Good ol’ Bill. Yep. Good ol’ curious, bad-decision-making Bill.
Next Episode: Monday! Be heeeeeere!!
Bill with a spell book…. Yikes!
NOW the villain is afraid of them. Or rather, of him.
Contra felicem vix deus vires habet – Against a lucky man a god scarcely has power (YUNI’S LATIN QUOTES). Didn’t say whether the luck had to be good or bad…
…well, maybe the Latin does (“felicity” is good luck) but you know what I mean…
Bill, put down the nice nuclear weapon and step away from it.
HA! HA! HA!
HA! HA! HA! HA!
“Oooooooooooo whatdoesthisbutton dooooooo?????”
Well this should be interesting. Grabs an Ev-R-Ful© bowl of popcorn and the new Ev-R-Ful© Bladder Buster drink cup (with your choice of 237 different beverage types), and prepares to watch…
Oooh… I want one of those.
free beer and free pop corn. hmmm. could i some of those orange balls made of corn meal and orange power. this is better than a Inspector Clouseau movie
Maybe its … David Reddick under that hood!
Nah. Can’t be. Nose is too short.
… and so our barbarian friend accidentally ended time as we knew it.
i LOVE IT!!! excellent page, dave, you are taking us back and redeeming yourself!
p.s. do you know Bad Decision Dinosaur? I actually bought the originals of these two pages, framed them and hung them – genius!
there are more Bad Decision Dinosaur comics, but as they are one-offs, you should google them if you love it as much as I do. Cat and Girl is (in general) brilliant, but maybe a tad too intelligent for most comic readers.
Ha! Thanks, spas! And those comics are great I see the appeal for sure!
Thanks, gang! Man, it’s good to have Bill back. Forgot how much I enjoy drawing the big dufus! Now to get Frank back… hmmm….
RULE #1 OF SPECULATIVE FICTION: Never paint yourself into a corner that you can’t plausibly reverse-engineer your way out of. (Chief violators that come to mind: STAR TREK and DRAGONBALL Z.)
Never heard of “Plausible Deniability”, eh?
I have. Not so sure they have.
I’m surprised Bill knows what a book IS, other than a nifty back-scratcher!
Bill is an accountant so he knows what a book is.
Remember, he used to be a tax clerk before he became a barbarian.
Khelatar is correct, of course. On the other hand, Bill’s question tells us that his thoughts about books are that they either
(a) have lots of pretty pictures to look at or
(b) are to go between your fanny and the barstool when the barstool is too short.
In any case, Bill with a book — whether as tax clerk or barbarian — is a scary situation.
“If I Were An Evil Overlord” rule # 278:
I will not treat my Tome of Evil Spells of Doom like a coffee table book.
The corollary to that is if you construct an evil secret lair, why would you include a self-destruct mechanism?
I love Bill’s “Ooh” face. XD
Bill turned me into a NEWT!
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