Ozy And Millie: Frontier law

The original artwork for this comic is available for purchase.

Notes: White-out in panels 3 and 4. Part of the upper margin is torn away, but the damage does not extend into the panel area.

  14 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Frontier law

  1. This one makes more sense after reading the star-wars vs star-trek debates in-depth. The lousy shooting capabilities of the stormtroopers comes up fairly often.

    • What are you talking about? “Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship” is a classic misnomer. As in, the trope doesn’t actually apply to Star Wars troopers.

      • …And nobody’s going to comment on the fact that the Old West was way before the Star Wars books or movies came out?
        Oh, wait, never mind, see the slew of comments below.

      • Imperial storm troopers seem to have two distinct modes. When they’re up against expendable minor characters, they’re remorseless high precision killing machines. When they’re up against heroes, they can’t hit the broad side of a barn.

    • Why? Unless it hit him in the eye he probably wouldn’t even feel it! and moreover, Llewellyn would show up for a duel with a sword, not a pistol.

    • On the other paw, the .45 Colt “Peacemaker” (worn by WWII General George S. “Blood and Guts” Patton) with the original 40-grain black-powder load fired 255 grain bullets at about 970 feet per second (mach 0.87). That’s almost a half-inch hole going in; bigger going out. I’m pretty sure even a dragon would feel that, and get knocked down.

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