Doll Man sleeps on top of his bed canopy.
|Much like Snoopy.|
|"I couldn't possibly stop someone from doing with it what they please!"|
|But if you use the noose, it goes on your bill.|
|And the hotel rooms have idiosyncratic perspective and avant-garde decorating theory.|
|And dressed for it.|
|But only grimly.|
Doll Man is vulnerable to steel doors.
Doll Man has no trouble thinking in three dimensions.
|Which is useful when you are six inches tall.|
Doll Man's city has neighborhoods where diamond merchant hotels, recluse estates, and childhood homes are all adjacent.
|P E R S P E C T I V E!|
Doll Man can fly a plane.
|Even one that, as a toy, cannot possibly contain interior control mechanisms.|
Doll Man has NO idea what constitutes a fine runway.
|Since, relative to him and the plane, the average grass lawn is the equivalent of three foot high, and fine runaways do not have three foot of grass.|
Doll Man requires a desperate effort to break free of someone's grasp.
|Even though he has the full strength of a normal-sized man and can fall the equivalent of sixty foot without harm.|
Doll Man is perfectly capable of getting rough, if you like that sort of thing.
|It's okay, though; he's only six inches.|