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3:52 PM - Aug 03, 2018 #11

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5:03 PM - Aug 03, 2018 #12

FishPreferred wrote: The ceiling is awfully low in the last panel.
Door panel.
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1:00 AM - Aug 04, 2018 #13

"I would not have expected this." - Hunter
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4:51 AM - Aug 04, 2018 #14

CW Glenn wrote:
5:03 PM - Aug 03, 2018
Door panel.
Yeah, that; it suddenly shrinks in the last frame.

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5:16 AM - Aug 04, 2018 #15

Um... you guys do understand the concept of perspective, don't you? 😁



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12:41 PM - Aug 04, 2018 #16

DocsMachine wrote:
5:16 AM - Aug 04, 2018
Um... you guys do understand the concept of perspective, don't you?
Quite well, actually.


B > A, meaning that Doc is more than half the height of the door.
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5:22 PM - Aug 04, 2018 #17

Oh lord, they're breaking out the protractors and slide rulers now.
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6:34 PM - Aug 04, 2018 #18

CW Glenn wrote:Oh lord, they're breaking out the protractors and slide rulers now.
-Hee! And note nobody noticed that a contact palm scanner still worked, despite each hand being roughly 50% larger or smaller, or that the retina/iris scanner still worked despite the same issue.

Or why they needed two separate retina scanners. 😁

And of course all of this in a comic where two guys incinerated themselves with a catapult full of fireworks and were then reconstituted back into a single creature by a can of Mountain Dew. 😆

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6:53 PM - Aug 04, 2018 #19

Unless shrinking doorways are going to become plot-relevant, it still looks like a mistake.
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7:31 PM - Aug 04, 2018 #20

DocsMachine wrote:
CW Glenn wrote:Oh lord, they're breaking out the protractors and slide rulers now.
-Hee! And note nobody noticed that a contact palm scanner still worked, despite each hand being roughly 50% larger or smaller, or that the retina/iris scanner still worked despite the same issue.

Or why they needed two separate retina scanners. 😁

And of course all of this in a comic where two guys incinerated themselves with a catapult full of fireworks and were then reconstituted back into a single creature by a can of Mountain Dew. 😆

Doc.
They're between panels, strange things happen there.
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