Leon Arnott (l) says: Really, the lack of visible walls or ceilings makes it painfully obvious that this is actually set on some kind of theatre stage instead of a fifteen-foot bathysphere.
Requiesat in pace, H. L.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says:
The bottom line is that the bottom line can be tweaked from the normal bottom line.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
Well, since you mentioned Chuck Jones, I might as well confess that when I read these strips, my twisted little mind animates them in the style of Fleischer Studios. Which is still about 40 years out of date, but whachagonnado?
Dan Knapp (dankna) says: "Bottom line" -- that was horrible!
Jeremy Berg (pisceneanteater) says:
I thought Mell had to leave her mounted cannon behind? Or did she just have to leave the big mounted cannon behind?
Also- Mell's lines in panels 3 and 4, and Helen's "Oh. I would have," complete with perfect accompanying facial expression? Classic.
Aaron Shades (prof_tinker) says:
I always imagine them as a sort of cross between chuck jones and the really good old Felix the cat cartoons. All scritchied up and everything. With an old Vaudville piano backround.
By the way: Best Wedding March EVER. Can I steal the Idea?
'Keiya' (keiya) says:
Break it into two pages and ad cheesy knock-off victorian ads.
Nick Alcock (nix) says: Keiya, exactly. See Neil Gaiman's _A Study in Emerald_ for the sorts of adverts that might do (although most of those ads are foreshadowing). Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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