Thursday, April 25, 2019

And Now Back To The Wacky Woman Robot Show.

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because and there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd.

 And now a break from the fascism--bad sitcom humor.




Wednesday, April 24, 2019

"We Are So Defiant In Our Fast Food And Hat Choices!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because and when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about. 

 Modern American conservatism is telling yourself your persecuted for acting like an ass, while simultaneously imagining that you could, if you wished, slaughter those who dislike you with impunity.

Monday, April 22, 2019

"I Mean, Is It Fair For Them To Arrest Mafia Dons For Doing THEIR Jobs?"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because a holiday, a holiday, and the first one of the year. 

"Arrested for doing his job".  That he volunteered for, and that is illegal.  

But yeah, good to see that the hellspawn are becoming good little indoctrinated "national anarchists".

Sunday, April 21, 2019

...Oh, Ever-Loving God.

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because but that's the thing--once the series had codified it, Dark Force was pretty much destined to show up in some form or another for every future game as the ultimate evil.




Well, now I need several gallons of brain bleach.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Well. Not The WWII Fascist Apologism I Was Quite Expecting, But...

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because now that fourth game also adds a lot to Dark Force's lore, explaining what the hell we've been fighting in the last three games and introducing the Eldritch Horror Behind the Eldritch Horror.  It does a pretty good job, actually.




That declaration from Muir that the Third Reich wasn't so bad seems to be coming closer and closer...

Friday, April 19, 2019

"Now Let's Do Racism AND Nudity!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because and then the fourth one, it starts out "Well, we're fighting this cult leader and... oh, wait, he's worshiping Dark Force."

You know the nude pictures of Samurai Mom just get worse and worse, to the point where I'm starting to think we're dealing with some sort of unacknowledged complex.