Monster of the Day #411 Updated on January 18, 2012 By Ken Begg 20 Comments So how long is your ant planning to visit? (Get it?) Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1645 (Oct 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1644 (Oct 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1643 (Oct 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1642 (Oct 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1641 (Oct 16, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb Until he says “uncle.” Flangepart “Do I bug you, huh? Do I bug you? Hah, i slay me…” Mr. Rational Shall we dants? Anonymous Be happy I don’t burn you to death with a magnifying glass human! Sandy Petersen wow that is among the worst ant depictions I’ve ever seen. No wasp-waist? Antennae not elbowed? Weird head. The ants in the background are better. If that ant attacked THIS amateur entomologist I would mock it mercilessly until my head was severed from my body. Anonymous I tell you, that trouble we had back in the cave was no picnic Anonymous Well, to be fair, it’s clearly a Space Ant, so who knows? The God Emperor Quite a while, but it won’t be so bad since she’s staying at a roach motel. Anonymous I hear she visiting from the Colonies. Beckoning Chasm I guess “Morgo” was a continuing feature in POPULAR Magazine. Rock Baker “Puny Earth-Man, how could you ever hope to defeat one of us when you possess only four limbs? Your species is one freaky-looking people! What possible chance do you have…what’s that you’re holding? By gum, a knife is an excellent weapon! And so simple! I guess I shou—-AKK!” Chris Metzinger … I think you misspelled “aunt”. Mr. Rational GROAN….. Anonymous “Soon they’ll have a board with a nail in it so big that it will destroy them all! BwaHaHa…” Kirk Draut Oh, one of “them” Anonymous Woohoo! I win! Flangepart You mean one of them that English majors? I can see that… Beckoning Chasm You know, like the next one (the bat cover) the ant here can easily be seen in a more benign context. “Hi there, Morgo! Long time no see! Here, let me give you a hug! Hey, what’s with the knife? Ha ha ha, you crazy guy, you–URGH!!” David Lee Ingersoll Morgo ran in four parts. Yes, the giant ant is ridiculous. Ken_Begg And if anyone should know, it’s Mr. Ingersoll, who has kindly reprinted all four Morgo chapters for the edification of the masses. Even I have trouble posting messages with URLs, so Google “ingersoll morgo the mighty”.