• Posts Tagged ‘Humor’

    Floating

    by  • February 16, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Floating

    An essay by Dr. Barrett Eustice, as provided by Chris Vander Kaay Art by Justine McGreevy They still call me lightweight at work. They think it’s funny, and I never said anything the first time they did it, so now I’m stuck with it. I know they don’t take me seriously at the lab. If there...

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    In the Defense of Mummies

    by  • February 2, 2015 • Fiction • 2 Comments

    In the Defense of Mummies

    An essay by Dr. Genocide, as provided by J. M. Perkins Art by Katie Nyborg (This article first appeared in the December 2375 issue of Mad Science Monthly and is reprinted with permission. Mad Science Monthly accepts no liabilities for any hypertime anomalies arising from any person or persons acting with foreknowledge to as...

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    The Problem with Protégés

    by  • December 22, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Problem with Protégés

    An essay by Dr. Andre Jomes, as provided by Rob Oxley Art by Dawn Vogel Caution when Advancing Interns: A Personal Account Dr. Andre Jomes, MSBS, Director of BCRR, Berry & Serg Adrian9 Inner Cylinder Housing, Apt. 43-F Staff and Admin Tag 373-0 You will want the right kind of person to trust with...

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    Self-Help for Super Villains

    by  • December 1, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Self-Help for Super-Villains

    An essay by Bill Masterson, as provided by Christopher Holmes Nixon Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye “Deep within man dwell those slumbering powers, powers that would astonish him, that he never dreamed of possessing, forces that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action.” –Orison Swett Martin Hello. My name is Bill Masterson. I...

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    Please Wait

    by  • November 24, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Clifford Hahn, as provided by Robert Dawson Art by Katie Nyborg I could tell the dame was trouble as soon as she slithered into my office. A real Sherlock Holmes type might have deduced this by scientific observation of her blood-red stiletto-heeled shoes, in the context of the matching miniskirt, spaghetti-strap...

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    Weather is a Zero-sum Game

    by  • November 10, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Sam Keegan, as provided by Judith Field Art by Shannon Legler I wheeled my new invention up the garden. It was a metal box about the size of a pillow, with an array of switches, instrument panels, and levers down one side. At the top was an axle attached to a...

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