Breakpoint City

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Breakpoint City
Author(s) Brian Emling
Update schedule Irregular
Launch date June 30, 2000
End Date Continuing
Genre science fiction, comedy
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Breakpoint City is a webcomic by Brian Emling. A science fiction/comedy series, it began on June 30, 2000,[1] and contains furry elements.


Breakpoint City tells the story of inventor Ben Megawatt, who invents a time machine and, along with Dan (his pet dog), makes a one-way trip into the future.[2] The titular Breakpoint City is the nation's first hovering city, built in Summit County, Ohio, USA.


The characters in Breakpoint City are:[3]

Main characters[edit]

  • Benjamin F. Megawatt, an inventor. Whilst travelling to the future, he was transformed into a supercharged, electricity-conducting hero. He now defends Breakpoint City using his scientific talents and keen eye for invention.
  • Dan, Ben’s pet dog, who has been given the gift of speech via a special translato-collar.
  • Sofia, a professional super-heroine, and one of the first future residents that Ben and Dan meet.

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Waffledog, Dan’s alter ego (at least in his mind). Waffledog dreams of a life of crime-busting, and delicious baked goods.
  • Milo Schroedinger, a cat with a better-than-thou attitude who has decided to be Dan’s new friend.
  • Tack "Tacky" Turkey, a giant talking gamebird who runs a restaurant.
  • Dr. Ebenezer Mizkit, a brilliant scientist driven mad by allegations of ripping off other inventors. He is Ben’s token arch-rival.
  • Zaltor, an outer-space extra-dimensional emperor.
  • Master Plan, a most-feared robotic bounty hunter.
  • Kira Earhart, an up-and-coming bounty hunter on the galaxy.
  • Mort the Eggplant, an anthropomorphic eggplant.


  1. "The Arrival" on the Breakpoint City website. Dated June 30, 2000. Retrieved April 13, 2013
  2. About page on the Breakpoint City website. Retrieved April 13, 2013
  3. Cast of Characters on the Breakpoint City website. Retrieved April 13, 2013

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