Bandit raids are actually turning out rather well for the local traders.
It’s convenient for the bandits since they get to say they are stealing from traders, while they effectively end up stealing from consumers, all without having to visit each of them individually.
Bandit-nomics at work.
Now to get a few bandits on the payroll in order to manufacture scarcity.
Wow, you just explained advanced economics in a few panels!
Next we do how a bill becomes a law and then photosynthesis!
I like that Ed set this payoff up early in the chapter playing the long game. I really enjoy the multi-part gag.
I sure hope we see man-of-extra-war-hammers again
Nice first panel. Multi-action panels are tricky to draw and you pulled it off well.
I assumed that the customer was simply brandishing his hammer inappropriately, and was referring to the potions being over-priced.
“Give a man a hammer and everything looks like a nail. *Sell* a man a hammer…”
Man is born with a hammer, and everything looks like it should be nailed.
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