Review of chapter "The Luckiest Little Slayer" from vitruvian
Actually, one would think that whatever or whoever killed Annie suffered for a long, long time at the hands of her good friend, the Old One known only as Mr. Am.
That is, assuming the comic strip is in along with the musical and movie. Mr. Am was a genial patriarch-looking figure (think Santa Claus if if Claus weren't actually a demon) who claimed to have lived for millions of years and witnessed the rise and fall of numerous civilizations, and was able to back up his claims by excavating ancient cities (with the help of hundreds of willing slaves) and utilizing many forms of lost knowledge. For example, he was able to trick a ruthless gang into opening a box that gave them the mentality of monkeys instead of men.
The implication, of course, was that "Am" was short for "I Am That I Am".
Review By [vitruvian
] • Date [19 Jan 06] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Luckiest Little Slayer" from Cutiepie
Twisted. Truely twisted. Sick and wrong. Bad in all sorts of ways. And so hysterically funny, when you think about it. It, like, totally explains the musical/movie. =] Thank you, and I hope that the music in your head will let you sleep at least a little bit now.
Review By [Cutiepie
] • Date [9 Oct 04] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Luckiest Little Slayer" from TroyGuffey
Review By [TroyGuffey
] • Date [8 Oct 04] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "The Luckiest Little Slayer" from Hecatonchires
Ok, there's levels of wrongness there... "The sun'll come outtttt, tomorrow, betcha bottom dollahhhh, there'lll beeee sunnnnnn...."
Review By [Hecatonchires
] • Date [8 Oct 04] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "The Luckiest Little Slayer" from CPTSkip
Oh lord love a duck! That was terrible, in a good way of course. Lol!
Review By [CPTSkip
] • Date [7 Oct 04] • Not Rated