#358 – Growth

There are lots of cool abilities that other animals have. It will probably be common in the future to stop off at the genome clinic and pick up a few of them for yourself. I think it would be handy to have limb regeneration. I suppose there would finally be furries that were actually furry.

Also, Look! It’s Biff’s 6th birthday! Woo! To celebrate all Biff books are just $6!

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10 thoughts on “#358 – Growth”

  1. ZeoViolet says:

    Having forseen this future, Harry invested heavily in the tooth file market and made a fortune.

  2. Pyro says:

    I wouldn’t mind cromatophores in my skin, to allow me to blend into various environments, like an octopus. That’d be neat. A tail woild also be pretty fun.

  3. Reavenk says:

    They should go to the dentist to have those teeth trimmed with a mini saw and drill.

  4. kingklash says:

    No big need for dentists, but a whole new market opens for Chew Toys and Cuttlebones.

  5. Juil says:

    Nekomimi?!
    I… might be in the wrong place…

    1. Freezie43110 says:

      Kitsune, Ookami, Inu, Usa…..Chris is right.

  6. Corey Murray says:

    What are they trying to say in the last panel?

    1. Soap says:

      It’s a new language where all the consonants have been replaced by tooth motions to make it easier to understand.

  7. Sectumnihil says:

    What I want most is a jellyfish’s ability to regenerate into a baby.

  8. Terraform Trent says:

    The ability to shapeshift would be nice.
    You could become a mermaid. You could drink a square mile of the ocean, then use the acquired mass to turn into whatever you’d like. Perhaps a dragon. Or a giant marble. Perhaps you could shapeshift into a house and a human attached to it. Detach the guy from the house, and bam. You’re the human with a sweet new house.
    Be a mermaid with gills, and explore the ocean!
    Be a hampster, and let someone buy you. Move around your owner’s stuff while they sleep, and cause them to slip into insanity! Hilarity!

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