T42R: 372 [END OF ARC]
The end of Hyperspace Tea Time / Ark-chan arc. You can read the arc from the beginning if you missed some strips.
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OK, I’m changing my waifu request to Ark-chan getting ripped apart at the subatomic level by the inexorable expansion of the fabric of space. No, not really.
Took me a moment to realize the word was “very” and not “vcry”.
Was trying to figure out what a vcry was.
I really need to work on my printing.
Alright! The moral of the story! Even without humans, spaceships can live in happiness. :> Good to know I won’t be able to ruin any vehicle’s life.
I can’t diss, my handwriting is much worse.
H-how did a T42R comic make it rain inside my house?
Dan…you…made a bittersweet ending for Ark chan!!
It took me a while to understand that the lolis were the anthropomorphic version of the machines.
>Using tasty! instead of Oichii~
>Using welcome back~ instead of Okaeri~
It’s “toasty” … it’s her cute name for her toast-chan. ;-;
Ohh!!! I read ‘mm tasty~’ instead ‘Mr toasty’
I’m sorry, I didn’t wanted to insult toast-chan D:
How many arks were there anyways? Are these the few survivors out of hundreds, or were there only a dozen or so to begin with?
It’s best left uncertain, I think.
It’s… beautiful! It’s just how I imagined it. Thanks, Dan!
I got broken imagelink.
Let’s call this an alternate retelling of Knights of Cydonia.
That’s… that’s adorable.
Good ending, Dan, good ending!
And I like how grown up she is, her personality so different.
Puddle-chan, 10^100, final weather report: Heat extinction of the universe – 1 tea time.
And the anthrophomorphic versions are really neat! Not that the realistic versions weren’t, but it was kinda weird to have faces on them (except for big fat ‘ole Earth and Luna ).
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