H@rd Drive wrote:
The implied deaths that linger the most in my mind are when the bacterium
in "The Giant Bacteria" ate an entire subway car full of people... I
was shocked, and to me it set apart SK from any other non-adult
cartoon I'd seen before it.
Egads! You're right!
That scene is pretty disturbing, but consider this: if the bacterium passed
through the city in order to get to the lab, think of the body count. "The
Giant Bacteria" probably has the biggest implied body counts in SK ( or any
other non-adult cartoon). Around a few hundred, maybe.
I think Dr Clawson once told me that me that the scene had "no one is eaten
on the train" because everyone in the train was eaten WITH the train!
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