Flash Gordon

It's just a little turbulence.
- My name's Flash.
- I know.

I'm sorry if I seemed rude.
I'm just a little scared.

It's kind of nice.
A travel agent who's scared in planes.

I asked the MaƮtre D' who you were.
- Talk to me. Get my mind off this.
- I couldn't believe you were alone.

- You're just saying that.
- No, I mean it.

- What were you doing there, alone?
- Trying to get my head together.

- By myself, you know?
- I sure do.

It's okay.
Honestly, it's nothing.

- Famous last words.
- I take flying lessons.

Sometimes air rises above clouds
and you get a...

What's the matter?
What's happening, Flash?
Dr. Zarkov! There's no sun.
It's 8:24 in the morning.

- No sun?
- No.

Check the angular vector
of the moon.

There seems to be no reason
for these intergalactic upsets.

Only Dr. Hans Zarkov, formerly
of NASA, provided an explanation.