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|“||Do you even know where babies come from, Tommy?||„|
|~ Labby to Tommy.|
Labby is the main antagonist of the critically panned 2012 animated horror "comedy" anthology film Where the Dead Go to Die. He is a demonic dog that stalks and convinces a block of children to participate in hellish rituals and acts while transporting them to different dimensions and times.
He was voiced by the film's director and writer, Jimmy ScreamerClauz.
Labby seems to be the only being of intelligence in a world of idiots, as everyone around him is intellectually inept. Labby takes advantage of this by manipulating those around him, especially children, into sick and evil acts. He seems to thrive on demonic energy and practices, as he gains satisfaction from acts such as murder, necrophilia, bestiality, rape, drug abuse, physical and mental torture, defiling corpses, and participation in Satanic rituals.
- Talks a young boy into murdering his own parents, then assists him in doing so.
- Rips a fetus out of a pregnant woman.
- Partakes in bestiality with an underage boy.
- Convinces a boy into a necrophiliac relation with his dead mother.
- Summons gates to Hell and back.
- Mentally torments a junkie.
- Helps a boy make advances on an underage girl.
- Rips off a man's limbs and genitals.
Labby appears as a very large Black Labrador with glowing red eyes and sharp teeth.
- In a commentary, Jimmy ScreamerClauz noted that he was high on pot cookies while making the film.
- He also said that the film was intended to be a dark comedy, but little to no viewers found it funny. Instead, most were revolted and frightened.
- The movie was named the worst animated movie of all time by AniMat of Electric Dragon Productions.
- Labby is considered a prototype (or even inspiration) for the titular character of Adult Swim's Mr. Pickles, another demonic dog associated with extremely controversial media.