Comic 85 - Infinite Canvas

12th Mar 2010, 5:30 AM in Fridge Logic
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Infinite Canvas

Aligning title= text humour analysers! Developing extraneous quantum fluctuations! Compiling nucleus exaggeration simulators! Concatenating strings of arbitrary scientific nomenclature!

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Author Notes:

Well, well, we have a ridiculously wide comic here. Whee!

TV Tropes references: Infinite Canvas | Lampshade Hanging | Technobabble


12th Mar 2010, 5:36 AM
you just broke the fourth wall and completely obliterated it. then took the obliterated pieces and smashed them into tinier pieces.

12th Mar 2010, 4:24 PM
very cool - except the bit where i had to search for the post comment bit way off the page!

13th Mar 2010, 1:40 PM
I'm amazed. You took breaking the fourth wall to an ART. I mean, you break it in the comic, but then you re-broke the broken parts, ground it into powder, and snorted it for extra creativity.

4th May 2010, 6:21 AM
awesome! And di't forget NoFourthWall

4th May 2010, 11:09 AM
@Guest: I figured that since practically every comic in the archive has lacked a fourth wall, pointing it out for this specific one seemed a little unnecessary.

19th Jul 2010, 1:05 AM




Xavius: What's going on?!
Author: We haven't got much time. Cure Moderate Wounds!

Author: Deploying simpler coat without annoying gradient!
Xavius: Why, does tne latest version of Inkscape unnecessarily duplicate gradients or something?

Author: Initialising transportation module - also without annoying gradient!
Xavius: Wait. Transportation?

Author: Catalysing fluid unit! Energising synchronic relays! Releasing phlebotinic docking feed!
Xavius: Eep!

Author: Charging flux capacitor! Reversing polarity of neutron flow! Making up ridiculous technobabble!

Author: Alternately moving this switch upwards and downwards! Recalibrating alignment of thrust matrices! Hanging metaphorical lampshades on my poor art in an attempt to sound humorous!

Author: Approaching eighty-eight miles per hour, coupled with the flux capacitor as a shout-out to Back To The Future! Quick! Point out a flaw in the plot!



Author: Perfect. Hang on tight.


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