Thanks again for everyone that helped out with guest comics while I was gone. I should be back to my regular 5 days a week schedule now. It feels good to be back.
Just wanted to say: excellent webcomic and happy 200th!
heh, I have trouble JUST parallel parking, let alone at light speed!
Glad to have you back.
A stunning 200th comic too.
Congrats on hitting 200 comics!!! Way to go!
I had the page up for a while, “Aw, no new Biff”. Then I had the genius idea of refreshing “…!” Thank you, Chris for coming back and making number 200 a hilarious one! Welcome back!
Yay! Biff! XD How’d he get his car to the speed of light? O.o
Congrates on comic 200!!
So…biff and his car are massless? Cool beans.
welcome back chris, i missed the one true biff.
nice hub caps.
Welcome back Chris!
On an unrelated note I’m seeing ads for biff everywhere! Even in old comics like Elftor and “Welcome to Hell.” Biiff gets around.
Welcome back! Happy 200th comic. It totally made my day, which ironically, just started.
haha.. great.. pure greatness.. good ol’200!!
That is a really good one. Thanks for the laugh today!
Yay for Chris being back! No one can ever replace you, in my heart. Er… Something like that.
hoorra,chris thank you for this wonderful comic #200,woo,chris, i was going to do a comic but now i cant but heres the words” Biff thaught it was fun to roll on the office chair in the street until it was an an angle” and biff is crashed into a telephone pole and his office chair is damaged(please try drawing that chris ) put it in like one of those sketch thigies( you dont have to do that but please do).oh yeah i have another wording for this comic “Biff was tired of the honking’ how was that
take that hyshinara chris is back today
i bet he has to keep his brows inside the car when going that fast. :O
Happy 200th! =)
yay, 200, gz!!!!111 ^^
SMASHING good comic! HA!
(Sorry, I just couldn’t resist)
Gratz on teh 200
Thanks for the welcome back everyone.
chris,did you know that biff can survive a nuclear war ?
Haha, I love how you have shown speed of light…and to the person above, of course biff is massless he is 2D that means his 3D volume is = to 0 ….along those lines..does that mean if I want to loose weight I should head over to a 4D universe?
and happy one hundred and ninety-ten biff.
Glad to see you back too Chris, the other guy(s) were good, but not as good as you
Yay! It’s good to have you back.
Thank you for 200 reasons to smile.
Really late on this one, I know – but I just got off a Chinook helicopter flying around in Iraq, haha. Back in Baghdad again where I have internet connection – thanks for the comics Chris! Always good for a laugh.
Welcome back and it’s good to hear from ya again!
yay, zhe chrismeister iz back!
and dragonbrad, i took it, read it and made a paper plane from it… HA!
Actually Skips, you may be in a 10D world, 9D if you don’t include time. Good luck finding any more dimensions. Yay superstring theory!
Haha, I’m glad you’re back. I especially like the color gradient in the cars. It’s fancy.
Awesome! This one made me chuckle loud enough for hubby to ask what I was laughin’ at! Great comeback Chris!
Welcome back Chris! Congrats on making 200.
I wonder how many miles it takes Biff’s car to brake from the speed of light.
Lucky thing he’s a massless 2D figure! If he’d achieved lightspeed in a 3D-world there’d be a smoldering GOUGE left in the planet that would be easier to see from space than the Great Wall of China! Biff & all those obstacles would be reduced to the finest, purest grade of PLASMA – & doubtless would’ve “whooshed” a significant fraction of the atmosphere off into space in the process! Sad to say, I find myself wishing that Chris might try illustrating that… …HMM-m-m-m… Cheers, Chris, & here’s to the NEXT 200… & beyond!
I like the way the cars behind him nearly resemble the visible light spectrum.
Happy 200 and long live Biff!
Good luck with the next 200
So what happens when the light from his headlights catches up? A photic boom?
Obviously he doesnt drive his car at night cause he is scared of the dark.
Congrats on 200!!
It’s been a wonderful 200 comics. I can’t wait to read the next 200!
Uhm I haven’t read in a while, but I didn’t see any guest comics, are they tucked away elsewhere?
Congrats on 200, unbelievable, yet believable, incredible, yet credible, wonderful, yet, er.. uh lots o’ funny comics!!
lol hilarious as always!
Hooray for hitting 200 cars–I MEAN comics! This sharpie is definitely marking The Book of Biff forever. Also I will force my friends to.
The Munchausen Drive (Outlaw Star fans would know this) allows vehicles to travel faster than light speed.
I’m not going to ask where exactly Biff got one of those…I failed driving class because I asked too many questions.
Oohh, outlaw star! Man I’ve got to see that. That and Angel Links, which is in the same universe.
yet another car? Or is this the one that attracts refrigerator magnets?
If Biff turned his headlights on, quantum relativity (quantum physics + theory of relativity) says they would either
A) go forward as usual, due to the fact that their being propelled forward by their own energy as to turning on the lightbulb, and aren’t affected by any outside forces; or
B)Stay in the bulbs, increasing in intensity and energy until they equaled in brightness the aforemention purest form of plasma’s release of energy.
Talk about high beams.
thats my theory, anyway.
Roy G. Biff
also, to accomplish speed of light on earth, he would only need to accelerate to approximately Hlaf the speed of light, while he is in the point in the universe where he is traviling the same direction as the universe, supercluster (multiple galaxies-my theory), milky way, solar system, and earth are all spinning in the same relative direction, towards the ever expanding universe’s yet unexplored regions. we ARE traveling about half the speed of light, you know. just we don’t feel it.
Raise your hand if your brain exploded.
Colin, if the speed of light were “relative to the universe”, the entire point of “relativity” wouldn’t work–that the observed speed of light does not vary with the observer’s velocity “relative to the universe”. So, if–and only if–you pick the right vantage point, you can say we’re traveling around half the speed of light. However, that doesn’t validate the first part of your post.
(Also, this is my first post.)
200? man, u are a MACHINE
I imagine it would also be rather hard to parallel park in the invisible green car. Also, the speed of light is not relative, Colin. It’s a constant. No matter where you are in the universe, the Speed of Light is always the same speed. What you were thinking of was the theory of relativity which says that time is relative to how fast you are moving. At the speed of light, Time appears to stand completely still,while everything around you, if you could see it would be nothing but streaks of light. At near speed of light speeds you don’t age, because one year to you at that speed is about twenty to everyone else.
That depends on how fast they are going as well ;P
This is a particularly amusing one. Though, technically, I would have preferred if his car caused craters upon impact instead.
so, one car is invisible and the other one is superluminal? Who’s his car dealer?
NURR. TOO MANY BRAINY TYPES. NURR.
Hmm, seems that all those keys on Biff’s wall aren’t for ONE car, they’re each for a DIFFERENT car….
the only hard part would be stopping, as you approach light speed, your length dercreaces, so it would be simple to find a space
Yes, he’s at Starbucks, like he wanted, but it’s the one in downtown Moscow.
Oh, Biff…you broke 15 Volvos. -_-
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