#1854 – Suction

How do I make a sandwich like this? Maybe I should just order a pizza. How do I dial a phone like this?

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13 thoughts on “#1854 – Suction”

  1. That looks like our bottle of hydrogen peroxide!

    Even if Biff actually manages to order a pizza (maybe he’s pressing the buttons/screen with his nose?), then how would he eat his pizza when it arrives? The only way I can think of is to eat like some crazy dog, with his face down in the food. Because I wouldn’t want to touch a pizza if I had plungers for hands, even if they haven’t been in the toilet!

  2. Kbman says:

    I was gonna comment something witty, but all I can think about is Daleks…

    1. sv_01 says:

      WE DO NOT SELL GUN ATTACHMENTS TO INFERIOR RACES. Even though Biff only has inferior intelligence. He has better regeneration than the Time Lords…

  3. kingklash says:

    But, how easy will it be to perform CPR?

  4. reynard61 says:

    There’s a reason that they’re not called the “Amputee’s helper”…

  5. Pothos2004 says:

    Hey, if Daleks can make things (including number pads) work, why can’t Biff?

  6. Guillermo A says:

    It’ll be a challenge when he want go to the toilet

  7. Matthew says:

    Do we get the next Book of Biff after his arms grow back?

    1. ZeoViolet says:

      It took me a while to find it, but I finally saw on Twitter that his father died on August 28 and he’s taking a break from writing comics. He’ll be back soon.

  8. Anon_Omis says:

    Uh am I the only one concerned as to why this comic hasn’t been updated in a while? Maybe I missed something obvious, like him going on vacation, but I’m still worried.

    1. Ray A. says:

      You’re not the only one. It’s been 11 days now without our beloved Biff. I hope Chris is okay …

      1. Matthew says:

        According to the above comment, his father dies on August 28th. That depressed him so much that he felt it appropriate to take a sabbatical from drawing comics.

        Poor Biff. He’ll never get his arms back at this rate.

  9. kingklash says:

    Condolences to Chris and his family. I lost both my parents four years ago, and I still need moments to deal with the loss from time to time.

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