Comic 355 - Cato 3.8.17
12th Dec 2017, 10:36 PM in Book three, Chapter eight - Untitled
Cato 3.8.17
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joeyballast edit delete
joeyballast
Shadin tomorrow. Shade-ed!

Bucket-jaw will slowly, but surely, lose enough pieces to qualify as 'dead' at some point I'm sure.
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The Doodler edit delete reply
The Doodler
Rhea has all the panache.
(Re: Ol' Bucketjaw: EWWWW.)
joeyballast edit delete reply
joeyballast
Rhea indeed buckles much swash.

Bucket-jaw's innards turned out much more organic-looking than I intended. Ah well!
Mothtrap edit delete reply
Mothtrap
Mmf those are some unhealthy noises *hork*
joeyballast edit delete reply
joeyballast
'hork' - the universal sound for fluid in airways and/or air in fluidways.
joeyballast edit delete reply
joeyballast
I'm gonna need a lot more sounds for the sounds of gurgling fluids in the upcomin' pages.
Thracecius (Guest) edit delete reply
...And now we know why he's always wearing a big cloak. Egad.

I'll give him that he's persistent, but I think that Bucketjaw has run out of luck, because even with this momentary disconnect, he's no match for Rhea even if she only has a sliver of power. This will be resolved quickly, I should think, and then it's just going to be a series of blerghs, spluts "YEEEARGH!"s and splortches until it's over.

Life is grand. :D
joeyballast edit delete reply
joeyballast
You, my friend, can evidently see the future!

Yeah, Bucket-jaw's days are very VERY numbered. All depends on how much time Rhea thinks she has to do the job.
Thracecius (Guest) edit delete reply
As fast as she moves? It should only take a split second to snap him in half and maybe 2-3 seconds to turn him into mangled Puppy Chow. Rhea is all about efficiency and she has more motivation than ever now that Cato and Kyler are exposed.

Sadly, I have to admit I'll miss 'ol Bucketjaw a little bit. I love seeing him get what he deserves, particularly considering what he's said, done and likely done that we don't know about, but respectable villains are often a rarity. That being said, I don't have any real concerns that you'll deliver another one in short order, because Cato & Co. just aren't that lucky. ;)