CheeseWhisper wrote:The last panel of that Army of One page you linked... is the big reason why I know Doc and Hortense would never last.
this wrote:Maybe so, but look at this page. The clones has about 8 year study so it's a 1 to 4 that the year given in the current story is '98 or '99 (and '98 may not even work since school typically starts in fall)
Veya wrote:Also, is that Chuck in panel 2 of page 6? sure looks like him, and would make sense for him to try and follow Doc, since he most likelly believed he was involved in the zombie apocalypse.
skim172 wrote:I don't think that makes sense, actually - Chuck never met Doc, never saw Doc, never knew Doc was involved at all with the clones, didn't know even know they were clones. Also, he landed in 1979. Presumably, he's busy building his credentials as an astronaut for purposes of future mayoral elections.
I guess maybe Chuck might've kept tabs on Ben Franklin, and noticed the ninja student in the class, and mindful of ninja zombies kept an eye on him, but that seems a little contrived.
Chaos Sepher wrote:Is that fat jerk in the second panel really questioning the ethics of slaying jackass vampires that feed on women in the middle of the night? I love how the guy next to him looks like he is thinking "Yeesh, Is this guy for real?"
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