The Most Horriblest Thing #03

Hopefully you all appreciate the expense we went to here in developing this exciting new technology that allows you, the reader, to see inside Pain.  The technology was pretty easy to initially make work.  What took longer was making it not work quite so well…. because really, you NEVER want to see what’s in there in that much detail.

If you’re heading to SDCC this weekend…. or are hitting the special preview night tonight…. make sure you swing by Booth 1903 and say “Hi!” to Luci Phurr’s Imps writer, Dale.

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Discussion (8) ¬

  1. Valerie

    I’m suddenly feeling rather sorry for those mice… And of course we appreciate the INSIDE-AN-IMP-O-VISION technology! Who wouldn’t want to witness the inner workings of an imp? (Pain and the imp of indigestion may just be two exceptions.)

  2. SecretAgent000

    …Wow, that’s a pretty small balloon.

  3. Palmetto

    Next ‘Gotta Have’ technology: “Inside-an-Imp-o-vision” IN 3D!!!

  4. jonwaynew

    Next time there is something really wrong with the bathroom, the bus, or a trash can, I’m gonna blame it on *Imp-i-gest-ion*

    Maybe I’ll even include a hole in the ground/beach.

  5. DktrAgonizer

    How has that bee not popped that balloon yet WHAT IS THIS NONSENSE

  6. jjmblue7

    @Dktr: Because the balloon somehow has avoided making the evil, evil (but not evil in an awesome way, like the imps) bee angry yet.

    And I figured pain’s belly would be made of some indestructible metal that we wouldn’t be able to see through. Is this Inside-an-Imp-o-Vision a new technoplogy?

  7. Kiriel

    xD I was right~ ;P Alsooo~ Poor nervous vs jaded mouse. xD

  8. Ragedoll

    Oh dear, Somehow I think I’m going to feel sorry for Pain