Pulling Stitches - Theater 1, Play 2, Act 1, Scene 5

The Germans begin their mission


Reynard: This is exactly how zeppelins are made by the way


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8 comments

  • William

    William 2 weeks ago

    Love it. Got a laugh from it several times. And your right, all the large balloons had smaller one's inside that actually did the lifting. Just not quite that small. But that's what makes this pic so funny. All the small balloons flying out.

  • Panther

    Panther 2 weeks ago

    The germans begins their mission ........... And they already fails it XD

  • Random Guy

    Random Guy 2 weeks ago

    Does this mean that the United States lifted their ban on the exporting of helium to Germany? Or are those highly-electrostatic toy balloons all filled with hydrogen?

    (I'm not trying to be critical -I LOVE your strip!- I'm just trying to better understand the senario.)

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 2 weeks ago

    I guess the regulations were too *thready*, now all hopes *float* away due to a very mis-*Led Zeppelin*, and leave the boys *balloon*-ely.

  • WB101

    WB101 2 weeks ago

    Ach mine hindenburger!

    O_O

  • Panther

    Panther 7 days ago

    That's what happens when you use a tape being cheap ^_^"

  • Spector

    Spector 6 days ago

    "I TOLD you Goodyear couldn't build a better blimp..."

  • William

    William 4 days ago

    Spector If you did not know Goodyear actually made a number of good blimps during WW2. Barrage as well as maritime patrol one's. In fact a L class delivered parts for B-25's to the Hornet at sea just before Doolittle's raid. The K class was used a lot for patrol and antisubmarine hunts. If that was a joke then never mind. Check Wikipedia for more information on the K and L class among others if you guys are not familiar with them.

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