That makes 2 skeleton monsters in 2 comics, and they’re in pretty much the exact same spot. It’s a Halloween miracle!
Hooray for the return of the soup-of-the-day guy! That’s the third time today…
Never underestimate the power of soup-of-the-day Steve.
it’s refreshing to see triangles trick-or-treeting again
Wow. Did you just make a Clash at Demonhead reference? Bravo, sir. Bravo.
if u mean me, not on purpose! lol, but now i’m intrigued as to what that is…to the internet!
oop, never mind, i understand now
i miss the random factor at the end
Arcadian: Damn straight.
Hey Isto. Do I ever tell you how awesome your comics are?
dav: You’re missing out on true NES awesomeness. Clash At Demonhead is a classic among classics.
Joe: Yeah, you might’ve mentioned it before. Thanks!
Wow, and here’s the ironic thing, called Subway today and asked for the soup of the day…It was Minestrone, and she butchered the pronunciation. Grand. Which makes this comic even more entertaining! Thanks!
I love Mine-Strone soup, especially with an Eye-talian Sandwich just like the Eye-talians make!
(Also, the Sesame Street Golden Book featuring Grover- “There’s a Monster at the End of This Book” is amazing).
Did the guy get stuck in the sidewalk or turned into a half-man, half-half-spider? (half a spider has 4 legs)
The power of soup is mysterious indeed.
He’s stuck in the sidewalk. In order to be half-half-spider, the legs would need to be a lot bigger. At that size (were they spider legs), he’d be something like seven-eighths-man, one-eighth-half-spider.
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