Why did I keep wanting to do storylines involving large groups of identical characters? What was wrong with me?
Oh, well. The best part of this strip is Zeta’s paisley pants. Those are awesome.
I think I just picked Winnipeg because it’s a funny word. Also, it’s mentioned in my favorite episode of “The Simpsons,” the one where Bart rents a car with a fake I.D. so he can drive his friends to the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee. Sometimes a lot of thought goes into these decisions, sometimes…not so much.
Drawing Professor Madblood over and over gets real old, real fast, a lesson I should’ve remembered from the Moon storyline.
This is one of the strips you could probably show people to determine whether or not they’re likely to enjoy Narbonic. It sums up my entire sense of humor, somehow. Also it makes no sense unless you’ve read four years of archives.
Dave fiddles with his tie a lot. I’m not very creative about coming up with things for characters to do with their hands. Also, I think guys fiddling with neckties are cute.
That’s a pretty tasty-looking cake in the last panel. It’s like a prop cake they’d give a Muppet.
Yeah, this storyline is basically a collision of some of the strip’s weirdest and most disparate elements, in an effort to make sense of it all. Also, man did I have to squeeze a lot of long words into that second panel.
Who could have guessed that Dave would eventually get to the point where he could command a robot army? Admire him. He worked so hard to get here.