Good morning and happy Tuesday, good readers! It is time to administer another dose of the radioactive isotope we call /Silly. Don't worry, I'm sure your insurance will cover it. 

This week, we step away from the World of Warcraft  I so love to poke fun at to cross over into some other popular gaming worlds for a quick love connection. Think of this as an episode of the Dating Game, only cross platform, genre and franchise.

Bachelor number one likes sitting around and doing absolutely nothing, and his turn offs include incineration and being left behind.

Our lovely Bachelorette enjoys journeying through the stars, rolling through tubes and acquiring new shiny accessories, but hates space pirates and giant brains. It is a match made in advanced transformational geometry heaven - at least until he finds out that she is not at all what she appears.

Come back next week, and there will be another comic here to greet you once again. Until next time, friends!

- Arthur "Arturis" Orneck tries to remember it this way when he is fighting his way through planet Zebes: Freeze before missiles, Metroids go sizzle. Missiles before Freeze, you're lunch. Um... Jeez.

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[Mandifesto] @ 12:55:25 PM May 9, 2012
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So, much cute....can't take it!

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Geometrical objects just wanna have fun

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