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Comic 57 - Slenderman VS Tod

Posted on Wednesday, the 28th of August at 12:00 AM, 2013 in 2013

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DanVzare Wed, 28. Aug 12:00 AM, 2013 edit delete
I really REALLY like how the background came out on this comic. As a matter of fact, I think I was inspired by the terrible background on Comic 14 "Overpopulaton". I think I'm going to try and make better backgrounds comparable to this one in the future. By the way, the next comic is my twentieth, so I'm going to be putting in an introduction on that comic. If you think it's a bad idea, just tell me in the comments. Mind you, I don't think I have enough readers for anyone to comment about that.

As you can see on this comic, Doug is playing Slender: The Eight Pages, hence why he's dressed as Kate. Tod (formally a Tails Doll) has highjacked the game with his powers and turned the Slenderman into a Tails Doll (because even though he isn't a Tails Doll anymore, he's still one inside). Thinking about it, Tails Doll is probably scarier than Slenderman. I remember being a little bit scared of the Tails Doll years before learning about the Creepypasta. Heck, I even thought of my own Creepypasta back then!

As for those that think Slenderman would win in a fight against the Tails Doll, let me remind you of a few things. First, this is a game Slenderman, so he's not all powerful (I will probably have to make Tod go against the real Slenderman). The second thing to note is that Tod was a Tails Doll that was resurrected with the Necronomicon. That's like twice the evil and twice the power!
I really should see about a story arc where Tod just goes about defeating all of the major horror icons though.

Also, yes I have played Slender: The Arrival. It was a pretty good game, and yes I was scared. I'm not sure why though, I mean, he's not that bad of a guy. I suppose I just don't like people just watching me for no apparent reason.

I also have my own theory about Slenderman. There are a lot of different view points of the... guy. So here is mine! He's a spirit who is there to protect a forest, but he is created by a person who dies in that forest. Because sometimes when a person dies in a forest, for some reason they become a Slenderman, and Slenderman's goal is to kill anyone who could harm that forest, which includes all humans. If you think about it, all the games with Slendy in them are about a forest and that forest usually has something which could harm said forest. For example in The Arrival, there is a mine. Clearly Slenderman is the slave of a higher power, perhaps the spirit of the forest trying to defend itself? Why else would there be no word of Slenderman or Slendermans in the past, unless something recent is causing him or them to appear. It makes sense if you think about it. Of course, with a horror icon such as this, it all depends on what the majority thinks. So my opinion is null and void unless a huge number of people decide to agree with it Feel free to challenge my view points and correct them, because I know there’s probably a few flaws in my theory somewhere.

But one thing is for certain. Slenderman is made for the forest, I mean, why else was I afraid of every spindly little tree on Slender: The Arrival, unless Slenderman is capable of disguising himself as a tree. Which he can, thanks to his tentacles. Unfortunately he can’t on that game, but I didn’t know that at the beginning.