And more kitchen utensils! Potheads? Panhandlers?
Of course. Why wouldn’t there be more pots and pans?
And seriously, so useful in many ways. Stronger than any weapon they probably have. Decent head protection (except in heat). And they can still cook things in them!
Johnny Appleseed approves this functional fashion choice!
And, don’t forget, they make a bold fashion statement!
Well, we have two using them as hats, but one holding it as if ready to swing as a club so far.
Best. Excuse. NottouseFrench. Ever
(to answer Charlie’s un-asked question)
Brilliant! I want to live in Hammerspace!
Just not *his* hammerspace.
I think in his case, maybe closer to anvil space?
And the comic still lives. Looking forward to the next page. 😉
Me too. I wonder what it will be.
I have this feeling that we are meeting the last remnant of un-enslaved humans here in Unearth. (The rest under the control of Queenie)
My wonderment is: are they un-enslaved because of craftiness and guile in avoiding it?
Or was it just that they weren’t good enough material for oppression and slavery?
The secret is their mind-control-blocking iron headgear.
So much more effective than that flimsy tinfoil!
The tin-foil hat theory might also explain the absence of females.
Either that, or they are in the next cave up and have better sense than to mix with the likes of Stinky and Ogg and the boys.
Or maybe all these women willing work with them queen, because they’re there overseers for their men.
Next cave up? Like a stone age condo tower?
I’ve got a question about the other comic up there. I’m more of a Code Monkey myself, so I might be interpreting it incorrectly.
To me, it looks like everyone is glued to their smartphones instead of working.
Instead of working? That doesn’t seem possible. They must all be compiling builds.
ah.. I was thinking maybe they were some kind of funky drawing tablet or something.
That would explain all the ones and zeroes, it takes a lot of bits to compile a build.
In my experience “I’m compiling a build” was the go-to excuse for programmers doing anything other than their job.
OH! see, that’s where I got confused. I thought that was room full of artists. Now that I know it’s a room full of developers. Now it makes sense.
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