90’s video games had really thick plastic shells, I’d say go with the thermite.
It’s funny seeing an elder god be such a troll.
I like how Riley gets used to Harvey – after the rough start
And Harvey…Why burn all the stuff, dont you have some other connections to darker places to put all the things
‘Darker connections’ would mean Gamestop.
I see a bit of a dialogue error there. “Can clean up the storage room”? Just a bit of an error I just happen to glance. And you don’t necessarily need gasoline just to burn the storage room. You’re at an electronics/game store!
Looks like the Timmeister fixed it
Not on the webcomics app.
Why do I always get a niggling feeling like Harvey is some form of reincarnated Bunbun from Sluggy Freelance?
Or Mister Bun from A Better Place?
At least he isn’t Rabs from Legacy-Control.
Love Riley’s expressions in the last three panels.
Looking straight-on at Riley’s face, you have the “Dachshund” look down very well!
She said “clean up”, Harvey, not “clear up”!
The awkwardness after Riley told Harvey to not talk to *anyone*
Harvey must really hate bugs…
To a note, old Atari games can withstand a wood or fuel fire. we found this out the hard way when my uncles shed burned down. that Atari and all his games survived well except pac man, and a few counterfit ones he bought later in life.
seriously not actually recomending this but trial by fire is a good way to tell if an old game is legit or not just by if it survives or not. cheep knock offs go up in flames the originals seem to put the **** fire out.
I mean this may be good advise but I don’t think anyone will try burning their old precious games just to see if their legit xD
Riley has to deal with kids of all ages – even 100+ years old kids. Is Harvey as old as the house or younger/older?
Harvey I think, lived at the house after it was built, so I’d say he is older
Harvey is so freakily cute in this strip
Not easy to deal with an elder god , Riley ; isn’t it ? ^_^”