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I love how everything has a store dedicated to it.
Gray Stone is starting to learn what it means to work with Axe Cop.
Is this heading for another Dr. McNinja crossover?
I mean, there can only be so many dinosaur planets in the universe, right?
I’d like to think that the Dinosaur Horn store doesn’t actually sell the horns of actual dinosaurs. So, if you want to buy a Triceratops horn, the name is really misleading.
Haha, nice. Any more stupid questions, Graystone?
Axe Cop rule of thumb: If there’s something you need, append either “Planet” or “Store” to the end, and that’s where you’ll find it.
Panel 2 = incredible.
The panel from behind them is so poignant! Graystone learns from the best.
Wait a second, this is *totally* unrealistic: planets don’t twinkle!!!
Other than that, this exactly right.
On a more serious note: will we be learning how this relates to the Dinosaur Gang and the Land of Volcanos? It seems like the kind of question Graystone might ask Axecop… er I mean Ethan might ask Malachai. And I’m sure the answer would be fascinating.
That triceratops space helmet made me laugh so much. I don’t know why.
Everything about this comic works.
This is comic gold—a future classic!
There are no words to express how simultaneously awesome, absurd, and hilarious this is.
Attaboy, Graystone. Now you’re getting the hang of things.
The Pteradactyl in the bottom left hand corner of the picture obviously has super powers since it doesn’t have a space helmet on.
I’m tired of this cold weather . . . I think that I’m gonna go start -my- own planet.
DOH!! Man when I was drawing that I knew I was going to forget a helmet. Oh well, that particular Pterodactyl s good at holding its breath.
Someone should tell the Natural History Museum.
God, that panel of all the dinosaurs in space made me poop a little from laughter. I gotta stop reading this at work, everyone’s staring at me ‘cause I’m laughing like a maniac!
I think I saw this on Star Trek Voyager once. Except not nearly as awesome.
That triceratops working on the rockets doesn’t have the proper protective eyewear. I wonder what his union would have to say about that? Only you can prevent accidents and all…
AH HA! I knew it. Dinosaurs are too cool to have just died off. They’ve bravely given up their place at the top of the food chain and gone into space, where they await the day they are needed again.
The scene where the dinosaurs are flying away should be a desktop pattern.
The Creation Museum in northern Kentucky just called. They want to thank Malachai for giving them answers to a few nagging questions they have had difficulty fielding recently.
The panel with the dinosaurs in space reminds me a lot of a Calvin and Hobbes strip where Calvin imagines T-Rexes in F 14s. This is just as epic.
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