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I'm having trouble focusing on anything besides wondering what the heck sort of TV Vengeance likes… And feeling glad I didn't end up looking at that incentive late at night…
The Incentive worked for me. I think the secret code is Cyan, Red, Yellow, and Green. I'm on an Android phone using Firefox.
I wondered if there might have been an MST3K reference in Rick & Morty, (Tom Servo and a couple friends are in the background of episode one) so I looked it up. In a strange twist, the creators of Rick & Morty are going to be guest writers for the new MST3K: mpsons-ernie-cline
Just how interesting is that hamster's death going to be for Steve to enact it personally? Poor hamster.
…Now I really want to find a time to use the phrase Deus ex Santa.
I understand, and agree with, your point, but I do feel the need to say I think a referee making a call they shouldn't is at least a little less immersion/plot breaking than inconsistencies in how technology works. Either way though, people saying it's fake so you shouldn't care is basically saying you shouldn't get emotionally involved in anything fictional, period. I disagree with that sentiment.
When it comes to Steve, it could well be an even worse sign if Death doesn't mock you.

Hey, I can do italics on here!
@Blitz: Is peppermint not the normal flavor for candy canes in your area? I've always considered peppermint to be the standard against which all other candy cane flavors are measured (and fail to come close, but I love peppermint to an unreasonable degree).
Looks like it's just known as snow Pikachu, and it started as an April fool's day announcement by Game Freak:

Now it's just one of the many Pikachu variants used mainly for marketing. Here's a list of all of them:
@nitpick: Oh, yeah it's been so long since that came up that I forgot there aren't any aliens. Though Blip's existence (as well as robots) means there could be non-human species engineered up to the ability to talk at least.
The blue one looks to be of the same species as Dr. Vanderslice (the kitten brain guy, in case I got his name wrong) which in this comic means they're likely related.

Also, smackjeeves says this page came out two days ago, which appears to be when it thinks you uploaded the file. However the comments seem to indicate yesterday evening instead. Odd.
@incentive: Alphonse cosplaying Ram Quatzi is not something I ever would have expected… Cool!
Just a bit ago I went to type itself and my finger wandered a little and I ended up typing Ichabod! I figured I should share that here. Also, does the voting incentive make anyone else think of They Might Be Giants? "C is for conifers, my kind of trees!"

I'm using sliding finger typing on an Android phone BTW.
I love the Calvin and Hobbes reference in the title! It also makes me think there has to be at least one cardboard box as part of Tabitha's creation…
And once KonoSuba is (eventually) done, it'll be my request of One Week Friends!
Even limited to mirrors, there's still the interesting case of SLR (and DSLR) cameras. They have a mirror that redirects the view from the lens up to the viewfinder that flips out of the way when you take a picture. Thus you couldn't see vampires through the viewfinder, but they would show up in the actual photo. Spooky!

Also, if cameras couldn't 'see' vampires, would that also affect people with glasses?
@alt text: Don't forget how often you're menaced by giant representations of upcoming conventions!
I'm no Mad Emoticon Scientist!
My phone is just possessed by one, that's all. 😛

By that, I mean the emoticons on my phone just work, somehow. 😕😵👻👽
In that first panel, Tabitha looks surprisingly like Ichabod, what with the long coat, big goggles, and the way her hair is poofed kinda like his hat.

@alt text: Where are you, my friend? 😞

@incentive: This new series looks interesting. The random background pop culture has always been well done in this comic.

P.S. Note for the future! This comment was written before the final version of the comic.
That's kind of what I meant. I just figured he'd combine it with some crazy alchemy thing while it was running, after managing to disable any safeties of course. I don't know what that might do combined with whatever else he might hook up would do, but even just streams of particles going near lightspeed escaping their (possibly sci-fi non-magnetic) containment would cause plenty of havoc!