Be He Moth

Be He Moth

Chews up fabric.

Those moths have a lot of balls...

Be He Moth held the coveted title of Current Champ from Tuesday, November 03, 2009 to Thursday, November 05, 2009, heartily vanquishing Doc Docile to earn it. Unfortunately, brutal defeat came soon after, at the merciless hands of Motivational Speaker.

This hero's magnaminous likeness was captured at the moment of glorious triumph by Sutter .

Audience

Quotes overheard while standing in the crowd that gathered to watch the carnage…

  1. Have we seen a villain who shrinks clothing yet? I was imagining the Doctor with a handkerchief sized cape :)

    Linsel | [ a ]
  2. By the way, what is the shape the moths are forming? I can't quite make it out.

    Linsel | [ a ]
  3. Looks like a scary mouth shape to me!

    Wooowoowoooooooooooo....

    Good job, Sutter!

    bearskinrug | [ a ]
  4. Shrinking was the other option but I couldn't parlay that into a hero. And, yes, it is a big, chompy mouth shape.

    Sutter | [ a ]
  5. Kevin and Sutter -

    You guys are fantastic. It's been two years and I still check the site religiously. Kudos to both of you!

    Matt | [ a ]
  6. Chompy mouth. oh yeah. and I dig the additional note, Sutter. Hilarious

    coulda been a washer/dryer set or something for a shrinker. that would be fun to fool around with too.
    nice job though on this one. one of my favs

    james | [ a ]
  7. Is BeheMoth ONE superhero, or rather a team of moths with a catchy name? Are they functioning as a group mind?

    aron  | [ a ]
  8. I feel like one of those people looking at the Magic-Eye paintings, who is totally incapable of seeing the Schooner or the Dolphin. Is the big scary mouth pointing left?

    Linsel | [ a ]
  9. Linsel - Yup, the big chompy mouth is kinda pointing left. Like one of those fake vampire fangs kids got on Halloween seen from an angle.

    Mabande | [ a ]

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