Arthur

Some fantasies may portend more than you’re ready for. A little advice about the future could have saved King Arthur from a lot of grief. Did he get the proper information ahead of time? No. Sure, Merlin confided that being the King of England is an onerous job, but if he’d only told the boy to stay away from women until he found out who their relatives are, the tale may have ended entirely differently.   

With great power comes great responsibility. Choose wisely. This comic is the latest from Lunarbaboon.


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That would be good. :)

I was picturing people I know, some of whom have the power to wreak havoc with schedules and make large scale last minute revisions with no regard for the consequences of having made bad calls to begin with, and others who have the responsibility of keeping jobs on track, but who lack authority to take all the steps they might deem necessary to do so.
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If I acquired super powers, say Spider-Man's powers, my first thought would be "How can I use this to make money?" Some people just start robbing banks, but that only causes trouble in the long run--and often in the short run, too.

I'd like to see a comic book in which the main character gets super powers, then finds discreet ways to monetize them over a period of years.

With great power can come great responsibility, but also great financial gain.
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