Looks like the lard came in handy as a shock absorber. Score 1 for fat!
Also. HAHA! Squishy platypus. But still I wouldn't mind being squished against that though. Damn I'm still jealous of the small barbed duck billed mammal.
Well Art could have been the bottom of the stack. For humor's sake it would have had to been the first panel. Followed by Kat thanking Art for catching her... then them looking for Leonard. and finally noticing a webbed foot sticking out of the indention in Art's stomach.Nighthawke wrote:At least Art didn't squish them in the process...
Talk about a triple stacker, with cheese!
Nebuchadnezzar wrote:I recall someone wondering if the ejector mechanism would look like a giant pinball plunger...now maybe i'm crazy but that thing at the right of panels 1 and 3 Could be seen as a pinball plunger, right?
Perhaps initially as the bubble was moving forward. Once it suddenly stopped, however, inertia would have thrown them towards the front for a nice painful splat.CBrate wrote:Nobody noticed that G-forces were pulling the wrong way?
When accelerating forward they should be squished against the back of the bubble.
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