Yes, this comic is set in the 1980’s (though it can’t seem to make up it’s mind when in the 80’s exactly, since there are references to basically the entire decade)
Cat boy? I think Romuald Racioppo wants a word with you now Kevin.
Maybe they knew something would happen, but didn’t expect the reaction to be this big. Remember that this is set in the 1980’s, a time before YouTube or even the internet, so it’s not like they could look up a video of someone else doing the same experiment.
My idea exactly. But people rarely think straight when they’re panicking.
Ah yes, the pre-internet era when you had to go to the library. Nowadays, you could find tons of youtube video’s that explain in detail how to do card tricks.
I’m starting to get That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is in French.
Wait, is this a daily comic now? Nice! On topic; good to see Miles and Kevin are reconciling, but there is still the matter of that tattoo not going away for a few weeks. And what about the kids at school that also wanted a tattoo, and Carla offering to be Miles’ talent manager (may 12 comic). Was that just a single joke or will this plot be continued upon?
I bet she knows the marker is not truly permanent, but it still means that tattoo won’t be gone for at least another few weeks. She would rather have seen Kevin wash it off right away so he can’t get in trouble because of it again.
Like I already mentioned before, even permanent marker is not truly permanent when applied directly onto the skin. So no panic Kevin, though you may have to hide that tatoo for a couple of days before it’s fully gone.
You’re just delaying the inevitable Miles. You will have to take that test sooner or later.