Those ninja will never be able to trust again.
They should have left only one ninja at the entrance. By the Inverse Ninja Law, he would have stood a chance.
If only! We might’ve ended up with an epic Cho vs Ninja battle that takes out half the forest. They could’ve summoned giant animals and screamed out attack names while they’re at it. It could’ve taken up the next 300 comic pages!
naaaaww… keep the formula that works for you. why mess up a great mix? Sure epic Cho battle would be grand but Cho moments like the one featured in today’s comic add up. Random thought time: you ever see A warrior’s dream? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTCBR9cnd7Q since each movement is just bits of cinematic history added to that particular moment making it epic. it just might be the same with Cho. end random thought”
that video is SOOO COOOOOL, my day is made, for seriously.
Well, I’ve read through this webcomic – it’s brilliant! I’ll keep checking back for some more crazy adventures. Its got a great combination of comedy and plot, just the way I like it.
Your opinion pleases me, Jerden.
Halo announcer: Betrayal! Lost the lead! gain the lead! Tied the leader!
I’m in love with this page, I have no words, just so funny. I wish my comment was more intelligent, but I’m too busy LOL. haha
The desired effect is achieved!
Can you provide an image of this sans dialogue and sound effects, please? I’ve got an idea for a remix.
how can I refuse such a request? I can not.
I’m looking forward to the remix; let us know when it’s ready!
Beware Cho The Betrayer!
Unfortunately, those of us in the know can’t claim him.
When opposition absolutely, positively needs to be knocked out without sounding the alarm, call on the blind monk!
Those ninjas were Choboozled!
I might have missed it, but… is there a RSS stream for this comic ? When you follow more than 60 webcomics, that’s about the single way to not forget half of them…
I too suffer below a hefty webcomic load. Here’s the RSS feed: http://nn4b.com/?feed=rss2
Thank you kindly. I just wish it was plainly shown on the website.
However, I wonder… Does the author get ad revenue when one reads directly from the feed ? I’ve seen many webcomics provide only links, but those who display the comic in the feed, don’t they lose traffic, and thus ad money ?
There’s a small loss in revenue, but it’s outweighed by happy readers who are then more likely to suggest the comic to friends and perhaps read through the archive once or twice and visit the site to post comments.
Since NN4B is a story-based comic, most readers on the RSS feed have already given us hundreds of paid page views.
Alex and I will continue to supply a feed containing a comic as long as it’s sustainable. Or we’d add a non-obtrusive ad to the RSS feed to make up for it. My only worry is if a 3rd party service used the feed to “host” the comic on their own sites without permission. That steals the bandwidth, readers, AND ad revenue.
Thank you for keeping that in mind, though!
Ok. I’ll try to continue and visit the site, instead of only reading from the feed, but I have to say it’s easier to remember when the RSS only informs of a new update
But I get your point, and I concur, I’d gladly recommend NNFB to my friends. It’s well-written, well-drawn, and a very good comic overall. Honestly, I guess it’s on par with titles like Gaïa, Girl Genius, Exiern… So, thanks for creating this comic, thanks for continuing to provide this content, and thanks for being reader-friendly.
Kzwix, French reader.
Cho is a good friend even to his new friends. I’m sure he hit them hard enough to make sure that when Ken finishes mowing the forest and comes to the cave they will still be unconscious.
The Tao says it’s ok to let old friends step on new friends a bit, but it’s not polite to let the new friends get KA-DOOSH!!-ed.
Oh my gosh! That was awesome. Cho is the BEST! LOL! I can’t stop laughing and re-reading the panels just to watch Cho’s actions with the ninjas. The ninjas are probably like “Curse your sudden but your inevitable betrayal!” LOL
They should’ve paid closer attention to Firefly.
Cho always has the funniest encounters with enemies.
- Called a ninja a walrus
- Stopped and arm with an earthquake
- Blended in inside a pointy hat shop
- took out 5 Wataro soldiers while having a calm discussion with Ina
He’ll have more such encounters soon. I guarantee it.
Than I shall definitely keep reading!