Link: Comic 144
Title: It's all good fun until somebody loses a tail - part 1
Date: January 6, 2006
Summary: Steve teaches Beaver about some of his ancestors and his tail-detachment.
Onomatopoeias used: GRAB!, ERUPT!, GRAB!, SNATCH!, SNAP!
"Fin" style: Small white box with "Onka Mok(3)" written in black font. It translates to "To be continued".
Number of panels: 6
Beaver and Steve are playing catch. Beaver is chasing Steve.
Steve: "Hee Hee! You can't catch me!"
Beaver: "Oh yes I can! Giggle!"
Beaver GRAB!s Steve's tail.
Beaver is left standing holding Steve's tail. Steve simply looks at his now separated body part.
Steve smiles at Beaver.
Steve "Don't worry Beaver. It's supposed to come off. It will grow back tomorrow.
Beaver looks unsure.
Beaver: "Are you sure?"
Steve: "Oh yes, it evolved that way..."
"10 Million Years Earlier..."
Two exact replicas of Steve wearing tiger-skin holding spears are standing in the middle of a desert as a volcano ERUPT!s in the background.
Steve1: "Uk-A-Chunk Steve (1)"
Steve2: "Urga-rok-Steve (2)"
2)'Hi there Steve'"
A giant Sky-octopus GRAB!s and SNATCH!es Steve 1 and 2.
Steve1: "Ukka Ukka!(1)"
"1)'Oh no! Sky-octopus!'"
Close up on the octopus' tentacles holding Steve 1 and 2 by the tail. Steve 2's tail has SNAP!ed off and he is falling to the ground.
Steve2: "Dok Tokoka!(1)"
Steve1: "Mukunga Uk!(2)"
"1)'Hooray! My detachable tail saves me again! I survive to pass on this trait to my progeny!'
2)'Alas! My inferior genetic legacy ends here!'
3)'To be continued.'"
- 10 million years earlier, Steve's ancestors used to wear tiger skin and use spears to hunt and scratch their backs.
- The Giant Sky-Octopus is in fact a representation of God, punishing them.