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Curiosity literally killed the cat in the first story--in the last panel you see the poor kitty's skeleton inside the living muck the professor created. Although I do love the line "Why are you pouring cereal into the flask?" That's the first time I've ever seen a scientist feed his experiment cereal. XD.I love the design for the sorceress in the second story.The third story has a nice twist with the gold merely being a lure to get rid of nasty people.
The muck almost became a sort of "Cereal Killer" till they destroyed it at the end of the story!Bad pun I know.....
All three were winners, even if the coloring was a bit off here and there in the second story.And now a bit of news in the area of artificial life/man made life, and no, this isn't a joke....http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/english/tv/scienceview/archives20120505.htmlThe Leading Edge:Artificial Cells: Revealing the Secrets of LifeI can't load the video, basically the scientist found a way to create man made cells to unlock the secrets of life. Fortunately these cells don't do anything but 'live' in petri dishes.
Scary stuff this genetic engineering. I used to just read about all this stuff in comics and sci-fi magazines!
And now its real!