In all fairness, Leon, that’s not the worst sight you could have seen.
True fans People who’ve followed my stuff since my old Cat Comixz days will remember this place, if only just by name.
Any funny enough, this is the first time I’ve ever actually done an establishing shot of the place that’s been around since the very early Cat Comixz stories and has been pretty important to the entire series as a whole. Whoops.
Leon’s almost at a loss for words after hearing Foundation A has been spying on him
Pages like this really prove to me just how great of an idea it was to make a huge part of the plot hinge on an actual taco
Another fun fact: This is being posted on the 11th anniversary of the preceding comic, Cat Comixz. Don’t worry, there isn’t any Important Lore in that comic that you’re missing out on; anything critical is going to shown in this one.
Also, thankfully for Leon’s sake, they cleaned him off so he wouldn’t smell like pickles when he woke up. Foundation A wouldn’t want their break-room beds to smell, after all.
Fun fact: 81 is my favorite number!
That has nothing to do with the comic, but I’m pretty sure Trinity wishes she had a meaningless non-sequitur to brush this conversation aside.