Bohemian Rhapsody (7) (
On the plane, Ungalo sees Peter Pan flying by. Ecstatic, he listens to the news, gloating about bringing chaos and destruction to a world he claims treated him like dirt.
In the streets, Weather realizes that the plane is faster than any atmospheric phenomenon and that the enemy escaped his range. The pistol with which Van Gogh shot himself is before Weather, who nervously warns the portrait to stay away from it. He tries to run away, but Anasui, filled with rocks, crashes against him and both trip. The pistol shoots a bullet, blowing Weather's head off, while Anasui begins to melt, his hand melting inside his mouth and drowning him. Both the goats and Van Gogh gloat, but Weather suddenly grabs the portrait.
On the plane, Ungalo is surprised to see Peter Pan on the cover of a book. It is revealed that Weather forced Van Gogh to create a fictional character named Putback which has the sole power of forcing every fictional character into the respective stories. Van Gogh and the goats disappear thanks to Putback, and the souls return to normal. Ungalo, shocked that his power was defeated, has entered in a coma as his will to live disappeared.