I always knew Readers Digest was about cannibalism.
Exactly! He had to go back to rule his subjects in hell!
(hope no one is taking this seriously)
Let’s face it, he is a ginger. He is long due for stoning in the town square or more acurately burning at the stake like the son of the devil he is. (Notice that he has no father… it’s clear with whom his mother has been fornicating on sabbat nights).
No it doesn’t break the fourth wall. It does reflect his character, but he is being self aware so he uses it perfectly normally. And as for pathos I guess it depends on where you’re from, because where I’m from you (or used to at my time) would discuss it at the latest in your first year of high school. (Freshman) and of course earlier depending on your classes, interests or readings. So any body who attended school until 14-15 yo would know what is pathos.
No, never forced. (I thought it was a pun). But nevermore because it was so bad, such a mess and such a poor continuation that I was happy to get it over with and pretend it didn’t happen. No harm done though. It doesn’t affect the first trilogy made (4,5,6) I wasn’t very happy with the second either, and as long as people enjoyed it, it’s fine with me.
It’s very different now although still not that stable, and incredible contrast between the touristic locations and the rest. I’ve been there a few times in the 90s and it wasn’t very nice.
Turn the A/C on to keep the fans happy… Brilliant.
Protecting yourself? It must be a pamphlet about the 2nd amendment, right?
I like this arc. We get quite some fan service while Bea R makes fun of a catalogue of the pathetic/disgusting sides of online geekery. And using humor and candor, she goes quite far. Self pleasuring, coprophilia in a few days, but without ever having to name it and always used as a funny punchline. The “chunky bits” has overtones of Arale.
Fitting for the 3rd starwars trilogy: nevermore! (Please!)