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Endtown by Aaron Neathery for November 22, 2011

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    bikenboatn  about 10 years ago

    I must be slow. Still doesn’t make sense to me. And love the floppy pinkies.

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    LochNessPickle  about 10 years ago

    All large rockets are just giant fuel tanks with the motors stuck on one end and the payload on the other. You could destroy one with a slingshot if you knew what you were doing.

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    Sabreur  about 10 years ago

    My money is on “Catastrophic Re-Entry”. Even with no warhead, this thing is based on an ICBM. That’s a looooooot of rocket fuel if it happens to nose-dive on something important instead of going into orbit.

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    aneathery  about 10 years ago

    The Endtown mini-comic that I produced for Comicpalooza 2011 is now available to YOU for the offensively low price of $2.50 (price includes s&h, international add $1 for each copy ordered ). Besides sporting a snazzy full color cover, it contains an all-new 22 page story that is available nowhere else. And just because I feel like doing it, I’ll sign and personalize (if desired) each and every copy I mail out. Simply pay via PayPal using my email address, aaronneathery@gmail.com, and be sure to include your mailing address. If you can’t pay with PayPal, send payment to:Aaron NeatheryPO Box 920558Houston, TX 77292And, just so you know, I’m completely open to donations. The cat and mouse that live in my head will thank you. :-)

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    chireef  about 10 years ago

    cats pinkies are located high up on their leg. so the suit’s pinky would be empty

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    bikenboatn  about 10 years ago

    I thought the vestigial dew claw on cat legs was a thumb, not pinkie.

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    3hourtour Premium Member about 10 years ago

    …here’s the steeple…

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    Coyoty Premium Member about 10 years ago

    It makes sense to me. She’s been programming a replacement chip for Wally to swap in the rocket. The chip is programmed to blow up the rocket when Flask triggers it with the handheld. When the Topsiders examine the wreckage, it’ll look like a programming error or circuit glitch.

    When this is over, she’s going to have a lot of explaining to refuse to do about how she knows so much about Topsider technology. She can’t dismiss it by saying it’s not rocket science.

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member about 10 years ago

    blow it up on the pad and you take out all the support staff.

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    OdderOtter  about 10 years ago

    All they need is one well placed shot with the guns. I suspect that the guns have range. Actually they then need to get away, and if the shot was too close, that would not happen. But getting into contact range of the craft will be difficult.

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    jeffreysg  about 10 years ago

    Love this comic. I can never get enough.

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