A blog for young readers (and YA lovers) from the Providence Athenaeum.
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We’re getting close to the end! Whoever wins this round will be part of the final four along with Batman, Buffy Summers, and Katniss Everdeen.
The werewolf took out the ferocious manticore in Round Eight, and Cthulhu conquered the fiery Balrog in Round Two. Now it’s wolf-man versus, er, dragon-squid-unholy-nightmare-man.
Cthulhu easily has the size advantage – not to mention a hometown advantage here in Providence, where his legend was born. But the werewolf could beat the odds and sink his fangs into the elder god’s squishy octopus head.
What do you think? Who’s left standing? Who will own the night?