Leon Arnott (l) says: You drew yourself in panel 6 looking a little uncharacteristically facetious - a little... sarcastically ditzy? That might be an oxymoron but I'm sticking with it.
James Moar (dayraven) says:
"I don't know why he never wants to wear it in public"
Maybe because it should have a space in so it can be an Olaf Stapledon reference?
Would fixing Hulk be an easier or harder task now than then?
Daibhid Ceannaideach (daibhidc) says:
Ah, the days when it was remotely possible to fix Hulk. Before we'd even heard of the Red Hulk. Truly, 2005 was a simpler time.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
Comic strip plots should be like blue jeans. Comfortable, loose, something you don't have to think too hard about ... and the holes add characters.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: Dammit ... add "character".
Wayne (wayne) says:
AAAAND they're never seen again because the universe they're in cannot exist with a fixed version of Ang Lee's The Hulk.
Pete (westrider) says:
I love Andrew's interaction with his own Word Balloon during his response to Question 3.
Melissa Trible (tamtrible) says:
Ed: I suspect sometimes the holes add both character *and* characters...
Phil Goetz (shagbark) says:
Did readers actually notice all that?? Can't we get these people solving the national debt crisis or something?Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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