This is something I really do recommend, as the entire Unreal Tournament soundtrack is good for working to, especially my favorite track, "Foregone Destruction" (from the Facing Worlds level in outer space). I liked the game itself, too -- I've never been very into video games, but I found running around a maze nailing people with projectile razors very enjoyable. And the music does make anything you're doing seem very dramatic, especially if, like me in that comic, you're reading about US foreign policy in Asia and you've gotten up to one of the parts about North Korea.
I finished that book in the air on the way to California, but then there was the book about bonefishing in the Bahamas, which I had to edit between performances of Aglet's musical and games of Chutes and Ladders that I was roused from slumber at seven in the morning to play with him and six-year-old Luna, and articles my client at the UN was firing at me like projectile razors and demanding back within hours. This left me limited time to craft the next comic:
In summary, my nephew is beautiful and talented but needs to work on saying, "Deez nuts" like 98 percent less.