Recurring Themes

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===Removal of Body Parts===
 
===Removal of Body Parts===
  
Various appendages and body parts are removed frequently in this comic.  In one case, an awkward situation arose when Steve discovered [[Moustache Guy]]'s disembodied [[nipples]] while bathing in a hot tub ({{Comic|20}}).  In another, Beaver somehow obtained another (or possibly the same) man's nose.  Beaver once removed [[Steve's pelvis]] and used it to escape from the Shoe Goblin's clutches.
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Various appendages and body parts are removed frequently in this comic.  In one case, an awkward situation arose when Steve discovered [[Moustache Guy]]'s disembodied [[nipples]] while bathing in a hot tub ([[Comic 20]]).  In another, Beaver somehow obtained another (or possibly the same) man's nose.  Beaver [[Comic 67|once]] removed [[Steve's pelvis]] and used it to escape from the Shoe Goblin's clutches. And while playing a game of chase in [[Comic 144]], Beaver accidentally removes [[Steve's tail]] (which is an evolutionary throwback from the days when Steve's race had to escape the [[Sky-Octopus]]), which then turns into a miniature version of Steve and tries to cut off Beavers' tail. (The real Steve then cuts off Beaver's tail and attaches it to himself.)
  
 
===Steve's Inner Demons===
 
===Steve's Inner Demons===
  
 
Steve sometimes struggles with his inner demons, in a very literal sense.  Steve's body has been occupied by actual demons who emerge every thousand years, a [[Wikipedia:Abraham Lincoln|Lincoln]]-esque man in a top hat, and [[Loki]], the Norse god of mischief.
 
Steve sometimes struggles with his inner demons, in a very literal sense.  Steve's body has been occupied by actual demons who emerge every thousand years, a [[Wikipedia:Abraham Lincoln|Lincoln]]-esque man in a top hat, and [[Loki]], the Norse god of mischief.
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===Steve and Turnips===
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Steve regularly runs afoul of the hideously healthy and forceful turnip. Steve has a rational fear of the turnip, since the turnip for its part is determined to force Steve to eat it, by any means. Usually, this confrontation is played out first by trickery (by the turnip), after which the turnip violently leaps down Steve's throat.
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===Opening of Forbidden Doors===
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Steve seems to find it impossible not to open doors that are clearly never to be opened. In [[comic 159]], Steve opens a door and releases the mighty and terrible [[Qual'n'Gurtha]], which leads to all sorts of unfeasible hi-jinks. Again, in [[comic 170]], he smashes the 'Lovely Lock' that seals the portal between [[Pixie Land]] and [[Gremlinopolis]], thus allowing the Gremlins to invade [[Pixie Land]] and enslave the Pixie population. Beaver in fact refers to this theme when he says "I thought we'd agreed: no more running gags."
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[[category:Beaver and Steve]]

Latest revision as of 07:58, 8 January 2008

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Recurring Themes

Steve and Toasters

Steve has, many times, run into problems with toasters. This seems to be the result of an unfeasible conspiracy against Steve; every time Steve attempts to make toast, something goes horribly wrong with the toaster. For example, various toasters have turned out to be fairies, Transformer-esque robots, or haunted.

Steve's problems with toast date even further back than these toaster troubles: at one point, Steve attempted to butter his toast only to discover that the butter had become a foul-tasting, three-eyed being.

Fairies

Magical fairies make regular appearances in Beaver and Steve. These have included the Meat Fairy, the Good Fairy of the East, toaster fairies, mine pixies, etc.

Removal of Body Parts

Various appendages and body parts are removed frequently in this comic. In one case, an awkward situation arose when Steve discovered Moustache Guy's disembodied nipples while bathing in a hot tub (Comic 20). In another, Beaver somehow obtained another (or possibly the same) man's nose. Beaver once removed Steve's pelvis and used it to escape from the Shoe Goblin's clutches. And while playing a game of chase in Comic 144, Beaver accidentally removes Steve's tail (which is an evolutionary throwback from the days when Steve's race had to escape the Sky-Octopus), which then turns into a miniature version of Steve and tries to cut off Beavers' tail. (The real Steve then cuts off Beaver's tail and attaches it to himself.)

Steve's Inner Demons

Steve sometimes struggles with his inner demons, in a very literal sense. Steve's body has been occupied by actual demons who emerge every thousand years, a Lincoln-esque man in a top hat, and Loki, the Norse god of mischief.

Steve and Turnips

Steve regularly runs afoul of the hideously healthy and forceful turnip. Steve has a rational fear of the turnip, since the turnip for its part is determined to force Steve to eat it, by any means. Usually, this confrontation is played out first by trickery (by the turnip), after which the turnip violently leaps down Steve's throat.

Opening of Forbidden Doors

Steve seems to find it impossible not to open doors that are clearly never to be opened. In comic 159, Steve opens a door and releases the mighty and terrible Qual'n'Gurtha, which leads to all sorts of unfeasible hi-jinks. Again, in comic 170, he smashes the 'Lovely Lock' that seals the portal between Pixie Land and Gremlinopolis, thus allowing the Gremlins to invade Pixie Land and enslave the Pixie population. Beaver in fact refers to this theme when he says "I thought we'd agreed: no more running gags."

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