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Monsterologist Daniel m Davis (of Steam Crow) has been abducted by monsters 218 times. And in an effort to provide a public service, he'd like to show you how he's survived.

You can catch him and Monsterpocalypse tool kit this Saturday at Red Hot Robot from 7 to 8:30 p.m.. Panic! How do you know if you've been abducted by monsters in the first place? Breathe -- Davis is way ahead of you. Take the quiz (that Davis drew for Jackalope Ranch this week!) below:

Still don't believe him?

Sorry, friend, that definitely means you're a victim of the Monsterpocalypse.

Red Hot Robot is at 14 W. Camelback Rd. For more information, visit the event's facebook page or the Red Hot Robot website.

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