I don't know how you do it, but I like it. Loved the Mullet Boss' new do.
My favorite panel is indeed the terminator one (panels 3) Thought the boss guy kinda scares me a bit. Great job though!
I would honestly buy a T-shirt with panel 3 on it...yes, that'd be very nice....
Whoa! First person all of a sudden! That was a shock. *whew* over now... can go back to whatever entirely unimportant thing I was doing before my paradigm was so startlingly jarred.
I'd like to think of it as subtle irony but...
Who's the woman in panel one? I know she was once vaguely attracted to Rick before he ruined it by asking if she was or wan't, but was she ever introduced?
She looks like a Claire.
lol...snark...brings out the "structural manhood" in the boss
But always i feel like th the words can't contain everything and i lost the way to express ma mind.
I find it perplexing that in all the discussion over placed/misplaced commas, the commenting population has completely avoided the inherent time confusion in panel 3 with the "TIME 'TIL I GO HOME" listed as "3:43:27:69". Is this meant to infer 3 days?? The 43 hours would seem to contradict. Therefore, the most logical interpretation is hh:mm:ss:subseconds? The seconds field would instead require a decimal point to separate whole seconds from hundredths. The proper format would *obviously* yield "3:43:27.69" with a decimal instead of the colon. (rolls eyes) Sheesh! Can't we get some punctuation review into the approval process??!? (Sighs) Seriously, though, I love BI.
WONDER TWIN POWERS, ACTIVATE!
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I love this one so much that I posted a blown up print out of this comic in my class room. I teach English.
@Zeitgeist I was wondering why it was 69 seconds instead of 59 or less, your idea makes sense.
If telling one lie makes you a liar, what doe telling one truth make you?