Yep, you’ve probably guessed what’s going to happen next . . . or did you? . . .
Labyrinth, yarn to find the way through, get lost, find Minotaur, come up with excuse for not having the yarn such as the kitten forced him to part with it or something.
Oh… uh…. spoilers alert? Yeah… bit late on that one sorry
That’s one pissed off looking pussycat!
Watch out, Perseus, King Minos hired a cat along with the Minotaur…
Good thing they didn’t even need the yarn. IIRC, a labyrinth doesn’t have any dead ends, it’s just a one-way twisty passage to the center.
You didn’t see Labyrinth. There were plenty of dead ends.
Was that the movie where David Bowie kidnapped the gorgeous brunette from Requiem for a Dream? I don’t seem to remember liking it very much. It did have a few good car chases though, so it wasn’t a total loss.
That Labyrinth and the Greek/Roman one are very different. The one you are talking about was magical in the sense that there was no straight path through. Enter one door doesnt lead you a few feet to the other side, but could teleport you to an entirely different area, sort of a menger sponge, only a maze instead of square rooms. The Greek Labyrinth was just so vast there is no way to accurately map it out, and you’d never know if you were going the wrong way as ALL of the ways are the wrong way unless you knew the secret paths. In the greek version it would be more similar to an endlessly stretching hallway, splitting into more endlessly stretching hallways then a merger sponge.
Anyone else see the guard pick his nose and take a nibble?
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