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Firebrand128 3rd Jan 2018, 6:00 PM edit delete
Firebrand128
A new year, a new page. Here's hoping we can keep the schedule a bit more consistent this year. Thank you all who stuck with us throughout 2017 :)
Once again we explore the less pleasant aspects of being a genetic freak show... Did I just say that with a straight face?
Firebrand128 19th Jan 2018, 11:42 PM edit delete
Firebrand128
As you can probably tell, the comic is very late. This time it is squarely the fault of Windows updates. We'll keep you posted.

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Kevin 3rd Jan 2018, 9:32 PM edit delete reply
Bees and wasps lay eggs too. Millions of them. Just sayin'.
Firebrand128 3rd Jan 2018, 9:33 PM edit delete reply
Firebrand128
Maybe that's what she fears...
Grey Garou 3rd Jan 2018, 9:44 PM edit delete reply
Grey Garou
Big egg? By Aphrodite's ovaries, please tell me she has a pet ostrich!
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 8:51 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
What? 'cause you're a bird it has to come from a bird? Sheesh!
NeilKapit 4th Jan 2018, 1:40 AM edit delete reply
NeilKapit
Oooh, a Wild Queen Bee Appears! And it seems like Sam's recipient of an immaculate conception...
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 8:53 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Worship the Snake DNA as you worship the horn of the Unicorn!!!
DMC_Run 4th Jan 2018, 1:45 AM edit delete reply
"Big Egg"?
Normally, I'd be thinking "OUCH!!!?!", but reptile-eggs are soft-shelled, so, y'know, "WHEW!".
What concerns me here, though, is that I'm pretty sure that reptiles (unlike chickens) never lay eggs unless they're already fertilized. The energy needed to make an unfertilized egg is simply too much for reptiles to justify. This would therefore imply that she's gotten herself pregnant, & she's asking her friend to help her "abort"!
DMC_Run 4th Jan 2018, 1:57 AM edit delete reply
Oh, GGEEZ!!!?!
I just remembered --- in some species, if they go for too long without any trace of pheromone in their environment (from their other gender), females will turn parthenogenetic to produce offspring! There's at least one desert lizard which can ONLY reproduce in this way, because all the males have gone extinct!
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 8:56 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Yes, bro'. And all their offspring are female. I.E.: clones. Meaning the males will never reappear. Eh. Who needs us anyway?
HiFranc 11th Apr 2018, 10:51 PM edit delete reply
HiFranc
I can think of a different example in the reptile world where all the offspring are male:
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/strange-but-true-komodo-d/
HiFranc 11th Apr 2018, 10:49 PM edit delete reply
HiFranc
I’ll leave this with you:
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/strange-but-true-komodo-d/
Chernobog 4th Jan 2018, 5:41 AM edit delete reply
Chernobog
Maybe there's a Giant Humpty Dumpty outside her window and she's not confident in her crime fighting ability to take on a 60ft anthromorphic nursery rhyme. Yeah, that's it!
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 8:58 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Oooohh. Eggs are eviiilll...
Stever 16th Jan 2018, 12:20 AM edit delete reply
Stever
I sense a lot of showers coming up in her future. XD
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 9:00 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Hmmmm.... Now that I think of it-she could be a bigot as she has yet to shower for her own condition. Let's see when she grows that stinger out her butt.
Mew3 16th Jan 2018, 5:35 AM edit delete reply
Um, I know this will gross alot of you out but snake eggs are good eaten. And one her size could feed a few homeless, I'm just saying.
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 9:05 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Cannibalism, anyone?
otterkit 21st Jan 2018, 10:30 PM edit delete reply
otterkit
Hey Firebrand, nicely done! We just got your work reviewed over on The Strip Show and had fun reading. Here's the link! http://stripshowcomicrevu.blogspot.com/2018/01/sunday-revue-january-21-once-stung.html
Firebrand128 22nd Jan 2018, 1:56 PM edit delete reply
Firebrand128
Thanks for the review. You definitely what kind of humour we're going for. We'll be sure to take your criticism into consideration.
otterkit 22nd Jan 2018, 2:53 PM edit delete reply
otterkit
No problem! It really is a sweet little piece of work, well done.
40.oz 27th Jan 2018, 9:07 PM edit delete reply
40.oz
Thanks for the critique. It's spot on as I look at my stuff with the new eye you've given me.