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– And it’s over! Don’t worry, Jasper and his crew will return. In the meantime, Season 6 starts on Monday!
– I’ll be doing a kids oriented signing at Books with Pictures here in Portland this Sunday from 2pm. I’ll also be at the excellent Artist Alley Comic Fest on August 7th. I very much encourage youto come check out Artist Alley. it’s small, community oriented and lots of fun! And free!
“The math will wear off soon” — oh man, that’s hilarious on so many levels.
I’ve heard it said before, “there is strength in numbers.” 😀
That sounds like a pun Terry Pratchett would make 🙂
Which is not a bad thing to say about anything.
This conversation seems irrational to me.
the hair is going to eat those rats
That kind of bad pun will get you keelhauled.
Yes, Raccoon, we get it.
For a ferocious bad-ass Raccoon is quite endearingly indulgent and paternal toward … ugh, Raccoon.
I can’t believe I didn’t even see that one coming… just remember, what goes ’round comes ’round. 😉
Holy crap! I just now got the pi-rats joke… several hours later.
Hehehe and pi because that was the number of the secret spell…. double pun!
In the third panel I thought the joke was pi as in math.
It is, but Raccoon doesn’t know it. She just gets the rat part.
oh my gosh, I feel so dumb. I only JUST got what pi-rats meant. I thought it meant 3.14 because math makes them turn into rats, not pi-rats as in “pirates”.
Raccoon! Take those Math Rats out of your snakes mouths! You know where they’ve been!!!
You know, if you decided to stop Modest Medusa and just did a comic about the Pirates of Yeld, I wouldn’t be that upset.
Oh, good. Then you won’t be upset when that eventually happens.
So, are there other tribes of math-rats, such as e-rats ?
There may be. I think Pi Rats (Math Rat is a slur) are the most common, but it makes sense that there might be others.
Being a math nerd, and coming from a family that loves puns, this is an epic win! 😀
Plus, I’ve been having a really crappy couple of days, so I needed this. Thank you.