comics for January 25, 2006 – 01/25/2006
Never leave swords within the reach of small children.
Let this be a life lesson to all the readers.
They’ll “wonder if it’s heavy” their toes right off
Well, three of them _were_ kept out. . . .
Someone mention Arthur?
Also, funny that a human child can read and understand what only a few of the natives of Dreamland can.
Ahh, but this is written in English, not in the ancient language of Greek letters.
And Young Alex drew the Master Sword…and eventually became Adult Alex
Ew there’s a bot on my head.
The writing on the stone is from the Bible, Ephesians 6:11-17. I think it’s the King James Version. You can read part right above his hand “with preparation of the gospel of peace” which is in verse 15.
“Here be the sword of the kings of Dreamland, which started out as a letter opener…and the great smith got a little carried away…”
here lies the royal backscratcher that was reforged from the shards of the royal toothbrush which was reforged from the shards of the royal toothbrush which was about the same time that my father the smith got upset that all this stuff kept breaking and said “screw it! im making you a sword your majesty!” and the king did laugh and there was much rejoicing.
Yea,go ahead and draw the sword out of the tomb.Because it’s always a good idea to disturb dead royalties in their grave.
yeah cause nothing ever happens when you go into the tomb of ancient kings by yourself and rob their sword
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