Surely, Maya, May I?

Comic for Decem­ber 16, 2008: Surely, Maya, May I?

For the record, Maya is the quintet’s trom­bon­ist. But she knows her way around a tuba, and bor­rows a sousa­phone from the local high school when­ever TUBACHRIST­MAS rolls around.

More on TUBACHRIST­MAS to come.

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  1. danny zabbal says:

    “…euphonious majesty…” wow, that’s an amaz­ing com­bi­na­tion of words! lol

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  2. Orceiacum says:

    Eeeh, I hate to be picky, but the Sousa­phone was the march­ing equiv­a­lent of the Tuba. The one on her back looks more likely to be a Tuba, mainly since it isn’t round.

    Jeez, I’m a pain. >.<

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  3. Greg says:

    When I first saw the strip I was also a little con­fused, but after look­ing up a few pic­tures of sousa­phone cases I real­ized that it wasn’t actu­ally so unrea­son­able:

    http://​images.​finecases.​com/​p​r​o​d​u​c​t​s​/​B​0​0​5​4​/​i​m​a​g​e​s​/​s​k​b​3​8​0​_​1.jpg
    http://​img3.musi​cians​friend.​com/​d​b​a​s​e​/​p​i​c​s​/​p​r​o​d​u​c​t​s​/​2​/​9​/​6​/​2​7​9​2​9​6.jpg

    But John drew it, so maybe he’d like to weigh in on this one?

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  4. macsnafu says:

    “the brazen horn of gods and titans…” Great turn of phrase!

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  5. Theplayer131 says:

    Oh dear, Roy just TOTALLY let his news­pa­per fall to the floor! 😉

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  6. Tony says:

    Isn’t the sousa­phone more like a dis­pho­nium?

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