I always knew Lucy was a demon. Getting the words right is very important when invoking demons from ancient tomes and scrolls.
If we’ve learned anything from watching the Evil Dead movies, it should be that one must always pronounce the words right when reading ancient texts. This isn’t an easy task, of course, especially with “deadite” languages like Latin and Aramaic, and it’s even more challenging when dealing with a purely magical one, like the Black Speech of Sauron.
Invocations, therefore, are best left to experts like the ones depicted in this comic. This is the third time the Cult of Crepuscular Creeps have appeared in Grinsane, and they only getting more “effective” with their sinister Black Arts.
At this point you may be wondering… Lucy, really, how did it ever go so wrong? When did charming Lucy ever become demonic hellspawn? What’s next, Hellhound Snoopy ?(hrm, need to add that to the cartoon idea folder…)
Think back to those endless pranks and tricks on Charlie Brown – yanking that football away, week after week, followed by that demented smile. Truly, Lucy’s earthly presence has always been a mere avatar of something more sinister, something sorcerously evil lurking in the fiery depths below…
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Seeing Lucy-fer’s depiction made me smile even before reading the caption. You’ve made my morning. Thank you again.
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