Decisions, decisions

It's how many panels?!

Wednesday, May 14, 2003 | 07:49 AM | by
Yeah, you'll notice that today's strip is freakishly long. I couldn't help it. The three day a week update schedule puts certain limitations on what I can cram in to story certain story arcs.

There is supposed to be an advanced screening of The Matrix: Reloaded around here tonite, which I am definitely planning on seeing. I'll drive over there with a shovel in my trunk and swink my way into the theater if I have to. I would recommend that you all do the same. Except if you see me and my shovel, stand clear. I wouldn't want to be accused of bludgeoning my own fans.

Also, we've starting a gaming clan based off of the site, so readers of the comic can organize and meet up in online games. Head on over to the forum to find out more information. Eventually I'd like to see us organizing tournaments, but right now we're still seeing what games everyone plays in common.

Also, don't forget about the chat room. You can connect through XNet on mIRC or through the java applet in the menu to your left.

Well crap...

Thursday, May 15, 2003 | 02:26 AM | by
I just got back from seeing The Matrix: Reloaded. All I can say is.... meh.

I'll sleep on it, but I wasn't exactly thrilled.

The Matrix: Reloaded.

Thursday, May 15, 2003 | 04:34 AM | by Rastin
Well, I don't know what Absath is talking about. That movie ruled.


Thursday, May 15, 2003 | 03:36 PM | by
It's official. I didn't like The Matrix: Reloaded. I loved the fight scenes and special effects. They were very entertaining. I loved the story, they had some great ideas and great twists. I very much did not like the two in the same movie. At least not the way it was filmed. The fighting scenes seemed tacked on and saturated, while the story seemed crammed into a couple of drawn out conversations. Yuck.

I'll just go buy Equilibrium on DVD, and try to erase the memories of Reloaded.