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- If you mouse over the banner of the site, which looks like Max's Scrapdragon, it'll look right back at you!
- If you think about it, the fact that a spirit or a ghost could be watching you at any moment means that privacy is pretty much nonexistent. Made even truer for the people who can see spirits and ghosts, and even worse for those that value their personal space, as most spirits seem to have No Sense of Personal Space.
Chapter 1: The Activity Club and the New Kid
Chapter 2: Max and the Midnight Visitor
Chapter 3: Max, Isaac and the Secret Shortcut
- Page 39 of chapter 3 reveals that Max may be both possessed and a tool-wielder. Thus far, the other unknown spirit has stayed in hiding, and hasn't noticeably shown up since, either. It's just there.
Chapter 4: The Activity Club and the Ghost Train
Chapter 5: The Activity Club and the Insidious Infiltrator
- Hijack's possession of Jeff has turned the kid into a fucking monster. He marks his presence by throwing a hitball so hard it leaves a crater in the bleachers. Said throw was directed right at Max (and Johnny directly behind him) and would've probably caved his head in if he hadn't ducked. Another throw later on, marked at Johnny specifically this time, is thrown just as fast and Johnny's only spared by Dimitri's intervention. Later on Jeff develops massive veins all over his body and another throw of his (this one aimed specifically at Johnny with the assumption that Max will dodge out of the way again) gives Max a broken arm.
- Lucifer can be a little temperamental when impatient.
- Whatever the hell the spirit possessing Spender is. The fact that we know almost nothing about it just makes it worse, along with Spender being visibly terrified of it. Being able to see its tentacle... things in the background of every scene with Lucifer does not help.
- This is not helped by the fact that apparently, not even Spender and Lucifer know what the hell that thing is, beyond powerful and dangerous. Getting a good look at it's face...thing also doesn't help.
- Consider the hitball match from the non-spectral students' point of view: the match is down to a few key, dangerous players, the coach isn't waking up to stop it, and one kid is throwing balls hard enough to break structures. Had the match gone on long enough it seems unlikely that no one would have gotten out without at least one student getting seriously hurt.
- Jeff's take on what happened is just as bad. He starts the day by high-fiving the new kid he admires, which gets him targeted by the roving gang of bullies that go on about "floating people". After they concede that he doesn't know anything, they leave him alone, which winds up making Jeff another target, this time to a vengeful spirit that's mad about the bullying. Said spirit uses Jeff's body to go on a rampage during a hitball match where it attempts to seriously maim its opponents and winds up succeeding in breaking an unrelated kid's arm and ripping another student's arms off. Jeff only regains consciousness after the hitball match when the spirit gets beaten out of him, just in time to see the other students blame him for what happened before getting repossessed and taken to the principal's office. The poor kid has to deal with the fallout of not only most of the student body judging him for actions he doesn't remember committing but also the realization that somehow while he was unconscious he broke the arm of the new kid he admires so much.
- By the time the match actually ends, the bleachers have a crater in them, a kid's arms have been torn clean off and another kid is crying on the field in serious pain from a broken arm.
- Dimitri's face morphs around a punch. Both Hijack and Max are freaked out.
- The entirety of Dave's existence and presence is just eerie and at first glance very out of context for this comic. Apart from his intimidating, pale-faced physique, there is the fact that he can, on a whim, bend the very fabric of both the Spirit World and the comic panels. Adding to that comes a face that whiplashes between chipper smiles and awful, joker-like contorted grimaces and apparently the tendency to combinine aforementioned spirit world manipulation with tango-like dance. That, and his constant Slasher Smile as he goes after Hijack (a THREE YEAR OLD, CHILD-LIKE spirit) just make him stand out from the rest of the comic cast in an utterly nightmarish way.
- Even more so now that he's revealed himself to be a Vampire.
But my power... I can control anyone! People, animals - Dave:
Wow! Anyone? Any living thing? Any LIVING
thing? Ho ho, well... THERE'S YOUR PROBLEM.
- When Dave's son shows up to deal with the problem himself and revokes Dave's permission to be in the school as a way to get himself alone with the spirit, Dave has no problem invoking a similar "vampire rule" to force him to slice Hijack in half. Poor Cody can be forced to do anything his dad wants against his will purely on a whim.
Chapter 6: Stephen and the Suspension of Disbelief