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Oh no! The egg was running in terror to a place of safety! It’s trying to pretend to be a flower!
Maybe Tawee’s Gibbervox wore off and that’s just Red calling to him, and NOT the sound of a native predator right behind him.
Wishful thinking. Next best thing is an angry native who wants people to leave his/her property.
Oh, they already met the angry native. Left him to get eaten. Then tried to sleep in his bed.
Point taken, but then again there should be more than one angry native on that rock.
Y’know, it just occurred to me that sound could be Red waking up with a mouthful of dirt.
Uh Oh, the egg’s battery ran down, so the hatchling is on it’s own now.
And “glibx” sure sounds like babytalk to me. (Echoes of Walt Kelly again)
Could a predator be thinking Tawee’s trying to snatch their child? We all wonder
Why am I hoping that the “glibx” came from Bartleby, the Rat Creature?
I’m guessing that the egg needed to find a quiet place to hatch. Now that it has hatched, it is powering down leaving behind “Glibx” who now thinks that Tawee is its mommy.
I think that was just the egg shell. Whatever was in it, has now emerged from the egg. And saying “glibx”?
“Glibx” = “Mama!”?
I guess this is to much of a family comic to have an “Alien” moment. Or I’d be screaming “RUN Tawee RUN!!!!!”
I have a very good feeling that those pirates were looking for that tripod egg. Until we have confirmation of that though we will have to wonder who or what shouted “glibx!”.
Very good comic, thank you very much, I’ll be coming back to read some more.
I have really enjoyed this comic but noticed nothing has been written after the first part of May. Is this going to be continued or did something happen? I would really like to see what happens next. Thanks William
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