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Vol: 2

Fri, 06 Jun 2014

#33 Stealth

Zob executes a perfect take-off.

#33 Stealth

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Main Series: Vol 2

#33 Stealth

Zob executes a perfect take-off.

Fri, 06 Jun 2014

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Destination Z

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The Trial of Plok

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Mr. Polygon

So Zob flies off in a bootleg pokeball while Rockyfella is watching "Sonic Underground" and gets disturbed. What happens next? Also Zob looks real cool in this comic. He's determined to get this space vermin and put and end to this Flea market.

Still great detail and I hope your Patreons are going well.


Mr. Polygon

Follow up question, where are the rockets on his ship?



No rockets. It uses a Zob reactor.


Ste Pickford

Thanks for the kind comments Mr Polygon!


I will give Zob this, he looks better than some strange cover art version of him, because they used to get people who never played games to draw the box art.


Ste Pickford

Plok's like Judge Dredd - every artist draws him differently!


Brad Silvia

So... will Zob actually see Plok in the next strip?


Ste Pickford

It's got to happen. But probably not next week.


Ha. On earth



Best "Stealth" "launch" "sequence" (well, "squence") ever.


LOL just got the joke to this comic


Too bad you can't simply go to E3 right now and announce a new Plok game.

That would derail either the Microsoft or Sony press conferences entirely.


Brad Silvia

For those of you sad about no Plok game announcements, at least we have YouTube to listen to the awesome soundtrack to over and over again-



Brad Silvia

Tim Schafer was recently interviewed regarding how he was able to become a licensee to re-release Grim Fandango to PS4/Vita/PC. It's an IP he worked on that is dear to him and is currently owned by Disney Interactive after they slurped up LucasArts-


Maybe that should inspire you guys to re-release Plok?


Why doesn't Schafer just do a Psychoanuts sequel? As well as an HD Remake?

Sure, the sales were low, but it generally built up steam and became profitable with the Humble Bundle. Shame for all the suckers who bought the botched PS2 port which I heard had a bad framerate.


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