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Big Kei

21st Aug 2020, 6:00 PM in Act Six/Seven: Awakenings
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BlueDragon 21st Aug 2020, 6:00 PM edit delete
This one's dedicated to MadJak, who gave Keisuma the affectionate nick name, Big Kei.

Which got me thinking of K-Mart.

Which got me wanting to make jokes about Kei opening a department store and selling contracts for souls :D

Which begot this little web short.

Thank you!

Next week will be the last Web Short for this session :3

Womp womp! I'm starting a video series that's very long and involved just for the fun of it :D

Anyway, I like to make fun of myself, so if you want to learn how to print and have a *hopefully* good laugh at my amateur attempts, that's what the next few videos are going to be :3


Mrremoraman 21st Aug 2020, 6:55 PM edit delete reply
I'm just curious about what they would sell, quite honestly...
BlueDragon 22nd Aug 2020, 2:47 AM edit delete reply
Nothing legal ;)
BitterBadger 21st Aug 2020, 11:15 PM edit delete reply
A more honorable line of work, indeed!
BlueDragon 22nd Aug 2020, 2:49 AM edit delete reply
I'm sure she'd find a way to make it edgy XD
lirvilas 23rd Aug 2020, 10:59 AM edit delete reply
Is K-mart even still a thing? So many major bankruptcies.

Well, there's something a CEO might sell his soul to fix!
BlueDragon 23rd Aug 2020, 4:58 PM edit delete reply
XD Yeah, I could see a CEO selling their soul for that XD

The last K-Mart in Springfield finally closed down.

It was kind of a landmark, with large sign held up by two poles. Got a little bit of a funny story here, don't feel obligated to read it (but I can't think of K-Mart in Spfld without thinking of Hank Miller:

My mom's best friend growing up had a dad who was a trucker. Picture a big 6 ft part Native-American dude (his mom was raised on a reservation, but I can't remember what tribe). But he was this massively tall, kinda chubby dude and in the '60s he bought a little gremlin (or small car that was not a Beetle) that was tiny enough to fit between the two polls.

So he'd take mom and his daughter, then fold his legs up into this car and drive them to the K-Mart parking lot to do figure 8s with his tiny car though the polls XD XD XD

Guy had issues, since the military had done shock therapy on him (of course), but on his good days he seemed like a funny guy. His daughter and my mom are still best friends today, and hearing their stories XD Man, he sounds like he could be a laugh riot.
lirvilas 25th Aug 2020, 11:20 PM edit delete reply
Sorry, I'm a Target kinda suburbanite. K-Mart lacked imagination, and they paid for it.

(Shoulda been pushing tires, or at least lawn chairs and popcorn!)
BlueDragon 26th Aug 2020, 12:06 PM edit delete reply
XD Oh, I never shopped there much. It was just iconic XD I'm a dirty Bohemian, and all the old ladies around me were constantly giving me I haven't bought clothing aside from a handful of things for years XD
MadJak91 23rd Aug 2020, 1:16 PM edit delete reply
There is also Circle K that is apparently on every single corner in Arizona according to a friend, lmao.

If it actually involves visits from demon girls then why not...
You can have a good contract, you can spot a bad contract, you can be tricked by a bad contract but demon contracts are like good contracts just that... you interpreted something differently ;D
BlueDragon 23rd Aug 2020, 5:05 PM edit delete reply
Oh man! The Circle Ks are EVERYWHERE in the MidWest, too XD Yeah, I'd believe your friend. There's a Casey's in every small town, too. XD

I'm gonna have to look out for you if a cute demon chick offers up a contract, aren't I? Don't do it!!!!! XD XD XD