Comic 133

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Steve peels his hand off.

Link: Comic 133

Title: Why can't evil robots from the future just get along with everyone?

Date: November 25, 2005

Summary: Beaver and Steve are hiding from killer robots, being revealed by Steve (who has his own secret to reveal).

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Unit R51787, Unit R45899

Onomatopoeias used: "EAT!", "PEEL!"

"Fin" style: Spelled with letter shaped robots.

Number of panels: 7

Transcript

Panel 1

Robot 1: "Come out puny organic life forms, so that we can pulverize you into a fine paste."
Robot 1: "It is for your own benefit."
Beaver: "This is just terrible - hiding from evil robots from the future behind our own sofa!"
Steve: "It's not all bad - I just found the remote!"
Robot 2: "Look! I have found some of their 'closing' that they use to conceal their grotesque carbon-based bodies. They must be close!"

Panel 2

Robot 2: "Look at me! I am a puny organic life form! Watch me use my primitive digestive system to derive energy from food! Num num!"
Robot 1: "Ha ha! My humour subroutine is consuming 90% of my CPU!"
Beaver: "What are we going to do?"
Steve: "Wait! I've got it!"
Robot 2: "I am also secreting mucus from a number of bodily locations!"

Panel 3

Steve: "He's down here!"
Beaver: "What the? Steve! What are you doing??"
Robot 1: "Your cooperation is commended. Your greasy organs will serve as a rich source of hinge lubrication."

Panel 4

Beaver: "I don't understand Steve - why did you do it?"
Steve: "You mean you haven't worked it out?"

Panel 5

Steve: "I've been a robot all along!"
Steve: "Behold my gleaming robotic skeleton ... !"

Panel 6

...

Panel 7

Steve: "Oops, sorry, my mistake."
Robot 1: "Did you bring the organ hammer, Unit R51787?"
Robot 2: "Yes Unit R45899, the big one ..."

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