In this comic strip, the big bang is explained and how the universe was created. First there was a singularity, which began to spread. In less, than a second of it spreading and cooling, quarks were made. As it continued to expand these quarks created sub-atomic particles. These particles went on to create atoms of hydrogen and helium. These atoms were then compressed by gravity and created stars. The stardust made when the stars died then created humans, animals, etc. This is important because without the big bang, nothing ever would have been created. There would be nothing in nowhere without the big bang. We wouldn't be here without it.
The singularity is extremely hot...then suddenly.
I'm just full of energy! I'm heating up!
The singularity started to spread and cool down, quarks were formed and began to destroy eachother.
Oh my god! Quarks they're fighting! I am starting to cool down!
As the singularity spread and cooled down the quarks stopped destroying each other and made sub-atomic particles.
These sub-atomic particles made hydrogen and helium.
The hydrogen and helium were compressed by gravity and the stars, including our sun, were made.