Leon Arnott (l) says: Miss Narbon's arrow-tipped umbrella is very pretty.
Fun fact: prior to 1910, the only metals available to mad scientists were copper alloys.
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says:
that's one freaky-looking mechanical hand
But hey, the whole victorian biomorphism thing is kind of a running joke anyway, as you drift from giant fish-ships to giant fish in ships... hmm, there's a deep-fried joke in there somewhere.
Lenore Hoyt (landsnark) says:
<i>What sort of anti-gravity moongoing bathyscape doesn't have a grappling arm?</i>
I rarely laugh out loud at my computer, but for some reason this page really got to me. I started laughing at this line and didn't stop for the rest of the page. I *love* this page.
Incidentally, I thought the word was "bathyscaphe," but Wikipedia lists -scape, -scaphe and -scaph as acceptable endings, then proceeds to switch between them throughout the entry. Reminds me of a lot of other multiple-author works I've seen.
Amity McGinnis (calamityjane) says: I like the nails on Dave's soles.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: I second Lenore's comment ... that line of Helen's in the first panel literally had me laughing aloud as well. You might as well question the rationale of equipping a ladies' parasol with a spring-loaded harpoon. It just works.
Joseph Garvin (dapper_anarchist) says: I like "this adventure is just growing peculiar"... Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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