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(Jon sez:)

Your Writer: Jon Kilgannon We're back, and reputable scientists report that we're even more crazy than ever. Among other things, I would like to thank Phil Foglio for declaring us to be Beloved Arch-Rivals. We have always been at war with Eastasia, I mean, Girl Genius.

In other news, I don't know how Mark could donate an internal organ, since everyone knows that artists are actually filled with candy.

I figure this is a fair characterization, as Mark has visualized me as both a cantaloupe and a bell pepper.

Secret Message to Americans: Happy Independence Day! Secret Message to Non-Americans: The dog barks at midnight. I repeat, the dog barks at midnight. If you're caught, the Secretary will disavow all knowledge of your activities.

(Mark sez:)

Your Artist: Mark Sachs Aw... (blush) I wasn't going to go into any detail here about the reasons behind the hiatus, but that's fine. If you're curious, there's been some stuff on the LJ about it. Also some sketches of aliens from Star Control II.

Anywho, I know it's been a while, and maybe we even have some new readers who came over from Girl Genius -- hello! So I'm going to summarize the plot for you real quick:

The dangerous mad scientist, Dr. Virgil Haas, is planning a robot-oriented takeover of Venus and his plans are very close to fruition. Our heroes Benjamin Prester and Caprice Quevillion are on their way to Venus to stop him. Meanwhile on Venus, Haas's unwilling henchmen, the mafioso Rocco Dinh Diem and his "associate" Greta Vedrine, are trying to figure out a way to turn the tables on their employer. And that's it! See, this comic isn't so complicated really.

Oh, also, before I forget: new fan art from Jelle Verstraaten. Cooooooool!