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Why would a self-proclaimed genius install a gaudy, bulky camera like that? It looks like something from an 80s Sci-Fi movie. It’s very distracting. Or perhaps that’s the point.
If you’re trying to get in all sneaky-like, maybe don’t stare directly at the camera, then melt into the floor while facing where you want to go.
glance at the door, notice the camera, shrug, start walking away while melting into the floor.
Once you’re under the floor, turn around and go where you want to.
This is assuming she is perfectly logical (which makes for a boring character 90% of the time) and the camera is actively watching and relaying to the Master, and not just recording it for later.
Watch there be a room under her though, and she just walked(not the correct term?) in on something.
also, doesnt she have a box that she is spiritually shackled to?
I am enjoying this comic quite a bit. I hope that you continue your work for years to come.
The “courtesy” she’s shown the others, in not going through walls to reach them, doesn’t exceed her curiosity apparently.
Camera looks sorta like one of intelligence cores from the Portal series of games… Hmmm
Hmm, yes, there are some matching details …
Generally I like references to games / comics / movies, especially if they result in good jokes .
But for now, I’m curious what’s below the floor. I guess it’s a surprise to Jacklyn which she’ll never forget.
Ah, forgot … too bad she didn’t start with her head. Maybe the rest of her … uhm … body … is already in trouble.
Wheatley: “Hello there! Are you dead? You look dead! Oh, I just got back from space…funny thing, that…turns out my housing could take the heat of re-entry and the impact. I have this new gig, and check out my lair!”
Behind the stone facade, the entire lab is surrounded in an electrified shell of 3 inch thick steel. Then a shell of adamantium, mithril, a hollow space filled with anti-matter, a triple layer of adamantium, mithril and ceramite, and in the middle of the lab is an giant ghost catching vortex (ala ghost-busters) that funnels the souls of the curious dead into a reactor that powers everything. Why pay the utility company’s exorbitant rates when you can build a reactor that runs off of souls.
Jacklyn: “This must be the Death Star superlaser room…”
I think he wouldn’t be much of a mad scientist if, knowing he would have the occasional ghost as a guest, he’d put up a door like that and NOT ghostproof/ghost-trap what’s beyond.
ohmigosh it’s GlAdOs!
Beautifull hair in last panel.
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