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That looks like Axe Cop’s nerdy twin in the front of the crowd of panicked citizens. Could he be disguising himself as a mild-mannered, non-axe wielding cop?
Just how many problems can be resolved by climbing inside someone’s head and wreaking havoc?
Love your interpretation of a brain castle.
I’m not sure if you do this intentionally or not, but I like how everything in this tale (and most of Axe Cop) uses the definite article—“they found THE castle [in the middle of the secret president’s brain] ... inside THE castle they found THE worm king”—instead of using the indefinite article—“they found A castle in the middle of Abey’s brain”.
Of course! Everyone has a castle in the middle of his brain, so it’s no surprise at all the Jack and John should come across the castle in Abey’s brain. It really gives some kind of logic and groundedness to this ridiculous arbitrary world that Malachai is inventing constantly.
Is God going to fix the world like last time? Or is going to make Jack and John learn their lesson?
That worm is disgusting and I’d like to request that you never draw it again.
So, is Jack now his own planet—Jack Planet?
I think it’s probably a very good thing that we only see Abey Abe from the shoulders up in that tenth panel.
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