Double Pumping for Useful Information.
And I’m sure the good Doctor Who has plenty of information as long as Helga’s willing to keep pumping. She might even get to hear some of The Doctor’s naughty stories and get the opportunity to be in one her self. BOTH Portcall Uranus and Tentacle Tales made it to the top 100, so Tentacle Tales got an update yesterday (if it stays up there, then next Tuesday Vauna Dewme goes topless) and Portcall Uranus got a new page today. A new vote incentive is up for PronQuest as it’s still in the top 100, and somehow I was able to upload FORTY FIVE of the lost old updates starting with the close of the tentacle pumpkins, ALL of the Wench Wendy and Sam hentai sex scene and carrying right up to the first appearance of our two favorite Skellies and the beginning of Dicodemos’ Castle Cockenstein. I’m going to try to get at least two of the old comic pages reuploaded each day.

And discovered a info graphic of Dr Who villians through time.

Comic Dialogue
(If you have Wii Gloves for you wee little fingers it’s also electronic Braille.)

The Palace Doctor: “I wonder if my scarf is down here…”
Helga Hammerhands: “Screw the scarf, I know where to put your cock while you’re waiting your turn…”
The Palace Doctor: “Sometimes my brilliance astonishes even me. I wonder if you’d be interested in going on some adventures through space and time…”
Helga Hammerhands: “Mister, I AM an adventure!”
Purbert: “All right, get your friend and let’s get going.”
Libby Belle: “I dunno. She seems kind of busy…”
Purbert: ““Getting busy” yes, but we’re running out of time.”
Helga Hammerhands: “Huh?! How long have you two been standing there?”
Purbert: “Long enough to see you haven’t been working on the issue we came here to work on.”
Helga Hammerhands: “I have too! I’ve been pumping people for information…”
Purbert: “Humping people for semen is more accurate…”
Helga Hammerhands: “I’ll have you know semen is chock full of information, GENETIC information…”
The Palace Doctor: “Wait, are there TWO lines now? First things first, but not necessarily in that order. “