The Wiku Worm in the Wild

The Wiku-Worm

The Wiku-Worm

There comes a time in most peoples’ life when they decide to wrap themselves in a sleeping-bag and crawl around like a caterpillar.

The webcomic artist Amber Williams has adopted this strange creature as her personal avatar when making commentary on her webcomics.  I aim to learn more about its habits and ways.

DMFA # 346: Madness isn't a condition, it's a way of life

DMFA # 346: Madness isn't a condition, it's a way of life

Apparently, Wiku Worms munch on leaves.  What sort of leaves are unknown:

DMFA # 347: Fourth wall senses...tingling.

DMFA # 347: Fourth wall senses...tingling.

Wiku worms seem to be a rather playful sort:

DMFA # 429: Instant cameo, Just insert name in the blanks.

DMFA # 429: Instant cameo, Just insert name in the blanks.

The Wiku Worm is apparently capable of changing its size, as well as blasting things with heat vision:

DMFA # 477: These types of letters are too good to pass up

DMFA # 477: These types of letters are too good to pass up

Likewise, the worms seem to be able to change their color to blend in with their surroundings:

DMFA # 546: Behind the scenes adventure.

DMFA # 546: Behind the scenes adventure.

What is known is that Wiku Worms do sleep.  How much sleep they need is often very mismatched with how much sleep they get:

DMFA # 688: And yet I likely will outlive dozens of comics more talented than mine.

DMFA # 688: And yet I likely will outlive dozens of comics more talented than mine.

Apparently, Wiku-Worms have a language that closely resembles lolspeak:

DMFA # 872: This is going to be a while.

DMFA # 872: This is going to be a while.

But conversely, it seems that they are capable of speaking English as well:

DMFA # 1024: I am going to need a second opinion I think.

DMFA # 1024: I am going to need a second opinion I think.

What, if anything, the Wiku Worms are planning collectively is unknown at this time.  What is known is that their cute and fun-loving appearances likely belie devious, plotting little minds.

Please don’t forget to feed the mows!

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