Everybody is Steve?For some reason everybody in the story we meet, besides the maincharacters seems to be named 'Steve'
Are there any more Steve-sightings beyond the Lemonade-storyarc?
What are those necessary essentials Snippy is supposed to find in the wasteland?
- CARDBOARD BOX
- DUCK TAPE
- AIR REFRESHER
- DENTAL FLOSS
- PANTY HOSE
- NEW SUBORDINATE
- A SONG
- GUMMY BEARS
- CREDIT CARD
- LOTTERY TICKET
- VACUUM CLEANER
- ELBOW GREASE
- FLOPPY DISK
No surprise the Captain used a whole roll of toilet paper to write this wishlist down on.
The umbrella and moustache have come in handy so far, with Captein using the umbrella to slow his falling.
Things that fly
- Car's steering wheel
- Electric whisk
- Is that another 'Hello Cancer purse'? Too bad it's partly covered up!
- Plastic flamingo
Aren't 2 of the things actually somewhere on Captain's shoppinglist? (3 if you count Photoshop as new subordinate.)
Foreshadowing of the squad's battle against the aliens, Biomass and the appearance of the Lifealope. One of the figures has as of yet been unidentified: The multiarmed red creature. Another avatar of the Biomass or a foe yet to come? Maybe it's the gigantic lobster that Captain rides ...
The hidden signature of the Author on many different pages.
Why would pre-apocalyptic Snippy try to strangle a very delicious looking sandwich and accuse it of trying to turn him into seafood? Actually some of his memories got mixed up while he was trapped in the Biomass.
- The first involved memory being himself trying to strangle Pilot on the frozen beach after escaping from a whale.
- The second memory being in the office of the G-Directorate before the apocalypse, trying to eat his unfortunate lunch.
Obviously Snippy switched between the memories just in the wrong moment, and thought his hands were closing around Pilot's neck.
It is far less obvious to make the connection between the scenes in the comic, as there is a page with the Lifealope in between.
Captain of the past
And then there is Snippy sitting at his office-desk, but what's far more interesting is, what's going on there in the background...