B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart


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  1. Bruno Zeigerts

    Bruno Zeigerts said, 10 months ago

    I’ll go along with the last one. Especially the Amazonian size- of-a-dinner-plate spiders.

  2. hawgowar

    hawgowar said, 10 months ago

    But spiders do fly. All those flying webs this time of year and in the spring have tiny spiders attached.

  3. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 10 months ago

    When I lived in the upper Klamath Basin, the midges fed armies of spiders. One would walk along in the hills and every so often a tiny spider would fly by and its webline would stick to you. Always interesting to try to get them off because they were sticky. The antenna on the car would get a series of “streamers” of webbing during the spider-flying times of year.

  4. Vegas Viper

    Vegas Viper said, 10 months ago


    And so do Ladybugs…

  5. Krazgamer

    Krazgamer GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Ladybug, ladybug fly away home. They do fly but can’t fly during cold weather.

  6. Avid Reader

    Avid Reader said, 10 months ago

    @Vegas Viper

    Right, and the strip accounts for that…but you more often see them sitting around than flying.

  7. QuietStorm27

    QuietStorm27 GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    I absolutely agree with the last panel, I’m afraid of what they can do now, they don’t need any extra powers!

  8. GoodQuestion

    GoodQuestion GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Y’all left out Pop Fly . . . ☻

  9. JanCinLV

    JanCinLV said, 10 months ago

    And what in the world does this have to do with BC & friends?

  10. JPuzzleWhiz

    JPuzzleWhiz said, 10 months ago

    Is anyone else having trouble getting the comics to load?

  11. Ralph Ziggy

    Ralph Ziggy said, 10 months ago

    Some species of ants fly also. the black garden ant, for example, will grow wings for a mating flight, then tear them off afterwards. there are winged termite species too

  12. NoMo'ol'tomcats

    NoMo'ol'tomcats GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Asian Giant Hornets are quite sufficient substitutes for flying spiders.

  13. swr

    swr said, 10 months ago


    I recall reading about a study done back around WWII or just a bit later, where they took a bomber up and opened the bomb bay doors and lowered fine nets. came back with thousands of bugs including spiders sailing along at thousands of feet up.

  14. sueamarlucan

    sueamarlucan GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Agree whole-heartedly!

  15. markjoseph125

    markjoseph125 GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    As hawgowar pointed out, some spiders do balloon, attached to bits of silk and carried by the wind. A really fascinating read is “Spider Silk” by Leslie Brunetta and Catherine L. Craig

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