Friday, January 25, 2008

Episode 348

Read the comic here.

And thus ends Whiskey's brief reign as a David Lee Roth impersonator. But with both Whiskey and Slick in the hands of the cops, there's sure to be some twists left before the S-Team depart.

Whiskey's line "And I would have gotten away with it, too." is straight from the ending of every Scooby-Do mystery.

If you look in the background of the last two panels you'll see that Smokescreen has finally returned, pizza in hand.


Ian Thomas Healy said...

I nearly spat coffee across my screen when I saw this one. Shellshock's line is PRICELESS.


Anonymous said...

Wow!Now whiskey and slick are in jail!I wonder whats going to happen next?

Christopher Doyle said...


I know - the poor guy. Thanks for making your characters so distinctive - they're easy to write for. :)


They're just handcuffed at this point - jail is a little ways off still. ;)

TK1420 said...

Watching the cops trying to get Slick's "fright mask" off will be fun.He seemed hurt that they called it a mask.

Cracked up also at Sandstorm's answer. Looks like she did some mental math and figured she'd let Slick be someone else's problem.


Geoffrey said...

We still have no idea what Silence is teleporting herself into.

They haven't arrested her boyfriend, yet. ;)

I can't wait for the hilarities that ensue when they try to get the 'mask' off of Slick. :D

And btw, are you going to twist up some kind of pun on the cartoonist's strike which is ongoing over at Ian Thomas Healy's S-Club pages?

Anonymous said...

Oh,in that case it would be funny if whiskey kicks the officer and runs away with the gang.

Anonymous said...

By the way I'm still going by anonymous but I'm calling myself dark whiskey.Just want to let you know.

Nick said...

Well, how will we know which Anon is you, DW?

PR said...

"shavin miss montannah's head"?


(i havent posted in a while for reason unknown!)

Anonymous said...

Dark whiskey:like this nick.

dark whiskey said...

You know what,I'll just put a nickname down then.

Anonymous said...

is that the whiskey happy face in the background near mary sue's thought bubble?