Pesky Gremlins Comic 269 – Many Faces

Many Faces

Passenger Bob Wilson must face what he fears was on the wing of his airliner.  It is much worse than he imagined.

This was my favorite scene from the original Twilight Zone episode. A young William Shatner, aka Bob Wilson, looks outside into the storm expecting to see and empty wing but is instead confronted by the gremlin being RIGHT THERE outside his window.  Of course, the gremlin in the Twilight Zone showed far more restraint than the one in today’s strip.

10 thoughts on “Pesky Gremlins Comic 269 – Many Faces

  1. That’s a face that would scare you on the ground much less at 20,000 feet in the sky.

    1. It is scary at any altitude.

      1. I was talking about Shatner. 🙂

        1. Ha! I thought you were talking about the old gremlin!

  2. Um… yeah… a liddle bit… o_O

    1. Definitely too far. This bad judgement was brought to you by a lack of oxygen.

  3. No one wants to see that face.

    1. No they don’t and that’s why that last panel was tastefully done from outside. Not from the passengers perspective.

  4. It’s the spit on the window that will get to him.

    1. That’s just one of several things…

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