ouch. 🙁 poor biff!
Is there a man in the sun?, I wanna see him too!
If there is, this is not the way to find him
ooh i just noticed there is a tiny hole burning through the comic. nice touch!! 🙂
Aaaahhhh… the ever elusive man in the sun.
Yep, he’s still looking for him.
Having started at 1 and read my way all the way up to here.. this recurring joke struck me especially hard.. still laughing out loud to myself.. teehee.. HMmm.. I just got a comic suggestion.. “Biff learns that it’s a bad idea to read 150 Biff comics in a single sitting” and have him all tied up in a straight jacket.. Look, bunnies!!
but! I bet you could do this with the moon!
The hole out the back of the head is a nice touch.
you ever notice how the moon and the sun are never seen together? i have deduced that they are the same person!
Didn’t he use a camera of some sort before in an attempt to reach the same objective?
yes… he did
I have seen both at the same time, it is knows as an eclipse.
Also, where I am, we get the moon in daytime fairly often.
Look at the right lowerish side. The laserbeamish/ray ends there. Biff has no world outside the panel.
Eclipse’s are not supposed to be looked at, obviously that’s when the Moon and the sun become one massively powerful werewolf man.
Roll over. Roll over.
Yah, Where I live, the moon is in the sky the same time as the sun about 3 out of every 7 days.
haha, the laser reminds me of that laser cannon from goldfinger.
im gonna go look for the man in the sun!!
I see the sun and the moon at the same time nearly every day.
And advise branching off of Tkort’s, don’t read over 150 at 2 in the morning. You start seeing wierd shnitzel. I swear, that’s the tenth time that rainbow unicorn on the flying submarine came by the sunroof in my basement.
Of course he learned nothing from the camera incident.
I often see the moon at about four in the afternoon. Does that just happen more often in Australia than America?
Naw, I’ve seen the moon at around that time before and if we in Canada can see the moon at that time then the Us certainly can. Specially since most of the Canadian population is near the U.S. Border….
I wonder if the zogloids look for the zogloid in the earth…
Biff is a zogloid, right?
Everyone knows it’s a woman, and not a man. Well, everyone knows NOW. Way to go, me! Ruin the surprise.
…is Biff invincible?!
Heehee, the beam went through the same hole as the drill!!
The Man in the Sun is Looking for me! Also, @Ben do you mean the combination red light and Arc-Welder?
The hole the drill went through was in his forhead…this one is through his eye..
reminds me of invader zim…
hate to burst your bubble, chris, but
wouldn’t make a hole THROUGH the head unless the lens was several hundred feet from the focal point.
Intensity’s too low, plus after that the inverted image past th focal point weakens in intensity at any given point.
But he would have a hole ON his head.
And from the looks of things, the sun’s inverted image would be projected onto the inside-back of his skull…
oh and don’t look at eclipses people, the corona is super bright.
my brain juices got goned
there IS a safe way to look at eclipses, you know.
He seems to be burning the panel… oops.
I’m ashamed to say I did that once…
He’s still looking for the man in the sun??!!!!
I’m surprised he hasn’t gone there personally. Or did his cell phone thwart that plan?
I thought a magnifying glass was a diverging lens >_>
@Colin: Hate to burst YOUR bubble, but keep in mind this is BIFF we’re considering; I highly doubt this is a normal magnifying lense.
Biff should crack open a science textbook once in a while, or listen to old people. Charming daftness is only charming until you’re dead.
this is the second time he has attempted this…
Ow that looks like it hurtz
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