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March has 32 days, last story from the Mystery Tales 40 comic book


Here's for all of you the last story from the Mystery Tales #40 comic book seen on Lost, called March has 32 days. Enjoy!

March has 32 days (page 1) scan from Mystery Tales 40 March has 32 days (page 2) scan from Mystery Tales 40

March has 32 days (page 3) scan from Mystery Tales 40March has 32 days (page 4) scan from Mystery Tales 40

So, what will we do now that we've published all the scanned pages from the book? You'll have to wait and see :)


Comments March has 32 days, last story from the Mystery Tales 40 comic book

Er... Dude
What about the man from the cover
and the hidden land!? :-)
B. Astard B. Astard 12/06/2008 at 16:38
Yeah, that is what I was wondering. So there is no story about that guy in the airplane looking out the window at the city floating in the clouds? That sucks! Very misleading of Atlas Comics. That was the story I was looking forward to the most and it doesn't even exist.
Thanks for posting the whole comic though.
LostNFound LostNFound 12/06/2008 at 19:12
This, however, is the story causing this comic to be selected for use on lost.
Re-read it very carefully.  Pay attention to the details.
Anónimo 12/06/2008 at 20:15
Thanks guys for all your hard work in bringing this comic to the fans of Lost! I know it has been greatly appreciated throughout the web!!
I was a little disappointed also about the fact that the stories had nothing to do with the cover image. I really thought that we would be told more about the cities and that they would tie in somehow, especially since the reflection in the water on the logo looks like a match!
Was there anything else in the comic? Any short stories or advertisements for other comics that might lead us to the meaning of that image?
Nancy Drew Nancy Drew 12/06/2008 at 21:26
No, nothing aside from the 2 page text story titled "The Travelers".
Anónimo 13/06/2008 at 03:49
2 page text story titled "The Travelers" <-- Yes... Let's see that :-D
B. Astard B. Astard 13/06/2008 at 17:40
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It's really a very short story and not worth scanning, but we can sum it up.
Some scientist named Jake Bronowski is on a plane that passes through a storm and he weirds out during landing because the buildings don't look the same.  His best friend Dr. Polder, with whom he's been playing an ancient Egyption game he discovered, meets him but his name is now Waxman.  To make a long story short, they figure out that playing the game results in a "limitless outcome of similar timelines".  It's a weird game like chess game and Jake makes the "right move" and suddenly he's transported back to his timeline where Waxman is Polder again.  Honestly though, the story has nothing to do with LOST.  It's has a strong spirtualism slant to it.  It sounds more like Jumanji than anything else.
Anónimo 17/06/2008 at 03:44
Please post the entire thing!  There might be more to this!
We want every pages scanned and posted
with no annoying watermark pleaseeee... Thanks.. :-D
B. Astard 18/06/2008 at 03:14
^^ Including the Back Page
B. Astard 18/06/2008 at 03:15
Can you please post the Travelers story? please... please...please.....

It doesn't take that long to scan does it??
Steven Luce Steven Luce 18/06/2008 at 11:41
Limitless Outcome of Similar Timelines = L.O.S.T.?
Well I do believe this is now a clue for what is appearing to be a new TLE!  A hidden clue in an email sent today said that March has 32 days... I googled and found this.
Steve 19/06/2008 at 14:46
Darn you, whoever you are, Steve! You figured it out before I did! >_<
Matt the Pale 19/06/2008 at 16:53
Thanks guys, you are brilliant scanning all this in for us!

Please post the text story too, the mere mention of the word Wax makes me think it may be relevant!

Bezmina Bezmina 19/06/2008 at 17:16
I suppose you guys noticed the 42 and the 8 at the airport?
Seanie Seanie 19/06/2008 at 18:37
And that the girl left at 11:15, same time as Sun was supposed to, when she tried to leave Jin.
Dreyesbo Dreyesbo 19/06/2008 at 18:45
getting my boots on its getting deep.

Awsome.  Many many thnaks to you guys who posted this.
BigB BigB 19/06/2008 at 19:02
Again, This story follows Desmond's story.  He decided to not marry Penny only to save the world by going to the island and turning the key.

BigB BigB 19/06/2008 at 19:11
And so it all begins. The months of sleep deprivation and mind numbing insanity that follows is only a taste of what runs through the minds of TPTB, we are all so very lucky.
DeDJeZTeR DeDJeZTeR 19/06/2008 at 20:11
This now has official relevance to this summers lost game! If you are receiving the emails from octoganglobalrecruiting, you will have gotten an email where you can click on a link if the image isn't showing up correctly (mine showed fine, but I clicked anyway). It takes you to this page: If you view source of that page, it has a meta tag in the header that looks like this:
meta name="Alert" content="March has 32 days"
This meta tag has no relevance in code, and was obviously placed there as a clue to this comic!
McKay McKay 19/06/2008 at 20:49
We are sorry but we've received correspondence from a solicitor suggesting it would not be in our interests to scan "The Travellers".  We are sorry but it is not worth a lawsuit.
Anónimo 19/06/2008 at 22:46
can you tell us what happens in the travellers at least?
Anónimo 19/06/2008 at 23:18
We can add no more than we mentioned in post #8 above.
Anónimo 19/06/2008 at 23:20
Jacob Bronowksi was the scientist in the BBC-TV series "The Ascent of Man". A mathmetician specializing in geometry, and a biologist. After WW2 he was an official observer of the after-effects of the Hyroshima and Nagasaki bombings. Bronowski traveled around the world in order to trace the development of human society through its understanding of science.  Sounds kind of Hanso/DHARMA-ish.
Capcom Capcom 20/06/2008 at 00:21
Anónimo 20/06/2008 at 01:49
Anonimo, who are you and why are you talking to yourself? 
Anónimo 20/06/2008 at 06:54
Hi Anónimo

You wrote:

"We are sorry but we've received correspondence from a solicitor suggesting it would not be in our interests to scan "The Travellers".  We are sorry but it is not worth a lawsuit."

Sorry that this could have gotten you guys in trouble. Sounds like the one story you didn't scan could be the most significant one!!!!!!

Were the lawyers from LOST? Or were they lawyers from Marvel/Atlas? I was wondering if the site is in breach of copyright laws. What did the lawyers say? Or is revealing that likely to get you sued!!

Obviously you've hit on something significant!
Steven Luce 20/06/2008 at 08:33

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