Aug 2017

Chapter 13: Page 2 – Harried Konstantin

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Can’t a guy participate in a secret conspiracy without everybody BOTHERING him about it all the time?!?

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  • BlackMethos

    Yeah people. Stop buggering Boris with that stuff. He’s getting you what you need, doesn’t he?
    And all he needs to do in return is to send the occasional killbot out to do some killing for that benefactor.
    I mean, seriously. What could possibly go wrong?

    • Honza Prchal

      Speaking of what could possibly go wrong … why’s there not been a John Wick joke yet? … and his little dog, too!!

  • drealm2459

    the benefactor can at some point figure out how to control the killbots and then send them after him because they don’t need him anymore.

  • Whoop, panel 3, balloon tails are pointing at the wrong people at the moment XD

  • Amberlight

    Timur’s moustache are impressive. You can tell he’s a good specialist right away!

  • Matt [in Middletown]

    Timur is hereby declared Engineer of Mustachetopia

  • Delta-v

    Apparently Konstantine hasn’t bothered to tell his friends that the supplies have already been paid for–in other people’s blood.

  • Devilish

    Baba Yaga is that witch that lives out in a house that walks on chicken legs right?

    • Amberlight

      Right. Fun story how the chicken legs thing came to be. Originally in the folk tales Baba Yaga was an envoy between the worlds of living and the dead. So she lived in a house held above ground on pillars. http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/9495/84280170.53/0_8c085_4994518f_XXL.jpg The reason for that, however, is that such houses were constructed as burial pyres for important people. So Baba Yaga lived in a grave, half alive, half dead.

      Where do the chicken legs come from? Right. Those pillars that hold the house up are called курные (kurnye) legs. Which sounds similar to куриные (kurinie) – chicken legs. So at some point of the retelling of the story kurnie became kurinie. And now Baba Yaga lives in a bio-mecha house.

  • Amberlight

    Did Konstantin’s glasses became larger?
    He looked better in sleaker ones!

  • Matt [in Middletown]

    “Dammit Jim, I’m a doctor, not an engineer!” -Doc
    “Captain, I’m an engineer, not a miracle worker.” -Timur
    “You two have watched too much Star Trek.” -Konstantin

  • Apparently everybody in town is genre-savvy but him. And yet he’s the one rolling his eyes. Hah.