Cinder Isle Page 202

By | June 18, 2019

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LaudoMatriae
1 month ago

Knots is a measure of speed not distance.

HA55caps
1 year ago

What did they think was going to happen? No really, what?

And cool, the new site is up! But to avoid repeating myself, I am just gonna say I will probably stay here.

LinkandZelda4ever
Reply to  HA55caps
1 year ago

I’d assume that the father and son thought they’d remain undetected and would return to the mainland with the information they found out about Cinder Isle (namely that there was no radioactive tanker accident and that everyone on the island is still alive), along with the barrel, and tell the rest of the world that the government is covering something up. After printing the story and getting the news out there, they’d probably take the barrel to a researcher center for study and find out exactly what the red liquid is. But, that was all assuming that the father and… Read more »

stealth6948
Reply to  LinkandZelda4ever
1 year ago

Yeah, Like all Liberals the Father probably thought his “Right’s” bypassed National Security. For a Reporter he is really stupid.

HA55caps
Reply to  stealth6948
1 year ago

@Paul yeah, I mean clearly they expected to be able to pull it off, they seem pretty naive.

@stealth Let’s leave the politics where they belong, in the dumpster along with the politicians of America. All of them.

Quantix
1 year ago

So, will i be able to use my SF sub for the beyond site? Or will I have to pay separately?

LinkandZelda4ever
Reply to  Quantix
1 year ago

No, you will not be able to use your subscription to this website on SF Beyond. The two sites are not linked in that way due to the payment processors on SF Beyond. Having a subscription to one site does not mean that you have a subscription to the other website. You can register your username and account for SF Beyond right now, but subscriptions begin June 25. It should also be noted that everything on this website, including censored versions of comics and animations, will be on SF Beyond. So if you only have a subscription to SF Beyond,… Read more »

Quantix
Reply to  LinkandZelda4ever
1 year ago

Will SF besonders cost the Same?

LinkandZelda4ever
Reply to  Quantix
1 year ago

A subscription to SF Beyond will cost $15 per month.

IAmAHuman
1 year ago

Okay, mads respect for that triple reference with the T1G1 virus name.
Firstly, it’s based on the scientific name of the Swine Flue (H1N1);
Secondly, the initials are “TG”, obviously;
And lastly, it’s combing the names of the to first two viruses created in the Resident Evil games: The “T-Virus” and the “G-Virus.”

….Okay, that last one was probably completely unintended, but a video game loving boy can hope can’t he?

The_Odd_Duck
Reply to  IAmAHuman
1 year ago

Or The Andromeda Strain. See Wikipedia

Inquisitor One
1 year ago

After “binging” for eight hours, I’m 2 animations away from catching up to half a year’s content. Woo!

undertaker972
1 year ago

Personally, im gonna pass on SF Beyond. $15 is too steep for my blood and i dont care about uncensored content.

That being said, looks like these two got busted. Welcome to the quarantine zone

jimmyinwhite
1 year ago

we have new guest for cinder .

The_Odd_Duck
1 year ago

Oh no Busted!!!

robi2009
Reply to  The_Odd_Duck
1 year ago

Soon to be Double D busted 😉

Damian Kaiser-Crompton
1 year ago

yep, that would have been bad if it would have gotten to the mainland…

The_Odd_Duck
Reply to  Damian Kaiser-Crompton
1 year ago

Terminally bad.

Freya
1 year ago

Sorry to be a fuss, but Knots are a measure of speed. Should have used, miles / km / nautical miles for distance on water.

undertaker972
Reply to  Freya
1 year ago

Clicks are also acceptable

QTpi
Reply to  undertaker972
1 year ago

Chalk it up to characters listening to han solo in reverse

treecatt
Reply to  Freya
1 year ago

miles/km/nautical miles? Should have used nautical miles or, to keep it simple, just miles.

SilverArrow20XX
1 year ago

I like how they’re not even phased by the evident incompetence that had them lose a barrel in the first place lol.

Isaac784
1 year ago

NEW SITE!!!

technically the Navy and Coast Guard have full legal rights to search any vessel in U.S. Territorial waters regardless.

Jaybird
Reply to  Isaac784
1 year ago

Yes due to the Revenue Cutter Act of 1790. It doesn’t apply to inland waters for that you would need a warrant or probable cause, but offshore and near coastal waters like we’re seeing here you have no 4th Amendment rights.

DarkKnight88
1 year ago

I’ll be signing up the moment I’m able to!! Thank you thank you thank you you guys are the best!!!

MtnMan
1 year ago

I guessed right. Personally, my imagination is better than you illustration.

The_Odd_Duck
Reply to  MtnMan
1 year ago

I am very happy this style of story Illustration.

MtnMan
1 year ago

No sneezing or coughing yet. If those symptoms start, we’ll see how many women return.

MtnMan
Reply to  MtnMan
1 year ago

Reporter and son will become residents of Cinder Isle. I’m waiting for one of the.military to slip up and become a woman. I still don’t see why there are no ham radio operators on the island savvy enough to get through any jamming going on.

The_Odd_Duck
Reply to  MtnMan
1 year ago

A good amateur radio operator is very creative with radio frequency, and you can’t jam them all.