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Latest revision as of 11:57, 13 August 2007Comic 121
Title: Shrinking violence
Date: October 31, 2005
Summary: Beaver and Steve are shrunk to the size of insects.
"Fin" style: Miniscule.
Number of panels: 9
Beaver: "Oh no! We have been shrunk to the size of INSECTS!"
Steve: "Oh no! My novelty giant pencil has been shrunk too!"
Beaver: "Well, perhaps we will find a way to return to our normal size over here..."
Spider descends from above with the accompanying onomatopoeia.
Spider: "Psst! Hey, kid!"
Steve: "Who? Me?"
Spider: "Come over here, I've got a, uh, toy I want to show you."
Steve: "...What sort of toy?"
Spider: "It's a, uh, plane. Yeah, a toy plane."
Steve: "Oh boy! A plane!"
Beaver: "Steve...? No!"
Beaver: "Don't, Steve, it's a trick! He just wants to inject you with enzymes to dissolve your internal organs and then drink you like a carton of ribena!"
Spider: "Well, when you put it like that, it does sound a little gross..."
Beaver: "Come on, Steve, let's find a way to get out of this fix!"
Beaver and Steve walk away
Spider: "No! Wait! I wasn't!"
Spider takes out his toy plane and plays around.
Spider: "Neeeoooow! Dak! Dak! Dak! Dak!"
Spiders are apparently lonely.