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I didn't get the joke at first, but then the cursor under what must be Dudley gives it away.
Long as I'm here... you know, on my first quick glance at the panel seeing that K for Keystone Kop made me read Overhill as Overkill for a second.
@mijae: standard HTML allowed, like the editor help (http://alt.org/nethack/dudley/diydudley-help.html) says...
EDIT: Oh, OK, the cursor location is specified in the code at the bottom...
A useful rule of thumb when working with RGB colors is the "3:6:1" rule: 100% red (#ff0000) looks about 3 times as bright, and 100% green (#00ff00) about 6 times as bright, as 100% blue (#0000ff).
So if you started e.g. with a saturated red at #ff0000, a green of equal luminosity would be #007700, and for blue you'd just have to go for something like #3939ff because pure blue on an RGB monitor just doesn't get that bright. Oh, and all those are rather dark shades to use for small text on a black background, so for high-contrast reds, blues and purples you pretty much have to mix in some gray to get reasonable result.