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Sir, it’s a little something called 21st century technology.
As for the author, great comic thus far.
An alliance forged in kinetic light. Fun
Oooh, magic. Of course, any sufficiently avanced civilization’s technology will seem like magic to a more primitive one. But technology can be explained, whereas magic it’s more like “how did I do that? I can freaking use magic, that’s how!”
I feel like my comment was running in circles there… sorry if it doesn’t make much sense.
Oh, so perhaps I may have been on to something with my theory of the existence of magic in this universe.
ShinRaiten, was that, by chance, a reference to Clarke’s third law?
Also, I can’t help but think that horse is kinda’ funny lookin’.
You leave that horse alone! He can’t help that he is a “special” breed!
He looks so happy! He’s quickly becoming a favorite of mine.
For some reason he reminds me of someone :]
Hmm… who might that be? :]
Sushi, I haven’t a single clue what clarks 1st or 2nd laws are, let alone his 3rd. But I just realized something, and that is, I got EXACTLY what I asked for in the previous comic. Thanks Jax!
Once again I realize after I post that I should spend more time reading my comments. What I meant is what I asked for last update, I recieved this update.
forgot to mention that the first panel looks awesome.
1.) When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right; when he states that something is impossible, he is probably wrong.
2.) The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.
3.) Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
and the add-on fourth:
4.) For every expert there is an equal and opposite expert
In the second panel, he is saying “Even if I was using a fraction IF my power”…..
i think you got an oversight here .v.
D: How the hell did I miss that one? And how did it go unnoticed for so long? That’s just plain weird.
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