And so ends Guy Juliet.
He died the way he lived. Making someone very, very angry.
And Piper continues to prove herself a liability...
Though Guy isnt entirely blameless in this case. He could have found a better way to make contact.
And so ends the secrecy of the mission.
So smug and confident that he's holding all the cards that he forgets that he pissed off someone who can casually throw fireballs. That's all the proof I need that he's a great detective.
Ah, a nice new expression on his face. I like where this is going
And here's where Piper discovers that wearing tall shoes makes her more intimidating.
Oh right, that was a thing that happened.
Oh my god, the facial expressions on this page are absolutely hilarious. Pablo's body language as he darts out of the way, all of Guy's...amazing.
I wonder what kind of Diplomatic Weapon Pablo has for this kind of situation? That, or Guy has enough magic potential to at least escape long-lasting damage just barely. Or some combination of the two.
Wait... Piper's costume has ARMS???
Alas poor Guy
November 5th is coming up pretty soon.
I'm a bit surprised nobody's commented on Pablo's sick backstep between the third and fourth panels. The guy launched himself a good 20 feet backwards as soon as danger appeared.
@Tssha You sure he didn't die smoking like always... I'll see myself out
Yo, I forgot this dude's name. Made me realize I'm so used to a "character bio" page on webcomics I read. I imagine that would be waaaaay too much work for this comic, so I dont blame you not having one.
You can't really blame her. After all, Burk never moved the painting blocking their rooms! They haven't been able to sleep for the past few days.
I think Guy's problem is clear: he tried to do a diplomat's job without a diplomat.
@Ghost ...well played.
His Dodge value is too high to let him be inconvenienced by a mere Meteor Storm, though he probably felt this adrenaline jolt... Funny job he has.
Pablo's Hat is suspiciously visible in the bottom-right corner of a couple of panels...