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A bunch of drawings I made
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Once upon a time, in the ancient year of 1998, Penny Arcade became a thing and made a couple of somewhat funny-ish guys stinking rich by making a webcomic about videogames. This blew the minds and loads of every artist on the internet and started a virtual gold rush, where everyone and their grandma was trying to come up with a gaming webcomic to cash in on the trend. Most of them sucked ass. Among the aspiring comic-makers was a man called Tim Buckley, who jumped on the bandwagon a bit too late in 2002. Instead of making your usual videogame jokes, he made meta jokes about webcomics and also videogames. Which was uninspired as fuck, but checked all the boxes to make an OK comic strip. They were even occasionally funny. Over time, the comic grew with a cast of wacky and painfully cliche characters, such as the crazy and unpredictable MC, the straight guy, the wildcard (in this case, in the form of a psychotic robot made of Xboxes) and the mandatory love interest. All was fine and dandy, except Buckley has some misguided ambitions to become a serious writer, despite his total lack of creativity, so he kept giving the characters "serious" story arcs, which made no goddamn sense, weren't deep, sad, entertaining or funny in any way, didn't fit the characters at all and were generally just dogshit. The most famous of these arcs is the one where his girlfriend gets pregnant and he's all excited to be a dad. And then she gets a miscarriage. That's it, that's the whole arc. It comes out of fucking nowhere, it makes no goddamn sense, because this is a wacky videogame comic and it started a shitstorm so massive it could be classified as a shit hurricane. The whole thing (and the way he went apeshit when the internet didn't jizz themselves over his creative genius with the miscarriage thing) was so fucking idiotic that it was one of the few times the internet got together and agreed on something - Tim Buckley should never be allowed to live this down, so they've been throwing the page I posted (the climax of the comic) all over the place for years to make sure people don't forget and that future generations are educated on the pure idiocy that occurred that day. Eventually, it got kind of boring, so to keep it going, they started making edits of it. Since the page is titled "Loss" they were quickly dubbed loss edits.
And here we are today, 8 years after the loss page was posted, still throwing that shit around, cause Buckley's still around and still trying to be a serious writer, by making a new comic about people in space, which is just as cliche and uninspired as his usual work. It's good to remind him of his past sins, in case he wants some pregnant alien to get kneed in the gut.
Sweet, that filled in a lot of gaps. thanks.
The comic itself is Ctrl+Alt+Delete (CAD), the lady in the image has suffered a miscarriage; the lad in the image, like most other excited and expecting fathers, is just full of what and uncertainty. Link to the KnowYourMeme on it for further knowledging
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