#1855 – Targeting
Posted on September 10, 2013 at 12:00 am by Chris
Accuracy is important. Not only do you want to avoid getting a piece in your eye you also don’t want to drop one on the floor. Every piece of popcorn is precious! Don’t let the dust bunnies feast on a single one!
Also, thank you for your well wishes and patience during my hiatus. Hopefully my schedule will be back to normal now.Tags: laser, popcorn, snacks
8 thoughts on “#1855 – Targeting”
So sorry for your loss, Chris. And so glad you’re back drawing again.
I’m sorry for your loss, man. I’d ask how you’re holding up… but I know it’s hitting you really hard.
Just don’t worry about us, you take care of yourself. Trust me, you need to be able to handle any unexpected thing that may pop up.
meanwhile, with a strong enough laser, you could pop the corn in mid-air, so it will land as fresh as possible in your mouth.
Glad you feel up to making comics again. As someone who also recently lost his father, I know it hits hard, my condolences.
My condolences for your loss, Chris.
As for this comic, I thought at first that Biff was showing off the frog DNA he’d had integrated into his genetic structure.
Sorry for your loss!
At first that kinda looked like a weird chameleon tongue to me… Hmmm…
I’ve been thinking about the targeting system… I’m not sure it can help if it’s installed in his mouth… but maybe it’s laser-guided popcorn, presumably with a steering mechanism. The artwork could be interpreted either way.
Seeing this reminded me of the end of a movie, “Real Genius”, which involves popcorn being popped by a laser from an airplane and it fills a house.