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And there’s nothing left to snap-back except for the entire corridor that they’re in. I still think it’s possible for them to pop out of the reality pretzel machine. If the bubble is collapsing, then whoever falls out of the bubble is on the other side of the bubble, and the outside of the bubble is the topsider experiment room. Which has it’s own dangers going on…
Bird still sounds like he’s saying a (short enough to be reasonable) “Hello, primitive savage. Do not fear my magic fire. I will not steal your soul.” quote.
Bird is still talking down to the Endtowners, but I admit, it’s appropriate ‘defusing the situation.’ Now we just have to see if he’s going to remove the hand, or remove a block from the wall. A Zero scalpel should be able to cut the stone. It was how the stone was cut in the first place, right? Not that it was able to last, though.
Pheobe survived, yay. There’s a shortage of mousegirls in ET. Now we have to wait for the next ‘strip to see if that snap was the wall closing or her neck. Even if “improbable mutant healing factor” lets her live, them (or just Alan) carrying around a girl like Weekend at Bernie’s would slow them down a bit. They have the rest of the hallways to escape.
We have yet to see if Wally still has them. Would Cardoodle dittos leave mimeograph blue-marks on his gloves?
Oh, and since the Cardoodle planet and the Endtown planet are both influenced by the same phenomenon, then that means the possibility of a third planet sending out Crazy Waves somehow across the dimensions. If all the people on Crazy Planet have turned into something “psychic hivemind” that would explain the reoccuring “I/Eye” thing that keeps happening. Endtown’s Earth gets touched by it because of all the weird bombs, but there’s no knowing why this is just now happening to Cardoodle Planet. And there’s no information on what the scavenger aliens think of this, do about this, or how they are affected by this.
The “turn into a monster” mutation that happened to Endtown Planet happens to Cardoodle Planet. And the funny-animal who was asleep turned into a human, just like how sleeping humans turn into animal-people. Then the sun explosion blows the whole thing away. So, this solidifies the Grexation theory of what the reason for the animal people change is. Right now, there’s no answer to “What about Marx?”
Nice rotoscoping. And the toons quickly run the list from Pogo and Shoe to Tom and Jerry. Despite the Incoming Boom, I think Marx will make it out. The only thing we have to worry about is him singing a melancholy Vera Lynn’s “Some Sunny Day.” I hope that he’s got another trick to pull, on an entire world, but can’t guess what it could be.
The good news is that Other Duffy is unbreakable. The bad news is that since Other Duffy is unmovable then so is Little Brother.