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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Phantom Zone Kitties: "We are the Pet Cats of Kryptonian Criminals!"

 
Phantom Zone Kitties:

I knew that there was reason why my cat is so evil! It's like this, all of the evil criminals from Krypton were kept is a special inter-dimensional prison called the Phantom Zone.

Remember Superman II with Terence Stamp as General Zod, and Sarah Douglas as Ursa? (Mmm, Ursa...) Well, Zod and Ursa were escaped prisoners from the Phantom Zone.

Now, as this picture from a Superboy comic book clearly illustrates, the evil criminals from Krypton that are held in the Phantom Zone have evil Kryptonian pet cats that were exiled as well! And these evil Kryptonian cats are able to channel their thoughts into our cats, and convince them to go along with their evil Kryptonian kitty plans!

It's so simple! It all makes perfect sense. I am now beginning to understand my own cat's erratic behavior. You know how your cat gets that faraway look in their eyes, and stares blankly into space? They are really listening to the evil plans of Kryptonian kitty criminals from the Phantom Zone!

I would like to give special thanks to Progressive Ruin for providing conclusive evidence of the truth behind this chilling phenomenon. Damn you, evil Phantom Zone kitties from Krypton!

This is a Zaius Nation reprint
 

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4 Comments:

At Wed Nov 25, 05:22:00 AM, Blogger Kim said...

Make a cat speak dog: Cover with gasoline, throw match. WOOF!

 
At Wed Nov 25, 07:20:00 AM, Blogger Darwin's Dagger said...

As long as there are no evil Kryptonian Orangutans hanging out in the Phantom Zone I think we'll be fine. Can you imagine that "Planet of the Super Apes."

 
At Wed Nov 25, 02:47:00 PM, Blogger Matty Boy said...

Yes, the behavior of cats has just become much, much clearer. It's almost childishly simple now.

All I need now is a simple child to explain it to me.

 
At Wed Nov 25, 05:48:00 PM, Blogger Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

Oh Silver Age of comics, I miss you so.

 

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