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Comic profile: Cowboys & Crossovers
Cowboys & Crossovers
Whereever the thieves of the Multiverse go, THEY will follow!
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Comic language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 27th Jun 2017
Number of comics: 161
Number of subscribers: 22
Visitors: 41304 visitors (167761 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.86 (90 votes)

Comic description

In order to stop Elven crooks from plundering the Multiverse, a group of diverse characters join up to journey out of Shelterville to stop them!

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Hogan
Hogan
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Most recent comments left on Cowboys & Crossovers

3Xp4t (Guest)
28th Jun 2017
Well, double quantum railgun or a jar of mayonnaise. In Gertrude's hands, equally lethal to anyone in her sights.

Gertrude herself is listed as "furkini full of wonderful things that can hurt people." True story. I peeked at the list while they were distracted. (they both failed Saving Throw vs. Gertrude Makes Anyone Forget Their Vows, which is d20 against Wisdom -18)
Left on 152 - Hank & Gertrude's turn
Oz (Guest)
28th Jun 2017
Anything that uses "gunpowder" in the classic sense is not considered a weapon in Texas, they are labeled as Antiques. Technically, I could take my .50 cal rifle into an airport and be just fine. Practically, I have absolutely NO desire to test that theory!
Left on 152 - Hank & Gertrude's turn
Hogan
27th Jun 2017
Hogan
I don't know, but if you find it, can you let me know? I need some of it after trying to wrap my mind around your commentary... :D
Left on 151 - Scale's Confession
Hogan
27th Jun 2017
Hogan
Actually, Gertrude's stories should be declared as a lethal weapon too...
Sorry for the delay, a mix of busy times and hardware failure got us behind on the strip, but now you can enjoy Ron's love of ancient gunpowdered weaponry :)

Currently visiting the comic of Girl Genius

Art by Ron.
Left on 152 - Hank & Gertrude's turn
Oz (Guest)
23rd Jun 2017
"Who decides we're delusional?"
Scale can't be delusional, she's following a script. The problem is, she's written to know that she is following a script, but she has to follow it anyway. What keeps her from going insane?
Left on 151 - Scale's Confession