Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Ep. 2X03 - When this comic hits 88 Back to the Future references, you're gonna see some serious shit!

And when in Star Trek they traveled back in time to save the whales, all they did was slingshot around the sun, right? How come they never used that tactic to, say, save Spock from getting killed? Or to stop the Klingon War in the first place? If I were Captain Kirk, I'd be going back in time to find my freakin' hairbrush, if it's so god-damned easy! Though you can't tell from our comic, it's actually very, very hard.

Friday, December 12, 2008

Ep. 2X02 - Panels!? Where We're Going, We Don't Need Panels!

When Superman circled the Earth at light speed in order to reverse time to save Lois Lane, why was California not subsequently destroyed? Originally, Superman had to choose between saving California from destruction at the hands of Lex Luthor or rescue Lois Lane. He saved California, but then, via his nonsensical time travel technique, reverted time in order to save Lois. But he reversed all of time, so California should remain in peril! It's not like there was an alternate Superman saving California while original Superman was saving our intrepid reporter. And even if there was an alternate Superman, that alternate Superman would, upon completing his mission to save California, reverse all of time again creating an infinite time loop that Earth would never get out of - society would never advance past the '80s! OR alternate Superman could have come to the conclusion somehow that there was no reason to reverse time since Lois was saved by "original Superman", and this would break the time travel cycle - but also create a paradox - one in which original Superman never reverts time in the first place!
Our comic plans to be less confusing than this.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Previously on Psychic Distance:

Psychic Distance returns Friday with the second episode of its NEW SEASON.

MORE TONY, MORE TJ. (Psychic Distance does not guarantee the amount of TJ or Tony provided by any comic.)

Meanwhile, Psychic Distance is offering everyone a chance to catch up on the wacky antics of TJ and Tony during Season 1! Presenting: Previously on Season 1 of Psychic Distance! Do you have too much going on in your important life to catch up on 42 episodes worth of comics? Are you a close personal friend of Tony or TJ and you feel you have an obligation to keep up with the comic even though you don't find it very amusing? WELL, NO PROBLEM, the authors are providing you with a quick and dirty guide to the first season of Psychic Distance: