Reverse - Theater 2, Act 1, Scene 7

The flagpole needs medical attention too!


Reynard: Good thing they have a reverse gear!

 


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6 comments

  • jprime

    jprime 6 days ago

    Seriously, did the people of this world, in those days, just not use words?

  • Shockwave07

    Shockwave07 6 days ago

    Have to admit, the Tanooki's have the most diverse language yet...

  • Panther

    Panther 4 days ago

    Well , i see : still one of these pro-Japan documentary where the americans are described as stupid dumb peoples .......... Wait , what ? I'm not on U-tube there ? ........ Oups , sorry ^_^"

  • FTL

    FTL 5 days ago

    Don't know if reversing beepers were a thing back then but it does get the point across. ;-)

    Bemusement to end in 3... 2... 1....

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 2 days ago

    I'll keep clinging to my headcanon that the flag was actually subtly and cleverly hidden beneath the stretcher in the previous strip, so this update doesn't matter because they don't have to go back for the flag. :3c

    @Panther: I guess this comic should be *flagged* for being offensive.
    Eh? EH!?
    No?
    Okay. :c

  • Antarian_knight

    Antarian_knight 18 hours ago

    I love how perplexed the American soldiers look in this one, especially the one in the last panel. I can just imagine the thought process running through his head.

    'Is this like an improve stage play or something? But why do they need the flag?'

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