dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Thursday, 6 August 2015

As John comments on how his world has shrunk down to a campfire on an island, he gives himself a refugee in a war zone speech.

(Strip Number 1071, Original Publication Date, 7 August 1986)

Panel 1: It's the middle of night two and we see John and Phil change places in front of their fire.

Panel 2: John then mournfully comments that it's amazing that their whole world has narrowed down to this fire.

Panel 3: Right now, all he wants is to be warm, fed, and comfortable.

Panel 4: To hammer home home priorities change in a crisis, he moans that last week, he wanted a Mercedes.

Summary: While the notes will probably be a sort of vague, spacey comment to that general effect, the odd thing is that in about a year and a quarter, his 'need' for more will end up being filled with a sports car.

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