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It is High Noon, and Dr. Logarithm and Ampére face off in a a super duel. Dr. Logarithm is thrown off stride by the fact that he planned to duel with Magniloquence. So the duel continues with a war of words. Ampére ups the ante. -- Robert Stradley, the Weekend Artist.

Is the title "high Noon" significant? LMS 02Feb18

Yes, this panel and the following two panels have elements that are similar to Coop's movie, High Noon. -- Robert Stradley

Did Ampere just use her one zap? LMS 02Feb18

She has multiple zaps, but she must repower between zaps. And after multiple zaps she is very tired. - Robert

 
 
 
 
 
 
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