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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 2 June 2005
Last Update: 20 November 2009
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Current Comic Ranking: 1039/23731
Views This Month: 921   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 229   (More...)
Favourite of: 183 members
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This is a sci-fi comic set on a Spaceship Museum, with oddball characters.

Current image by: Mightyhog

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Philosopher B. 5/5
Kristofer Straub is the single most unappreciated webcartoonist out there (in my opinion). I wouldn't go so far as to say that everything he touches turns to gold, but from Chex to Starslip Crisis, he has brought the funny and been generally awesome. Plus, he writes cool songs.
Hello again. Can you see through a wall? Can you see through human skin? X-rays see through solid, or so-called solid objects. There are things in life that exist, and yet our eyes cannot see them. Have you ever seen something startling that others cannot see? Why are some things kept from our vision? Is life a puzzle? I am filled with questions. Sometimes my questions are answered. In my heart, I can tell if the answer is correct. I am my own judge. In a dream, are all the characters really you? Different aspects of you? Do answers come in dreams? One more thing, I grew up in the woods. I understand many things because of the woods. Trees standing together, growing alongside one another, providing so much. I chew pitch gum. On the outside, letís say, of the ponderosa pine, sometimes pitch oozes out. Runny pitch is no good to chew. Hard brittle pitch is no good. But in between these, exists a firm, slightly crusted pitch, with such a flavor. This is the pitch I chew.
newt_blue 5/5
A very funny comic, with great art. I love the interaction between the characters and it reminds me of "Sam and Fuzzy"
Mightyhog 5/5
A very good comic, one with a real back bone when it comes to plot. I'd have to give it a five, just because it appeals to me, but heres a warning to certain people There is little action and much dialogue.
wodan46 5/5
This is made by the person who made checkerboard nightmare. You will recognize the art but other than that and a cameo of a checkerboard character, its completely different, set in a sci fi setting without all the self aware humor. I like this better than Checkerboard Nightmare.

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