Guerra de futbol – Chap. 6, Act 4, Strip 28

While Mopey’s busy tracking down those explosions, the kaiju has once again passed the great command responsibility divide by touching down again – aerobatics of these kinds gotta be exhausting, after all.

After the defeat of the tanks they sent earlier, the ground forces will now have to realize that res ad triarios rediit – they’ll have to fall back on their last and best reserves. Fortunately, armed forces in popular fiction tend to always have any number of top-secret, highly advanced prototypes at hand and ready to go at a moment’s notice. The writers don’t yet seem to have noticed the recent tendency for new weapon systems to become combat-ready about a decade after their introduction to service, rather than at any point ahead of it.

Unfortunately, it seems the JSDF’s researchers seem to have selected the very same starting point as the Professor did for one of his strains of thought, and have arrived at a similar result: a fully developed and serviceable Kugelpanzer. Which is, lamentably, still quite spherical.

Even more unfortunately, Snuka didn’t skip any of the games that were available at that arcade in Cairo. Just because he isn’t really into sports doesn’t mean that he’d religiously avoid sports games, if there’s nothing better to play around at some moment.

Speaking of skipping, I’m not going to depict the actual outcome of this combination…it’s very easy to deduct from the known facts, and I’m against showing unnecessary cruelty of this magnitude. >_>

More on Thurs…uh, Monday!





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