I Think It’s…Stupid…

Still no big reveal as to the source of the scary orange capital R’s, but while these two were experiencing their respective flashbacks, something happened to put them both on the ground. I don’t suppose panicked Wally tackled Adeela, else she’d be running away shrieking. Having the other students walking by instead of stopping to offer assistance is probably the most realistic human behavior Batiuk’s depicted in months. Also, while we are all fond of Buddy, he’s pretty useless as a service animal.

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23 responses to “I Think It’s…Stupid…

  1. countoftowergrove

    FYI, on CK Wednesday was a very entertaining FW board with a chap calling himself Captain Quirk excoriating the commentators for their critiques. Some of us believe he’s Todd.

  2. Epicus Doomus

    Yep, Wally’s making progress all right. Good thing they had that helpful wall to hide behind, it’s the perfect thing to thwart those two foot-or-less threats as they arise. I just wish this one would end already, it’s actually painful to watch at this point.

    • countoftowergrove

      Notice that the wall they hide behind are beautifully detailed bricks. Lovely bricks! But the building has but implied bricks. It looks like Ayers has decided to get as lazy a Burchett.

  3. billytheskink

    “I think it’s stopped”

    Don’t tease us Batiuk, just end this thing.

  4. spacemanspiff85

    Wow, Batiuk wimped out. I wonder if he actually does have some standards, or if the artist just refused to draw silly “RRRRRRRR” panels for the entire week.

  5. countoftowergrove

    Panel 2 Buddy’s back on the job.

  6. Paul Jones

    It would be one thing if it were just Batiuk changing sock puppets or beating us over the head with yet another ill-conceived moral without this attracting the inevitable red-hat wearing dipshit who keeps yelling at Sikhs because he refuses to understand who all wears turbans and why.

  7. sgtsaunders

    So She is afraid he will kill her and he is afraid she will kill him, and that he might have to kill her. The way I see it, they’re ahead of the game. It usually takes lab/project partners a few weeks to come to that conclusion.

  8. There’s no way anyone could read this terrible dreck and come to the conclusion that the author “has a chance to do something meaningful and profound” or whatever it was that idiot said.

    • spacemanspiff85

      Well, I mean, technically speaking Batiuk always has a chance to do that, he just never, ever comes anywhere close to that.

  9. hitorque

    Did they really just “take cover”… *OUTSIDE* in broad fuckin’ daylight?

    How the hell does Wally West set his alarm clock in the morning without cowering in the closet with the safety off on his army-issue M9 Beretta?