Re: Comments on Sonic 35 (spoilers)

From: Chris Forsyth <>
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 17:44:53 -0500 (EST)

On Thu, 4 Apr 1996, William Graham wrote:
> Ron Bauerle <> writes:

> > But what's a "triple helix"? That chain didn't look like a helix
> > at all to me...
> In the panel in the middle of page 10, are we looking along the axis of 3
> chains twisted around one another? It's hard to tell, so I just took
> Sonic's word for it. I wonder if a triple-helical DNA-like molecule,
> that can encode information and triplicate itself, could really exist?

       Actually, it already does. Where do you think bureaucrats come
from? ;-) (You must fill your DNA out in triplicate... ;-) )

       BTW, I think that maybe a *million* rings would have been a more
appropriate value there--after all, in the average game, Sonic picks up a
few thousand rings during play--and in the comic, he's been doing that
for several years now.

                                  Chris Forsyth

Received on Thu Apr 04 1996 - 18:01:37 PST

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