It’s okay, Stephanie-it’s Science!
But will it work? Ah, that’d be telling. You’ll find out next time!
Oh, so that’s what Larry was looking at on that one page!
Ah, just wait until you have kids.
Stephanie’s face in the last panel…….Priceless.
“I have to what, with my what?”
It’s not really so bad. Robespierre doesn’t really have much in the way of internal organs until he needs them.
Like when he’s eating bacon. Or ice cream. Or toy cars.
THAT didn’t happen to Dr. Manhattan…
Well, sure, Dr. Manhattan could will himself back together.
He’s a comic book character.
At first I thought his circuit breaker had tripped and needed a reset (“small coin” = penny = “Lincoln fuse”). Then I thought his electrical storage area–a.k.a. “Battery” had been drained by the field, and he needed jumper cables (“positive and negative” “charge”). Now we see that his “nanobits” have gone into hibernation, and need to be shocked back online.
I just wasn’t thinking Twenty-First Century enough–showing my age, I guess. 😀
Yeah, get with the beat, old-timer!
I should talk. I know all about the penny on the fuse trick.
“Hibernation” is a good term. They’re not really doing much beyond just sticking to one another.
Thank goodness they’re doing even that much. Otherwise Robespierre would be a little pile on the floor.
It is amazing see how Stephanie’s face went from great to what the f***.
I have to my finger there from Where????
Stay Tuned for further ‘Shocking’ Developments.
sorry could not help it.
I just wish I had thought of that line.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned reading/writing science fiction, it’s that nanomachines respond not to scienctific rules, but to individual will. Robespierre will be fine as long as Stephanie has faith.
This better work, given the “complexity” of the procedure!
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