Friday, February 6, 2015

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Sparky's new casual wear is dark blue, with red and yellow stripes across his chest. Make of that what you will . . .

10 comments:

  1. Thanks for the color key. I thought there might be someone missing, but maybe he's here after all.

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  2. OOOOO I've been waiting for SO long! When will Tuesday get here?

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  3. Terry, I think you brought a little tear to my eye, thanks.

    Joe, I see my job as tormenting you as long as I can.

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  4. Sparky's action in panel 7 is also kinda unmistakable.

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  5. Can someone explain the significance of Sparky changing clothes and the red and yellow...wait, I just got it.

    Otherwise I'm with Joe - cmon Tuesday!

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  6. And the mechanical monster learns through pattern recognition? Hmm...

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  7. Oh, so tuxedo'ed but dishevelled James Bond isn't good enough for you, eh Sparky? Got to up the ante, have you?

    Hubris will be your downfall, you mark my words!

    Love the colour reference - never would have got it without other posters' comments. Damn, now I want to see the finished coloured comic so much!

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  8. Sorry, as I'm not so well versed in American comic history -- what or whom are you implying with those clothes? Superman? And who might be missing or not?

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  9. I can neither confirm nor deny that any character's clothing was meant to evoke the costume of Superman, or that pulling off his jacket to reveal an unbuttoned shirt beneath was intended to suggest anything or anyone. Such as Superman.

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