LOL. but why was he right sid eup? did he know he would eventually get flipped over?
Well, you can’t see the markings in this comic, so maybe they flipped it over with the forklift?
He knew he was gonna get crappy delivery guys, so he turned it upside down and went in.
Guys. It’s a talking car. How much logic really needs to be analyzed here?
ALL OF IT.
I mean, come on…sure, Robin and Mike are super-powered ex-government agents, Robin was talking to an alien about the Drama Tag, Galasso took over a rival toy store with a false prophecy, and we now have to deal with a talking car…but suspension of disbelief only goes so far…..
He did a barrel roll.
Know that scene from Short Circuit 2 where Johnny 5 gets beaten half to death, and all children who have ever seen it break down crying?
To Ultra-Car that is Schindler’s List.
I’m gonna be honest… I’ve always really hated Number Five. I laughed.
That scene is horrible to watch at ANY age. The audio alone still sounds like someone being beaten half to death.
I am so glad to see Ultra Car here I cracked up at every scene he was in in the last few It’s Walky strips.
And this is how we introduce Ultra-Car, by making him a Short Circuit geek.
The funny thing is, just before I scrolled down to reas this comic, I looked at the Header illustration at the top with the cast members and ONLY JUST NOTICED a little red car parked in the background.
“Is it looking at me..?” I wondered just before scrolling down and reading the comic.
“Yes, maggPi; the car IS looking at you.”
“read” not “reas”
F**K YEAH! Short Circuit 2 is one of my all time favorite movies!
Short Circuit 2 <3
I just watched it for the first time on the Hub. It was one of the best movies I’ve seen in a while.
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