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The natural predator of the Daleks.
Character Building have never made that particular Dalek in that particular colour.
They should though. It would make editing these comics a lot easier.
Lego have never made that particular alien in that particular shade of green.
They should though. It would make editing these comics a lot easier.
Did you know you can freeze Lego figures with no ill effects?
I didn't. I mean, I was hoping that was the case but I wasn't sure. Anyway, yes, this comic was done by sticking a lego minifigure in an ice cube tray full of water and then leaving it in the freezer for 24 hours.

Also, it turns out this is a good way of getting apart figures that have been glued together at some point.
That head.
That head is in fact a car aerial topper. I think it cost me a pound.
It's a fun game,
one of the few where the audience have to wear protective armour too.
Transporter Room 2
It's still a little bit broken.
Commander Flin
I can't remember if this has ever been brought up before, and I could go through and check if I really felt like it, but Commander Flin actually outranks Commander Cottontail. The individual ranks the characters are referred to by are slightly more complex than that, at least in my notes.

Commander Cottontail is a Commander Second Grade and Commander Flin is a Commander First Grade, which will probably never come up in the comic and is of no real importance to anyone other than me. What IS important though is that Flin is the station's first officer and the Cottontail is merely the head of a department, a very important department, but he's still just a department head and as such really shouldn't be messing with Commander Flin.
Bad liars.
The Lieutenants are REALLY bad liars.

...which when you think about it is probably not a great trait in someone who works in a diplomatic office really.
The Commander is Doomed!


The Commander's Office
The Commander's office has grown quite a bit since it first appeared. Back in the second strip it consisted of little more than two cabinets and a window, but has slowly expanded as time goes on with that short section of wall getting longer and longer and eventually getting joined by that wall behind the Commander in this strip, because really, having everything in his office take place in front of that window would be pretty boring, if not for you then it definitely would for me making these things.
They're going to make him captain one day?!
And we're back!
Hey everyone, guess who misplaced her external drive she stores all her comic pages on when she moved house. I bet you can't!
200 Pages!
Happy page 200 everybody!
Happy New Year!
Apparently it's not the first time the Ambassador Bossyboots has done this.

Also, her name is not actually Ambassador Bossyboots, because that would be silly and this comic never does silly.
Merry Christmas
I hope you're all doing better than the Commander today.
The One Where Santa Kills A Doctor Who Villain With A Really Big Gun
That's what this is. It's that one.
Merry Christmas
By pure luck, because I didn't even try to work it out when I started reposting these, both of year 2's Christmas strips actually ended up falling within a week of Christmas. If there was one more strip before this one it would have been perfect, with the second strip falling exactly on Christmas day, but you can't have everything, right?

Because I'm doing these reposts three times a week instead of twice though that should mean that year 3's Christmas strips should be in... August? Yep, August next year.
Another Doctor Who Reference!
Because you can never have enough Doctor Who references.
Unless of course you don't watch Doctor Who, in which case this is just weird nonsense.
And then the cradshed on a planet and all died.
The end.


This is totally the end of the comic. I'm not kidding. Go away.
No more comics. Nope.

There is definitely not another 200 of these things to go.