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Convention Of Fanatic Generation 46/59

Convention Of Fanatic Generation 46/59 published on 2 Comments on Convention Of Fanatic Generation 46/59

Anderson: My brother animals, you owe much to God, & must always & in every place give praise to Him…

All right, who turned out the lights?


by Saeldess on Fri Sep 29, 2006 3:49 am

Is it just me or is the cat head in the little pretty brown square sporting a cresent moon on its side?

Oh I’ve been reading since the third month you’ve been doing the comic ^^
And it still is one of the funniest and best drawn/written Helssing things I have ever found ^^

by SailorPtah on Fri Sep 29, 2006 4:43 am

It’s not just you ^_^

All four little squares are references – two Sailor Moon, two Colbert Report. The two on the right are Luna-P and Phobos/Deimos (one of Sailor Mars’ crows); the two on the left are Stephen Jr. (follow his progress at the interactive “track an eagle” feature) and a godless killing machine =)

by Chaos Priest on Fri Sep 29, 2006 5:29 pm

In regards to this comic, I love Yumiko’s reaction to the kids. I’d hate to see how she would react to the force of a massive cute assault, rather than that little jab. It wouldn’t be pretty.

OK, so the reaction would probably be cute and pretty, but it would likely have long lasting consequences on her.

Also, I believe that Heinkel is mistaken in this one. The teenage years seem like the normal time for overly cynical and pessimistic behavior to me. I could be wrong, but I don’t believe I’ve ever met a 40 year old Emo.

SailorPtah wrote:
What is the Shocking Twist that will interrupt the masquerade?

Sadly it appears I am too late to guess what interrupts the masquerade, but I can still take a wild stab in the dark at the cause. It’s a sudden random vampire attack, which will cause the children to be traumatized by both the unnatural creature trying to eat them, and by Anderson’s transformation into a violent maniac at the sight of the living dead.

That or it’s just a blown fuse or something. I’ve never been very good at guessing.

by SailorPtah on Sat Sep 30, 2006 7:18 am

Unfortunately, Enrico’s sorta been scarred with that attitude for life. But you’re right – sixteen is plenty old enough to be a cynic. Unless you’re Yumiko ^_^

A blown fuse? That would be a horrible anticlimax. But it’s not a random vampire either; it’s slightly more relevant than that ^_~

Postby Gunpowder on Sat Sep 30, 2006 10:55 pm

The hotel made a scheduling mistake and double-booked Cathoilcon with Protestan Pow Wow on the same weekend.
How this explains the power outage I have no idea.

by SailorPtah on Sun Oct 01, 2006 2:24 pm

*cracks up*

Do you know, I think that’s funnier than what I actually did.

Unfortunately, it’s being held in a giant church rather than a hotel, so it would only host Catholic events.

(What would a Protestant con be named? I can see Islamicon. Maybe Luthercon?)

by Gunpowder on Sun Oct 01, 2006 9:34 pm

The Protestant Convention, since unknown to most theologians Martin Luther had more grievances then those posted on the church doors, among the edited ones was against the Church practice of sticking abbreviations of words to the end of other words, which he believed ‘such unions of grammatical nature to be unnatural.’

And survey says, “It’s a huge freaking wolf.” And it isn’t Alucard since this one only has one pair of unglowy eyes.
Two questions are also brought to mind:
Why does Alex have a lighter, surely he wouldn’t smoke, can’t stab vampires if you are huffing and puffing.
and more pressing, When did he gain his regenerating powers, since that fact may prove to be important shortly.

by SailorPtah on Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:43 am

HA. I may have to write about this now =D

And, okay, spoilery answers to the questions: He kept the lighter in the same place he keeps the bayonets, and yes, he can regenerate at this point. But none of the kids can, nor can anyone in the (very large) audience ^_~

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