So I skipped the journey. Generally, that's the most eventful thing in real life, but here, it was kinda bland. And I like having things happen off-screen, only to be noticed later.
So, Kirby's gone off on his own. Apparently, he's known to do this, or Mirror Kirby wouldn't be as annoyed. Do any of you smell a decent length segment in this funky world now?
Oh, and did you all remember to set your clocks an hour ahead? DST kicked in this morning. Nothin' like loosin' an hour of sleep, ne?
Sounds like my friends ):
YAWWWWWWNNNNNN...I woke up at 8.
I hate losing an hour...
CURSE YOU BENJAMIN FRANKLIN!!! Or whoever.
It was not Benjamin Franklin. It started during... World War I, I think.
...Wow, who would've thought that you actually CAN learn something from the National Treasure movies? XD
Unless there are strong enemies in the Mirror World (like, OHSHI power level), the logical thing to do would be to leave Keeby and that pink-green one there, or at least Keeby. No sense in them all going after him and getting lost, unless you want hilarity to ensue. Which would likely be the best option for comics.
But what was the blue box?