And that’s it, the bonus strip! And the official end of this iteration of Spactrawler.
Tomorrow I will post a li’l silly something (since this strip didn’t work when being cut into two strips), and then the next day will start the Wezzle/Bikkie adventure!
Thank you all for reading and enjoying, and I really enjoyed reading all of your kind words on the previous strip about the series (and your guesses for the next storyline)!
Oh, and more stretch goals for the Kickstarter!
Getting close to the third stretch goal!
They should keep the translator chips away from the alpacas. At this point, I suspect that almost any creature would seem to be intelligent with the chips. At least the bar is quite low. Kangaroos for heaven’s sake.
Mauricio never said did *where* he wanted to be an alpaca farmer. An alien planet is as good a place as anywhere.
I hope he ends up being so successful that, after a few decades, alpacas will be that planet’s primary export.
“What’s that, Joaquin?”
“It looks like a UFO abducting alpacas.”
“I thought they only liked humans and cattle.”
“If they leave mutilated bodies all around here, I’m not cleaning it up.”
Alpacas, I assume they can eat the local verdure without incident? Maybe we will find out now. Maybe from Peru. Mauricio looks happy.
If alpacas can eat what grows where alpacas live, they can probably eat almost anything.
Happy Yuri AND cheered up Mauricio, I’m so glad!
Thank you so much Christopher for making us dream and laugh, I’m addicted to your strips.
And soooo impatient to see more of Wezzle and Bikkie!
Hey, thanks for delivering the happy ending for Mauricio that I wish Martina had gotten. Great story!
Everybody else: Get the books! Kickstarter is still running.
Anesu could certainly be a might tough to take in person — not to say abrasive, mocking, superior and infuriating — but her heart’s certainly in the right place, whether that place is full of alpacas or Laufian slinten pods.
@Peter Rogan : Thanks. You HAD to say that. Now I’m closely examining the drawings of the alpacas to find any evidence that yes, they ARE alpacas and not genuine imitation alpacas made from slinten pods.
Ok, I did NOT want that image in my head. Thanks a heap.
Not my doing! I blame Muzhik exclusively for his wild, wild imagination. It’s not my fault that the alpacas may each contain a slinten pod, equipped with a jetpack. No! It’s NOT!
Not sure I want to know how, exactly, Anesu came up with a crate of ruminids.
Thank you for this <3
–one of your neighbors in the Southwest region