Pardon the lateness again, but I had to pack for Metrocon, which I’m actually leaving for in an hour. Drat, I should probably go shower now.
Panel 2 typo – “renerative” instead of “regenerative”. Are the sciencemen indestructible?
Basically, yes, considering the running joke of them being dismembered by the Beeserker.
How many times has a giant robot ripped them in half?
20 times so far:
http://www.beeserker.com/comics/mug-repair/ (probably counts)
Plus another 4 times in guest comics:
http://www.beeserker.com/comics/guest-comic-by-nathan-j/ (guest comic)
http://www.beeserker.com/comics/guest-comic-by-damousies/ (guest comic)
http://www.beeserker.com/comics/guest-comic-by-silvan-k/ (guest comic)
http://www.beeserker.com/comics/guest-comic-by-tammy-s/ (guest comic)
According to my calculations, that means about 3% of all strips have the sciencemen torn in half. And that’s not counting limb detachments, torso puncturings, drawings of them being torn in half, having their organs eaten by a robot, and a myriad of other unpleasantries.
They must go through a LOT of those. All for the sake of looking the part and being tellapartable.
They only got those two, they just got really good at sewing them back together
Doesn’t matter, shirtless scienceman, are best scienceman.
I see they’re training hard for this monstrosity we’re about to meet
Suddenly, I think the science men might have more potential for destruction than Beeserker
Well now he needs to put Beeserker on his other arm so they’re even.
Well, the muscles are good, but Yellow forgets about the bone tissue.
welll atleast we can tell them apart easier one has a giant arm now
Now do the other arm~
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