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Thu, Jun 23, 2011
"There Is No Try", Part II
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MuggleMike 6/23/2011, 7:00 AM edit delete
MuggleMike
Hey, at least it stopped. Could you imagine if someone made a lightsaber that went on forever? It could cut the Earth in half!
DouglasKills 6/23/2011, 9:59 AM edit delete
DouglasKills
I LOVE Star Wars, and this Jedi-Wizard storyline is going to be a blast. I hope you guys enjoy it half as much as I do.

And, since i'm not above plugging other comics I work on, if you also like Star Wars check out LOL Wars- A Star Wars parody comic I illustrate

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Spinnerlink 6/23/2011, 7:05 AM edit delete reply
Spinnerlink
i thought it was purple.
Demitri 6/23/2011, 8:29 AM edit delete reply
Demitri
It's close to a blacklight look. Heh... Magic is such a fickle thing.
Shaman 6/23/2011, 9:06 AM edit delete reply
Shaman
I sense a disturbance in his genes...
Lee V. 6/23/2011, 9:23 AM edit delete reply
Lee V.
Doesn't matter what color it is, it's still a lightsaber! Awesome. :)
Jon R. 6/23/2011, 11:25 AM edit delete reply
I often wonder about the effects of a UV colored saber. Would it give you a straight line sun tan. Cancer on your hand? Is it a combat advantage because your opponent can't see your blade, or a disadvantage because you can't see it either. I guess you could be a Predator and have an advantage....
MuggleMike 6/23/2011, 12:51 PM edit delete reply
MuggleMike
@Spinnerlink: It's a pinkish-purple

@Demitri: It's certainly no science :)

@Shaman: haha

@Lee: Truth

@Jon: That is something I have never thought about and now my life is better. I just had a 20 minute conversation with my brother about that comment. I think the advantage goes to the holder. Through practice you could achieve an awareness of your UV lightsaber that would surprise your enemy. Although as we all know, lightsabers are focused energy derived from plasma, so a UV one might not be possible.
Jon R. 6/27/2011, 12:42 AM edit delete reply
Dude, I am pretty sure black lights are only visible because they are painted. Its totally possible :)
Scott 7/23/2011, 6:31 PM edit delete reply
And then you'd have an excuse for wearing UV-filter sunglasses, indoors, while having a lightsaber battle.