Comic 17

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After the end of the Universe
Link: Comic 17

Title: How'd you like THEM apples - part 3

Date: October 25, 2004

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Past Beaver, Past Steve, Ganesha

Onomatopoeias used: "WACHUNK!", "CRACK!", "WHACK!", "CRUNCH!", "FWIP!", "SLAP!"

Fin style: An apple; the seeds spell "FIN"

Number of panels: 14

Transcript

Panel 1

Beaver and Steve approach the time portal
Beaver: "I guess we'd better go back and try again"

Panel 2

Beaver finds their catapult and removes the pin.
Beaver: "OK, Here's the catapult we used. If I take out this pin it should stop it working"

Panel 3

Beaver and Steve watch Past Beaver and Past Steve from behind a bush.
Beaver: "Look - It's our past selves!"
Past Beaver: "Hey it's a catapult. Let's use this."
Steve: "Heh - Stupid past selves"

Panel 4

The catapult loaded, Past Beaver and Past Steve prepare for the launch of the apple.
Past Beaver: "Elevation 48° ... Declination 32°"

Panel 5

Past Beaver: "FIRE!"

Panel 6

WACHUNK! The catapult throws the apple. CRUNCH! It runs over Past Steve. WHACK! It strikes Past Beaver down.
Past Steve: "Ayaaa!"
Past Beaver: "Urgh!"

Panel 7

Beaver and Steve stand over the corpses of Past Beaver and Past Steve.
Beaver: "Well that didn't go entirely to plan."
Steve: "So what happens now Beaver?"
Beaver: "Well, I'm no expert in temporal physics, but my guess is the Universe will implode."

Panel 8

Universe: "FWIP!*"
Footnote: "*Sound of Universe imploding"

Panel 9

Pitch Black, with lack of Universe.

Panel 10

Pitch Black, with lack of Universe.

Panel 11

Ganesha begins to appear in a small bubble amidst the pitch black.

Panel 12

After the end of the Universe, Ganesha appears, peacefully.

Panel 13

Ganesha does a double-take.

Panel 14

SLAP! Ganesha hits himself with one of four arms.
Ganesha: "Not again!"

Fun Facts

This comic is also available in Italiano!

References

Ganesha is a Hindu god. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati, and is the god of wisdom.

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#16
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#18
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