We Have A 2319!

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Monsters Inc 2 Parody Boo Print

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Suitable for framing.

When you really think about what happened to Boo, it’s not surprising that she went all revenge-alante monster murderer. I’m sure during those 10 years she spent in the asylumhome for troubled children who have been kidnapped, taken to an alternate dimension and tortured for three days by nightmarish creatures” she had plenty of time to plan her next move. After devising a way to re-enter the monster realm she began stalking her prey and taking them out one by one, making sure to collect a souvenir from each kill. What I’m saying is Monsters Inc. 2 is basically Kill Bill meets Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

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So I ask you, dearest commenter, what are some of the one-liners our little Boo will use when dispatching her victims? Here are a few examples to get you started:

“Here Kitty Kitty…” just before flying through the air and gutting Sully stem to stern with her war-spear.

“Looks like you’ve got something in YOUR EYE!” as she plunges a crowbar into Mike’s pupil.

Etc, etc.

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47 Comments

  1. If only Pixar could be this ballsy. Then again they did kill most of Nemo's family and Ellie couldn't bear children and died within the first 10 minutes of Up. I'm still pissed that Wall-E regained his memory. That would have been the greatest ending to a movie ever if that guy just went back to indiscriminately crushing trash while the world rebuilt around him.

  2. I always disliked the ending of Monsters Inc. I remember walking out of the theater and being confused as to the relation between Boo's time in Monster World and real world. How long was she gone? Were the authorities called? How will she react to living a normal life after seeing so much in the closet?

    I hope they don't Andy her like in Toy Story 3 and age her out of viability.

    • Yeah I don't know how I feel about the old Andy thing. I don't think he's inviable though, it seems like the plot is still going to revolve around him. I don't know how I feel about that though, because it seems like it would be hard to rationalize a plot based around a college-kid's toy. I hope it ends with a flash-forward to Andy giving Woody to his kid, preferably his daughter. Also, I hope they break the… is fourth wall the right term? Like they did in the first one.

  3. It took me a couple times–it's late and I'm writing end-of-the-semester papers–but this is just effing genius. I would see this movie many, many, many times.

    And just adding to Josh's homicidal-tweens anxiety, too, eh?

  4. OMFG – Awesome! Please do a wallpaper of this Joel! It's like you knew it was my birthday and totally outdid yourself – I'm guessing not, but still.

    I love that she's got a couple of Celia's snakes tucked in her belt.

  5. This is absolutely brilliant. I often wondered whether or not Boo would grow up to be a "normal" child. Now we know.

    And I love, love, LOVE how you incorporated her "souvenirs" into her costume. Hmm… Still thinking of Dragon*Con costume ideas…

    • While I've been tempted by challenges in the past (Josh juice is the only way i'd ever take alcohol), I find that we should all be comforted by my complete lack of interest to rise to this one.

    • I contend Boo only went in this direction because Randal came back to her room and touched her butthole every night until she finally snapped.

    • I was wondering about that. Amazing. This is now a very serious contender for my next Halloween costume. It may be the only contender…

  6. Took me a few seconds to recognize the reference in the comic seeing how I haven't seen Monsters Inc. since the 1 time I saw it in theaters. I have to say once I figured it out…AWESOME!

  7. With any other company, I would predict disaster. But Pixar has done so much great work (even Cars had its merits) that I don't think they would go into a sequel like this (so many years after the original) if they didn't have an story worth telling.

    Here's hoping. <3

  8. Yikes, this was a weird one! Glad to hear Monters, Inc. gets a sequel, but I thought 'Boo' was still friends with Mike and Sully. Oh well, I await the return of those guys in the yellow hazard suits!

  9. Seriously, no one thought of this? Well, can't blame you, maybe you didn't read the book. Well here it is: "I am Legend"

  10. So I note what seem to be Waternoose's teeth in necklace form have yet to be identified:
    "Someone's getting crabby. It's time I put you to sleep!"
    For the janitor's (think one was smithy, not really important):
    "Looks like I need to take out the trash."

    To do it right, she needs to be stopped by George Sanderson as she stumbles for a good comedic phrase to justify her brutally murdering him. Roz will, of course, be the person we thought died but really escaped at the last second, so she can show up and surprise our hero at the end, bringing him into the CDC, which, in the third film will stage a war on humanity in retaliation for Boo's actions.

  11. So I note what seem to be Waternoose's teeth in necklace form have yet to be identified:
    "Someone's getting crabby. It's time I put you to sleep!"
    For the janitor's (think one was smithy, not really important):
    "Looks like I need to take out the trash."

    To do it right, she needs to be stopped by George Sanderson as she stumbles for a good comedic phrase to justify her brutally murdering him. Roz will, of course, be the person we thought died but really escaped at the last second, so she can show up and surprise our hero at the end, bringing him into the CDC, which, in the third film will stage a war on humanity in retaliation for Boo's actions.

  12. I know its been so long since this comic's been posted that you'll likely never see this, but I'm reminded of an amusing factoid. The last four numbers of my cell number are 2319. I never thought about it, having honestly never seen all of Monsters, Inc. One day, though, a friend of mine confided that this movie is the only way she remembers my phone number – she only has to actually memorize the previous three digits. The rest, of course, is a "2319".

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