The Phantom keeping his clothes on while continuing to hallucinate, Andy the dog stranded miles and miles from Lost Forest, the Melonheads continuing to be Melonheads, and Mary having to deal with a frustrated Toby and/or a lonely old Saul Wynter and/or a snotty teenager?
Nope, I don’t know, either. But a Phantom/Mary Worth mashup will do for the meantime.
Kit’s been having a rough time; evidently the Spirit of Past Phantoms has been haunting him and telling him what a crummy job he’s done with his kids, his legacy, and so forth. Yeah, YOU try doing this in a purple leotard and striped undies-on-the outside!
While this has freaked out Kit at the beginning, there only so much crap anyone can deal with, even as the crap grows higher and deeper:
We just can’t leave Boney McBones hanging, can we?
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Kit’s leaving anytime soon. Maybe his host is lonesome…
And then some folks suggested that Boney Marony ought to start terrorizing other people (and critters). I figured going after Wilbut Weston would be too easy…
I don’t know if Kit is attempting to fight back, or if he’s just letting his Ghost with the Most set the scene.
It looks like Kit is being pretty smart and heading for the exit. Whether he succeeds is anyone’s guess (and Devil doesn’t seem confident).
What a frightening week it’s been! Kit has been harassed and harangued by a gruesome apparition…and you know what the most terrifying thing of all is?
You guessed it: those sad ‘n’ sorry saggy purple tights worn by Old Man Phantom!
Oh, boy! I think we’re finally free of the Haunted Forest of Llongo, and Kit and his buddies (and his dog. and his horse, and an elephant!) are heading to a safe place!
And yet, Guran feels the need to tell Kit the secret of the Llongo Forest, and Kit feels the need to question why he keeps hanging around the Llongo people to start with:
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