13 Responses to Prologue 3 | Page 40

  1. Ah-ha… I see where this is going. (It’s about bloody time, too!)

    • mvandinter says:

      Sorry. I’m afraid I can’t draw it as fast as you can read it.

    • Ed8 says:

      Really? I don’t know; seems impossible to me. A tunnel of that size? Why, they would need some sort of giant machine, one which was designed for digging, a “giant digging machine”, if you will, to accomplish that, and where would they find anything like that on such short notice? It’s not as if there’s a giant digging machine store.

      Also: Some girls are just never happy – no matter how many guns you give them, they just can’t seem to find one they like. Don’t you just hate that!

      • mvandinter says:

        Ed8, any chance you could go into more detail? A nice concise plot outline would really help me out here 😉

        • Ed8 says:

          ….and so Napoleon’s army then went on to conquer England by land through the tunnel, which is why, of course, ever since then it has been called France 2, and they lived happily ever after, The End. I’ll let you flesh out the little details.

  2. Guesticus says:

    Who was it that mentioned the French walking to England?
    Now who could that possibly be?

  3. Ed8 says:

    Just noticed – panel 2 has got “simpy” rather than “simply”. Unless that’s just another one of those French words I don’t recognize.

    • mvandinter says:

      Should be fixed now. I was going to change it to French, but “simplement” was too long for the word bubble.

  4. Stig Hemmer says:

    I’ve heard about Napoleon’s tunnel plans before. In our world they failed badly. In fact, they failed so badly that Google could find no trace of them.

    I have a strong memory of reading about Napoleon’s failed tunnel, but now it is nowhere to be found… Censorship. For some reason They don’t want people to know about this.

    … I shouldn’t have written this, should I? If I suddenly disappear, you will know what it means!

    • mvandinter says:

      But you have found Napoleon’s Channel Tunnel! This webcomic is it, and it’s 100% historically accurate 😉
      P.S. Whatever you do, don’t look up Channel Tunnel on Wikipedia.

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