So, while Katz panel beats the saucer back into shape (with his head perhaps) Bunz goes exploring… What could possibly go wrong?? Will Bunz end up as the Blue Plate Special? Can she outrun a hungry polar bear – and how would she taste with Ketchup?
Hot Cross Bunz? Yummy Bunz? Or just plain Sticky (Situation) Bunz? Since the Bear could never have possibly tasted Negafleet Scout Pilot in its lifetime, this would have to be a unique dining experience for him… Not that Polar Bears are noted for leisurely, thoughtful, epicurean savoring of their meals… Alas, will our winsome, wanton little planet-wrecker become merely a forgotten tidbit between intermittent gorgings on fetid seal and blubbery walrus? Exeunt, pursued by a Bear…
For a second I was wondering if they were gonna run into The Thing from The Thing.
Wasn’t that “Thing” Invisible? Gee, I could’a saved a lot of scribbling if I’d thought of that!
The broccoli beast man they had to cook with electricity?
I guess my memory was faulty – I was thinkin’ of the original novel, “Who Goes There?” and not the movies, of which I’ve only watched the 1951 version and don’t recall much about it… Checking on line, I see that the “Thing” was not Ben Grimm and not Invisible either, but a shapeshifter… Maybe I was thinkin’ of some other story entirely…
Remember, both superman and doc savage have their “fortress of solitude ” in the artic region. Doc’s was positively identified as “a small island close to Greenland ” and superman is in a cliff. Greenland is the only place which could even have a cliff in it in that region.
That is a thought, very few cliffs in the frozen Arctic sea, though there’s a number of northern islands that the “fortress of solitude” might be embedded in… Still, it would be kind’a funny if the place just melted a’ sank…
A joke recycled from the last page! (Changing linen)
Actually the Pyrate pix came before the page… But the joke itself has probably been recycled hundreds of times… It’s an old Music Hall Wheeze!!
Pyrate, isn’t that fool’s gold? Rather apt for the characters involved.
Ahh… You’re thinking of “Pyrite” (iron disulfide)… The misspelling of “Pyrate” I borrowed from George MacDonald Fraser’s wickedly hilarious novel, “Pyrates”, a send-up of the Hollywood Pirate genre…
That bear is out to get a BUNNY rug.
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