FEB
27
MYTH INFORMATION
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Ah, the power of radio. As a former DJ, I can tell you it sometimes happens exactly this way. Well, without the Green Demon, usually.

And what is Chromamania, you may ask? Well, it’s an intercomical department store, based on the hit series (in some worlds) “Princess Chroma.” Here’s a look inside.
Anywho, it looks like Nelson may have saved their bacon. You’ll have to tune in next week to find out the fallout. Oh, and see a few folks that we haven’t seen in quite a while.

Don’cha dare touch that dial!

 

UPDATE! Hey, I made a comic for October 20th! Check it out! It’s got your number one, all-time favorite character in it (according to her).

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By: Hipopotamo
mar
6

I see that the salespeople at Masseyburg’s Chromamania also have to be in character. Those poor people…

By: Tru
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Tru
mar
3

This, right here, might be one of the most insightful comments I’ve ever read.

By: Storel
mar
2

“This is another fine myth you’ve gotten us into!”

By: Pops
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Pops
mar
1

I think Reade may be channeling Olive Oyl.

By: Hjels
mar
1

Ah, War of the Worlds. Is there any problem you can’t solve? Love Reade’s accent, by the way.

By: Charlie
mar
1

Because your imagination has an unlimited special effects budget!

By: Charlie
mar
1

Oh, when you need a heapin’ helpin’ of bs, you go to the experts.

By: Delta-v
feb
28

That’s how the old radio dramas used to be. All descriptive phrases and sound effects. Modern cinema and video requires CGI and other special effects to approximate the same entertainment as radio used to provide with sound alone. ^^

By: Tru
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Tru
feb
27

“Fake News, I tell ya! FAKE!”

Ah, this page made me laugh out loud. They do think quick on their feet. Caliban giggling makes me smile. 😀

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