“Duck Avenger: Second Draft” in 5 panels

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Because the timeline has been altered, I’m now CEO of a giant company, but I have also become a less likable and somewhat shallow person. And in order to save the world, I have to give up this life of grandeur and become a punching-bag character once more.

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Duck Avenger treated me with decency even though I’m an android. Being treated like an equal inspired me to start a rebellion and change the timeline in order to make the world a better place for androids... but that just results in the androids becoming the oppressors, something I do not want either.

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I’m an android, and I have to deal with being treated like a piece of equipment by my douchebag human bosses. Yet I STILL decide not to join the android rebellion because my independent mind also gives me a sense of duty as a Time Police agent.

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Androids are meant to be free, but they aren’t ready to handle that freedom just yet. The sad truth is that they just have to tough it out and be the humans’ servants for a bit longer.

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My friend sacrificed her life in order to save me as well as proving that she was not an obedient machine. Her dead body could be repaired, but that would be the same as treating her like a broken fridge, not an individual. Machines can be repaired, people can’t.

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... How the HELL did Donald Duck comics become this dark!?

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