Sleeping on the Job

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Pesky Gremlins Comic 603 – Sleeping on the Job

Sleeping on the Job

The Fearless Flyer finds that the Count’s unorthodox zeppelin is more than a match for his biplane and must rely on other defensive measures.

Since Elmo’s E-type Jaguar was the last web page bonus, this time will show the Jaguar’s stable mate, the classic Corvette.

corvette illustration

Elmo maybe an odd little guy, but he does have good taste in what he stores in his garage. With its hood up, there is no telling what kind of mischief the gremlins might be up to. Snafu takes great pride in his ability to remove small parts that render the Corvette immobile, but Lucas is the real threat with his tinkerings with the electrical system.

11 thoughts on “Pesky Gremlins Comic 603 – Sleeping on the Job

  1. That’s an extremely flexible and agile zeppelin!

    Why am I reminded of Deadman’s Curve?

    1. The zeppelin is called the FluggerSlinky (flying slinky)

      Had to Google Dead Man’s Curve but I found it. A song by Jan and Dean about a race between a Corvette and a Jaguar that went a little sideways, right?

      1. That’s it. I really liked that song, though it was rarely played. One of the best car songs, I think.

        1. Forgot to mention one of the sings was involved in a similar serious accident in his Vette a few years later. It took him years to recover. There was a TV movie about it.

        2. Life imitating art! and then art imitating life.

          I have to admit up until now, I always thought that the Beach Boys sang that song.

  2. Not only agile, it seems incredibly fast as well.

    1. Yep, the FluggerSlinky is both fast and maneuverable! I attribute it speed and flexibility to my totally ignoring all aspects of aerodynamics.

  3. Wake up Kitty!

    1. That cat sleeps almost as much as our real cat.

  4. The airship’s flexibility factor is right up their with the best Olympic gymnasts

    1. Maybe even better. I don’t think that they can loop their spines like that.

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