off-guard because I’m only used to the kiddy, making-stupid-stuff-up, “meesa” fun-loving Sally of Phantom Menace. In a sense, it’s a little odd because we haven’t seen all that much of Jar-Jar here. The last time Sally showed […]

Because contrasting opinions are the spice of life.

David Morgan-Mar wrote a reply to my recent Darths and Droids post, as I’m sure you figured would happen. It’s actually rather illuminating, so if you haven’t already, check out the comments to the original post. Yes, I’ve read today’s Order of the Stick. Post coming, probably early in the morning. Like Vaarsuvius, I’m tormented […]

State of Darths and Droids: It’s Not You, It’s… Well, It’s Both of Us

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized things that go bump in the night.) I may be leaning towards removing Darths and Droids from my RSS reader. I’ve said in the past that Darths and Droids is incredibly innovative, taking the basic concept introduced to it by DM of the Rings and building a rich, […]

Meanwhile in Irregular Webcomic, we’re slowly going through Armageddon theme by theme, I guess.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized planning.) Just when I say I’m going to move away from a small set of webcomics, Da Blog practically becomes David Morgan-Mar Central. Perhaps because Morgan-Mar has a lot of stuff going on all at once, between this and Irregular Crisis. My already-slim prediction of ending the current movie […]

It’s been too long since I reviewed THIS David Morgan-Mar webcomic!

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized heroic last words.) I promise, an actual review of an actual webcomic I haven’t properly reviewed before is coming on Tuesday. It’s hard because a lot of popular webcomics are taking the holidays off, and I’m not even getting a full week with the comic I actually intend […]

Two Darths and Droids posts a week apart? What is the world coming to?

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized self-inflicted breakdown in negotiations.)When Qui-Gon was caught saying, “Jar Jar, you’re a genius!” it spread through the Internet like wildfire, with more than a little nudging from the Comic Irregulars themselves. Regardless of whatever the circumstances of the original movie may be, I’m somewhat shocked they didn’t try it […]

Oh, Jim. The game? You just lost it. Sorry.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized snacks.) I’ve mentioned in the past that Darths and Droids has appropriated the Star Wars plot as its own, but has also instituted its own metaplot involving the players of the characters. I’ve also suggested that the introduction of Annie suggested that the epic plot of Star Wars […]

More from one of the most innovative comics on the Internet in a post that’s a retype of a post I lost, so it may be shorter than it would have been.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized sunset.) What little name I have I owe to Darths and Droids (and David Morgan-Mar in general), so perhaps I owe it to that strip to take another look at it. I mentioned in my two previous reviews of Darths and Droids that the Comic Irregulars were willing […]

No, this isn’t because David Morgan-Mar always comments whenever I post about one of his strips.

(From Darths and Droids. Click for full-sized pawns.) I’ve talked before about Darths and Droids, and on both those occasions I mentioned that I found it a superior strip to the one that inspired it, DM of the Rings. But I don’t think I’ve done the distinction between the two justice. You know how sometimes, […]