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Maybe it’s ticklish?
Quick! Go to the middle school and borrow the giant, scary inflatable dog!
It’s the Stay Puft Marshmellow Man.
“Ha ha! You’re all in trouble now!”
*pulls out Pin
“Wait! Wait, we can negotiate!”
Just punch It, punching things always works for me!
“Choose the form of the Destructor!”
“I tried to think of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never ever possibly destroy us!”
Hmmm – Before squelching in there, the creature was, um, slightly more than man sized volume of material. Not likely it could fill that much space. Spread out as a pseudo skeletal structure? Still I would expect a good tear to deflate the thing.
It must not have been obvious, but the creature’s humanoid form we saw several strips ago wasn’t its entire mass. teh entire mass includes all teh bigs and teeth that were in the basement locker room, which was quite a bit. Not enough to fill this giant balloon, certainly. So you’re right that it must be spreading itself out.
Well, that’s creepy. I already didn’t like cats, Jake! There was no need to double down on not liking cats! /s 😉 (In all seriousness, I’m enjoying this arc!)
I’m glad you’re liking it! I agree, Halloween Cat is pretty sinister. Years ago I worked at a mall and every year they used teh parking lot as a staging ground for our enormous annual parade. The lot would be full of giant elaborate parade floats and this kind of huge character balloons. Walking through the lot at night on my way home was always super creepy. It felt like these giant grinning balloons and floats could come to life any second and scoop me up.