Deja vu – Chapter 2, Strip 363

Yeah, Lee’s been in the hospital so often that the memories of his various accidents start to blur together…well, actually all of his memories are starting to blur together, but that’s probably just the constant concussions. The incident he was thinking of was this one.

Lee’s probably got a lot to complain about regarding this stunt, but I think it’s worth mentioning that the goggles didn’t do nothing. In fact, if they had done less than they did, Lee would have less reason to complain. (It’s just a prejudice that goggles do nothing, anyway – Shonen heroes wear them not only as fashion accessory, but also to protect their eyes. By keeping their incredibly voluminous and spiky hair out of them, that is.)

Most stuntmen have those little rituals they do for good luck before every stunt – I’m not sure what Lee’s complete routine consists of, but the easily observable part seems to revolve around crying, shaking and lamenting that he’s too young to die.

Dejavu

Yeah, Lee’s been in the hospital so often that the memories of his various accidents start to blur together…well, actually all of his memories are starting to blur together, but that’s probably just the constant concussions. The incident he was thinking of was this one.

Lee’s probably got a lot to complain about regarding this stunt, but I think it’s worth mentioning that the goggles didn’t do nothing. In fact, if they had done less than they did, Lee would have less reason to complain. (It’s just a prejudice that goggles do nothing, anyway – Shonen heroes wear them not only as fashion accessory, but also to protect their eyes. By keeping their incredibly voluminous and spiky hair out of them, that is.)

Most stuntmen have those little rituals they do for good luck before every stunt – I’m not sure what Lee’s complete routine consists of, but the easily observable part seems to revolve around crying, shaking and lamenting that he’s too young to die.

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