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  1. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 10 days ago

    Though not touched on all that much in the strip, other than Amesworth weapons were also used, so it may be possible that outlaying areas might not have been powdered, but may have received more conventional nuclear fallout. So even if left relatively untouched, still might not be useful. But even if it was mainly Amesworth, vast areas may have been exposed to the equivelent of fallout, and even if not totally powdered, could have had ground cover and top soil in effect stripped off by limited exposure. The acreage of a whole planet is really big, and it seems unlikely that there could have been enough weapons to burn/powder everything, (at the height of the Cold War, there was not actually enough weapons to burn everyone, not counting fallout) but still likely that the areas not struck would still be in poor shape.

  2. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    Contrails are not unique to jets, but air traffic in general would be a giveaway. However, there are “holes” in air traffic patterns that could be rationalized for the sake of the story. It would not be hard to have an occasional multi-engine prop job cruise by at a distance to help sell the situation though.

  3. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy about 1 month ago

    I like that the art style changed too.

  4. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    And you all forget that “civilized” only really means a city-based society, which has some levels of conduct needed to hold it together, but that’s all it is. Non-citizens usually don’t benefit from the privilages of the citizen, but have to comply with all the rules and more. And, the rules of a “civilization” can include slavery and cannibalism and whatever, as long as the city society endures. The Lizard folk may have specific codes of conduct, even well-codified laws, scrupulously adhered to, perfectly “civilized” , but it looks like those rules include rather nasty circumstances and outcomes for those on the outs.

  5. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Over and above any altercation, I suspect our heroes are going to have a “solent green is people” moment and things will get really ugly.

  6. steve gallacci commented on Barney & Clyde 4 months ago

    Best use of Moire I ever saw was a guy who did silk-screened t-shirt designs with each color master art done with shading sheets (guess how many decades ago that was) deliberately phased for Moire color blends. Great joke.

  7. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    At least the eggs are not reptillian. But the whole thing has so many levels of creepy and unanswereds that I’m not even going to try to speculate. Just hang on and go for the ride.

  8. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    Or, the locals are using an Orwellian slogan to rationalize austerity? Not that it isn’t true, but still, an over-used or automatic phrase like that would have my “what’s-really-wrong?” sense tingling.

  9. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    While five+ years might engender a new and unpleasant social mindset, the tone still seems like they were this way even before the War.

  10. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    The inter-universe suggestion might be a thing. Or a community (with issues) may have mutated en mas to one form and carried their issues with them? Or Aliens? Or Aaron is just messing with us? It doesn’t seem likely that they existed pre-war, otherwise. the notion of anthropomorphic animals would not have been such a shock.