Comic 14

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Link: Comic 14

Title: how'd you like THEM apples - part 1

Date: October 15, 2004

Summary: Beaver and Steve are witnesses to the discovery of gravity. Until Steve decides he wants a snack

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Sir Isaac Newton, Man walking his dog

Onomatopoeias used: "wibbl!", "wobbl!", "chomf", "woof"

Number of panels: 7

Transcript

Panel 1

Beaver and Steve walking with pink background

Steve: What a boring day. I don't see how we could possibly have an unfeasible adventure today

Panel 2

Beaver: Hey, it's a rift in the space/time continuum. Shall we go through?

Steve: Hell, yeah

Beaver and Steve looking at rift.Rift shows as a squiggly bullseye with concentric rings of light blue and dark blue. Still pink background.

Panel 3

Top Bar reads England 1665

Beaver: (first bubble) Steve, check it out-it's Sir Isaac Newton!

       (second bubble)He's about to invent gravity. Let's get a closer look.

Beaver looking at apple tree in background with Sir Isaac Newton sitting under it, Steve stepping through rift, which on this side are concentric rings of ligh pink/dark pink. Blue background


Panel 4

Sir Isaac Newton: Hmm... I'm in an inventing kinda mood

Reverse angle closeup of apple tree and Sir Isaac Newton sitting under it, background shot of Beaver. Blue background

Panel 5

Sir Isaac Newton: I'm gonna invent...LUNCH!

Beaver: That's strange-He should have been hit on the head by an apple.

Panel 6

Beaver: Uh, Steve... Where'd you get that apple?

Steve: Waf affl?

Beaver: Come on Steve, let's go home. I'm sure it won't make any difference

Panel 7

Top bar reads The present day

Man: Walking the dog would be so much easier if only there was some sort of mutual attraction between objects with mass

Dog: Woof.

Bottom box reads To Be Contd.

Fun Facts

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References

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