Source: This Creature of the Week is the sneaky octopus. The source is, surprisingly, reality.
Depicted Above: I have drawn the octopus as simply as possible, so as to make him look entirely humble. This is in order to represent the octopus the way in which it wishes to be perceived. By presenting such a mundane representation of the creature, I hope to remind viewers that if the octopus were your neighbor, you might describe him as a nice guy who “mostly kept to himself.” You see, the octopus is known for many utterly reprehensible acts, including the wholesale destruction of ships while in its kraken-state, for example.
Vital Statistics: Wikipedia tells me “octopuses often escape even from supposedly secure tanks, due to their problem solving skills, mobility and lack of rigid structure.” See? Octopuses are sneaky!
Fury Factor: These things have eight arms, they’re covered in suction cups, and are itching for the chance to eat your ship. When a giant space octopus caught the Ninja Turtles in one of my childhood colouring books, I came to understand their true nature. Fury Factor: 888.