I love Zachary’s cheery face as he casually delivers his “Comedian at the 1966 Crimebusters meeting” line.
Oh, Zach’s next meeting with his graduate advisor should be a classic.
I get the idea that Zach looks like Peter Parker only because of deliberate effort to emulate the comic book character, which of course accentuates his pathetic nerdiness to the others. So wardrobe changes should be taking place soon.
Hmm… it seems Zach has gained the enhanced ability to perceive cause and effect at a highly advanced level. He can predict the chain of events that will lead to wooing the girl, world-wide nuclear war, and building a better body. Pretty neat, when you think about it.
Okay, the feds break down his door in 3, 2, 1…
I don’t see why the shopkeeper is so upset. 5 years is more than enough time for the concrete to cure on a bunker, and to get some supplies stockpiled.
The shopkeeper is upset because he’s a spy for the sinister axis. ZZ just blew his cover.
I wonder if he is recursing his own effects
Man, just what did he put in that soup, and do I have to go to Amsterdam to get the recipe?
For some reason I haven’t been too interested in this new series until this specific update.
Ooh, I got it!
Remember in the hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy, where they gave the guy some truth serum, but they accidentally gave him too much?
That’s what this is. The truth serum has allowed him to know the ‘whole truth’.
I can’t get over how smug the main character looks in the final panel.
This reminds me of office space.
I’ve never found healthy food to taste bad. But then again, I have always cut my meat with eggplant and my eggplant with meat.
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