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Comic 195 - Sad Panda

2nd Mar 2015, 6:41 PM in Adolescence & Cruelty
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Sad Panda
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2nd Mar 2015, 6:41 PM
TP is looking like a sad panda in that last panel. But remember Shinna is not just his only friend, she's the only person he can interact with at all in a meaningful sort of way. If it looked like your only companion might leave when they got older or even die and you would be alone with NO ONE at all save for the voices in your head to talk to, you might look like a sad panda too. I think if Shinna grew up to become a doctor she would have a terrible bedside manner.

For the Narnia purests, once again I just want to throw it out there that this is just Shinnas interpretation of the books, she's a little girl and she may have not gotten some of the subtler messages of the books right.

Anyway lets all take a moment to remember our friend Leonard Nemoy, one of my favorite Star Trek actors.

Though actually what I'm most nostalgic about was Nemoy hosting that old 70's paranormal series "In search of" I used to watch it on A&E when I was a kid starting to get interested in the paranormal and the occult. I didn't always agree with the opinions expressed on the show, for example I think the Amityville horror was probably a hoax. But it was still a very well done show. I remember Dean Cane tried to do his own version of it later a few years ago and I was all like "Damn this is crap...that Dean Cane is no Leonard Nemoy!"


3rd Mar 2015, 8:06 AM
Interesting seeing that toothy panda not look threatening for once.

Anyhow, as far as I know, Dean Cain did not host a revival of "In Search of..." but rather this Mitch Pileggi guy from The X-Files. Just correcting that.

Funny thing though is that one of my favorite old shows from the 90s is "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction" which was hosted by Star Trek: TNG actor Jonathan Frakes (Josh Brolin's daddy James hosted the first season from what i've read). Fun show to watch when nothing else is on.

With that said...godspeed, Nimoy. Live long and prosper in whenever he went after his body expired.
3rd Mar 2015, 5:18 PM
Are you sure, I could've sworn that was Dean Cain. I'll have to look that up later to make sure. EDIT: Ok I see, he hosted a new version fo Ripleys believe it or not, I didn't care for his version of that show either so I ended up getting it mixed up with the new in search of.
4th Mar 2015, 8:56 PM
Adults never get to do any of the fun stuff!
4th Mar 2015, 9:45 PM
I wonder what being stuck in a dead end office job in the magical communist union is like?