“We shall creep out quietly into the butler's pantry --" cried the Mole.
"-- with our pistols and swords and sticks--" shouted Mystique.
"-- and rush in upon them," said Badger.
"-- and whack 'em, and whack 'em, and whack 'em!" cried Wolverine in ecstasy, running round and round the room, and jumping over the chairs.
Wait. I didn't get X-Men mixed up with Wind in the Willows, did I?
That doesn't seem possible.
I mean, one is an exciting, cutting-edge adult graphic novel about superheroes and one is a creaky old folk tale aimed at either children or dimwits.
Well, I'm not proud: I plead stupidity. Unless you're aiming for a similar fate, see if you can separate the two.
(k) Chief Weasel
(n) Congressman Parker
ANSWERS: (a), (d), (e), (h), (j), (k) and (m) are from Wind in the Willows. (b), (c), (f), (g), (i), and (n) are in X-Men. (l) is in both.