TRANSCRIPT: This is the text of the comic, for purposes such as translation and internet searches.
(The story continues as it began, in black and white, save red flourishes.
Inside the cabin, Jack is carrying the cooler, while Karl leans around all lazy.)
JACK: I had a really good time at this lake.
KARL: Um, I don't really want to know what kind of 'good time' you had.
(Jack is annoyed at Karl's foolery.)
JACK: Hey! I was talking about emotional bonding with a friend! Don't tarnish my pleasant memories with your filthy mind.
(Karl is moving along to a window, Jack raising a red bottle with a taped-on label. This seems to be a 'when Karl's back is turned'-style move.)
KARL: Yeah, sorry.
(The label can now be read: JACK'S "PAINT WATER" DO NOT DRINK. He is drinking it while Karl talks from off-panel.)
KARL: You're not just the kid who lives to get high. I know.
(Jack has turned to face Karl and gestures hopefully. The "paint water" is out of sight and he holds a canned beverage for Karl.)
JACK: C'mon, we're out in nature, the weather's nice for once, it's quiet... Kind of romantic? Just a little?
(Karl hoists his can and looks cheerful out the window. We can see him from outside, where a figure
lurks unnoticed. The creeping humanoid has patchy hair, pale skin, and a mask from "Party Village.")
KARL: Well, maybe so. Maybe it is.