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The Second Crimean War
The fall of the last empire, a broken nation, and an alternate 1995
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Content flags: Violent Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 3 days ago
Number of comics: 450
Number of subscribers: 77
Visitors: 80332 visitors (538842 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (543 votes)

Comic description

Set in Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union, in an alternate 1995, this is a story of civil war, terrorism, revolution, missing nuclear weapons, and some of the most disgusting sausages on the planet. Hang on tight and enjoy the ride!
(Note -- this comic predates the Ukrainian civil war. It just ... turned out that way.)

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BUMBLEBEE
22nd Jul 2017
BUMBLEBEE
About 500 guys joined up for the Odessa Operation but then bailed right after - it must not have gone well? It looks like a similar trend leading up to the murder of civilians - 200 people or so join up, the event happens, and then about an equal number leave. But I wonder if it was the same 200, or did the organization just shift toward a meaner, nastier overall group by driving off the moderates?
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Whiskey T. Foxtrot
22nd Jul 2017
Whiskey T. Foxtrot
Add an annoying high-pitched bleeping noice, a touchscreen that constantly reads "please remove paper blockage" and a customer who comes in one minute before closing time and wants 4,000 copies taken - that's my workplace.

The first three panels seem so familiar that it's kind of eerie...
Left on Second Crimean War #434
Tantz Aerine
21st Jul 2017
Tantz Aerine
Those printers were terrible. Ate more paper than they printed on. Also, I like her confidence. As for medals, the true specimen doens't need to flash them anyway ;)
Left on Second Crimean War #434
The Doodler
20th Jul 2017
The Doodler
I remember those printers...

(Chekhov isn't wearing any more uniform decorations than he absolutely has to because he finds it a little embarassing and they clank. A tie is bad enough.)
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Tantz Aerine
13th Jul 2017
Tantz Aerine
I feel slightly better. XD
Left on Second Crimean War #433