Reverse Continuity Rabbit

Reverse Continuity Rabbit

Now you get to see how it works. The reverse continuity, I mean. Little RCR here is the watcher. When he detects a disturbance, he remedies it.

The gun is, of course, from the previous strip. I’m not going to do reminder links when it’s that recent.


Discussion (31)¬

  1. Anonymous (Not Really) says:

    Just because everything is fine again doesn’t mean Mr. Stinky doesn’t have to put away that gun.

    But he should.

  2. Ian says:

    I’m sure he’ll dispose of it properly.

  3. Mum says:

    I want an RCR.

  4. L.B. says:

    The Puffs are happy again, too. What happened?

  5. Ian says:

    It’s reverse continuity, LB – the rabbit has done his job!

  6. earlz says:

    But what happened to Robinson and Harbor? How did the RCR affect them?

  7. Ian says:

    We can’t be certain at this point, but I would assume RCR operates with a very high level of intelligence, and is capable of separating the good and the bad. I would hope that Robinson’s escape qualifies as “good.”

  8. Ian says:

    I should note that the current name of the trope is “negative continuity,” but I like the sound of “reverse continuity” better – more dynamic! And besides, RCR is much better than NCR.

  9. Audrey Marquis says:

    This is so deep and almost theological in nature. I feel like my brain is bleeding. :)

  10. I wonder how RCR affected Robinson, Harbor, and the eggnob.

  11. TIE GUY says:


  12. TIE GUY says:

    Just my reaction to the comic

  13. Ian says:

    The rabbit merely explains and demonstrates a mechanic that has been in place in FMAF for a long time.

  14. TIE GUY says:

    It just really weird that it all happens so quickly And because of a rabbit but then I hastily remind myself what kind of site this is. Randomness is the key.

  15. TIE GUY says:

    And is that the same rabbit we saw ages ago?

  16. Ian says:

    The speed is indeterminate. I would assume that the land reverts to “normal” as the rabbit crosses it. So, it might take a bit. Or maybe it’s a fast rabbit.

    And yes, RCR is the rabbit that prompted the name of the land when it was first discovered. :D

  17. G says:



    This is like the best idea EVERRRRR

    …So yeah.

  18. Leah_The_Hippie says:

    Ok! That was awesome, man. Poor Mr.Stinky! He has the right to bear arms. I mean, how IS he holding the gun anyway? Or is he the gun’s couch?

  19. Ian says:

    I approve, G.

    Leah: I’m not sure how he manages it, but he somehow cracked a whip for what must have been days on end. Mr. Stinky is just plain talented.

  20. Mad Hatter says:

    That rabbit is the Savior of Flying Man’s land. Seriously… they should put up a statue in the rabbit’s honor.

    Long live the RCR!

  21. Xiegfried says:

    So is the RCR somewhat of an all-knowing deity with the ability to “rewind” things?

  22. Anon E. Muss says:

    How much does one o’ those RCRs cost? I want some!

  23. mrgameandpie says:

    Let’s just hope the rabbit doesn’t RCR everything out of existence. I’m not sure we can trust one bunny with that much power

  24. Stuffgamer1 says:

    Funny how the gun remained while everything else reverted like that. Hey RCR, you missed a spot! :D

  25. Ian says:

    Or maybe the gun is a GOOD thing…for some reason. :D

  26. Anonymous (Not Really) says:

    I’m just wondering, does Reverse Continuity hurt? I’d imagine it would.

  27. Ian says:

    I don’t know if it hurts or not – maybe it’s painless.

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  30. tazx0 says:

    is mr. stinky always armed? he seems to me to be the type of bone that enjoys the company of a gun.