These always end badly.

I like Howard Tayler and I enjoy the living heck out of Schlock Mercenary – but I really do hope that the man doesn’t think that Sunday’s strip is not blatantly telegraphing that Things Are About To Go Pear-Shaped.

Because it is.  And they are.


  • qixlqatl says:

    All true, but…. Bad decisions make good stories 😉 I’m salivating at the prospect of the forthcoming mayhem hehehehehe

  • Bill James says:

    A new term: Schlock Mercenary Normal: all fouled [eh?] up. Or- Schmafud. I love neologisms, even the bad ones!

  • Free-range Oyster says:

    I would say that Tagon choosing to quit a job was the biggest telegraphing of impending disaster. I mean, by the time Tagon decides that there’s a big ol’ foxtrot coming, Charlie’s usually already played the opening bars…

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