Good evening owls and robofuckers,I think we're here
>>121087286Oh right, the terrordromes plot
Hey, I have a tangential question. When did Hasbro stop having Larry Hama write the vintage file cards? I find it hard to believe he was still doing it in 1993, pic related.
>>121087286I've scrolled through six of the eight Amazing Heroes swimsuit issues, and can report:>Only one LoSH related one (the Subs)>One Ice, three or four Fire's>Punisher has a tiny dick, which is why he is so angry all the time
>>121087286Hello, Storyteller. To be fair, the sewer has a pretty great BGM.
>>121087375OH SHIT CRANKY, YOU'RE DOING IT????
>>121087424Cover Girl mit tank
>>121087375Time for cranky to get on the wild ride with us
I just don't understand why these are called "JSA storytimes."
>>121087463Tex, I am stupidly excited that Cranky is going to be one of us
>>121087424Yep. Not like I got anything better to do. About five hours in, enjoying it so far. I was not expecting a tactics style combat system, but I'm digging it. And yeah, Estelle is great. She's kinda Lina Inverse esque in that she's like a shonen protagonist who isn't an annoying douchebag who the plot gives special treatement. Like, her flaws are actually treated like flaws instead of "quirky" behavior.
People are pointing out Byrne isn’t getting a WandaVision credit and I’m screaming how that’s good actuallyI was looking forward to having some days off to catch up on comics but work has a vibe that it’s about to get bad (shift leads keep taking their shifts off??)>>121087364I downloaded one that had a Stan drawn Usagi at the beach I enjoyed
>>121087364oh also regarding furries, each special had at least ten pages of animals in bikinis, or being topless.>>121087532started off with JSA eight years ago and continued on after that was done. So now it's "Just Storytiming Anything"
>>121087330I think when the line dies around 1994.
>>121087532Started as OP posting some Justice Society-tangential comics, evolved into a full on regular JSA runthrough, then just kept going from there but kept the name. >>121087570He's really going to love Schera, probably Tio_ too
>>121087578You will also love Schera, who is a champion drinker of all timeLet us know when you meet the blond minstrel
>>121087364>>Punisher has a tiny dick, which is why he is so angry all the timeThat tracks for an NRA Idol and Gun cultist.
>>121087375>>121087424>>121087463>>121087570>>121087578I'm a filthy console pleb. How does one get into this series without a gaming PC?>>121087532>>121087549I've been here since we read Ellisbolts, and I still don't know why.
>>121087447A tank driven by a hockey goon so violent he got kicked out of the sport.
>>121087677So you're in luck in that Sky/Zero will run on a literal potato, because no console port to the West for any of them
>>121087717Then for Cold Steel uhhhh 1/2 for Switch maybe also for PS? 3/4 also for/coming to Switch, but shitty framerates in big dungeons, superior on PS4/PC
>>121087630>>121087646Oh, she's been in like three scenes so far and yes, I am already on the Schera hype train. You know me so well. The only thing I'm kinda iffy on so far storywise is the Estelle/Joshua shipping vibe. That can stop.
>>121087447And we've got the toy du jour.Backstop is the Canadian rep. Former hockey player. The thing actually does have a dead eye sticker on it.
>>121087762Okay, gonna be honest here, Cranky: it's kind of weird but this is literally the ONE time this trope works, seriously. Even for me, and you know I'm picky.
>>121087716That sounds more like a Cobra guy.
>>121087802ALSO CALLING CROPFRIEND TO PREVIOUS PAGE
>>121087717Does anyone want to do it? I'll get it in about 4 hours if no one else will.
>>121087760>shitty framerates in big dungeons, superior on PS4/PCI'm half blind anyway, so as long as it doesn't literally turn into a sideshow, I'm fine.Seriously, I played half of P5 on remote play with my Vita, that's how little I care.
>>121087830Then yeah, once you get past Sky FC/SC/3rd, Zero/Azure--all of which are PC only--you can go to Switch for Cold Steel
>>121087806Nah. Goons are Enforcers. They protecc. Probably good GI Joe recruited him first tho.
>>121087677Trails in the Sky 1-3 will run on a toaster. Zero/Azure too but you have to rely on a fan-translation for those, though the translations are top notch.The Cold Steel games IIRC are all on PS4 and possibly Switch in the future. Any day now the Sky games will be on Switch! Any day now!>>121087762I know how you feel because I thought the same thing at first, but trust me, it ends up being very justified>>1210878161/2
>>121087858Also yes, Zero/Azure are fantranslated (Azure coming soon) but they're absolutely professional quality, and they're essential to getting the full series experienceWe keep holding out hope Falcom will just license the fanversion because they've literally done it before, with some Ys games
>>121087760>Fred VII didn't do the researchThis is why Baroness is your secret boss, Fred. >>121087802... We may end up disagreeing on this point. I'm an adoptee myself. But we'll see.
>>121087927I think the backstory for Joshua in particular helps a lot with it, no spoil
>>121087717>>121087760>>121087858>>121087865>>121087909I suppose I shouldn't have specified "gaming" PC.
>>121087883>filenameYep. Fuck a whole bag of that shit. >>121087945I mean, they've already hinted that there's something going on there, with the whole "broken" thing.
>>121088021I mean the game was made for Windows XP so we're not lying when we say toaster/potatoYour only other option is PSP which some now outdated localization choices in terms of names
>>121088096I will buy an owl a shitty cheap laptop to play these god-tier games on
>>121087802>>121087816These guys are BATLLEFORCE 2000, a subteam of vehicle drivers who can turn their vehicles into a small base.
>>121087802BATTLE FORCE 2000!They're slightly futuristic!
>>121088093 I don't own a computer since my laptop broke last year.
The thing about Trails that immediately appeals to me is the premise of the Bracer Guild. I am a fucking sucker for adventuring guilds, a bunch of totally-not-mercenaries just doing fucking sidequests for a living is just a good time.
>>121087945HISS number 666, huh?
>>121088129>>121088146>>121088168>BATTLEFORCE 2000Why was the thousand number for maximum coolness such a common thing?
>>121088238It was the whole IN THE YEAR 2000! thing, among others
>>121088170That's sad, anon, and another reason they need to re-release these games in the West. They've been ported several times in Japan, the console versions are just waiting around for someone to release them.>>121088186It definitely gets fleshed out a lot over the course of the games, too. What's really enticing for me is how detailed the history and politics of the world become and how concepts established in the first game are still relevant, so far six games in and more to go.I looked at the official map of the country Cold Steel is set in and already knowing a lot of the history of the country established in the other games, my brain instantly went into Europa/Crusaders Kings mode imagining how everything played out.
>>121088250Ah, millennium hype, of course. Also, the toy shilling never stops being hilarious. Look at that fucking thing.
>>121088301The deep lore hasn't been delved into too much yet, but you can kinda feel it. The opening exposition and the fact there's an in-universe newsletter are already doing a fair amount to make this world feel lived in. Also, am I just seeing things, or is there some weird gender politics stuff going on? Cause it keeps coming up. I'm getting Zeta Gundam flashbacks here.
>>121088379Issue 69....nice>>121088406in Liberl, not so much
>>121088238In the 80s, 2000 was THE FUTURE, home of the next generation super tech of tomorrow. By 2000, we would have robots, cyborgs and computers!
>>121087716Pretty sure you'd have to pull a gun on someone to get thrown out for violence in the eighties NHL. The fucking GOALIES would get in on the action back then.
>>121088428>in Liberl, not so muchCRANKY DO NOT READ There is the fact that the Duke's motivation was his feelings that women were too weak to lead
>>121088428>>121088451okay, yeah, that's true, but it's less a case in Liberl>>121088442Hexy leading his team in PIMs
>>121088430>By 2000, we would have robots, cyborgs and computers!So what you're saying is that we've been in the world's worst cyberpunk dystopia for 21 years?
5 HISS Tanks (1983)4(?) FANGsAWE-Striker (1985)Snow Cat (1985)Persuader (1987)6 different Battle Force 2000 vehiclesA Terror Drome (1986)2 Mambas (1987)Multiple Maggots (1987)4 Wolfs with another squadron on the way!Have to make sure we shill enough toys for even the richest little boys?
>>121088250That middle panel summing up the entire Terrordrome plot is very fun.Hama writes with a good satirical edge.
>>121087859Joins Cobra, becomes disgusted with all the shit they do, joins GI Joe. Not officially; they just can't get him to fucking leave.
>>121088428Destro glow up! IG Destro is my jam.
rip in peace daft punk. now to go relisten to the tron legacy soundtrack
>>121087816I like these guys, they're rambunctious.
>>121088428>in Liberl, not so muchAh, so the Empire then. Got it. >>121088451Yeah, I don't care about spoilers. Don't worry about it.
>>121088563Erebonia is wonderful and complex but you're more than a few games off from it, so don't worryAlso we won't spoil you because *incoherent shrieking* is much of the joy of Trails
>>121088585again, keep an eye out for a blond minstrel and a very, very aggrieved guy in a uniform :)
>>121088563I don't usually care about spoilers but these plots are very full of twists and turns which is a big part of the fun
>>121088524Sadly the only Cobra deserted to join Joe is Mercer, who doesn't really ever show up in the comics. (He does get a second figure eventually)
>>121088585I'm actually looking forward to what I suspect is solid political drama. The opening expository text alone promised some intrigue. >>121088515Speaking of political drama. This comic just revels in it, and it's all the better for not sugarcoating it like those COWARDS bringing back Six Days in Fallujah.
>>121088515Oh, hey OP.This is the first mention of the brilliantly named North American Banana Monopoly.
>>121088238>>121088250>>121088302It's actually been that way for about 2000 years. See Roman Leigions.>>121088302Hama usually manages a good balance, but with so many fucking vehicles to promote at once, he's straining. Still doing a good job.
>>121088704Wow. Fucking destroyed. Also, no, it really isn't much more complicated than that. That's pretty much exactly why a lot of other countries hate the US. Kinda hard to blame them, honestly.
>>121088168https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_kcizKsJNcI thought the toys would have looked like compelte garbage, but there's some interesting shit going on here.
>>121088765God I love Vipers.Look at those tacticool idiots. Goggles AND a mirrored facemask.
>>121088907Roadblock is my hero here
>>121088585Grow up too poor to become a gourmet chef? Join the Army! You can drive a dune buggy inside a US embassy and insinuate the death penalty for flag-burning!
>>121088490Yes. Instead of pink haired chromed hotties, we have... well, the less said the better. And the google and alexa bots are weak. I don't even have ONE gun that's voice activated, and they keep trying to sell me stupid shit.I'm going to count the extra cat videos as neutral.
>>121088492I still would have traded all that garbage for ONE WHALE back in the day. Not even being greedy and wanting a USS FLAG.
Oh , another thing about Trails. FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK PINE PLANTS. >>121088940>If you're going to blow something up, you might was well blow it up!... The man said nothing there that was incorrect.
>>121088524How do you get a hockey goon to leave if he doesn't want to go?
>>121088842The real comedy comes when the counter revolutionaries the US arms decide they'd like to be the new dictatorship, without US interference.
>>121089008also Cranky you'll miss stuff, IT'S OKAY, Trails is best unspoiled don't read a guide, really
>>121089008Aw hell yeah, two wheelin' it! Let's go! >>121089072>Okay, but can we have our guns back, please? >LOLNO!
>>121089103Shades of that National Lampoon cover, LOL
>>121088987That wasn't the death penalty for flag burning, it was the death penalty for invading US soil.
>>121089169>Let us on this plane or we shoot this monkey looking old man.
>>121089103Okay. I'll keep myself clean for the playthrough. >>121089169>>121089191It's kind of amazing how Zarana showed up as late in the series as she did, but immediately fit in so well with the Dreadnoks. She's every bit of a weaselly piece of shit as the others, and it's great.
>>121089291Cranky, you're morally obligated to keep me and Tex updated, though. Because watching people play these unspoiled is one of the most enjoyable things in my life right now.
>>121089191The American Banana guy looks like he's jerking off at 55 miles per hour.
>>121089307OH SHIT IT'S GOLD BLING DESTRO!!!!!
>>121089291>It's kind of amazing how Zarana showed up as late in the series as she did, but immediately fit in so well with the DreadnoksJust wait until Road Pig shows up, the glorious lummox.
>>121089307Oh I will be more than happy to. Because I'm me though, I have to be a nitpicky little shit for a second. I'm I correct in that despite this civilization having cameras and flying airships, phones somehow aren't a thing? I know tech isn't a straight line, but nobody figured out telecoms? Okay.
>>121089321THIGH HIGH PIRATE BOOTS!A CAPE!EVEN SHINIER HEAD!A GODDAMN SWORD!
Y’all are making me wanna play these games even though I’ve committed to deep lore with Malazan
>>121089406Orbal tech is accelerating quickly so you'll see the development--"the orbal network" is pretty new as of Zero
>>1210885151988. This here is based on the post communist revolutions in Columbia, Nicaragua, ect. The anti communist assholes the US was providing "technical support" to, started moving ahead with their own ideas, including making deals against american interests. Most famous one is probably Noriega, who might make an effective appearance.
>>121089321Oh shit, Destro's gone full on evil arms dealer mode. Let's fuckin' go! >>121089329>Road Pig>look it upOh, he's THAT guy, huh? That should be fun.
Also the US backed people were doing some awful shit in Central/South America. Thanks Reagan and Poppy!
>>121089307It's interesting from my perspective since I'm only on CS1 while you're on Hajimari>>121089406They actually do have orbal telephones, I think only the military and Bracers have them at that point. It's that big box behind the Bracer Guild's counter.The spread and advancement of telecom technology is actually a key plot thread throughout the entire series.>>121089469The lore isn't like, spinoff books and wiki reading deep, which is what makes it so well done to me. It's very slowly instilled in your head through actual gameplay/story/NPCs.
>>121089469give in, they're far more gratifying than MalazanWild Bill is fucking awesome>>121089494There's no youtube of musical satirist Mark Russell doing "Get me to the church on time", alas
>>121089518I'm not on Haji yet, I'm trying to dodge spoilers, but I did finish CS4 :(
>>121089536Yeah by "on" I meant like, that's the point you're at. I forgot that some US fans already got the story through streams.
>>121089072That's only the prelude. It's when the counter revolutionary dictatorship decides it's time to get back at ANOTHER country the US armed with the full hasbro gift set that you get real comedy.
>>121089491>>121089518>technology advances over the course of the story>and it's an important plot pointI'm already five hours in, you ain't gotta sell it to me anymore! Real talk though, that rules. It's like how one of the things to look forward to in any Gundam series is all the ridiculous bullshit the Feds and the Zekes will pull out their asses. >orbal networkIf that turns out to be magic internet, I will squeal in delight.
>>121089563There's apparently a spreadsheet overlay and BY AIDIOS I am tempted but no, I want it in actual qualityI'm turning all of our sigil power onto this, you guys realize
>>121089638it is 100% Magic Internet and in one game you can minigame Puyo-Puyo your friends.
>>121089315You can't get hired as a bananna man unless you can work a bananna.
>>121089321>GUN MAKER>LIFE TAKER>DREAM BREAKER>EARTH SHAKER>GUN GOD, MEET YOUR AVATAR.
>>121089653>it is 100% Magic Internet and in one game you can minigame Puyo-Puyo your friends.:D >>121089522>>121089536Wild Bill ran out of fuck to give back in flight school. Goddamn.
>>121089638Absolutely similar to Gundam. And FFVII. "Rapid technological development based on a singular principle discovery" is one of my favorite scifi things.>>121089640I'm totally against spreadsheets and machine translation. There's a reason that information is being relayed to the audience through dialogue and interactivity, and that doesn't work if the player doesn't believe the dialogue. Localization is essential. You can't just feed The Odyssey into Google Translate and expect to get anything out of it, it needs a professional translation.
>>121089749Also, it has a continuing cast and I am deeply attached to their EN voices and I love them all alreadyand I'm so excited to see how they render a teased-for-two-games character in EN
>>121089516Hey, our death squads weren't as deathy as theirs. And ours have MTV.
>>121089735>Wild Bill ran out of fuck to give back in flight schoolHe was an Airborne ranger before he got chopper qualified. His fucks have been sent to Fiddler's Green.
>>121089769Cranky, this is my loving payback for our robosexuality, I gift you many waifus and husbandos
>>121089522I'm a little suprised they never made an AC130 Gi joe toy. The cargo plane with the A-10 rotary cannon shooting out the sides like a pirate ship
>>121089814The Tomahawk kinda filled that role in a smaller package.
>>121089788Supposedly Wild Bill is based on an actual dude who was an airborne ranger in combat, which means probably Korea? And was still flying a Bell in 'Nam.
>>121089749>Absolutely similar to Gundam. And FFVII. "Rapid technological development based on a singular principle discovery" is one of my favorite scifi things.Mass Effect, Storm Hawks, etc. Why is this trope so much fun? >>121089802I sent you into a hole, it's only fair. Plus, the robosexuality was its own reward, frankly.
>>121089890>>121089919>the robosexuality was its own reward, frankly.ugh, you're not wrong
>>121089857A subtle point here about the civilian leadership of the US goverment not knowing what the FUCK the black ops team is up to.
>>121089951Captain Atom was so good for that, Daddy Bush all "I'm not Ronnie, you can't get this SHIT past me"
>>121089875Theres' ALWAYS room for one more toy.
>>121089919>Why is this trope so much fun?Because in a lot of ways, it mirrors history.Chemistry leads to combustion engines, powered flight, gas weapons, superior metallurgy, etc.Atomic physics leads to bombs, reactors, GPS, cancer treatment.And it lets you come up with all kinds of fun tech ideas.
>>121089975Fair enough.Honestly, though, the big Joe jets suffered from lack of swooshability. The X-10 Phantom was huge, but not as good a toy as the smaller, less realistically scaled planes.
>>121090063Dude looks like he jacked himself to death to HAM radio porn.
>>121089951Kinda surprising this guy WANTS to know or cares. >>121089967>googleHuh. As far as I can tell, Larry Hama has never worked on Captain Atom. Missed opportunity.
>>121090089>>121090114Nate got one god-tier run and then a LOT of shit thrown his way, so he never got the chance
>>121090114>Huh. As far as I can tell, Larry Hama has never worked on Captain Atom. Missed opportunityHe was Marvel right up until he launched Ninjak and Bucky O'Hare.
>>121090150I can still sing you the Bucky O'Hare theme song from memory from original run
>>121089919>>121090041In regards to Gundam and Mass Effect, it's the idea that without a couple of limitations imposed by those pesky laws of physics as we currently understand them, a whole new world of scientific and social progress would suddenly be possible. For better and for worse, of course.The other end is the historical confluence, as anon says. It puts our own world's progress in a neat little linear perspective, and reminds us of both the good and bad things that have come through that progress.
>>121090150technically he was also doing editing work at DC during the 70's but was laid off when the Implosion happened. Secretly he had been working on Bucky, so that was good for him.
>>121090138>>121090150I think Hama's still working, right? If so, maybe Nate could have a shot at not sucking again. >>121090041>>121090188It's also just plain enjoyable narrative exercise to see how many effects one can extrapolate from a single premise.
>>121090265>I think Hama's still working, right?Yeah. IDW is letting him write a Joe book for as long he wants, essentially.
>>121090268>bottom center panelHistorical facts are a bitch, huh? Also, I love how fucking Destro kinda saved the day here. This comic is a ride and half. >>121090329Makes sense. He did kinda sorta create the franchise, and he's a good writer, and he's not an asshole as far as anyone knows. So it's just good business to let him do what he wants.
>>121090401THANKS FOR READINGBACK THURSDAYKEEP ME UPDATED, CRANKY
im sorry guys but snyder having post apocalyptic joker dressed like jesus is too stupid for me not to check out snyder jl
>>121090459NGL, it's so fucking stupid it might actually be great
>>121090459>that happens>swamp thing 88 still unfinishedAlso one of the swimsuit specials started with the news dropping of Veitch quitting
>>121090437See you in a few, OP.Man I love this run.>>121090459Snyder is having Gundark Batman fighting Jokesus? God. Its like the dumbest kinds of 90s Elseworlds.
>>121090437Thanks for posting as always, Storyteller. >KEEP ME UPDATED, CRANKYSure. I'll have gotten through a good chunk of it by thursday. It's what, 40 hours? Twilight Princess is about 48, so no big deal. >>121090459Yeah, I can't even blame you for that. That has too much so bad it's good potential. The absolute cocaine the dude must be snorting. What the fuck.
>>121090537behold, mignola Darkseid bathing
>>121090542no joker is teaming up with batman and like jesus sacrifices himself so a twink can go back and give batman a knightmare
>>121090555FFFF, you don't tweet or anything...just, okay, save up your thoughts for me. I'm serious, Cranky, you owe me this. You made me cry once.
>>121090555>>121090542>>121090537>>121090477at last I see zach snyder is actually a genius he has been playing the long game to release the biggest pile of shit ever
>>121090459The entire existence of this film is so bizarre and contrary to the rest of the superhero film industry that I'm still not convinced it's genuinely what they're selling it as and it's being made to look as ridiculous as possible to give the impression that it's a singular director's vision instead of another processed corporate turdsausage>>121090555I clocked in at 55hrs but I'm an escaped mental patient who compulsively talks to every NPC every time the story advances
>>121090598>You made me cry once. And I still feel bad about that. I'm sorry. And seriously, fuck pine plants, the rude bastards. >>121090599Honestly, what is Snyder on? Must be some great shit. Goddamn.
>>121090693It's okay, Cranky. I'm just kind of drunk now, so I'm traveling down memory lane. You crazy shits have kept me sane for a while now.
>>121090708and I'll leave with this cursed image
>>121090708I want to print this out as a flyer and put it on the windshield of every truck with a Punisher skull on it
>>121090693wait one more because of this
>>121089967There’s a scene in Ostranders Firestorm where Supes tells Reagan to fuck off and it’s great. I’m also convinced it’s a reaction to DKR
>>121090746I am intrigued by your ideas and would like to subscribe to your newsletter.
>>121090558Hot damn that Ty the Guy come hither Galactus. >Rachel Richey never delivered on her Mr Monster collection because of murderNow I'm sad.
>>121090599>>121090730this was a one two punch to my retinas and im not sure which is worse
>>121090620>it's being made to look as ridiculous as possible to give the impression that it's a singular director's vision instead of another processed corporate turdsausageThat's the secret: It's a singular director's visionary turdsausage.See: his entire resume.
>>121090459I was screaming angry about it forever but that black and white trailer set to hallelujah had me rolling. Excited now.I also saw Snyder admit that his cut was unfinished and they had to spend all this money to finish it and shit which personally felt like vindication.
>>121090708How very progressive for Marvel to reveal Frank was a transman this whole time. I mean he clearly has no dick. >>121090716>You crazy shits have kept me sane for a while now.Girl, same.
>>121090708Beautiful, truly the most apt hero of Skullcops.
>>121090799sucker punch was good
>>121090775look at this add juxtaposition
>>121090730At least its pre-Ambien, amirite
>>121090842>Green Arrow's darkest and most intense storyline ever>cute bikini catgirlSure, why not? >>121090758>Supes tells Reagan to fuck offBased Clark. Fucik Ronald Reagan.
the text says that they are staring at Fire, but that's quite the man-titty grab
>this many reaction images in a storytime thread
>>121091013Hey. Go back to your dead threads with zero damn interaction.
>>121091013OP never storytimes anything to image limit, asked for crops here >>121087816and won't be continuing until Thursday
>>121090953All of their poses are insane
>>121090268El Jeffe is a student of history!>We have as much integrity as we can afford.>>121090410>Also, I love how fucking Destro kinda saved the day here.He cut a deal.>>121090265>>121090329Rumormill, which should always be treated skeptically is that IDW brass wanted to fire hama, and replace him with Aubrey Stitterson. The guy who hates the the US military. Of course when Stitterson blew his own ass up, and IDW had failure after failure, Hama was the last man standing. It's not like there's many competent writers who know a damm thing about the millitary, or GI joe for that matter.
We may be going to war relatively soon, so we might need this.
>>121089062Beer, Brats, or a Referee.
>>121088842>Also, no, it really isn't much more complicated than that.It is, but the complication NEVER makes the US look better. Seriously, nobody even brought up the Cocaine Intelligence Agency.
>>121090746I kinda want it as a patch.
>>121091817Don't be hyperbolic anon. While the US never looks better from the complication, sometimes the complication is that there's even worse motherfuckers in the field to deal with.
>https://twitter.com/daveweigel/status/1364049351778181122Unironically though. Our boy Tenzil would be a breath of fresh air in this nightmare edgefest.
>>121091995it better actually be armie hammer green lantern to cap of that disaster
>>121088250Don't ask. Don't tell.
>>121090268I got all the 1988 and '88 Iron Grenadiers, except the Razorback vehicle, when I was 5-6 years old.There's a lot of cognitive dissonance between that mix of Science Fiction and Conquistador designs and Hama introducing them as Destro and Friend flying around cutting realistic deals in Reagan-era LatAm.
>>121092615I mean just look at this: they look like they belong in something like DUNE.
>>121091817Hey I mentioned Bush Sr
>>121087620>>121087630>>121087677Thanks for clarifying.
>>121092745Including the Funpub BATs and Undertoes is cheating.
Howdy JSA anons! Haven't lurked in a while but I hope you're all doing well. How goes the Joes?
>>121094646Quite good. Recommended.
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>>121097000Ah yes, January 7th.
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