October 04, 2015

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2015/09/26 Vote

Vote for Station V3 at TopWebcomics and see today’s new sprite strip bonus… Everything is back to normal!

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2015/09/22 Sites to Visit, Things to See (And Hear!)

Any sci-fi humor fans out there (which I would assume most of you reading Station V3 are!) should check out Jump Leads by Ben Paddon, which is back now in audio form! The first episode is up now, and is a lot of fun.

Also, some of you may (or may not) have noticed – Silence in the Darkness on Q16 has been updating again!

And if you miss the Plant, check out its recent appearance over at The Mansion of E!

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2015/09/07 Tripe!

Every year at the Italian Festival in Scranton, the Chef’s favorite ingredient can be found! Nobody seems to serve it in “loaf” form, though…

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2015/09/05 Bonus Sketch

Time for a new voting bonus… How about a quick sketch of the space pod enjoying some music? Vote for Station V3 at TopWebcomics and see! :)

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2015/08/30 More Bad Translations

There’s another badly translated strip to see today when you vote for Station V3 at TopWebcomics!

On a related note, I recently found a Dave Clark Five album that was released in Taiwan in 1968:

Not sure how “official” this release was – it has songs from their US albums 5 By 5, You Got What It Takes, and Everybody Knows, with the cover from You Got What It Takes. It was released on “Large World” records (which uses the logo from Liberty Records), which (from what I’ve read) released records for American and Australian servicemen stationed in Taiwan at the time.

What makes it related to the bad translation bonus strip I just posted is that the lyrics on the back cover look like they’ve been through a similar process:

In case you’re unfamiliar with the song, the song really starts with “Two little villages on their own, each lord taking care of his own.” And the word “pharmacy” does not actually appear in the song. Oh well, at least the orange vinyl looks nice! :)

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