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Comic #4852

1 Shopkeeper: Stop! The Elixir of Life isn’t going to work for you!
1 Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs: GULP!
2 Death of Inhaling Hatmaking Chemicals: GULP!
3 {beat}
4 Shopkeeper: I told you. You’re skeletons! Now I have to mop this floor.

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I was a bit worried about how easy it would be to convey the idea that the elixir just dribbled down their bones and ended up on the floor. But it turned out to be fairly trivial to draw it in Photoshop. In hindsight I should have added a slight blue glow to the container in the previous strip, but it had already been published by the time I made this one.

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