#1208 – Tailor

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What the james bond films don’t show are the hundreds of other spies that are killed each year from their own deadly gadgets. I mean they don’t seem to get much training with them. Just a quick 10 second demo at best. They should at least include a little booklet or something to read on the train. Such a waste.

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11 thoughts on “#1208 – Tailor”

  1. Kitsune Dzelda says:

    A very disarming comic that was. ho ho.

  2. PsychoDuck says:

    Based on this comic I can say with the utmost certainty that Biff is nothing more than a rubberized mannequin which has miraculously gained consciousness. Either that or he managed to hollow out his entire body leaving nothing but the invisibly-reinforced skin. Both theories are pretty much equally possible.

    Of course, he could also just be a nonsensical webcomic character whose physical structure is altered according to the demands of the current comic’s joke, but that theory’s just boring.

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  3. Eight Tail Fox says:

    They did try to give bond a manual once he used it for target practice.

  4. Baughbe says:

    Yeah, the worst spy gadget I heard of was the combination suicide pill/toothbrush. The only advantage was going out with a bright smile.

  5. Marr965 says:

    I saw this comic and read the caption, and my reaction was one word:

  6. MaskedMan says:

    Heckuva misfire, there.

  7. Gwid says:

    I’ve never watched James Bond movies.
    I think I may have to, just to accompany this week of Biff.


  8. james bond also had a dart gun on his wrist that was activated by a certain nerve in his wrist

  9. BrainpanSonata says:

    Ooh, idea! Press the Emergency Arms button… attach a spare head next to the current head… TA-DAH! Zaphod Biff-lebrox!

  10. Kree says:

    But there WAS a manual! A really think one, remember? For the car at least 😀

    I’ve always thought of Biff as a living clay creature. It explains his skin colour 😛

  11. LoneWulf says:

    Actually, Biff is defined as a “pen-and-paper drawing” as of http://www.thebookofbiff.com/2006/01/20/elevator/ (the 9th strip).

    And the joke is that Biff had his cufflinks attach to the watch, which was firing a laser out of its face. Arm attached to laser source = classic Biff.

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