Guest Comic by Adam Huber
Posted on June 26, 2013 at 12:00 am by Chris
Hey I’m moving! For real! While I’m busy putting things in boxes and playing 3D-Tetris with them some really cool people are helping me out by drawing some comics for you!
Today’s strip is by Adam Huber of Bug Martini!
Check out his comics at http://www.bugmartini.com/
His twitter is @BugMartini
13 thoughts on “Guest Comic by Adam Huber”
I doubt a genie would make a face like that over the possibility of a wish maker doing stuff like that, after all they are supposed to be a monkey’s paw.
eg. if you wished to be the richest person in the world then they would kill everyone richer than you etc.
Yeah, Genie’s aren’t the nicest of entities in actual mythology.
My first wish is always mind control. It is basically the same thing as infinite wishes.
Hmm as long as you could mind control other people to wish for whatever you want that would work, but if the genie doesn’t stick around forever there’s much better wishes to make such as invincibility and so on.
My 1st wish is “I wish for the ability to do anything I want with no reprocussions that I would perceive as negative” 😛
Not TV Tropes’ “Jackass Genie”, but Genie with a Jackass.
I’ve read somewhere that the first wish should be the ability to phrase all your wishes to get exactly what you want.
huh so this is would it would look like it bug was done with humans
I wish for a bug martini!
My typical wishes are for omnipotence, omniscience, and infinite wisdom, in that order.
Good choice, if you wish for infinite wisdom first, you go insane from the total awareness of your surroundings.
Also, if you wish to be a god, do atheists have to stop believing in you?
I don’t think I’d want to be that smart, it would probably take the fun out of life. It would be much more fun to just wish that everyone on the planet is say 20% smarter, will live forever in perfect health and that evil will no longer exist.
20% more of 0 is still 0, dude.
Perfect health means you couldn’t be injured, which has a whole big list of repercussions about not being able to feel empathy for those who can be killed.
Evil not existing would just leave a lot of gray area where it’s not technically evil, but we wouldn’t want it happening.
Loopholes would be found, and through those loopholes would leap technically-not-criminals, I-swear-I’m-borrowing-this-ers, and other technicality abusers.
I’m torn between “Well that was easy.” and “Well that escalated quickly.”
It escalated easily?