Or you could just try the door handle…
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So! Our two little ninjas can’t see in the windows. But it’s always darkest before the dawn, right?
Now that Flyboy has gotten them access to the inside of the church, what do you think they’ll find? Will Spooky finally get to blow something up? And will Flyboy want him to blow that thing up?
Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀
They flew around the building to the side door.
I hope the side door is green so I can use the cheap joke “Green Door, What’s that Secret You’re Keeping.”
(But if it isn’t green, I won’t be troubled or agitated or disturbed… After all, no Church has a back door unless it’s a rectory for the Priest, Minister, Reverend, warlock, or some other Ecclesiastical entity.)
Alex! I hate you. Dame near fell out of my chair with those last two panels laughing!
LMAO! Love it Dave. You are the reason Patreon rumbles
No warlocks, but there is a kitchen back there along with some offices.
Glad you liked that, William. I think Adam did a great job selling the gag.
I now think that is a door in the rear of the church. When I first looked at the page, I looked at the three windows with the cross above and thought it was the front door of the church. However, the laundromat was not on that side of the church. In the picture on page 26, we see the front of the church opposite a laundromat. That means this church has an uncharacteristically wide transept and small nave. That confused me for a little while.
So (I conclude) they are at the back of the church.
Yes, they are.
“jeez, ok, mom”
“now ninja time~”
“ugh f i ne”
but then!! :,D
Sometimes the simplest approach is the best ☚(ﾟヮﾟ☚)
Mitch would say “almost always” that the simplest approach is best.
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