Ruben Bolling at 12:00 pm Wed, Jul 27, 2011
The eighth panel depiction of the dinosaur is preposterous! I’ve seen for myself that the Coelophysis of the late Triassic did NOT have striped markings. It had pale skin, wore white suits, had long white hair, smoked a cigar, and told highly amusing anecdotes in an entertainingly caustic tone. Bolling’s depiction of the species in the sixth panel is far more realistic. Consistency and accuracy, please. -Percival Dunwoody, Idiot Time Traveler From 1909
70 million years ago is hardly the late Triassic.
Ah, but I am an idiot.
And that is why I have no interest in seeing “The Tree of Life”.
This almost has as many subplots as True Blood.
And the hidden message is: Stop buying boring drek, because you’re supporting its perpetuation.
That’s what I see here, anyways.
Sorry, Percival Dunwoody, but 70 million years ago is during the late Cretaceous, not the Triassic. Everybody knows that.
Everybody except for idiot time travelers.
And in Banach space, panel λ2 demonstrates Billy’s ability to completely absorb a laser blast!
I’m glad Chas pointed out Percival’s mistake before I did.
I mean, even my six-year-old knew that … back when he was five! (As proof, I offer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3A8cLKltD4)
**insert winking emoticon here**
Weird that Elvis would still be fat in heaven.
Wow. This reads just like any book from the Wheel of Time.
The political implications are…non existent!
Aw man, the best part is next week! Now we’ll never know the exact position and momentum of the subatomic particles in Billy’s shirt.
Can we know their exact position? Relative to what? That’s the type of mystery that makes the Billy Dare comics so thrilling!
WHAT?! If Elvis is in heaven, that means he’s … DEAD??!?!?
That’s Andy Kaufman.
Billy Dare as written by Georges Perec.
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