Leon Arnott (l) says: That's one giant mug of coffee that Mell's holding. Did I say "giant"? Because I meant "medium size."
Dave III (dave_iii) says: Somehow the word "cripes" just doesn't suit Helen a'tall.
Katrina Twohundred (juniper200) says: I printed these out and hung them on the back of my dorm room door when they first were posted. I think that's when my roommate first started to be wary of me.
Steve Ford (sford) says:
I disagree about "cripes". It is SO Helen. As a midwesterner, I can attest to its use by people (of my generation) who avoid profanity.Forgivme my memory, but do we know where Helen spent her formative years?
Glen Williams (doctor_hu) says: This is about the point where I originally discovered Narbonic on its first run. The pixies remain some of my favorite moments in the Narbonic history.
Tommy McGuire (dave) says: "Insanity, Darkness, and C++ coding" is redundant.
Nahuel Méndez Diodati (chirigami) says:
"I used some panels from strips I already had scanned to see if anyone would notice. I don't think anyone did."
Hmm, I did notice. I read it some weeks ago, (Yeah, I read six years in two weeks or something... My parents started talking about some "Computer Addiction" or something... So I just HAD to look previous strips for those missing panels, then I realized a explosion and a destroyed wall would suit the future more than the past, so I just kept reading forward.
B Monk (bmonk) says:
Four posters? I only count three.
Oh well, as they say, there are three types of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can't.
Tyler Wright (tylgar) says:
Actually, there are four posters, but the Antonio Smith one isn't loading for some reason.
K. Williams (crazy_quill) says: Is this Artie's first appearance? Hello Artie! Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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