Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry

Over the Hedge

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  1. Laura Thomas

    Laura Thomas GoComics PRO Member said, about 24 hours ago

    Didn’t they say they thought it was around 1000 f or was that just near the spot?

    Just to be safe, I would say melted corpses with a wind blown, slightly tussled look to them.

  2. Spazoid

    Spazoid said, about 24 hours ago

    @Laura Thomas

    Might depend on how deep in the atmosphere you go.

  3. Bruno Zeigerts

    Bruno Zeigerts said, about 23 hours ago


    Or crushed corpses …

  4. Juice- Bruce

    Juice- Bruce said, about 21 hours ago

    Can not call people on Jupiter……..no cell service…

  5. PocosDad

    PocosDad said, about 18 hours ago


  6. alien012

    alien012 said, about 18 hours ago

    @Laura Thomas

    Heat+pressure+carbon (which is what bodies mostly consist of) = diamonds.

  7. cookienut

    cookienut GoComics PRO Member said, about 17 hours ago

    I read recently that some scientists believe “we earthlings might have the giant planet (Jupiter) to thank for our very existence.” Google The Grand Tack Scenario for more information. So instead of saying thank God, maybe we should be saying “thank Jupiter!” ;)

  8. Jbach67

    Jbach67 GoComics PRO Member said, about 16 hours ago

    Actually, it depends on where “on Jupiter.”

    From wiki – "The temperature in the clouds of Jupiter is about minus 145 degrees Celsius (minus 234 degrees Fahrenheit). The temperature near the planet’s center is much, much hotter. The core temperature may be about 24,000 degrees Celsius (43,000 degrees Fahrenheit). That’s hotter than the surface of the sun!

  9. Rick Smith

    Rick Smith GoComics PRO Member said, about 14 hours ago

    Wouldn’t they be toasty corpses? Jupiter is rather hot.

  10. Black4dder

    Black4dder GoComics PRO Member said, about 14 hours ago

    A few years ago when NASA sent a probe into Jupiter, I noticed that the point at which the pressure got to about 1 earth atmosphere was where it was about room temperature. Too bad the atmosphere there is completely toxic. And being mostly hydrogen/helium might make it challenging to get something to float.

  11. Tom Flapwell

    Tom Flapwell said, about 3 hours ago


    That’s Arthur C. Clarke’s word for them.

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