Deadly waters surround the Monarch when he becomes Wide Wale's prisoner in Part 2 of the Morphic Trilogy.
Did You Know?
Wide Wale has a flashback to when he bought a preserved shark in a display case. This is a nod to Damien Hirst's The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living which was a tiger shark in formaldehyde in a display case. See more
The vertical stripes on White Wale's shirt don't move as he moves, instead the cloths move, but the stripes stay still, indicating rushed animation or corner-cutting animation. See more
I think I left my penis in the bathroom, can I go get it?
"A what?!" can be heard over the Titmouse logo. See more
References Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS