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Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: I dunno if I'd call Samus a crossdresser. Bulky power armor and 8-bit graphics tend to obscure gender.
Lady Asphodel (ladyasphodel) says:

I think the theory is that bulky power armor is masculine. Presumably feminine armor either doesn't exist (war is often considered intrinsically masculine in Western culture) or else consists of a chainmail bikini.

Hmm... Tip in a chainmail bikini....

Paul Kory (daved) says:

Samus's adventures have almost invariably consisted of efficiently slaughtering her way through significant portions of a planet and/or space station to reach her goal of killing something particularly important.  She never even talks to anybody (outside of implied talking in introductions) for, what, the first three games?  How much more masculine can you get than landing in uncharted territory and killing everything in sight with absolutely no backup?  ...well, okay, I guess to be *really* masculine she'd have to have a love interest in dire need of rescue, too.  (Hm.  "Sorry Samus, but your prince is in another space station"?)

Naomi H (starbright) says: I don't know whether to hope someone immediately comes up with fanart of Tip in a chainmail bikini, or hope that no one ever, ever goes there.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Tip's getting there.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: I refuse to make any crude jokes about the "Screw Attack".  Wait ... dammit.
Pete Bleackley (petethemadscientist) says: Something tells me there's endless comic potential in any scenario where Tip absolutely has to wear men's clothing.
Jeremy Berg (pisceneanteater) says: @Pete Bleackley: I am reminded of a girl I knew in high school who only wore long skirts, never pants.  Halloween of senior year, she came to school in jeans.
Cris Fisher (chrysilla) says:

@ Pete & Jeremy:  Eddie Izzard often wears pants in his stand-up DVDs, but they are still part of a charming or hawt ladies outfit.

 I like the idea that Tip is an executive transvestite who wants to be promoted to action transvestite! :-D

Rex Schrader (saintpeter) says:

@Peter and Jeremy:

I knew a guy in High School that once came to school in a hippie dress.  I asked him what the deal was and he said it was the first piece of clothing he picked off the the floor in the morning.  Best excuse ever for cross-dressing.

Cool, apperenrlty, is being able to wear a skirt to school without anyone else batting an eye.

Connor Harris (connor) says: I find if you wear women's clothing once or twice to school, people don't question it. Dresses and high heels are fun but black lipstick is kinda guady now that I think about it.
James Rice (jhrice) says: I started work as a lowly tech, and only wore jeans, tee shirt, and tennis-shoes to work.  For Halloween, I came in a full business suit with briefcase.  Almost no one recognized me. 
Dave Corbett (mr_dave) says:

Sophia Luden (ladyasphodel) says:

Hmm... Tip in a chainmail bikini....

Aaand now I have to go floss my brain... 

Joyce Melton (halfelven) says:

To the tune of Michigan Rag (by Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese)

Every girl wants to see Tip in Drag

Every girl want to be Tip in Drag

Every Queen and Nance and Mary

From Roswell to Tucumcari

Muck, luck, tuck the Transvestite

Bogue, drogue, vogue the Transvestite

Jump, bump, pump the Transvestite Drag!

That lover'n Dra-a-ag! 

Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says: "war is often considered intrinsically masculine in Western culture" - Are there Eastern or Subequatorial cultures that do not consider war an intrinsically masculine occupation? I mean cultures that actually have both genders - Amazons don't qualify.
Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says:

Tip in chainmail bikini == chest hair entrapment

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Armor BITE!
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Either those tennis balls are gonna hit orbit, or (being non-magnetic material) go nowhere at all, depending on the level of mad in the science. Either way, Sweetheart will likely be disappointed.
James Rice (jhrice) says: There's probably enough Diamagnetism in the rubber to make them fly a little ways.
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: The problem is, a gauss cannon is built on the assumption of ferromagnetism, diamagnetic effects push the other way. So the ball would either jounce around randomly or simply be crammed farther down the barrel. :) Maybe it'd bounce back out, maybe it'd just break.
Rob (rrreed) says: And here we have a textbook example of the difference between a Mad Scientist and an Evil Genius. Have to wonder just what sort of therapy those puppets of Tip's are for, though. A Gumby with an antenna?

Personally, I'm betting that Unity hasn't bothered to remove the projectiles from the gauss cannon prior to stuffing the tennis balls into the barrel, rendering the ferromagnetic/diamagnetic discussion moot.
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says: Nope, a gauss cannon induces a current in an object and pushes against the magnetic field created by the current. But most tennis balls are pretty good insulators -- unless they're wet. Now, how could we get them wet, Sweetheart?
Rob (rrreed) says: @Joyce: Are you sure you're not talking about a railgun? A Gauss cannon is essentially a fancy solenoid with a ferromagnetic projectile for the core, while a railgun makes use of the Lorentz force like you're describing.

And I love the look on Dr. Lee's face in the fourth panel, as it finally sinks in that she is no longer in control of the situation!
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Eep.
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says:

A railgun runs a current through the projectile by means of contacts, a gauss gun induces a current. Wikipedia's entry describes a coilgun which fires a ferromagnetic projectile but this is not the only way it can work. We built a gauss gun in college that would fire any toroidal object that would carry a current. Aluminum bushings worked fine and aluminum is only weakly paramagnetic. Copper bushings worked even better but left circular marks in the walls of the physics lab, like tiny vertical crop circles. :) 

And what a lovely noise it made: ssSpt-ANNG! 


llearch n'n'daCorna (llearch) says:

There's an easy solution to all this Gauss Cannon problem. Just drop a steel ballbearing into the tennis ball.


Provided you pick the right size, it won't rip out the other side of the ball as you fire it...

Krid OCaign (krid) says: If it's hitting Mach 7 over a ~1m distance then I doubt the tennis ball will survive anyway.
NigaiAmai Yume (nigaiamai_yume) says: May I just say, I adore the quality of scientific geekery this comic attracts? ^-^
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE:  "Summertime Blues" by Eddie Cochran)

Now I got me some tennis balls, gonna have a lotta fun!
Now I got a Gauss cannon, or maybe it's a railgun!
My boss gonna chase it and bring it right back!
("Now fetch the ball, Sweetheart, you'll get a Scooby Snack...")
I never know what I'm a-gonna do!
If my arm comes off, stick it back with super glue!

Rob (rrreed) says: @Joyce: <slaps head> I forgot about induced current variants of the gauss cannon, mea culpa. We wouldn't have (linear) induction motors or magnetic eddy current brakes, otherwise.

@NigaiAmai Yume: Tears for Fears said it best: "Everybody wants to rule the world."
Paul-André Hamel (tek27) says:

No, no, Rob. Everybody wants to take over the world. Makes for a great hobby. Once the world has been conquered, the fun is over, thus most people are NOT interested in ruling the world... Too much work!

And, having put some thought into it, I've discovered that the good science is all mad, to a lesser or greater extent. Once all the madness has been worked out, you're not inventing anymore, you're engineering. And as an engineer myself (not the train kind) I can honestly tell you that inventing is FAR more interesting!

Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:

I love my comments section.

Of course, what you're all forgetting is the mysterious, deadly, highly explosive alien substance in the core of all tennis and golf balls, which is probably also ferromagnetic.
llearch n'n'daCorna (llearch) says:

@Krid: True. Although the pieces will go a long way. Can you say "giant shotgun"?;-]

@Shannon: Oh, come on. Haven't you ever had a dog take a golf ball apart?

Tennis balls are obviously filled with magic smoke. Golf balls, on the other hand, are filled with string, and a very very small black rubber "thing" in the middle. Nothing mysterious about them at all...

James Rice (jhrice) says:

I have to take exception with this: Once all the madness has been worked out, you're not inventing anymore, you're engineering. And as an engineer myself (not the train kind) I can honestly tell you that inventing is FAR more interesting!

I am also an engineer, and I feel that you aren't actually inventing anything until you start building, and that is engineering.  Everything that comes before that is merely hypothesis.  Science makes theories.  Engineering makes toys.

I want my happy-fun ball! 


Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: For what it's worth, VMMM is the correct sound of a gauss cannon prepped to fire. :)
Eric Burns (ericburns) says:

"@Shannon: Oh, come on. Haven't you ever had a dog take a golf ball apart?"

Dog saliva is a powerful substance. It's known to be (generally) sterile, largely antiseptic, and one of only four known substances that can counteract the explosive instability of certain alien substances once they're directly exposed to our oxygen/nitrogen atmosphere.

Steve Ford (fordsfords) says:

YAY, the PUPPETS are back!

Are they named Goodtouch and Badtouch? 

Connor Harris (connor) says: They are probably going to run out of tennis balls really quickly. Well, usable ones anyway. They dont hold out very well at speeds over 700 mps. Not the one we get in Texas anyway...
Rob (rrreed) says: As another engineer, I agree with James, and add that a lot of the stuff we generally refer to as "Mad Science" is really "Mad Engineering". It's one thing to work out why and how things work; it's another to take that knowledge and apply it in new ways — like TRYING TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD! Frink.

@Shaenon: Now, if Webcomics Nation would just add some of your forum software's capabilities to their comment sections…
Hope Eternal Reigns (hopeeternalreigns) says:

Hi, I'm new nere and have been following "Skin Horse" for a few days. Would it be possible to see the comics from the beginning? I would very much like to understand some of what is going on.


with love,



Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says:

Hope: Hit the little double arrow below the comment box below this post. It's the one that looks like a mirrored G-rune that fell over and turned inside out. That will take you to the beginning.

For complete context on some of the comments,  go to the pulldown menu at the very top of the page and read all of Narbonic. Then google Girl Genius and read all of that. 

Cat Bascle (mage_cat) says: @ Hope:  If your looking at the same page I am (which I'm pretty sure you are to post a comment) at the top of the page, under the logo of the strip are a few links.  The first one is "Table of Contents".  That will bring you to a page of links to each week of strips and each Sunday feature.  I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
Cat Bascle (mage_cat) says: Sorry for the double post.
Dave Corbett (mr_dave) says:

Krid OCaign (krid) says: If it's hitting Mach 7 over a ~1m distance then I doubt the tennis ball will survive anyway.

Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Fire!

Erm, perhaps not... 

Melissa Trible (tamtrible) says:

On the guys-in-skirts issue: the guy who was voted "best dressed" at my high school, my senior year, routinely wore long flowy skirts.

It was a very strange school, though.

Michael Martin (mcmartin) says: So, does she risk demotion to Monkey or to Franciscan Friar?
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says: I'm pretty sure someone will presume 'both' to be the correct answer, but both would be a capuchin capuchin. It would have to be one, the other, or something else we've not yet considered.
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Either way, the hairdo wouldn't be flattering.
Erin Palette (palette) says: I wouldn't mind being busted down to a cappuccino, myself...
Rob (rrreed) says: I wonder what "extreme measures" entail in this case. Somehow I doubt it involves the Whirligig program being canceled. General Sal's higher-ups obviously want Whirligig badly for something. Maybe some more straightforward washing of Nick's brain than the homunculus map program?

Hmm… Sal's Brain Wash & Style — now with drop-off service!
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says: Hmm. Still no feet. :)
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: A monkey, mm? Egads!

You know, you've got to wonder what they want this thing for so badly...
John Wells (johnwwells) says: I suspect that, to Nick, "idiot," "moron," and "dork" are practically terms of endearment and respect. I mean, relative to his normal vocabulary...
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

If they do that to the General, could she retaliate using gorilla tactics?

Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: I wonder what "extreme measures" entail in this case.They'll bust Nick down to Emil Legassi's food processor.
Hope Eternal Reigns (hopeeternalreigns) says:

Thank you to Tiff and Catherine for the way to read Skin horse from the beginning. WOW!!! That was a lot of comic to read in one night, BUT FUN!!!!! To Shaenon and Jeff - ONE HUGE THANKS for posting this comic for me to read, and a question. Why does tip have body and leg hair, I mean as a 'dyed-in-the-wool' crossdresser wouldn't he have gotten rid of it one way or another? He's REALLY cute!!! (And I'm a 'dyed-in-the-wool' lesbian male for goodness sake.)


with love,



Jeremy Berg (pisceneanteater) says:

. . .so perhaps Dr. Lee is neither an evil genius nor a mad scientist, but instead just one fo those scientists who wants to work at the highest level of her discipline, regardless of where the money comes from.  Which has now become a problem.

Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:

HER: Tip has body hair because he thinks he looks cute that way. It's really hard to talk him out of things like this.
Camille Dumas (camidumas) says: He _does_ look cute that way.
Rob (rrreed) says: @Johnn: But then, would Nick blend?

@Jeremy: In other words, Dr. Lee is slipping from Mad Scientist to Reluctant Mad Scientist.
Mikhail Borg (mikhailborg) says: It's all about the attitude. Ladies will go for a cross-dresser with body hair and even a neatly-trimmed full beard, as long as he's rocking the attitude properly.
Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: I remember seeing a photo of Ru-Paul, the famous cross-dresser, not wearing his drag outfit, but a very well made suit and tie in an article in People magazine some years ago. Honestly, he looks hotter as an actual man than he does as a cross-dresser (and the black woman standing behind me in queue at the Super Target said as much). And maybe there's something to that in why Tip and other cross-dressers do what they do.
Bo Lindbergh (blgl) says: I still say there's too much violence and not enough sex in video games.
Ray Phoenix (graypheonix) says:

And I point out that you have not seen enough anime porn games, have you?

 This also includes yaoi ones, which aren't nearly as fun to watch or play as the real thing, heh.  

William Hostman (aramis) says: Please tell me nick isn't equipped with tentacles... he seems the hentai type...
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says: But aramis, wouldn't a helicopter with tentacles just be SO BOSS??!
Jon Stout (brasswatchman) says: ... cthulhu 'copter?
Rob (rrreed) says: Regarding a Cthulhu 'copter: read A Colder War and get back to me.
William Hostman (aramis) says:

Halfelven: you do know what hentai is, yes? If not...

I mean, yeah, sure, a tentacle porn fiend in a helicopter body does have some serious buddy refuelling gags built in... 

Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: So, the Hentaicopter would fire *ahem* fluid projectiles from its tentacles at machine-gun velocity?

Which mean, of course, that today's musical selection would be the theme from "Peter Gunn".
Stellar Ash (stellar_ash) says:

In a case of fact being almost as strange as fiction:


The article doesn't say what type of AI is being used, but it does say that carrier landing and take-off is among the most difficult for humans.

And since that type of constantly changing enviroment is extremelyt difficult to program for, maybe Nick has a unknown "cousin" named Tammy?

Krid OCaign (krid) says:

I would doubt that, since current neural interfaces are laughably unreliable and we lack the ability to maintain a brain outside the head.

Besides, while humans may be adaptable between wildly divergent situations, a human mind can't match the _reaction time_ of an electronic system. Humans can't really get down much below 0.2s, and if distracted can take several full seconds to respond. A computerized system, however, can respond to situations that are within it's tolerances in thousanths of a second _at their worst_.

Returning to the point of adaptability: Nick is still capable of some day take-up gardening, but the X-47B just plain can't.

Edwin Quantrall (reynard) says:

"The X-47B, in fact, will be one of the first true killer robots, able to conduct a mission using live weapons without needing to communicate with pilots or even supervisors on its mother ship or back in the USA."

Whoa! "Stealth" meets "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines"! The only thing missing is an all-powerful string of computer code to rule them all...

(I, for one, welcome our new Cybernetic Overlords.)

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: I am surprised the structure behind Dr. Lee is not demolished by hypersonic projectiles yet.
Mark Orr (agentoracle) says:

If Unity is using it as a tennis ball launcher, she's aiming high to get good range.


So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Heh.
Terry Smith (wcfan) says: Again, wait 'till they install your Vulcan Canon kid - you won't miss your penis for a minute.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "Swinging On A Star" by Bing Crosby)

Wanna be a brain in a jar?
You can fly and travel quite far!
You can even go off to war ...
Or would you rather fly a MiG?

Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: If they can just get the nutrient fluid to taste like Cup-o-Noodles, Nick has it made.
Rob (rrreed) says: I hate to be the first to bring this up, but given the known history of Dr. Lee and Unity (er, U.N.I.T.Y.)…

What happened to Nick's body?
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says:

Who has got my body?

That body used to be me?

Who's doin what with my body?

That body used to be me!

Oh I'm so soft and boneless

Since my body up and left me!

Won't some body help my loneliness

Sing lovesongs to the brain that is me! 

Hope Eternal Reigns (hopeeternalreigns) says: I just hope Nick's life really does improve, if it was as bad as Dr. Lee intimates. 
Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: Bad to Dr. Lee, perhaps; Nick seemed to be (obscenely modified) happy with his (perverted behaviour modifier) life  just the way it (disgustingly modified) was.
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Enny plen where you get yoor HAT insoolted iz BAD PLEN.
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says: Dave, you left the island just to steal my joke? Jaegermonsteren references aside, I love the poses in panel three.
M. Alan Thomas II (crazydreamer) says: Someone needs to upload Nick a copy of the Brainship books.  ("The Ship Who Sang", etc.)
Rob (rrreed) says:

"Yes, well this is not at all uncommon. In certain mental states we find that auditory hallucinations occur which are of a most…

"Is that
We're All Going to the Zoo Tomorrow?"
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: @DvD: Exactly.
David Given (dg) says:

Someone needs to upload Nick a copy of the Brainship books.  ("The Ship Who Sang", etc.)

Yeah, but Nick'd just think they're gaaaaaay. Try Iain M. Banks.

Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: The hat is ok, but that skirt!  It looks like it was discarded by an Atavistic Jungle Woman, or something!
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

For another tragically insulted hat, click on:

Jeremy Berg (pisceneanteater) says: Wait- Nick has fashion sense?
Kevin (ofscience) says: @Jeremy: How could he have fashion sense?  He insulted Tip's hat!
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