Funny symetry : Shelly and Justin (panel 2) on one side, the two doggy monsters on the other side : same attitude…
Coincidence, or Paul outsmarting us again (and possibly himself, if coincidence there is)?
I wonder if these guy taste good with Ketchup?
Only if he’s crunchy.
I was talking about the mutts, but to each his own.
Actually, I think that this is just a test. Just how good is Justin’s ability to regenerate and heal? Can we do a rough and dirty clone of him by ripping him in half, and letting each half regenerate the missing pieces? Inquiring minds want to know!
Maybe YOUR inquiring mind, but I doubt Justin wants to put it to the test (there would be some pain, ya know).
I’ve wondered that myself. How many pieces can he be torn into before they stop healing? How many Justins can you make? If you tore him in half and put the pieces together backwards, what would happen?
In many such situations (real and/or fiction), separating the head from the rest of the body is usually enough to stop the repair process.
Orson Scott Card’s A Planet Called Treason has a character who regenerates wildly, and gets so damaged (belly) that his system produces a second self. When he tries to kill it, IIRC, he fails–but cutting the body (with head) away produces a clone.
Zo- Does this mean tomorrow will be considered hair of the dog?
Only if Paul does a scene which is both entirely consistent with all Wapsi lore, and is also completely predictable. I’m sure he could do this, but it isn’t his style.
If he did, though, it would definitely be the heir of the dogma.
*rattles pun jar*
It looks like the “Heir of the dogma” bit us.
(drops a silver-plated doggie collar or two into the Jar)
Most of us barely make it through the weekend without a new installment of Wapsi Square! To make us go four days would be like taking a bone away from two rabid dogs!
maybe THIS is the cliffhanger XD
Don’t give him ideas. 😉
Sorry, that comment was directed at jordinyc.
I have the uncomfortable feeling that Mr. Taylor has not yet resolved his technical difficulties. Hence I shall retire to my bedchamber.
I suspect you’re right. I’ve found that once you obtain a replacement device your tech problems don’t end — you may have installation issues, etc when you first set it up.
Been there, DOG that!
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