Paleolithic women must be afraid of ladders …
Haven’t you seen the banners? They swoop in dramatically on the backs of pterosaurs…
Ladders make paleolithic women turn pale…o.
No, they’re just afraid of paleolithic men looking up their paleolithic skirts while they’re climbing said ladders.
hmmm…. I wonder which way Philo’s reasoning will go here? Should Charlie ascend first for safety’s sake, or last for modesty’s sake???
Oh, you know me too well, Thorin… either that or great minds think alike!
Well, this is obviously leading to a tree house with a “No Girls Allowed” sign.
Awesome idea! My childhood clubhouses always had that sign!
I’m also going to use this opportunity to plug Franz Ferdinand’s Always Ascending because you can never have too much Franz Ferninand bar one obvious exception.
*Sigh* Obviously I need to say it.
Things are looking up. (but nothing underneath Charlie).
I was re-re-re-re-re-re-reading the prologue yesterday… These paleolithic Ladder Builders are WAY more skilled than Philo…
THAT ladder was intentionally rickety.
Yes, I recall Philo made a comment to that point, or more precisely, a lament to the failure of the ladder’s ricketiness to keep the unwanted away.
He’s covered the ceiling with obsidian to repel them.
My God, activity. When did this happen? I must confess, the colors in this comic, or the lack thereof, make me want to break out my 3-D glasses.
Hi jsfury. So, are you currently seeing a double image when you normally look at the comic, and the 3d glasses sync-up the stereo images?
He could be referring to the Chromadepth kind of 3D glasses. The printed image looks like a normal 2D image without them, but with them on some colors seems closer/farther away than others. I’m sure I’ve got a couplefew pairs of them salted throughout my comic book collection thanks to various issues of pre-industry-bubble-collapse Valiant Comics. Or was it Continuity Comics?
I must confess, I kinda miss some of the gimmicks that went into mid-90s comic books. I miss some of the publishers that died as a result of the collapse more.
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