December 29th, 2007


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Discussion (8)¬

  1. Lindsay says:

    I love the changes in perspective in each of the panels. Plus the background in the last panel adds perfectly to “angry-wombat-face”

  2. TekServer says:



  3. Mark Antony says:

    When someone has just escaped death through the clever use of undead vegetables, I really don’t know what you can say beyond “Indeed”.

  4. Xyon says:


  5. zingowner says:

    Considering the thickness of a wombat rump, riding until it’s tenderized is more impressive than it sounds. Great comic by the way, absolutely one of my favorites.

  6. Tindi says:

    It’s like Digger and her earlier “Weird” about the dead god. xD

  7. Murasaki says:

    Everyone has different priorities. Apparentally, the gods’ and the wombats’ priorities are at odds. A living dead god is “weird”
    Surviving death by the clever use of undead veggies, earns one an

  8. JET73L says:

    “Interesting” may have been better. “Indeed” implies “yeah, good, so now you know this. So do I”, which in turn implies “Well, /I/ could have told you that”, which in turn begets a “So why in the name of solidly-packed soil /didn’t/ you tell me that before I tenderized my rump on a troll’s back and braved a field of vampire squash!?”

    Then again, the statue hasn’t had the chance to speak with Digger since before the metal-masked servants climbed out of the tunnel, and preconceptions can easily skew the facts one finds while doing research both amongst books and amongst the living, so perhaps “indeed” truly should be sufficient.