Blood Lord wrote:Uhh, no. You're completely wrong on that. Go read the comic again or consider this question.
If Mandy was already dead and reaped by Grim, then how would she be able to produce any offspring?
Blood Lord wrote:I will forgive you on your disrespectful and offensive remark, this one time.
Now even if Jr and Minnie were to marry and have sex, nothing will happen. It's not Jr that is the issue, but Minnie. She's undead, and those bodily functions are so offline they don't even show up on the scanner. Literally she is an eternal Loli. She will never grow up or develop further if she continues to exist in the same state that she is in right now.
The official film soundtrack CD contains an epilogue not in the film, stating that "many years later" Santa returned to Halloween Town to visit Jack, where he discovered that Jack had "four or five skeleton children at hand" who play together in a xylophone band. Given the ending of the movie, it can be assumed that the children are Jack and Sally's offspring.
Sally is also known to be stuffed with fall leaves.
Dr. Mandalor wrote:Is it possible to create an older body for Minnie, and simple transfer (by Grim/Jr) into it like in the epilogue?
Cerulean wrote:Either Jack used the same method Grim used when Junior was conceived
Yamitora1 wrote:Maybe Mandy is or isn't dead.
Yamitora1 wrote:Might be due to biological differences and an inability to breed between species. Two living skeletons might be able to produce children (one of which has a Caribbean accent), but a living skeleton and a person might be a whole different story.
Yamitora1 wrote: Plus from what nergal said, all nergals are the same so it would be more or less a type of a-sexual reproduction and likely wouldn't result in the same problems inbreeding causes.
Yamitora1 wrote:Plus as I said, the undead seem to have some kind of reproductive ability.
Blood Lord wrote:I can't remember if we have seen Minnie have tears in her zombie body.
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