So now Doc realizes he’s just messed up history….
G. M. O. T. !
Let me guess, Doc . . .
You did something you shouldn’t have done, I take it?
Steve Jobs Didn’t Invent the iPhone — But He Did Make it Happen.
I’m beginning to see how time got broken in the first place (maybe that’s why tacos don’t exist in this timeline)!
I am HAPPY with today’s strip. Ooola looks good. No scary expressions or distorted body. Hands and fingers don’t look out of proportion. Oop looks good also. Good job on today’s strip Mr. Lemon.
So he gave up his master copy of the game he designed because he saw the lock screen? The idea posited yesterday that he did so because he had seen a hand-held computer actually made sense. Doing so because of a lock screen really doesn’t.
Steve Hobbes? Oh, yeah, the developer of the ill-fated Chapple cell phone. Just a bit ahead of its time.
Ooola seems to be less top heavy in panel 3.
Since I’m already here (putting my Tuesday link to the Alley Oop story on yesterday’s comic), I figure that I may as well go ahead and put today’s link for Alley Oop on here, too:
Gee! Don’t ’cha hate it when ya get blindsided?
David’s Alley Oop Link:
I don’t think that Guz and Alley thought this thing through!
“Through a mis-understanding, hilarity ensues!”
My comment today is under Ink blot’s comment yesterday, which is in Reply to my comment yesterday beginning, I think today’s panel 3 is hilarious.
Chuck Berry learning rock n’ roll from hearing Marty McFly play it.
I’ve been meaning to ask for some time about the clothes they are wearing. Is Doc supposed to be wearing a leisure suit? Those were long gone by the mid-1980s. Also Ooola’s clothes seem like something a high school girl might wear, more likely from the early 70s when I was in high school, although the skirts were way, way shorter then. Oop could use his outfit any time in the last half-century.
I like that suddenly Ooola’s the smartest one in the strip