Comic 361 - Go Go Godzilla!
25th Sep 2013, 9:21 PM in Some Small Fights
Go Go Godzilla!
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A reminder: Red Rippers are illegal to create or own.
User comments:
Don't fear the Ripper
Baby take my hand...
Don't fear the Ripper
We'll be able to fly...


Needs more cowbell, through..
It's pretty appropriate - she had no fear.
highlander55
Red Rippers are nasty Motherf**kers.
But handy to have around.
RazorD9
Huh, I can understand why it would be illegal. Just an idea mind you.

Daisy, you'll make one fine Guardian of Civilization.

Bellar
Look at all that civilization guarding Daisy just did! Damn well guardian-ed the civilization right out of those poor fools.
PainfulBuggery
Oh shit! He's pulling a Senator Armstrong from MGR:Revengeance!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mALkd3DG6HA&feature=player_detailpage#t=1789

"Standing here
I realize
You are just like me
Trying to make history

But who’s to judge
The right from wrong
When our guard is down
I think we’ll both agree

That violence breeds violence
But in the end it has to be this way! "
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I've never tried to play that game, let alone watch the cutscenes... but it's pretty ludicrous, now that I'm looking at it.
PainfulBuggery
Every game made by Platinum Games is the very definition of 'CUH-RAZY!' Everything is over-hyped, out of control, and wonderful to play. Wonderful 101 is their latest game and I'm having fun controlling, all at the same time, a team of 100 Saturday morning cartoon heroes to fight against a alien invasion.

So yeah, they're pretty fun.
araconid
Ah...ahhh... ACHOO
Ill admit, I didn't look very closely until just now. I thought daisy was charging through them, not unleashing the force of a small nuke on them.
...should never be owned, except in a particular sort of sense that has its own rules for safety and the well-being of all participants. And tends to include lots of leather clothing, for some reason.
merle
Intelligent beings should never be owned, except in a particular sort of sense that has its own rules for safety and the well-being of all participants. And tends to include lots of leather clothing, for some reason.