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  • Maxwell Hammer
    June 25, 2009

    Girl looks happier than she has been in months, in the first few panels.

    Girl seems depressed, lately.

  • Swifteye(Aaron)
    June 25, 2009

    Strange. Why did girl go through the trouble of making a custom time car when the subway goes into the past just fine?

  • FDR
    June 25, 2009

    OK, two things- a) I misread “bronze” as “booze”, but considering the whole gist, you were right to go with “bronze”, and b) this whole strip is just great, it made me laugh out loud.

    Also, I vote with Maxwell Hammer, Girl does look happier.

  • Double W
    June 25, 2009

    What better way to title the strip “Time Machine” than to have a time machine appear right where the title should be?

  • Cloud
    June 25, 2009

    Nice attention to detail on the time machine falling down a couple meters to the lower sediment level of the past.

    But then there is the many-magnitudes-greater displacement of the earth and solar system through space … the time machine must somehow calibrate to earth’s gravitational center.

  • John Titor
    June 29, 2009


    Yes, that is how a time machine based in a ground-level automobile such as mine operates. The field generated by the presence of the two singularities seeks out the closest concentration of mass, in this case the Earth itself. The rotation of the semisolid core allowskhjdshGIANT SPIDER S GET TE GIAN DSPIFERS OFF ME

  • pirate j.
    February 22, 2010

    See, the metro only takes you as far back as the nineties. You have to do a little more to go all the way back to the iron-Age..

  • Golux
    October 4, 2013

    Given my luck, erosion wouldn’t have happened at that location yet and I’d be 20 feet underground in solid rock. If a little luckier, in a cave.

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