Now that there is a beautifully subtle reference to good old Dr. Nick. (Flux capacitor, indeed!)
Watched good TV for over 55 years (still remember prime-time first-run Twilight Zones) and I will say, Good Omens was the best TV I’ve seen on the subject (Armageddon), ever.
R. Buckminster Fuller saw such patterns from Universe-sized to Atomic-sized, and did so well at predicting the resulting effects the scientific world eventually informally name a Carbon molecule a “Bucky Ball.” His two volume treatise on the geometrical organization of reality is a tour de force of scientific insight into how existence itself comes together.
I once read a book that described a possession a character had as “something exciting like a Christmas decoration that he could take out and look at any time.” My Herbies have been like that ever since that fateful day on a pheasant hunt when I found the Fat Fury going back in time in his Grandfather clock with the correct lollipop. And to this day I have never met a human being (in person) who had even heard of him. If not for the ’net I would think they had slipped here from another dimension, one with one hell of a better sense of humor than this one….
Love your avatar, Baron
Yes! the Cosmological Constant. We geeks were heartbroken that the Great Nose had passed before that was announced. I would dearly love to know what he would have said about that, even though I am still primitive enough to enjoy my digital watch.
But, what is the question? Those dang Golgafrinchans and their Ark Fleet Ship B! We still don’t know!
Close shave! Best use of Oc’s razor I’ve seen yet.
How sad.I grew up watching her and George Reeves.Thanks.
Keep it up!Been reading comics in all forms for over 50 years and this is one of the good ones.The characters are good, the art is fabulous, and the plotting is interesting. You always keep me wondering where you’re going with the story and you don’t disappoint. It may be sad or funny, but I identify with many of your characters, personally and professionally, as I work in an E.R.In fact, that’s how I got my latest dirt-bike.One of my patients severely injured his calcaneal tendon when his 250’s foot peg went through the back of his ankle after he failed to negotiate the effects of gravel and gravity.Knowing he would be out for the season, if not for life, I bought his bike and now enjoy it year-round.(Of course, I wear full-on combat-gear when I ride so when I go down, the only thing hurt is my pride…)Anyway, this is a fun strip and I look forward to reading it.Thanks