Comic 248

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The Snowman FLUMPs against two windows as Beaver and Steve SLAM the house door shut from the inside.<br />
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The Snowman FLUMPFs against two windows as Beaver and Steve SLAM the house door shut from the inside.<br />
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Beaver: "Phew! We made it!"<br />
 
Beaver: "Phew! We made it!"<br />
 
Steve: "But what do we do now?"<br />
 
Steve: "But what do we do now?"<br />
 
Beaver: "Don't worry Steve, we can just stay in here living off cold sprouts and Christmas cake until the snow melts in spring!"<br />
 
Beaver: "Don't worry Steve, we can just stay in here living off cold sprouts and Christmas cake until the snow melts in spring!"<br />
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Beaver: "Won't that be fun!"<br />
 
Beaver: "Won't that be fun!"<br />
 
Steve: "Is it too late to take my chances with the snowman?"<br />
 
Steve: "Is it too late to take my chances with the snowman?"<br />
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Unseen Speaker (most probably Beaver): "After all, he's just a silly old Snowman, what harm can he do?"<br />
 
Unseen Speaker (most probably Beaver): "After all, he's just a silly old Snowman, what harm can he do?"<br />
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Meanwhilst the Snowman SPROUTS and GROWS various snowy appendages and proceeds to WRITHE with them.
 
Meanwhilst the Snowman SPROUTS and GROWS various snowy appendages and proceeds to WRITHE with them.
  
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The wormlike Snowman CRASH!es through a window.<br />
 
The wormlike Snowman CRASH!es through a window.<br />
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Snowman: "Oh what a lovely place you have here!<br />
 
Snowman: "Oh what a lovely place you have here!<br />
 
Beaver: "Yipe!"<br />
 
Beaver: "Yipe!"<br />
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Beaver and Steve have now fallen back to the Christmas tree.<br />
 
Beaver: "OK Steve, what's the plan?"<br />
 
Beaver: "OK Steve, what's the plan?"<br />
 
Steve: "Actually 'Fall back to the Christmas tree' was pretty much my whole plan."<br />
 
Steve: "Actually 'Fall back to the Christmas tree' was pretty much my whole plan."<br />
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The Snowman GLOM!s up all of Beaver, Steve and the Christmas tree.<br />
 
The Snowman GLOM!s up all of Beaver, Steve and the Christmas tree.<br />
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Unseen Speaker: "Well this has to be our 3rd or 4th worst Christmas <u>ever</u> ..."
Unseen Speaker: "Well this has to be our 3rd or 4th worst Christmas ever ..."
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==Fun Facts==
 
==Fun Facts==
  
It's interesting to notice that, even having read the fortune cookie that stated they were gonna perish in the hands of a wicked snowman, Beaver still wished his to come to life. Which once again proves the unmeasurable power of '''fate'''.
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* It's interesting to notice that, even having read the fortune cookie that stated they were gonna perish in the hands of a wicked snowman, Beaver still wished his to come to life. Which once again proves the unmeasurable power of '''fate'''.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
  
Even though most people will never know what it feels like to be swallowed by a giant mutant horrible creature, this is not the first time it happens to Beaver and Steve. In [[Comic 55]], they were eaten by a gigantic Rupert T. Roach and had to go to great lengths to break free - in that particular case, using a microwave.
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* Even though most people will never know what it feels like to be swallowed by a giant mutant horrible creature, this is not the first time it happens to Beaver and Steve. In [[Comic 55]], they were eaten by a gigantic Rupert T. Roach and had to go to great lengths to break free - in that particular case, using a microwave.
  
 
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Revision as of 05:54, 27 December 2006

The End?

Link: Comic 248

Translations: http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/8/8f/Finnishflag.png Finnish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/5/52/Frenchflag.png French, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/5/57/Polishflag.png Polish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/0/04/Danishflag.png Danish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/7/79/Italianflag.gif Italian

Title: 'snow joke - part 4

Date: December 21, 2006

Summary: Beaver and Steve make a narrow escape from the snowman. Or do they?

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Snowman

Onomatopoeias used: "FLUMPF", "SLAM", "SPROUT", "GROW", "WRITHE", "CRASH!", "GLOM!"

Number of panels: 5

Transcript

Panel 1

The Snowman FLUMPFs against two windows as Beaver and Steve SLAM the house door shut from the inside.
Beaver: "Phew! We made it!"
Steve: "But what do we do now?"
Beaver: "Don't worry Steve, we can just stay in here living off cold sprouts and Christmas cake until the snow melts in spring!"
Beaver: "Won't that be fun!"
Steve: "Is it too late to take my chances with the snowman?"
Beaver: "Don't worry Steve, we'll be quite safe in here"

Panel 2

Unseen Speaker (most probably Beaver): "After all, he's just a silly old Snowman, what harm can he do?"
Meanwhilst the Snowman SPROUTS and GROWS various snowy appendages and proceeds to WRITHE with them.

Panel 3

The wormlike Snowman CRASH!es through a window.
Snowman: "Oh what a lovely place you have here!
Beaver: "Yipe!"
Steve: "Don't worry Beaver, I have a plan! Fall back to the Christmas tree!"

Panel 4

Beaver and Steve have now fallen back to the Christmas tree.
Beaver: "OK Steve, what's the plan?"
Steve: "Actually 'Fall back to the Christmas tree' was pretty much my whole plan."
Beaver: "Oh."
Snowman: "Glaaa"
Beaver: "So this is how we meet our end: consumed by a giant mutant snowman with an eating disorder. I guess that fortune cookie was right."

Panel 5

The Snowman GLOM!s up all of Beaver, Steve and the Christmas tree.
Unseen Speaker: "Well this has to be our 3rd or 4th worst Christmas ever ..."

Fun Facts

  • It's interesting to notice that, even having read the fortune cookie that stated they were gonna perish in the hands of a wicked snowman, Beaver still wished his to come to life. Which once again proves the unmeasurable power of fate.

References

  • Even though most people will never know what it feels like to be swallowed by a giant mutant horrible creature, this is not the first time it happens to Beaver and Steve. In Comic 55, they were eaten by a gigantic Rupert T. Roach and had to go to great lengths to break free - in that particular case, using a microwave.
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