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Evil Plan

Updating since 2007, Evil Plan follows supervillain Dr. Kinesis on his road to world conquest. Along the way, he'll have to deal with a troublesome AI, his unwilling friendship with passionate black-market dealers, and the possibility of romance with his second-in-command. And there's a superhero trying to muck up his plans. Can't forget that guy.

With all this going on, Evil Plan is a comic for people who want to see the bad guy win. If he doesn't blow himself up first.

Current Chapter: 18- TIME FOR A SUPER-POWERED BRAWL IN THE- grocery store? Wait, really? Are they really..?
...okay.

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Lineart & Writing: Alexis Royce
Colors: Megan Johnston
Nosy Wife who is listed because she likes comment emails: ChibiSilverWings
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Evil Plan

Updating since 2007, Evil Plan follows supervillain Dr. Kinesis on his road to world conquest. Along the way, he'll have to deal with a troublesome AI, his unwilling friendship with passionate black-market dealers, and the possibility of romance with his second-in-command. And there's a superhero trying to muck up his plans. Can't forget that guy.

With all this going on, Evil Plan is a comic for people who want to see the bad guy win. If he doesn't blow himself up first.

Current Chapter: 18- TIME FOR A SUPER-POWERED BRAWL IN THE- grocery store? Wait, really? Are they really..?
...okay.

Updates Sundays
Lineart & Writing: Alexis Royce
Colors: Megan Johnston
Nosy Wife who is listed because she likes comment emails: ChibiSilverWings

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"So, uh, lets call it a draw? *bad poker face*"
But in all seriousness, I always loved the "brute force vs creativity" type of situations.
Edit: also, props to Kevin for holding up. Right now he must be in a LOT of pain.
Yeah, I think I finally understand what Kinny is doing.
Kinny is pushed into a corner and exploded. If Kevin were to go onto strictly the defensive, he would be able to actually talk to Kinny. Kinny is just raging and is going to burn himself out. If Kevin had feigned ignorance for a minute longer, then there may have been an immediate peaceful outcome. As it is, there is little hope of solving the problem.
But maybe.
Maybe someday.
Because someone's going to win as an evil overlord eventually, possibly even using my tech, so I might as well do the job.

Also it's rather fun when things go smoothly.


Sound about right?
When a man is pushed into a corner, that man pushes back. If you want Kinesis to stop pushing you, you need to stop pushing him.
@Hydra: I wish they could sit down and talk this out. Kevin's pretty much the only Company member who would have a sympathetic ear.
I'm wondering how Kevin would react if Kinny did tell him the reasons he became a villain. I definitely feel he'd be taken aback if he was told that Kinny's doing this so he can before someone else can.
Frankly, Kinny has lost the rights to anything really...
He has gone from "nobly attempting to fix a corroded system" to "almost a lunatic who will willingly watch the world burn, including the parts that are in good shape".
The interactions K&K are currently having are not necessarily inappropriate, but seem to be going in a drastically differently direction than I would have expected.
@Kaelnoran: No worries, I get this question a lot. There's a number of reasons they haven't just taken the chip out of Kevin:

1. It would break the upgrade. Remember that the plans for it got lost? If Kinesis ever wants to upgrade his TK, he needs the chip unharmed. It's possible that he could redesign it, but it's the last thing he and Will worked on. And if you hadn't noticed, he's a little hung up on trying to preserve memories and the existence of his old partner.

2. Even if they didn't mind damaging the chip, getting deeply violent like that isn't in everyone's nature. Alice did try to kill Kevin, but she wasn't about to start disfiguring his corpse. There's a big difference between the stomach that's able to shoot or push a man off a ledge, and a person who can dispassionately mutilate a man's skull. If Alice had been ordered to do it, even if she tried, her hands would've shook too much. Stress reaction. Adrenaline kicks in. The brain starts to dissociate, and everything feels dreamlike.
Kinesis is also making mistakes here and risking damaging the chip because he's scared. He's never been in a combat situation before. And it's all well and good to assume you can keep a clear head, but when push comes to shove, logic becomes a little fuzzy.

3. I also try to keep Evil Plan around a PG13-ish rating. Something like botched surgery or a scary death might show up in EP, but I don't want to get too gory. Nothing personal against gore, it just has a time and a place. (A place like Sire, or the visual novel I'll be putting out in a couple weeks.
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Perhaps too dark
Strange question, but Kinesis knows about the implant in the kid, and that implant is definitely within the weight limit. While it does have an extendable spike, I think it's pretty clear Kinesis is less than worried about damaging his...is it appropriate to say rival at this point? Anyway, what stops him from just telekinetically ripping the implant out of his enemy?
@Merrsharr: He's doing his best. :)
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He's surprisingly calm and rational, reaching for the blanket with his powers
@stkbayfield: Heh heh. Do you think you could edit your comment and use a url shortener? Long words break the mobile site a little, and I still haven't found the right coding to make them wrap in the comments section. Thanks man!
Ah yes, Kinesis. Setting a young man on fire is a great way to ensure they behave in a calm, rational manner.

Coloring by Megan this week! I apologize for the page being late; I've had more commission work than usual in the past week! It's a good problem to have, I'm just getting a crash course in better time management.
If you want to play that game, then Kevin started it when he picked up the Beta Chip. Or alternatively, the minion who threw it away did.
Still though, it did seem like Kinny was initially considering a peaceful action but then is just mocking Kevin's hypocrisy at this point.
Kevin didn't start the fighting. Kinesis did when he sent armed minions at the bank. And then Alice tried to kill Kevin. It's stupid that he's still trying to not kill Kinesis. He has every right to assume that they'd kill him on sight.
You are well past the point of niceties when the "good guy" is the once that incites the violence. Get it straight Kevin.
Now I have to change my mental voice for him, I always though computer was a girl for some reason.
@Broken Gear
100% agree with this. Kinny was trying to get away and tripped over Kevin. Then Kev jumped at him and started to throttle him prior to the threat of the glass shards.

Also, this tends to make me wonder how far forward Kinny's calculations truly are. Was the oil happenstance and initially a slip attempt, or was it to set up the natural fear and panic sensations that fires cause in humans? Either way, kudos.
@Merrsharr: towards the start :) http://evilplan.thewebcomic.com/comics/2506835/chapter-18-page-9-run-away/