Frozen Pink - Theater 1, Play 2, Act 1, Scene 2

Time for some heavy equipment!

Reynard: Or whatever, lol

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  • William

    William 3 years ago

    Mis labeled box. Tank instead is 4 scooters and pink at that.

  • Antarian_knight

    Antarian_knight 3 years ago

    Ummmm... Well, maybe the russian sentries will laugh themselves unconscious and you can sneak past. Or maybe pity you so much that they let you through.

  • Panther

    Panther 3 years ago

    I think there has been a big problem/confusion in the equipment service room ^_^"

  • Vrghr

    Vrghr 3 years ago

    Hey, at least they're camouflage-pink! All they have to do now is wait until cherry blossom time, and they can blend right in. ;-)

    (Oh, and change the invasion destination from Russian to Japan)

  • Muddy

    Muddy 3 years ago

    “Tanks..., for the memories...”

  • Colin WG

    Colin WG 3 years ago

    Camouflage pink at that.

  • Allen F

    Allen F 3 years ago

    Yup, those things look like they'll do snow real good ...

  • Johnnosk

    Johnnosk 3 years ago

    The cammo on those scooters would make it hard to spot at sunrise and sunset. The RAF did a similar colour on its reconnaissance and patrol Spitfires during WWII

  • LionkingCMSL

    LionkingCMSL 3 years ago

    Panel two happened in real life to the Southern Pacific at Yuba Gap, Ca. on January 13, 1952. Train number 101, the "City of San Francisco", was stalled by large drifts at that location. It took three days to rescue the train with its 196 passengers and 25 crewmen. No one died and the only major difference is that the "CoSF" was not encased in blocks of ice and it was hauled by ALCo PAs and a PB, which are diesel-electrics.

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 3 years ago

    Hey, that’s actually smart thinking. Nobody’ll expect tanks to look like pink scooters, nor even think of pink scooters as military vehicles. So much genius in this strip!

  • jprime

    jprime 3 years ago

    @Vrghr Why would they invade their ally?

  • Panther

    Panther 3 years ago

    But !! They'll be able to hold winter time without equipment ?

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