3 Works in Henry Stein & Everyone
Joey Drew was getting nervous watching his old pal fighting for his life and continuing the loop the exact same way he did before. His old pal was getting closer to setting them free and Joey just couldn't allow this to happen. So why not change the story a bit? Why not turn Henry into a eight year old, both physically and mentally?
There was only one thing Joey didn't consider:
The ink machine was made to turn his workers into cartoon characters. And these were never meant to hurt children...
31 days, celebrating Bendy!
- Part 2 of StarRoseColors' Themes
the end justifies the means: a good outcome excuses any wrongs committed to attain it
After everything Henry’s gone through, every fall, every injury, every heartache, every moment of his hope for escape being dashed to pieces—and this is where he ends up? A makeshift jail cell, being guarded by ink creatures who didn’t know the first thing about taking care of dying humans.
Yeah, like he’s just going to sit back and accept defeat. Not in this lifetime.