30 Responses to Chapter 4 | Page 107

  1. Frank Harr says:

    Egad indeed.

    The French continuing to make friends.

    I’m joking, they’re by and large a fine people. They’ve just had a . . . colorful history with their neighbors. And linguistic minorities. And religious minorities. No more so than mot and bit less than some.

    Oh look, a puppy!

  2. jsfury says:

    How come Edger, or “Eger” as it’s pronounced in MIB, is so big? He’s even bigger then the two escorts with Alice and Dult. This is a strange place, this underworld. Oh, Happy New Year Matt, and thanks for the new page.

    • mvandinter says:

      There is a reason that they’re dissimilar in size and shape… but I’m more-than-open to reader theories.

      • Frank Harr says:

        I think it has something to do with “We were . . .” ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Thorin Schmidt says:

        He is a one-body-fits-all?

      • Yakumo says:

        Not too sensational theory 1) “Brother” is used as “the brotherhood of (whatever their kind is), not necessarily having the same parents. Along those lines, all in a tribe of clan, where the nuclear family is not so important, call each other brother (amongst the males).
        Not too sensational therory 2) a) they are a fairly long lived species, b) they continue to grow in adulthood, and c) Awger is significantly older than Dult.

        Oh, and on names, Alice totally mucked up Awger’s name at the end there. :p

    • Brother Parvus says:

      Edsger Dijkstra was a giant among men, so …

  3. Yakumo says:

    Ah yes. This brings us back some. Seems the…lack of sharpness…among this race was not just the queen’s henchman from waaaaaaaaaaaaaay in the beginning.

  4. Frank Harr says:

    Alice seems to be more comfortable than she was when she woke up. I guess the shock has lessened.

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