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Turn Number:75 AW
Side's Turn:Royal Crown Coalition

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Panels: 6
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Panel 1

An inset cameo of an archon dressed as a TWA stewardess speaking management jargon.[edit]
Archon 1: Forget Ossomer! Keep your dynamic focus throughout this restructuring.
It's not a problem, it's an opportunity!
We've been empowered!

Panel 2

Three archons (two blonde and one brunette) dressed as TWA stewardesses point their fingers

to direct an attack at the Tower of Jenga.
No text. [edit]

Panel 3

An inset panel shows an archon dressed in a white blouse with a neck scarf as she commands Charlie's forces.[edit]
Archon 2: Ruler in the airspace!
Okay, let's capitalize!

Panel 4

Cubbins, behind a broken Tower of Jenga balcony rail, and backed by a large number of milling, distraught, Jetstone warriors, holds his magical wand in his right hand, and stirs with it inside his cap, held in his left. Yellow streamers of magic rise around him.[edit]
Cubbins: It's your final curtain call, Hat Magician.
Only one thing to do...

Panel 5

Cubbins stands upon the balcony of the Tower of Jenga, crowded by a large number of Jetstone warriors. He has his right hand grasping a magical wand and raised in a magical gesture. In his left hand, he has his cap, as he performs a far-reaching spell of Hat Magic. Rising from around him are visions of magical creatures, including a rabbit and a bird.[edit]
Cubbins: Pop a cap![1] [edit]

Panel 6

Various things are summoned such as a flock of white doves, (possibly) the killer rabbit from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, a hack saw and the rabbit Bun-Bun from the webcomic Sluggy Freelance, who all start to attack the Archons. Obviously the animals/objects that are emerging are similar to what stage magicians would draw from their hats and use in magical acts.

This marks the end of Issue 2.
Title: End, Issue 2 [edit]


  1. ^Pop a Cap  This is a pun as a cap is a type of hat and the phrase 'pop a cap' is something that TV urban gangster say when they shoot (pop) somebody with bullets (caps).
  2. Issue 2 of "Love Is A Battlefield," ends here.