Indeed. Chase is best at idea-ing escape plans. Oh, to clarify, Chase isn’t naked anymore, Mr. Mills gave him shorts.
Whose pants are those?
Mills offered his trunks, remember?
Awesome as always. Let’s hope he knows how to tuck and roll.
I’m sure Mr. Mills will not be happy about this.
I’ve always wanted to cannon-ball out of a moving car’s window onto a paved road.
Oh wait, no I haven’t.
Great comic though!
Oh Chase… Logic really dropped the ball this time
I felt your words needed to be shared
I.. I don’t know what to say… I feel so honored. Thank you Kind Sir.
You’re a Junkie too? Never would have guessed
You’d think Mr. Mills would have bullet-proof glass windows. Although the look on Chase’s face in panel 4 seems more like he was thrown from the car.
That’s what I was thinking too. Pretty much entirely because of that expression (and the sheer physics of it all), I still can’t quite figure out if he was thrown or if he catapulted himself through the window. Guess we’ll find out.
I caught myself wondering for a few moments whether cannonballing out of the car window was actually Chase’s plan (which I’m reasonably sure at this point that it was), or if Nergil got sick of his terrible grammar and threw him out the window. (Hey, it could happen, amirite?)
I made his expression a little more happy, hope that helped convey his scheme was of his own doing
Well, it WAS a beautiful car.
I’m betting Mr. Mills’s arm reaches out from the car, and grabs him before he hits the ground. Or, not.
Chase… you know there is no escape. Mr Mills knows where you live…
Loving the comic, Scott.
I predict that Mr. Mills will swerve at just the right angle to put him back inside the car.
Maybe he was just TIRED of being in the car? Perhaps he should have brought a (wind)shield on his way out the window?
Wheel, I better get out of here before I am attacked.
Is it just me, or do chase and virgil look related?
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