Woah, this strip was ahead of its time.
I didn’t know Nathan Fielder was consulting at their company
Based on stuff Adams has said since writing this, I don’t really trust his perception of modern society that much.
This is one of the strips that hasn’t aged so well for Adams
This specific strip used to be taped on the wall of the mess hall at my old summer camp. I would see it three times a day waiting in line for food.
Whatever duke is smoking lets him see earlier panels
I’ve never thought about it before, but isn’t the first panel a bit strange? CB isn’t even in this strip.
I’m sorry, but does Malley really think this even remotely resembles a conversation middle schoolers have ever had in the course of human history? I’m grown adult and this seems decades more mature than any conversation I ever have.
I’m pretty sure I saw the English dub of Battlin’ Business Units in the early 2000s, but it just seemed like it was trying to sell trading cards to kids