Phillip and Brock are best friends and they spend all their time together. The only problem is, everyone else can’t see Brock and have labelled him “Phillip’s imaginary friend”.
I wonder if anyone ever sees the world the same way as they did as a child when they grow up. That is, if they can even remember how it appeared to them then.
There’s something instantly comforting, likeable and, well, cute about a white, puffy protagonist — see: Big Hero 6‘s Baymax; even the somewhat freaky Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters looks cuddly when merchandised as a soft toy, which my sister used to have — and few will be able to resist the little marshmallowy guy on the cover, the eponymous Beekle.
Lighty Faust the Lion is the imaginary friend of a little boy named Ru. Lighty Faust follows Ru everywhere, even to school — even though no one can see him except Ru. Ru has loads of fun with Lighty Faust, even sharing apple pie with him on the moon!