So Batman can breathe in space, and I’ve theorized that Space Ghost taught him. I wonder if he also taught Kool-Aid Man? Then again he’s a living pitcher of soft drink so maybe he just doesn’t need to breathe. Or maybe kid logic is in play and we just sit back and relax?
“Mosquito” round 3
The Battlefield: Adventures of Kool-Aid Man #1 (Marvel Comics; ???,1987) “Thirst In Space”
The Promoters: Beats me, no credits given, unless they were on the cover I lost so many years ago.
Kool-Aid Man and his friends hop on board a rocket ride which turns out to be an actual rocket. (Long story.) This leads to finding the Thirsties’ space ship because of course they have a space ship, and our hero decides to pay them a visit.
Because kids don’t know about explosive decompression. That or the Thirsties don’t breathe, either. How did they talk while he was in space and they were behind a giant door? Because why not?
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Strangely, I’m suddenly in the mood for Kool-Aid.