Comic 19

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Beaver becomes intimate with the spider.

Link: Comic 19

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Title: freedom is the right of all sentient beings

Date: November 1, 2004

Summary: Steve frees a spider at Beaver's request, and Steve gets what's coming to him.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Spider

Onomatopoeias used: "SKITTER!", "FLOMP!", "CATCH!"

"Fin" style: In a spider-web.

Number of panels: 10

Transcript

Panel 1

Steve: "Hey Beaver! Look at this awesome spider I caught."
Beaver: "Now Steve, how would you like to be trapped in a jar? You should let it go."

Panel 2

Steve: "Aw. Do I have to?"
Beaver: "Remember Steve: Freedom is the right of all sentient beings."

Panel 3

Steve: "Sigh... ok."
Beaver: "There you go little feller- you're free!"

Panel 4

The spider SKITTER!'s up Beaver's leg.
Beaver: "Oh!"

Panel 5

The spider runs across Beaver's back.
Beaver: "Hey! Get off there!"

Panel 6

Beaver: "Aug! It's going in my ear!"

Panel 7

Beaver: "It's burrowing through my brain! Oh! The unimaginable PAIN!"

Panel 8

Beaver falls down with a FLOMP!

Panel 9

The spider SKITTER!'s back.

Panel 10

Steve CATCH!'es the spider in the jar again.

Fun Facts

  • It is a common human fear that spiders or other small bugs would crawl into one's ear and into their brain, causing them to die.

References

  • The phrase "Oh! The unimaginable PAIN!" is a reference to one of the lice back in Comic 1. It also occurs in Comic 189.
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