The joke is that this comic could not possibly have taken three months to make. It seemed a lot funnier when I was drawing it!
For some more words on Chronillogical’s return, read this blog post, won’t you?
HA! So I was right about what Milo had invented! *victory pose*
I did just realise, however, that this comic bears some resemblances to the UK TV comedy ‘The IT Crowd’. well, only because two of the main character’s names are Jen and Roy, and they work with computers.
That sounds a lot more accusing now that I’ve re-read it….
Where’d the colour go???
Oh well, at least it an interesting continuation to the story.
BTW, will you be having regular updates again? (pleasesayyespleasesayyes)
John Reply:March 1st, 2011 at 4:15 pm
That is the goal! It is something that we are trying to Make Happen Again.
OMG! The plot thickened for so long that the mold broke! Don’t mind me, I’m still in traumatic shock…
May as well speculate. If they were zapped to random points in time, there’s no telling where they each might end up, past or future. Milo’s point-and-shoot time ray is almost too simple: if it *were* properly calibrated, how did he intend for people to return to the present? Perhaps the time displacement would have been temporary, eventually wearing off? Otherwise, they have to hope that they (at least one of them) were sent to where a time machine already exists, or that someone will come along and retrieve them.
And poor Cassandra! She was having a hard enough time adjusting to the 21st century–how will she fare in another time, without any friends to help her?
Pomp Reply:March 30th, 2011 at 11:50 am
I think, what with the random-point-zapping-ness-factor, there is a chance, HOWEVER SMALL that one of them has been sent back only a short time, E.G. long enough to stop Donly from doing it. I know it’s a paradox, but who cares? Also, if time is infinite, My guess is that they would almost certainly be sent to a time when either the earth didn’t exist, or the earth has been destroyed, unless there’s some kind of limit to the time-zappy-ness of the gun.
I give up. Not checking anymore. It was great while it lasted, guys.
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