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The comic strip transports you to a top-secret world of ingenious scientists, aliens, and a genetically-engineered bee and dinosaur.
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Uncommon Knowledge No. 4: Doc’s Brain Vault

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Uncommon Knowledge No. 4: Doc’s Brain Vault

The National Laboratory building, centrally located on the highly-classified Lost Cactus base, is akin to the proverbial tip of the iceberg. The massive structure that sits above ground is merely the top three levels of a high-tech, complex structure extending thirteen stories down into the solid rock. These subterranean levels have a variety of purposes: biohazardous and radioactive storage, a small nuclear reactor, laboratories, centrifuges, underground testing, bunkers, and Doc’s brain vault. 

The brain vault holds the noodles of many famous and infamous people. How did the brains end up there? A randomly checked box on tax returns surreptitiously grants the ‘Powers That Be’ post-mortem cranial access. Occasionally, a man in black will show up at the morgue waving a paper in the face of the funeral director and follow through with obtaining the brain in question. Lost Cactus is the primary recipient of the ill-gotten brains, and Doc uses them in his reanimation experimentation. Since suitable human bodies for transplantation are even more scarce, the brains typically end up in the noggins of willing lab rats. Hence, don’t be alarmed if you happen to hear a little lab rat warbling “I’ve got you under my skin.” or reciting a line from Hamlet.

Doc’s Brain Vault
Doc’s Brain Vault

 

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