Each of these quotes are from different places.
The titles are the most important piece here.
It looks like there might be some homophones in the titles.
The War I Finally Won
The Doll Who Ate His Mother
For Your Eyes Only
The War I Finally Won (One)
The Doll Who Ate (Eight) His Mother
For (Four) Your Eyes Only
Too (Two) Late
It seems some of these poor spiders have lost their legs!
Two spiders for every quote on their left.
The numbers of legs on each spider tells you how far to count.
One for the word, two for the letter.
I can't focus on this garbled nonsense! These bugs give me the creepy crawlies.
You can tell they're all different species of insects because they have different numbers of legs.
I wonder if they crawl backwards or forwards...
If I go backwards past the beginning, I can always keep going at the end.
(Shift of Six Letters) You know that creepy house next to the park? They're giving out Jolly Ranchers.
(Shift of Four Letters) If you like chocolate, skip the yellow houses. None of them have chocolate this year.
(Shift of Two Letters) I saw Benjamin yelling at the person who’s giving out almond chocolate bars about politics. I don't think they talk anymore..