Chapter 4, Page 24on May 8, 2014 at 7:00 am
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She’s getting closer now!
Not a whole lot to comment on at the moment. Trying to decide if I shall do SF ZineFest or if the whole thing would just a waste of time, money and faith in mankind. New comic Monday.
EDIT: Make that Monday NIGHT. I’m drunk, found out I’m getting my hours / pay cut at work and belligerent from having to exhaustively explain to my parents at Mother’s Day dinner that the reluctance of Germany to assist Ukraine in resisting absorption into Russia is not, in fact, Obama’s fault.
Hope y’all had a better one.
I do hope they’re both okay.
Man, the detail on this page! This must have been a lot of work.
It was, and it was awful. Thank you for noticing. 🙂
It occurs to me that, from way up high, that evergreen forest bears an uncomfortable resemblance to the Tunguska Forest in Siberia in 1908…
Hahahaha! I looked up your reference, and I learned something new today!!!
Granted, Demonchat would be significantly smaller than most meteors, even post-atmospheric-entry, but considering all the momentum / air resistance he built up between the thwack of the broom and his landing, it’s entirely possible for him to do quite a bit of damage!
To himself as well, alas…
(I thought they taught kids about the Tunguska Meteorite in high school. Not in *my* high school, because when I was in high school they hadn’t figure out what it was yet, but once it was scientifically determined, I thought it was part of the science curriculum. Oh well – glad you learned something, and I know it’ll turn up here sooner or later!)