Enjhuneer

Enjuhneer panel

Nothing says love like "Khaaaaaaan!"

RPInsider recently pointed out "Enjuhneer," a web comic by RPI student Jenny Blanchard. The strip follows Penny, a student at the "Enjuhneer Institute of Technology." From the about page:

Most of the stuff that happens in the strip actually did happen in one way or another in real life. I want to use Enjuhneer to share these stories as well as provide a distinctly different insider view of geek life and culture. Geeks are awesome, and in the strip you'll see why.

The panel above made us smile, because -- as should be clear -- "Wrath of Khan is an awesome date movie."

image: Jenny Blanchard

Comments

That's good ---but maybe this is a little more topical:

http://tinyurl.com/c5h7m3


I guess it all depends on just when your date yells out 'Khaaaaan!!!"


Pfffft. Personally, I would think that getting a pirated copy of The Watchmen before opening day would be a geek date dream. Or at least, my geek date dream.

Dear AOA community,

After thoughtlessly treading on the copyright of Jenny Blanchard's comic, I decided to revise my dumb parody. I hope this clears things up:

http://tinyurl.com/c5h7m3

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