Comic 156 - Chapter 1 Remake Page 23

18th Jan 2018, 9:52 PM in Early Bird Special REMAKE
Chapter 1 Remake Page 23
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BloodWolf 19th Jan 2018, 11:21 PM edit delete reply
So this time he just slips instead of the branch breaking?
Iceburgh69 20th Jan 2018, 12:53 AM edit delete reply
I think it works out a bit better. Branches are at their most likely to break as you put your weight on them, since you put more force on it than when you're static. However, ones grip can worsen over time for a variety of reasons, so I find it more believable.
kafj302 20th Jan 2018, 6:22 AM edit delete reply
Well the first thing to fail on shows like "American Ninja Warrior" is grip strength. You can be toned and ready, but grip will always do you in.
Iceburgh69 20th Jan 2018, 7:26 PM edit delete reply
Agreed. Since the muscles of the hand aren't really there for strength except for the thumb muscle, grip strength is tied to the tendons, though you still have to work out the finders. There's a dude who can hold up his body weight with just his pinky because of that.
midnightclubx 21st Jan 2018, 10:23 PM edit delete reply
Yep; I think losing your grip on a tree branch seemed a lot more likely to happen than it breaking, for a wide variety of reasons, as you can see on the comments below. :)
wolflily 22nd Jan 2018, 11:07 AM edit delete reply
I am loving the "American Ninja Warrior" reference, lol. Well, we can conclude Sam is no ninja
Kafj302 24th Jan 2018, 6:53 PM edit delete reply
Hmm maybe a future chapter could have her wolfing out before getting on "American Ninja Warrior" course. They just think she is in costume.
wolflily 25th Jan 2018, 10:17 AM edit delete reply
omg, that would be hilarious and amazing
Orakulos 25th Jul 2018, 10:12 AM edit delete reply
Ouch... What did Deadpool call it? Superhero landing? At least with that time of landing you have a lot less room of slow your impact and then with only one foot and the rest on the knee... How can you still run after that?
Also. When you push yourself off of a branch to get to the next branch (on your way down the tree) you exert a lot mor force for a short time onto it so the most likely points for a branch to snap is when you climb onto it and when you want to leave. But that way is breat too.
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