By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

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  1. ALRIGHT! A mutliple part “freaky science” storyline.
    Oh goody, goody, goody, I LOVE these! But that is so sick;
    the kid’s professor having a skeleton stuffed under his desk…
    waitaminute, that’s the X-Ray glasses color SFX…
    that means the “under the desk” skeleton is really…
    Ooooh, this just gets better and better…
    And that Hollowayesque student leaving the classroom…
    is she lifting her arm to avoid the charging X-ray glasses kid,
    or wiping her mouth?
    I often wondered why instructors spent so much time at their desks grading papers…

  2. I know Evil Dr. Zenwatt pointed this out already, but I loved it so much I have to point it out too.

    Going back to the first panel after seeing all three panels is full of win.

    • Ah yes, Yacine, I am so pleased that a fellow colleague would also recognize that with R & N (and their limited sequential cartoon panels), some of the more juicer visual narrative, though often times far too subtle, is in the details. The, not so obvious, delicious details.

      • Humph, during my years as a mad scientist, and frustrated efforts to assemble the perfect re-animated specimen from dead tissue, I have sought after an entirely different kind of “head”. Perhaps I should have pursued a career as a “mad professor”. Seems much more rewarding.

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