The Indiana Jones saga continues in Just a Little More Blud!
So this should have been up yesterday, but SuperginraiX and I were playing chicken with who would post the article. Of course, you can read Just a Little More Blud early every week by bookmarking our webcomic reader at http://jalmb.theouthousers.com, where it is posted every Sunday night! Bookmark it now, dammit!
Notes from the Bludhouse
It's telling that following last week's strips, there were some people who actually questioned whether Spielberg or Lucas really edited Raiders of the Lost Ark to make the scimitar swordsman shoot first. It's completely absurd - why the fuck would the swordsman have a gun? Yet, it's actually plausible, because Spielberg and Lucas are fucking lunatics who make nonsensical and needless edits to beloved movies. I just want you all to know that, once Blud Blood gets a movie deal and becomes a classic film, we will never, ever go back and change the movie. Unless we feel like it. And if you're reading this strip twenty years from now, wondering why that army of trained chimps and aliens are pointing walkie-talkies at Blud? Well, we always planned it that way, but the technology to draw walkie-talkies wasn't available at the time we made it. Thanks for your understanding.
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