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<   No. 1383   2006-11-09   >

Comic #1383

1 Lambert: You can leave me here. I won't go anywhere...
2 Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs: HMM. NO, I BETTER PUT YOU SOMEWHERE SAFE UNTIL I GET BACK.
3 {completely black panel}
4 Lambert: {in the total darkness} Somewhere safe, or in a safe?

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Believe it or not, those last two panels were the most difficult to make. You try taking photos in a pitch black room.

2016-06-06 Rerun commentary: Presumably Lambert had a plan of some sort when he mentioned casually that Fireballs could just leave him there and that he wouldn't go anywhere...

I have no idea what that plan might have been, but I like the implication that he definitely was thinking of something.

Philosophical question: If you're on an Infinite Featureless Plane, can you go anywhere, or is any locomotion ultimately futile and effectively the same as not moving?

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