I wonder how many mutant “species” there are. Are there any that are normally aquatic but living on land? And cephalopodian types? Like maybe with a squid’s head that could flail its arms around and yell “it’s a trap!”?
Just for the exercise, imagine that Portia is one of the conspirators—then go back and read from the beginning of this arc (Portia running). Almost everything shown would fit. She could have begun working on manipulating Walt from there. She could have been *spying on Doc and Walt. The phone calls Walt heard could have been staged. All thay so Portia would have protection, like if a weasel with a firearm comes gunning for her. Just as an exercise…as if this story wasn’t convoluted enough. :-)
Yes. How will she react to the news that hanging Foxworthy didn’t get rid of the murderers? How will Walt take the news?
It is possible that their “butcher” might still want to go for it. But somehow that “butcher” would still have to get the “sleeping potion” to Portia so she can take it…so the Harvesters can move in. Then Security can move in on the Harvesters…but even so, who would they catch? The victim is probably brought to the Butcher to be…processed.
No no no no no. Mavis told them that the pig conspiracy was over. https://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2018/6/1 If Rabbit and Weasel try to use Portia as bait…the cannibals should see that it’s a trap—regardless of the use of a “key” word. I think this operation is going to fail…badly.
The rats show up again, briefly in a later episode…in a backpack…with socks.
The smokehouse they found had a “vent system hooked to the sewer line”. https://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2018/2/26
After the last two strips, I’m wondering what the rats actually are. Can anyone recall any time ever where the rats are shown with “buck teeth”? Other rodent and lagomorph types are shown with them…some quite large. Holly had them, Jacob has them, other characters have them…but the “rats” don’t. At least that I can recall. Anyone else see this?
Well, since “the butcher” was a concept that Velda was using to describe the scenario for Jacob…it makes sense. Mavis might not think in the same terms.
This is Mavis’ brain….on TV. Any questions?