Next up for meeting herself up close is Biff.
It’s quite a meeting of the mind.
… yeah, I used the singular on purpose, for evil!Biff didn’t bring his along. As usual.
What he did bring along, inevitably, were his physical abilities – and Biff, despite having been Biff for a long time, before becoming Biff, somehow failed to completely account for them. She did try to circumvent Biff’s obvious offensive potential by using her hood of invisibility, but she failed to remember how good he always was at hitting things he didn’t even intend to hit. Not being seen by Biff doesn’t mean you’re safe – the only safe place is being completely outside of his reach. Or, on certain dates, outside of the range of the most powerful fireworks Biff could conceivably stumble across – but, fortunately, today isn’t one of those dates.
The other thing Biff somewhat misjudged is how his own offensive power has been negatively impacted by his transition into the world of Stockades & Skeletons. She does connect nicely with a full right straight punch, but the consequences are far less dire for Biff than Biff had expected and hoped for. Too bad she didn’t remember hammerspace.
So I guess it’s another victory for the bad guys, but the last panel clearly shows that Biff did a bit better than her two teammates that went before – unlike them, she didn’t fail to leave an impression.
More on Thursday.