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(Jon sez:)

Your Writer: Jon Kilgannon I'd like to thank Steve Jackson for sending a small flood of readers our way. (It's very strange to get a glowing review from a man who publishes books you own.) Anybody who would include the Evil Geniuses for a Better Tomorrow in the Illuminati game is an honorary mad scientist in my book.

Speaking of new readers: If you're new here, might I recommend reading from the beginning? There's robots and space battles!

By the way, if you want to read Djaya's statements in the last panel as if they were spoken by Dexter from Dexter's Lab... well, that's certainly your prerogative.

(Mark sez:)

Your Artist: Mark Sachs Dee-Dee, get away from my geodynamic ray!!

If you're one of our new readers then a) welcome! and b) if you're disinclined to read through all the archives right now -- say, you're crew being rotated onto the International Space Station and launch time is T minus ten minutes -- the brief summary is that Vorstellen cop Benjamin Prester wasn't always, let us say, on the right side of the law. In this flashback we're seeing how well his bid to conquer the world worked out. Let's watch.

Also, if today's experiment looks like it was a little less of a hassle than usual to CG, that's because I am now using my brand-new Photoshop CE instead of a nearly ten-year-old and barely functional copy of Photoshop 5.0 sitting in a backup directory. Let me just say that for adding in the "relative" option to the Image Size dialog and making the save-with-lowercase-file-extensions feature actually work, I will happily buy the appropriate Adobe engineer a beer.