The power of buzzing annoyance didn’t turn out so well for Mosquito Man XIV in the end.
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Gee, I wonder what happened to Mosquito Man I through XIII?
There are actually hundreds of Mosquito Men. They can’t all want to be in Power Group.
Strike me down and I shall become more powerful than you can ever possibly think of!
So when will the power come that lets me live longer than my intro!
So Red Raven is part of the Power Group already?
HOW could they DISMISS the pure AWESOME that is THE PLATYPUS?!?
Rest in peace Mosquito Man XIV. You shall be missed.
By the way, I love the expression in the final panel. :D
Come to think of it, control over mosquitos would be a rather nifty, villainous superpower.
Like having your own swarm of flying pirhana.
^ Much like Antman from Marvel, yes?
Ah, the Platypus is still just a puggle, he still has a lot of growing to do. Now, the Echidna, there is a real ladies man; he can pleasure 4 woman at the same time. Word of warning though, he has really smart sperm. Spermicides don’t work as they use evasive maneuvers to avoid them. They can also climb out of condoms, work their way around dams, even form balls that protect the ones in the middle. Unlike normal sperm, they work together, so chances are good that if have sex with this man with anything less then a hysterectomy, you will get grubbed. Not pregnant, throughout the brief term, you will temporarily become like him, to a degree. After one month, you lay an egg, but on the plus side, you gain no weight, your figure stays the same. The only permanent side affect is your nipples disappear and milk just sweats out of each breast, but you still looks great! And those termite farts, ugh, nasty! But he can French kiss your trachea, if you let him. What a guy!
P.S. You may, or may not develop a pouch to carry the baby in. If not, the baby will need an incubator for the next 8 months, along with regular breast licking.
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