BEHOLD! More science! -
After a slight schedule hiccup last week, I come offering a double feature in today’s installment of “BEHOLD! A Guide for the Aspiring Mad Scientist”. Professor Depravis’s years of experience in handling both mundane flunkies and assemblies of fellow super-scientists are now available for your perusal.
BEHOLD! An update! -
Another few pages have been uploaded to my original story/how-to guide to world domination, courtesy of Samuel Frendelson, Chief Assistant to Professor Depravis.
Ha ha ha! SCIENCE! -
Hey, all. Well, I decided that, for a change of pace, I’d write something original. It’s just a few pages for now, but I’m putting out feelers and seeing what people think. If you’re interested, go check out the first bits of BEHOLD! A Guide for the Aspiring Mad Scientist.
I have no words.
(Source: mugun, via octosmagiccastle)
I’m going through the archive of this webcomic and felt the need to share this panel. I swear it makes sense in context.
I made this so I can put it up on my wall. You fellow writers are welcome to do the same.
LOOK AT HIS DISAPPROVING FACE. WRITE. NOW.
Do I look THAT grumpy? I probably do. But I like the sentiment.
Yeah, I really should be. I’m going to have to co-opt Disapproving Gaiman. If this doesn’t get me writing, nothing will.
God what. Thank you Wizards. Dimir fuck yes.
I just love the guy’s expression. “Teehee. Oh ink skeleton, you cray-cray.”
I DIDN’T LEARN ABOUT THIS IN DRIVING SCHOOL
Stop says the red light, go says the green
Wait says the yellow light, twinkling in between.
KNEEL, SAYS THE DEMON LIGHT
WITH ITS EYE OF COAL
SAURON KNOWS YOUR LICENSE PLATE
AND STARES INTO YOUR SOUL
One does not simply drive into Mordor. Its black tollbooths are staffed by more than just orcs. There is evil there that does not park. The great stoplight is ever watchful. It is a barren freeway, riddled with fire, ash, and potholes. The very air you breathe is a poisonous exhaust. Not with ten thousand cars could you do this. It is folly
This is the world’s smallest snowman - at 10 micrometres across, it’s only 1/5th the width of a human hair. The tiny guy was made from two tin beads used to calibrate electron microscope astigmatism. The eyes and smile were milled using a focused ion beam, and the nose, which is under 1 µm wide (or 0.001 mm), is ion beam deposited platinum.
Koan of the day: Is a snowman a snowman if it isn’t made of snow?