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Table cell

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Strip by: Ian Boreham

{A police station. A man in a lab coat is seated in a cell in the background. In the foreground, a police officer has a suspect in handcuffs, and is speaking to the chief.}
arresting officer: This one's a web designer. Brought him in on a vandalism charge. Graffiti. He admitted to being responsible for the tags on the sites of most of the largest companies in town.

chief: Put him in a cell. I'll get to him after I grill the professor there. We've got him on tape boasting about "solving" a "problem" involving three bodies.

The author writes:

I don't know why, but this strip seemed to take way longer to draw than it should have. (I usually estimate the time taken by my feeling of sleep deprivation.) The bars were a bit fiddly, but I don't think that was the only thing. Oh, well. Speaking of bars, apparently these cells don't actually have any entrances. They must have bricked the professor in, I guess.

Drawn in Krita and Inkscape.