..."abstract comics" was such an absurd idea that it could be invoked as a joke? Well, you probably don't. Here's an example:
That's right - "narrative" comics (compared to, what, abstract comics featuring tetrahedrons?) are a great new art form!
Ha ha! "Abstract comics featuring tetrahedrons"! What a hilarious concept! Because everyone knows all comics tell stories, right? Right?
To illustrate this post, I googled "tetrahedrons" and here's something that showed up, from here:
As it says, this "image shows a series of formations that can appear in water, by simply vibrating it at “pure” (Diatonic) sound frequencies. The white lines are caused by tiny free-floating particles suspended in the water, which are gathered up by the pressures of the three-dimensional waves. Hexagonal structures are clearly visible in the centers of the top-right and bottom-right panes, and the top-right pane has two very clear tetrahedrons in it, exactly as they appear on planets in the HD model. The tetrahedrons look like a snowflake from this angle." Which also may interest Mike... :)
Here are some more tetrahedrons--or just one in 3-D, if you want to do that cross-your-eyes thingy: