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Ensign Sue Must Die #25 August 21, 2010

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Is it all over for Ensign Sue? She has met the fate of many a red shirt before her, but her story continues with the 25th strip of Ensign Sue Must Die, the comic strip inspired by the new Star Trek movie.
 

 

 

Ensign Sue Must Die 25: God is a loving maker
story by Clare Mosley, art by Kevin Bolk, written by Clare Mosley and Kevin Bolk


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Comments

1. C0V3RT_KN1GHT - August 23, 2010

Sue is god…interesting plot twist…

2. captain carrot river - August 23, 2010

Huzzah! I somehow feel this is not the end of the intrepid young Ensign powered by the heart of the TARDIS and rolled in candy and light fluffy pastry yet tempered like the blade of a Klingon Bat’leth forged in the fires of Vulcan passion and educated by the Talosians and Ferengi nuns……wait a second….something is fishy here…..not quite right…..ah I forgot to mention the ubiquitous fishnets and ever present hair dye kit……

Anywho, I thoroughly enjoyed this strip and learned that Google Chrome doesn’t spell check Klingon, Vulcan or my dubious spelling of ubiquitous.

3. nuKirk - August 23, 2010

actually im thinking…what if that isn’t God but rather Q posing as God? Q did pose as God in the TNG episode Tapestry and sending a half-Q girl to annoy the $**T outta the Enterprise crew isn’t exactly against his M.O.;)

4. Alexandros - August 24, 2010

Here’s hoping that Ensign Sue ends up in the TNG universe!

5. MagicDan - August 24, 2010

Worf would kill her, no way she would last. He would find a way.

6. Sebastian - August 24, 2010

That was great. The Ensign Sue adventure is just beginning…
Cracked me up! ; )

But it does raise the Shatner-esque question, “What does God need with an ensign?”

7. falcon - August 24, 2010

Okay, even for Trek, that’s contrived bu!!$#!+.

It was funny up until then.

8. Weerd1 - August 24, 2010

IN “Tapestry” did Q pose as God, or did God pose as Q? ;)

9. Losira - August 24, 2010

Perhaps Q is realy Sybok or the other way around

10. Sharra - August 24, 2010

God is apparently delusional.

11. SuperTrekFan - August 24, 2010

So what? God said the universe needs Ensign Sue? Why can’t it be God? Why does it always have to be an omnipotent alien posing as God. I mean really. Even Steven Hawking said there was room for God in science. Give it a rest. Some of us like to believe He is out there.

12. guest - August 24, 2010

I’m guessing she’s going BSG next, by the little infiniti symbol on the last frame…I haven’t been able to make myself watch the last few episodes of Caprica by the way, hopefully it becomes interesting in the next half. (Off topic, I know, sorry)

13. CmdrR - August 24, 2010

God has three fingers and no face? I smell a new religion being born.

14. SuperTrekFan - August 24, 2010

God looks however one pictures Him to look. His face is not visible because to look upon the face of God would kill a puny human. Ensign Sue can see Him because she’s dead. We can’t see Him because we’re still among the living. That was a very thoughtful touch by the artist.

15. CmdrR - August 24, 2010

13 – It
was
a
joke
!

16. Phil - August 24, 2010

14..well, Sue is half-deity, you know….

17. CmdrR - August 24, 2010

I meant 14. Oops. I’m just human after all.

18. Quarky - August 24, 2010

#13, 14…, that is God in the last panel. No beard, not a man, just a meta Mary Sue (note rainbow in hair and infinity symbol on cheek); because of course, Mary Sues are images of their writers.

19. Harry Ballz - August 24, 2010

So, the question is………what adventures will ensue with Ensign Sue?

20. Areli - August 24, 2010

Oh god, she’s god!

I think it is time to start praying to Sha Ka Ree and hope Sybok will be our savior.

Or is Q playing god again?

21. Crusade2267 - August 24, 2010

#4 As she is going to be the Emissary, I’m guessing she’s hopping to DS9. But Worf can still kill her.

22. Harry Ballz - August 24, 2010

as the dyslexic atheist once opined, “THERE IS NO DOG!”

23. Captain Carrot River - August 24, 2010

If you actually read these comments down this far you should go to the pot luck site cause issue 26 is up (at least it was this morning when i looked)

24. Jtrekker - August 24, 2010

By the way, if anyone isn’t understanding this comic – and especially this particular strip – I would encourage you to do some research on “Mary Sues”. Here’s a Wiki article:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Sue

I really had no idea what a Mary Sue was, but this comic makes much more sense once you’re familiar with the concept. And, having dabbled in the idea of fan fiction a couple times, I totally understand the issue of writing oneself into a plot and make oneself larger than life.

25. David P - August 24, 2010

There needs to be a side story about the Starfleet benefits department making monthly payments to the spouses and/or children of the deceased red unitform wearing ensigns vaporized over the years

26. ster julie - August 24, 2010

Umm… This says Ensign Sue Must Die #25, but strip #24 is shown. #25 is scary-funny!

Thanks for the link! It’s been a fun diversion.

27. Cynthia - August 24, 2010

One more after this– I already saw it– but yeah, she’s not done yet!

I want to see Mary Sue with Data.

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