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Cueball is standing in the middle of a square, which starts warping and slowly wrapping around him, then pulling him apart.
Comics often use artifacts on the frame to add mood to the comic. This comic then makes those artifacts a major feature of the comic, like a Checkhov's Gun ("If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off.")
The title text implies that Randall wasn't being very serious about this comic, or perhaps that it was an idea to creatively use parts of the comic nobody thought about. Alternatively, it could mean that Randall found the comic so bizarre, even he couldn't comment on it.
- [Cueball stands alone in the centre of the panel. Tendrils from the frame develop and grow in panels 1 and 2, wind round him in panel 3, and finally retreat back to the frame, tearing Cueball apart in panel 4.]
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