There we go! Now that’s the ominous Simon Gates we got to know and love!
Wait, did I just cheer on a bad guy?
You did. LOL. 🙂 Actually, Simon is fun to write and draw too.
*grins* I rather like him, though he felt a bit too silly in the last few pages for my liking.
He’s one of the good villains out there, which is not an oxymoron. It just means that he’s well-characterized, his motivations are understandable, and he’s fun to watch at work.
Yeah, the silliness just sort of came from the character: he’s a scientist from the twenty-first century and probably has the same foibles and reactions that you or I would have in that situation. Plus, I think Simon is a little “goofy” too. After all, the first thing he chose to wish for with his SPIRE wishing-machine was a ham sandwich. 🙂
You make a good point, sir! I withdraw my objection.
Object all you want, my friend. I love to hear your reactions. This story is for you. 🙂
Simon really could take a pointer or two from me about Omniversiality before he goes denouncing someone’s existence like that!
OoooOOoOoooohhhh… i could just… complain! XD
It’s not wise to disrespect the omniversally-challenged. That’s what I always say. 😉
I know! Especially when they rise to positions of power! :O
Got him monologuing.
That’s a bad habit for a villain, most definitely. 🙂
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