This haint the time to lose your head, Wally.
Does the haint necklace have an eye on it?
I thought it was the eye. Nice to get it right once in a while. :O)
Okay… Not sure what a little piece of flea market jewelry is going to do to ‘Totally Not Yog Sohoth’ but hey…
Wally, it’s time to fight fire with fire. May the best cat win!
“Impure things”, hmmm, it looks like Dr Amesworth all right.
Eye don’t know…
Annihilation is pretty harsh……
That appears to be an Evil Eye Charm he is pulling from his shirt.
They are very common in Mediterranean countries.
Just after you forget some plot point, it becomes vital to everyone’s survival. And maybe a way to keep the worlds from ending.
It remembers Wally. Wonderful.
The tower is full of the Eye — the Eyefull Tower!
It’s “An eye for an Eye” time!
Duffy’s been so full of bravado that I’d wondered whether he was wearing the amulet that Chic gave him. https://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2019/09/25?ct=v&cti=1551577 He either believes in it a little bit, or didn’t want to disappoint “the kid”. We’ll see if in Aaron’s universe the amulet has any effect, or not.
So much for my (admittedly far-fetched) theory of the vortex being helpful, hah! It’s the evil Eye entity. It’s interesting to note that it says Wally & Co. cannot join. Since they’ve already transformed into anthros, further transformations aren’t possible, evidently. (They wouldn’t have wanted to join that insane mess anyway.)
Time to close your eyes, grip that medallion, click your heels…..start repeating “There’s no place like home.” (Tin Lion and Cowardly Elephant just gotta make due.)
It’s a reminder that he is loved. I wonder if Duffy and Alan are hearing something different..?
I’ve sure missed Kirbee.
Duffy’s crying; Some seriously big emotions on tap to supercharge that magic amulet.
The love that Kirbee put into the amulet may be enough to save them all!
Aaron knows cats. Wallys ear position says so much!
So what have we learned here today? Ted can control any “schismed” object. It’s safe to say the feral toothbrushes aren’t much different than the insane anthros like Jim. Also, that the space between the worlds is his domain. Makes sense if this IS a continuation of Free Energy and this all started with “tunneling.”
“Darn! Wish I’d learned to read!”
Holy crap! Eye is back? Or is this the hive mind of toothbrush world speaking?
We haint seen nothin’ yet
The “Eye” certainly is presenting them with much choice – it’s fight or be killed. Here’s to Duffy the Brave!
I hope wherever we go next, it’s not a swirling red mess. Do I need a bottle of Clear Eyes or a dose of Dramamine? Is there a pharmacy nearby?
Actually, if I understand things (not assured), under the circumstances, I would take “You cannot join me” as kind of good news.
“Impure things”, geesh, so judgey!
Duffy’s about the prove his worth.
That’s an “Evil Eye”; it’s intended to reflect ill intent cast upon you back to the one who created it. I can’t recall who gave it to him though.
Alan looks at Wally with a shocked expession, then says: "You KNOW that guy!?!? "
It also looks like in whatever worlds it infests ‘I’ gradually overtakes the beings it corrupts until they are as warped inside as they are outside. It also gives a horrifying insight as to why the Topsiders blast mutants to pieces without hesitation: The mutants. much as the toothbrushes are pseudopods of the larger entity and they just don’t know it yet. Everything hasn’t been a war against mutants but a desperate attempt to stave off an otherworldly invasion via a parasitic, eldritch obscenity.
No worries, the cat always comes back.
oh no is right, Wally. We know that voice!
Ya know for all the threats it sure keeps failing. I’m starting to wonder if it’s afraid of them…