What bothers me most about this is the previous allegation that this is *planned.*
Really? Because what bothers me most is where it got the flesh-mask. . .
Finally Aric grew his hair back…
A robot character can add new dimensions, both horrifying and enjoyable, to the comic.
Or it could just suddenly remember its relative density and sink out of the plot when no longer needed.
I’m choosing to believe it si a rubber mask.
Robo-Aric must have an exceptionally tough time getting clothes to fit. Worst of all, I don’t even think they make shoes in his size.
“That was easy.”
Lemmo is truly a moron
Lemmo! Watch out! That does not seem like Aric!!
Where did the robot acquire the clothes of which aric has?
Y’know, nobody ever noticed that the third panel is identical to the third panel in the second strip when Lemmo meets Aric the first time.
I’m just sayin’.
Visual art appreciation was never my strong suit. I took a whole college course on the matter in order to shore up my difficulties in the area. I got a solid B, not a bad grade overall, and still discerned that I don’t care. Sorry. I’m here for story, presentation, surrealism and script. The art is there, but I just never notice it no matter how good it is. Just not wired for it.
It is identical! Everything is EXACTLY the SAME!!! (Chokes on own spittle)
Be afraid, be VERY afraid…
I wanna see how mad Aric will be that Lemmo can’t tell the difference between him and a robot…
Lol, lemmo if it makes you feel better, I forgot but then noticed the second time around. And for all you (or I) know, I may have noticed the first time and not said anything! XD
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