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Puck originally started as a university newspaper comic way back in the prehistoric days of 1998. It was reborn in 2011, and is now running weekly, in color. You can see the original run of eighty strips AND the new colour strips all here!
For the non-North American types, General Tso’s chicken is a popular Chinese food dish in the US and Canada. It’s awesome. Fun fact: no one really knows how a chicken dish in North America came to be named after a 19th century Chinese military hero. But second only to Colonel Sanders, General Tso is my all-time favorite high-ranking officer.
Check out the VOTING INCENTIVE: GREEN LANTERN PUCK?
So one reader recently stated that he thought Puck should (for reasons unknown) be given a Green Lantern power ring, and I thought the idea was too ridiculous to pass up.
Though this particular incentive pic isn’t available through voting on TWC anymore, you can purchase the pic from the store. It’s only a buck for a set of five voting incentives! That’s what I call a deal!
@godmoderncommander: There are three basic ways to convince Colin to do something: threaten with pain, tempt with food, or tempt with sex. He shares these traits with most members of the animal kingdom. Which ain't saying much.
@MSB: No disrespect meant, man. I respect the General.
@Lilyblack: Puck's ears droop ... whenever? I don't really know. They droop when she's disappointed, they flatten when she's unimpressed, and they curl right down when she's angry. That accounts for most of her expressions.
@Colin W.: Yeah, I was never the "I want a boy or else" kind of guy. And the ultrasounds are never that accurate, though in the case of both my kids, they were right on the money.
In the case of my son, my wife asked "And can you tell the gender?" The technician's answer was "What, you didn't see that?" Apparently it was quite ... obvious.
@MSB: I think that Conan's chicken would have more than just heat, though. Maybe we could add something sweet. You know, for the sweetness of victory? How about maple syrup? Maple syrup needs to be in more foods. Because it's awesome.