Good point. That makes me think of “IT.” Pennywise seemed immortal and unstoppable, but all it took was belief, love, and the strength to face one’s fear.
And at the end of the day, as powerful as it seems, Ted is probably still just Marx’s pet eyeball.
I think it’s interesting how it moves. It sort of stretched downward. Reminds me of something from the old SNES Contra 3 game. There were alien eyeballs there too.
I’m [maybe appropriately] getting vibes of:
Han: “Great, Chewie. Great!” and
These days, it’s the best punchline of all.
It’s name is Ted. eddi-TBH is right, but…
Originally it was a pet of Aaron Marx, but after the incident with Free Energy it went crazy and god-like.
I don’t think Ted was killed at the wellspring, just the dittos it had corrupted/possessed. Much like Stephen King’s IT, I don’t believe that Ted can be truly killed inside a reality, and that Wally will eventually need to deal with it on it’s home turf.
Sorry to break it to everyone, but NO President is all that smart. Lest we forget, “The President’s job is not to wield power, but distract attention away from it.” – Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
He’s a thief, it’s as simple as that. Which means his persona is phony.
First unplug the van, then use hedge loppers to cut the cord where it comes onto your property. Then call the cops on the suspicious van parked outside your house. Solved.
“The Mysteries” is supposed to arrive tomorrow! So excited!!
If only I had the maturity when I was younger to pick up on the subtleties in this strip. I had several female friends in high school who would get angry when I’d gripe about my lady troubles, but I was never able to pick up on the fact that they were angry because a part of them were pining for me. Ah well, water WAY under the bridge.
It also helps that Sedine is insane.