Thursday, August 11, 2005

The Last Days of Foxhound

I've never really been into webcomics, and I don't know much of the backstory about the universe it's set in. But on Occultatio's recommendation, I started reading Chris Doucette's "The Last Days of Foxhound" a couple days ago. Soon enough I'd read all 200+ strips. Reading the first 18 or so will give you an idea of the characters in all their secret-agent-superantihero goofiness.

8 comments:

Rousseau said...

I guess it's all Konami all the time here, eh?

Neil Sinhababu said...

Yeah, I guess so. Check in tomorrow when I explain how Social Security privatization will make our country worse at Gradius, and how the US should change its policy towards Castlevania.

Anonymous said...

Our generals need to leave their Cold War mindset behind; the enemies of the twenty-first century do not function as monolithic national entities, and cannot be dealt with simply by throwing three fireballs and then teleporting.

--The King in Yellow

Neil Sinhababu said...

I totally agree, Warren.

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Rousseau said...

Hehe Neil, you got comment-spammed. You should be so proud.

tKiY, as always, you are awesome.

Julian Elson said...

If I were a consol gamer who played the Metal Gear Solid series, I think this would make more sense. It's still kinda fun, though.

I've heard they're fun, but I just don't own that sort of thing.

Neil Sinhababu said...

Yeah, I've never played MGS either, and I fear to add a console-gaming addiction to my blogging addiction. I generally dig this team-of-wacky-people-with-weird-powers comic thing, though, and Chris manages to cram a whole bunch of funny into each strip.

Slight fanboy crush on Sniper Wolf, too.