Will Burk carry this enormous thing around for the rest of the duration of the comic?
That'd surely be ridiculous.
Does Burk have a house? Or anywhere else to put it for that matter?
I would pay excessive amounts of money to see Burk carry around a feasting table (a table used to have feasts on) for at least 30-40 pages (of his story)
He won't. You don't have enough panels.
Also, the signature means that Ludvig was the painter of this scene, or merely an owner?
Ludvig painted it, yes.
Oh, i thought that he would just take a Wagon full of food
Actually, I'd argue that it is surely possible for him to do this, using whatever Pablo does to all his Diplomatic Weapons... how many? I'm seeing it goes up to fifty, maybe. Whatever, whether Pablo is in league with pocket dimension creating genies, or is in fact, a Time Lord, I bet he could have it all fit in Burk's backpack no sweat.
At least it isn't an Armoire of Invincibility.
thats so Burk
I don't know what I was expecting, but it certainly wasn't this.
Now it's the end of this arc, for the time being?
@Bisected you mean "aw, it's not an armoire of invincibility" Flying through space! Haveing adventures! Armoire! Armoire! Of invincibilitaaaaaaayyyy!
@ Neo Author Comment: ...so Yes, Burk will keep that for the rest of the comic. But it'll be invisible for most of the time since Burk will rediscover the fact that his bag contains Hammerspace. Or Burk will find someone who has a Magic Ability that has Hammerspace type effects and get their aid in transporting it.
@ Enigman: Pablo's Diplomatic Weapons are hidden or part of his clothing, made up of complicated technology that mixes and matches in interesting ways to produce what Pablo currently needs. All except for Diplomatic Weapon #1: Money, which needs to be kept separate as it's intended to be given away.
Where Burke intends to keep that is a fair question. We don't really know where he comes from, or if he has a home to put that thing in.
If Burke isn't the hero we deserve, who does deserve to have him as their hero I wonder?
Burk isn't the hero we deserve, he's just the one that showed up.
This is the best comic
Is it the first time that Burk uses such angry language? He used to be more polite and easygoing.
Also, Burk is again smarter than he looks, because a work of an artist who left this world in such an extraordinary way, and part of a country's elite, will be worth more. He just should find an antique merchant or a gallery to hire and store this piece for later (maybe Pablo would advise on this matter).
@Nayr No... This is the king of comics, all must bow before Neorice's shining masterpiece.
Burk is fed up with people telling him he's not allowed to get the gift he wants!
I assume this means the Judge opted to not give Burk the same gift as Pablo. That's probably for the best.
@Darius Drake: Say, a certain Felix maybe...?