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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.

...

What?
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.
See Page 182 for Details
Go on. Go look at it.
Fun Fact I Guess
I originally designed the security droids as a stand in for the Daleks. Bootleg Daleks I guess. Then Character Building went and announced their Dr Who line, complete with Daleks, so I went with the real thing instead.

Still, I liked my simple little cone shaped killing machines so I kept them and made them security robots instead.

The End
Do you know how hard it is to get a good shot of a tiny model using a fixed focus Polaroid camera?
It's very hard, which is why I cheated and did something clever instead.

This is NOT a Polaroid photo of one of the Commander Cottontail sets. It is in fact a Polaroid photo of a digital photo being displayed on a reasonably large television.

Also, this is probably the single most expensive Commander Cottontail strip to date. I've bought a couple of reasonably expensive (for me at least) sets and parts to make these strips before, but I've always been able to reuse them for other strips. This one however took me three attempts with the Polaroid camera. At the time standard Polaroid film cost £10 for a pack of ten, so this one photo cost me £3 to take and that is why you will never see another Polaroid in this comic again.

Probably.

Unless I change my mind.
Answering machines make a big comeback in the future.
I'm sure his office isn't really on fire. That's just a prank, right?
Lieutenant Commander Xanh can do fine without the Commander for a few more days.
I wonder why that might be.
*cough* Page 63 *cough*
This one was originally uploaded on the 50th anniversary of Dr Who.
In case you couldn't guess.
Yeah, the Ambassador's family is loaded.
What?
You didn't think the Alliance gave her that position because she was the most qualified candidate, did you?
Yeah...
Feels way longer that two days, doesn't it?
Meanwhile, back on the station...
Lieutenant Commander Xanh is doing a fantastic job of filling in for the Commander.
Happy Halloween?
This strip was originally released as a Halloween strip and it landed so close to Halloween this time, but not close enough.

Never mind.

I really like the set for this one. You will never see it again.
These two are best friends.
You can tell because they like emotionally torturing each other.

That's what best friends do, right?
Tiny Little Hello Kitty Figures
Like most Commander Cottontail sets I built the Alliance ship's corridors to be in scale with a standard Lego minifigure, which is significantly taller than a Mega Bloks Hello Kitty figure, even more so when you consider how much of a Hello Kitty figure's height is just their head. So realising that the sets were completely the wrong scale for the Captain and the Ambassador I decided to make a comic about it.
The Commander is such an optimist.
You'd think he'd have learned by now.