Chris Says: If you’re telling me Dr. Space Baby is not the sensational character find of 2010, then you are a lying liar who lies.
Sorry, Chris, but consensus in the OR at the Big Ol’ Hospital I work at is that Dr. Dirtbike is the best character of 2010.
And consensus among the administration is that we’re not getting a ramp to do stunt surgeries. Damnit.
Great. Now my brains have been ‘slpoded all over the room. Thanks Awesome Hospital!
I dunno, he’s pretty awesome, but there’s this Dr. Dirtbike guy who’s pretty cool too.
And, well, Axe Cop.
Um, Dr. Space Baby, you’re the one who came into a sterile room, breathing over everything with your face hanging out. I don’t know how they did things in space, or the womb, or wherever the hell it is you came from, but where I come from, THAT’s “compwetewy iwwesponsible!”
(Ooh, I just served an infant. Why don’t I feel better about myself.)
Dr. Space Baby is my favorite character to draw, so far. The footie-pajama space suit cracks me up every time.
Hey I’m enjoying this!
My favorite part of all the AH universe is the medical professionals who come to comment about how Dr. Space Baby and Dr. Dirtbike aren’t doing something in a responsible medical manner, while simultaneously endorsing dirtbikes and baby’s in operating rooms.
Mike @ MHH-
Science is science, but if you can’t get behind endorse dirtbikes and space babies in operating rooms, you’re just unAmerican. Once there’s a journal review on the efficacy of dirtbikes in treating death ray trauma, I’m sure Dr. Space Baby will come around to the dirtbike surgery technique. Then we’ll have a baby on a dirtbike and the Internet will crack in half…again.
Glad to see Awesome Hospital online at last! Instead of just hearing about it. Endlessly. I kid.
Anyway, Jay & Mike:
There was, in fact, one published article on dirt-bike interventions in acute trauma: see (The Use of Unconventional Techniques in Extreme Trauma. Bonedevill K., et al. Eur J Im Surg. Nov 2008).
However, its not a randomized control trial and has it methodological problems.
I like to imagine Dr. Space Baby talks with this voice:
Not gonna lie…at first, I thought Dr. Space Baby was Dig-Dug.
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Death Rays. Mind Control. Teenage Werewolves. When you've got a problem so rad that conventional science can't help, you need to consult the specialists of Awesome Hospital.
#1: Diagnosis: A rash of Death Ray attacks and a critical case of rocking too hard test the skills of the Awesome Hospital staff.
#2: Malignant: Financial troubles force a merger with the private Weakler & Associates clinic, but will the WeakAss doctors save Awesome Hospital... or destroy it?
#3: Forever: A problem in the past sends Mike, Sven, Arthur and the mysterious Dr. Time Machine across the timestream to operate, but on who... or what?
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