Comic 131

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Steve: "Wait - there's something under these acorns... diamonds!"<br />
 
Steve: "Wait - there's something under these acorns... diamonds!"<br />
Diamonds' onomatopoeia: "Sparkle! Scoop!"<br />
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Steve pushes away the acorns with a "scoop!", and reveals the diamonds, which "SPARKLE!".<br />
 
Squirrel: "So you figured it out... very clever..."
 
Squirrel: "So you figured it out... very clever..."
  

Revision as of 05:35, 30 November 2005

Oh no! Steve's caught red-handed!
Link: Comic 131

Title: nuts to you - part 1

Date: November 18, 2005

Summary: Steve finds a hidden cache of diamonds, but the squirrel who owns them isn't so happy.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Squirrel

Onomatopoeias used: "nik nik", "grbl grbl", "toss!", "glaaa!", "monch!", "scoop!", "sparkle!", "cli-ick!"

Number of panels: 8

Transcript

Panel 1

Steve: "Beaver, what is that weird rat thing doing?"
Beaver: "That's a squirrel Steve; it's gathering acorns so that it has food for the winter."
Steve: "Acorns...?"

Panel 2

Beaver: "Now come on, let's go and play aviation pioneers while the wind is still up! I'll be Cl�ment Ader, you can be Chuhachi Ninomiya!"
Steve: "Food..?"
Steve's stomach grumbles loudly: "GRBL GRBL"
Beaver: "To the skies!"

Panel 3
Panel 4

Steve: "!"

Panel 5

Steve throws the acorns up with a "TOSS!", and swallows them with a "GLAAA!".

Panel 6

Squirrel: "What the... my acorns!"
Steve eats the acorns with a "MONCH!".
Steve: "Waf acornf?"

Panel 7

Steve: "Wait - there's something under these acorns... diamonds!"
Steve pushes away the acorns with a "scoop!", and reveals the diamonds, which "SPARKLE!".
Squirrel: "So you figured it out... very clever..."

Panel 8

Squirrel: "But I'm afraid that now you know too much..."
Gun onomatopoeia: "Cli-ick!"

Fun Facts

Clément Ader (February 4, 1841 – March 5, 1926) was a French engineer born in Muret, Haute Garonne remembered primarily for his pioneering work in aviation.

Likewise, Chuhachi Ninomiya was an early aviation pioneer.

References

None.

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