I think I see a narwhale
Good friends keep Spud properly grounded.
Also, I like the level of inclusivity in the middle panel. In addition to the usual suspects, we have a rampaging rabbit and a nuclear-option narwhal!
There is the puzzling matter of the wolf with the incomplete question: Will Henry? Will Henry what? Rescue Spud? Just check the next panel, you kooky canine!
Seagull would save him, right?
Looks like Seagull forgave Amelia for the snatched feather.
Or, you could lose oxygen, pass out, drop, get hit by the airplane and then drop onto the Arctic Circle. Think of the stories you could tell Wallace’s grandchildren, Spud!
Let’s go fly a kite, up to the highest hight, and send it soaring up to the atmosphere, up where the air is clear… not exactly for Spud.
Thanks to Rose and Amelia for keeping this strip grounded in reality.
Rosa sweetie please don’t feed into his mania no matter how much you need to be scientfically accurate.
If Spud got launched into the sky, would he become Spudnik?
Given Spuds record this is very plausible.
I like the kite string crossing the word balloons..
Amelia seems to be only partially drawn. Is that a face I can hardly see?
Beware the puffins, owl and hare for they will eat you. Also, heard a Barred Owl last night – “Who hoots who-who… Who hoots who ya’ll”
The girls aren’t exactly selling it. No kite flying for Spud today.
Sounds like fun….
New to me: the kite strings across the word balloons. Don’t think I’ve ever seen such a thing before. Nice depth cue Will.
It’s a long scroll down to the W’s to get to Wallace. My favorite part is that I find myself smiling in anticipation before I even get there
Those are the most ferocious looking puffins I’ve ever seen!
If that were to happen then Spud could sing ‘Ice, Ice Baby’ and it might scare the predators away. Apologies to anyone I earwormed for the day with that.
Besides, you’re probably heavier than you think, Spud. You’d at best only get dragged ten feet into the air, not ten miles.
Missed opportunity for a crossover with Ed, Oscar and Gordo.
Wolf, wolf, penguin, Polar Bear, penguin, walrus, rabid rabbit, baby snowbird, owl?, nuther polar bear, some kind of bird in background, rabid unicorn (or norwhale?). Hold on Spud.
What, no fear of kite eating trees?
And I noticed Henry got up and moved to the more comfortable side of Amelia…
The gull has apparently forgiven Amelia.
That walrus looks disturbingly like my great grandpa.
Hey, guys (roaring beasts say), it’s Spudcicle!
I resent the implication that penguins could be involved in the kids demise (unless those are puffins)
Seagull is so comfy.
Spud is wise beyond his years. He’s seen enough Charlie Brown Specials to know what kind of things happen to kite-flyers.
don’t be silly Spud, with your head you could anchor down a blimp.
You gotta watch out for the ferocious Polar Hare.
April 15, 2016