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The Soldier and the Tsar, page 6

This week’s stinger image is provided by Valentine, 7-month-old daughter of my homies and Vinci and Arti creators Ryan and Candy, and who is Internet Famous for her Dr. Who cosplay that was featured on Thinkgeek.com. Thank you, Valentine!

And thank you everyone else for waiting so patiently for this page.

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Comics The Soldier and the Tsar

The Soldier and the Tsar, page 5

I generally like to think that stirring in internet memes as a substitution for actual comedy in a webcomic is kind of cheap but I mean even Shakespeare dropped a fart joke every now and again, so.

If you thought better of me before this point I am sorry. Showing up three days late and delivering something like this after making you wait is not really something a body can make excuses for, so I’ll spare you mine. I, too, am disappoint.

In better news, it’s a source of continuing gratification for me to see the places that this comic gets reposted to and linked from. The big viral surge set off by the Firefox comic last month is finally settling down, and I’m looking forward to finishing this story to see if I can pull something like that off again.

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Comics The Soldier and the Tsar

The Soldier and the Tsar, page 4

If you missed the blog posts earlier in the week because you’ve been here long enough to know better than to expect anything interesting from this comic on any given weekday, let me please call your attention to the social network poll, and also remind you that prints are now available in the store. Wheels have been spinning!

This is such an important reminder, even, that I’m gonna bump the stinger to the bottom of this post. How’s that feel, internet?