I hope, that this comment will not disappoint you... But I noticed a few grammar problems in the comic. I know, that my english is not perfect, but would you allow me to check the text before posting? I could fix them if I find anything wrong. I check my e-mail everyday, so this could work fairly well.
Well... my e-mail is *deleted* so you can send anything there.
About the errors, for example, in the strip: And freedom is not free, the word inadmissible doesn't exist. I don't know what did you try to express, but I think it was impossible or unacceptable. It would be much easier, if I would speak spanish... shit...
In Soldiers obey, Kor'la says: Go to fuck yourself. Yes, the proper sentence would be "Go and fuck yourself" but since Kor'la shouts this, and it is a common curse, the sentence conventionally is Go, Fuck yourself!
In the strip: They're there... anywhere, the word cristal is crystal, and mi brother is my, and the sentence: "My brother has no overwhelming combat skills... he is a diplomatic." is pretty unusual. English speaking persons rarely speak like that. Though in itself the sentence is correct. Personally I would have written that like this: "My brother has no combat skills, because... he is a diplomat."
Lastly... can you tell me, what the hell those zeds mean? In the bubble: "... To... zzwho??" I realized, that you use i prefix stuff and spanish contains upturned i-s and ?-s... And I was curious what they mean. Sometimes before sentences... pretty interesting.
I know this is a Tau comic but it feels good to look at the Imperial Aquila all of a sudden XD
Also, I'm detecting an immediate flaw in this plan... He is trusting the entire thing to the combat skills of the DEldar girl. No offense to her combats skills, but that sounds like a recipe for PHAIL right there ^^
in response to the guy who thinks he can tell you all about english grammer,though he dosnt speak good english himself. inadmissable is a word. go fuck yourself is quite acceptable and the only realy errors in these comics is spelling in some places... leave the english grammer for those who have english as a first language