Comic 167 - From The Dead

20th Sep 2012, 12:00 PM in Arc 13 - Late Night
From The Dead
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Chaz GELF 20th Sep 2012, 12:00 PM edit delete
Chaz decides to have a bit of a snark at the expense of the guy who just shot him. Probably inadvisable, but since said guy's gun has been disabled, he might as well take advantage of the situation.

That little silver blob in the middle of Chaz's head is a concentrated, coagulated mass of Synthblood, busily repairing the hole left in his head by the bullet. The hole in the back of his head is... well, not kid-friendly, to say the least, so we won't be showing that. :3

Also, I'm heading off for a holiday this Saturday, so we'll be cutting to the commercials for next week.
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Neojet280 20th Sep 2012, 1:39 PM edit delete reply
Have fun on your holiday come back soon
hariman 20th Sep 2012, 3:38 PM edit delete reply
That's such a great line for Chaz to use on the poor sap.

I've got the feeling that Chaz is going to get a day off thanks to this.
shadow7128 20th Sep 2012, 9:10 PM edit delete reply
I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the impact force of a bullet will rend a larger hole on entry than on exit
Chaz GELF 20th Sep 2012, 10:28 PM edit delete reply
I imagine it depends on the type of bullet used. In this case, the bullet was designed to expand/fragment after hitting its target, causing a great deal more damage immediately after entering the body.

I'm not much of a ballistics expert either but I figured that was how it works. XD
Ballistics Noob 21st Sep 2012, 12:47 AM edit delete reply
Well, the type of bullet DOES have an effect on the size of either hole in the head, the EXIT wound is always the bigger one. Bullets tend to deform and tumble on the way through, so the exit wounds can get pretty nasty compared to the much smaller entry wound.

Spent too long on the Military Channel.
Shougo 13th Mar 2013, 10:24 PM edit delete reply
As seen below, because of the movement of the bullet through the person and subsequent fragmentation, exit wounds are generally larger at close range. Though it can be clean in certain circumstances.
Thrax 21st Sep 2012, 3:46 AM edit delete reply
Did you ever sketch the exit wound, or anything? If you did, are you going to post it on chaz-gelf? It would be interesting to see some part of the GELF's internal structure, if anything.
Xander 21st Sep 2012, 7:58 AM edit delete reply
Well, I'm thinking he's figured out now why Red's so damn tough. At least he'd got an idea.
Duprek 23rd Sep 2012, 10:07 PM edit delete reply
Im confused, GELF stands for Geneticly Engineered Life Form,right? But due to the speaker and the light power and the computer vision, it seems Chaz is more of a robot than a geneticly engineered organism. Which is he.
Shougo 13th Mar 2013, 10:27 PM edit delete reply

Robots are completely made from machine parts and have no living material inside them. However GELFs seem to be engineered from several different living components and non living components.
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