Leon Arnott (l) says: I hate to be the person who must point out that methane is odourless... but methane is odourless!
(Well, at least I don't have to be the person who points out that Madblood is wearing an airtight helmet.)
You did do a quite good job on the architecture. What's that term...? "Art noveau"? Well, there's a lot of that.
butsuri - (butsuri) says: He probably ran out of pomade.
kicking_ k (kicking_k) says: There is something about Madblood's lines in the first panel that is very "early Terry Pratchett". Reminds me of descriptions of Ankh-Morpork.
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says:
I like the Venusian wildlife in panels 1 and 3, especially that 3-eyed birdoid. The multiple moons, on the other hand... even if Venus had any moons, you couldn't see them through the clouds!
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
There is something about Madblood's lines in the first panel that is very "early Terry Pratchett".
Probably because Guards! Guards! repeatedly invokes the "city is a woman" metaphor.
Edwin Quantrall (reynard) says:
Leon Arnott says: "I hate to be the person who must point out that methane is odourless... but methane is odourless!"
It depends on where it's coming from. If it's coming out of the ground as part of a petroleum deposit; yes, it tends to be odorless. If it's coming from an intestinal source (i.e. a fart) or a landfill, then it will tend to smell like whatever food/bacterium or garbage was in closest proximity as it was being released into the atmosphere. (One exception being certain beans, which get their particularly pungent [and potent] smell from a high sulphur content.)
Tyler Wright (tylgar) says:
The first panel of this is beautiful. I was struck for a while just admiring it.Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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