Why does Poe feel this way? Maybe it's because writers put so much of themselves out there? Or because there's so much churning just under the surface? Any writers out there feel this way?
@GreyouTT - I'm with you! Once more into the breach, dear friends!
Regardless, I like swashbuckling Poe. Ready for battle.
@Supersheep64 - Absolutely right!
@Thief King - I think Poe might get to see that face a lot. :)
@RazorD9 - You might be right. 52 percent is much better than 3PO gave Han.
@eb - I can honestly say I never thought this comic would get a Flight of the Navigator reference. Haha, nicely done.
@francisco - Something tells me Poe would be a bit resistant to enlisting Delia's help with, well, anything. :)
@Mongoose - True!
@Mongoose - We are kindred spirits. :) I'm a big Amy Pond fan.
He's not only a writer, but he's famous too!
That makes him more important than at least 13 living humans!
I like Tripp's 'are-you-serious' face.
I think Poe wants to go just in case the clones are ready.
Beats trying to successfully navigate an asteroid field.
It's a better chance than David had in Flight of the Navigator.
It's a better than evens chance.
If he really is concerned about Coco and he's worried about the odds, then ask about alternative ways of rescuing her. Worst comes to worst, ask about the odds of bring a ghost back to this world so that he could enlist Delia should it not work out.
But Edger if he dise then your out of a job.
Its also a beter chance then Rose and the Dr had of surviving when they had to blow up the slevekian family
Poe's got a point, let's do this!