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(Jon sez:)

Your Writer: Jon Kilgannon "This place is a maze." I keep hoping that some postmodernist will read A Miracle of Science and notice all these metaphors I leave lying around like Elvis sightings. Alas, the postmodernists are all too busy deconstructing Baudrillard to read anything as nonutilitarian as a webcomic.

Speaking of sightings, I believe it has been a while since we threw a shout out* to Faith Erin Hicks, whose Demonology 101 is among the best things available on the Internet of any kind. Go read her comic. Tell her Elvis sent ya.

* I believe it may in fact be illegal for a person such as I, with less funk than an accountants' convention, to use the phrase "throw a shout out to," but I've never let my lack of funkiness get in the way of anything else in my life and I don't intend to start now.

(Mark sez:)

Your Artist: Mark Sachs A Miracle of Science's start-to-crate ratio: 59 pages. Not bad.

The idea that a server room in the looming future year of 2148 would look the same as a server room circa 1998 is practically brain-dead, and I apologize for it. If it makes up for it any, it took forever for me to ink that panel.

Anyway, as long as we're throwing mad pr0pz or whatever, let me recommend to you some other webcomics I'm quite fond of. Narbonic is, of course, the Ur-Mad Science Comic; all others can only bow their heads in acknowledgement of its superiority. Checkerboard Nightmare has perhaps the snappiest and smartest humor of any strip I've ever read, on or offline. And Dominic Deegan, Oracle for Hire is just charming, darnit. Those three should keep you out of trouble for a while.