Indeed, ever since Moriarty, “the professor” has been a moniker to fear and respect.
This may tarnish that reputation a bit! 😀
I must admit that Lana’s deadpanned glare vs her boss’s bugs bunny happiness made me laugh a lot.
Good to hear! 😀
It’s happy chief face again! Although all the expressions on this page are great. From Lana’s bigger and bigger sneer to chief’s uhm…I gonna call it a power fist! It’s related to the victory arm pump *nods*
A happy Chief usually means an unhappy Lana. 😀
I have wondered the same thing, Lana.
Lana should just get a T-shirt that says “Fuck My Life” for when she deals with the Chief.
“Speaking of drilling.” What a champion you are to your employees, chief.
He’s always the soul of tact. 😀
Nonsense, he’s been out of tact since he was born.
He doesn’t have a soul either, so the expression works.
Oblivious optimism, thy name is “Chief”!
Lana probably has a few other names for him, too! 😀
…but you can’t repeat them in polite company. We understand.
Some of them are so bad, they are outright banned in several states !
I love her death glare 😉 Looking forward to see how the “Professor” has earned his nickname.
Thank you! 😀 😀
See, that’s a question I often ask myself- why hasn’t Lana beaten the Chief to death yet?
It’s a mystery for the ages! 😀
Well, one thing I’ll say about government work, the health insurance is amazing.
Because he’s the one who authorizes Lana’s paychecks?
Yes, that !
Ofcourse, the paycheck is never high enough, so he still gets beaten up a bit every now and then.
That shot of the Chief in panel 3 is outstanding. What a great expression.
Thank you! I appreciate that!
That’s the kind of expression I imagine Dr. Doom using, hidden behind that mask of his…The upper-body gesture is remarkably similar.
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