Link: Comic 188
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Title: baking up trouble - part 6
Date: June 9, 2006
Summary: Beaver and Steve return home to bake an anti-daemon quiche.
Number of panels: 6
Beaver and Steve stand at the edge of a cliff.
Beaver: "Well, I supposed we'd better start climbing."
Steve: "But Beaver." Beaver: Wee Need to climb down That death trap, its our only way home Beaver" You Should Realy Think This Through...
Steve turns to look at a bus with an 'A Shoeful of Trouble' banner.
Steve: "... Can't we just take the bus?"
Beaver: "Well OK. But it you're going to sit at the front and pretend to drive, I'm not sitting with you."
Beaver and Steve ride the bus that BRMMM...'s.
On the first mini-panel, both Beaver and Steve are in front of the bus.
On the second panel, Steve says: "Toot! Toot! Outta the road!"
On the third panel, Beaver's moved to the back of the bus, as previously warned.
[5 Minutes Later...]
Beaver and Steve stand outside the kitchen door.
Beaver: "OK Steve, once we're in the kitchen I'll distract the daemon while you bake the quiche."
Beaver: "Any questions?"
Steve: "Will I have to do the washing-up?"
Beaver: Only if we survive.
Steve: "So, a lose-lose situation then?"
Beaver: "Here you go, Steve. I don't know how long I'll be able to hold up against him once he spots me, so you'll have to be quick..."
Beaver PASS!'s the Delia cookbook to Steve.
Beaver: "Though I don't see him around right now..."
Daemon GRAB!'s Beaver.
Beaver: "Akh! Bake Steve! Bake like the wind!"
[To Be Contd.]
- Whilst drawing this comic, James was haunted by a deadly moth (read more)
- This comic was at first misnumbered as part 5 of the "baking up trouble" arc.
- "A Shoeful of Trouble" is the name of the first Beaver and Steve book.
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