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August 22nd, 2006

Old School 20

McFly escapes and his story ends, but C wants to know why he and his pals were hired in the first place.

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August 20th, 2006

Old School 19

The super weapon falls out of McFly’s pocket and into the ravine. The robos can’t cross the ravine due to the anti-robo barrier (duh!). They can’t follow McFly, but McFly can’t get to the weapon. A couple Blue Circle (that’s a country…some other countries: Red Square, Green Triangle and Yellow Star) soldiers show up, so McFly decides to cut his losses and get the frick out of dodge.

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August 15th, 2006

Old School 18


McFly is on the run, chopping robos and jumping ravines.

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August 13th, 2006

Old School 17


McFly knocks out the old dude and steals the weapon. The robos are on to him now, so he uses a few ninja tricks to escape.

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August 8th, 2006

Old School 16


While the robos are pursuing the Green Triangle soldiers, McFly uses some ninja magic to float to the castle in the sky.

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August 6th, 2006

Old School 15

After using a couple Green Triangle soldiers as decoys, McFly sneaks into the Robot Kingdom. This is where he’ll find the item, which we now know is some kind of super weapon.

The giant shuriken on McFly’s back in the second panel was a bitch to draw.

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August 2nd, 2006

Old School 14

If you’re having trouble following, McFly is explaining what the mysterious item is. As a masta thief, he was hired to steal it.

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July 30th, 2006

Old School 13

Number 13…spooky!

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July 25th, 2006

Old School 12

The base is under attack!

But you probably already knew that.

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July 23rd, 2006

Old School 11



At the end of each chapter, I drew two pages about “The Wacky Adventures of Sergeant Bob”. That’s what you’re seeing now. These little diversions from the main storyline were meant to give an idea of what was going on world-wise, separate from the primary playas. Or maybe I just made up a bunch of characters and wanted to crowbar them in.

There was dialogue, but it was hard to read in most cases because I never got around to drawing the speech balloons and I never will. dialogue layer off. Just use that beautiful imagination of yours, Muppet Baby Style.

Have fun!

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