comics for February 21, 2007 – 02/21/2007
Weird… so she didn’t continue the fall? Very interesting indeed.
Probably was just either a few seconds or a minute between fade out and fade in
milliseconds. Basically no time at all or she’d be a splat by the time he fell asleep again. Well, they did say it was variable…
He’s gonna do the whole “stick sword in wall for epic fall”
hey, that rhymed!
Hope he knows how to extend that sword and get closer to the wall.
How come he didn’t cut her, drawing the sword like that?
Felicity: “I can has parachute nao?!”
Ah yes, I think this fits the situation..
Ravenwolf: Even if he was gone a few seconds, she should be below him a bit…
She was, cause remember, they were holding hands and falling together when he woke up. In this frame, she’s slightly below him (hence the butt grabbing comments from some people), so it appears that only a fraction of a second passed on this particular wake up call.
*In the last page, not this frame, sorry
But if the sword is so sharp to be able to cut through anything with a clean slice, wouldn’t that mean no friction and they’d fall equally fast and that it would jonly make a cut in the castle ?
na it wouldnt… u just stick it in SIDEWAYS 😀
And then either lose the sword (or his arms *and* the sword) due to momentum competing with his grip. Some slowdown that way, but painful and not very effective. I think there will be friction as the sword itself has some thickness. Unless it is actually a monatomic weapon…. have we seen the sword edge-on?
If the sword can cut effortlessly through anything, this could actually work, assuming he has enough time before he hits the ground.
Step 1: Stick the sword in, aligned vertically. As mentioned this will do virtually nothing to slow down his fall
Step 2: Turn the sword slowly. As it becomes less vertically aligned, it will gradually increase the amount of resistance on his arm, but he won’t get the sudden stop that would rip the sword from his hand (or worse).
he seems a little too far from the wall to just stick the sword in it
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