Painfully Employed

The current story arc starts here.

  • Clay Campbell Esq

    Yeah; Taco Tuesday. That was going a bit too far.

  • Pinkk

    lol Also, nice to see she didn’t kill anyone, even if they wish they were (villain lackey is never a safe business).

  • Sabrina Pandora

    She’s willing to pony up for a vision plan but not dollar tacos on Tuesday? Rhegan, your priorities, girl…

    • KCGarza

      YOU CAN’T, ALWAYS GET, WHAT YOU WA-AAAWNT~~

      • Sabrina Pandora

        Well, not like she’s gonna let them run riot in the henchmen cafeteria if they don’t get their tacos. We all saw what she did to poor Jerry…

    • GamerKale

      Well, vision and dental will basically come out of their paychecks, or would if she had any idea how to run a business. I suspect she will grow tired of this novel experience before too much longer and hand the keys back over.

  • Chris Waters

    The part of supervillainy that they don’t tell you about: micro-management.

    It’s why even super-geniuses like Lex Luthor have a hard time at it.

  • Pinkk

    Due to a recent talk with a boss, I have to wonder, what does being a henchman pay? If they’re good at their job and got what their boss wanted (you’d think so if they’re still around) wouldn’t they have quite a bit of money themselves?

    • niauropsaka

      Illegal enterprises often lack formal labour contracts and profit-sharing.

  • Surrealfixx

    I love that she clearly decided to go with her initial idea of knocking over an IHOP at some point, given the many pancakes behind her.

  • Jesse Henson

    Poor… pffft… Jer… heh… ry… BWAHAHAHA! I’m concerned about how funny I found “I want to die.”