6:40 PM on 03.04.2009
The story so far:
CyberneticTigerZ decides to push on ahead, much to Jim's objections. While they head towards the Destructor-toid they suddenly find themselves surrounded! They are attacked by a number of Red Ring Zombies, failed Xbox 360 bots that are apparently being controlled by the same villain as the Destructor-toid itself. Luckily, RetroforceGO! arrives just in the nick of time ...
This week's winning comment was from Necrozen:
Sterling is on the ground, the Red Ringer has taken him down. He is struggling with it. Sterling: "Bias my arse ... "
Right as Sterling's head is about to be popped by a Red Ringer, Dyson kicks it off and pins it down by the neck with his foot.
Dyson: "You'll never guess what I found at Goodwill ... " Sterling is geting up in the background, Dyson Blasts the Red Ringer in the head in the foreground with the superscope.
Full suggestion after the jump. As is always the case, I had to adjust the suggestion a little, I kept some key points, leaving out what I couldn't fit in. THE RULES: 1. You have 24 hours from the time this blog was posted to suggest what happens next. After that, I'll choose the winning comment and the page will then be posted the following week. 2. Try to keep it relatively SFW. 3. You can only make a suggestion once per week. 4. Your suggestion has to fit on one page.
So how are they gonna do this? Previous pages: Cover Page #1: When it rains, it pours Page #2: Enter ... THE SHARK! Page #3: The plot thickens! Page #4: Annnnnnd welcome! Page #5: Revenge of the Red Rings
Large panel. The team gathers around a glowing object that Dyson has produced from his trench coat. It is Dreamcast, that radiates with a spiraling light.
All at once:
Dyson: "I'm not entirely sure, but I get the feeling it's important. Plus it was only $40 bucks."
Topher: "There's something about it that feels ... familiar to me."
The Destructor-toid lumes ominously in the background.
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