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Comics - MadLib #3 - page 1 - April 19th, 2019, 7:00 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, April 19th, 2019, 7:00 am


Oh man, this was one has been lurking in the depths of Patreon for a LONG time, hasn't it? On the one hand, it just might be my favorite Far Out There thing I've done for Patreon, yet it's also the one this thing that ABSOLUTELY screwed everything up. After the last one, I'd tried to specifically word this madlib in a way that'd prevent me from going too long again... only for the winner to inspire me to make the longest non-Jenna-related set of comics I've EVER done for Patreon. That winner?

"Pattie and Mooney are stuck in a room, empty except for a zither. They have an argument about detective fiction."

In case you don't remember, that's Layla's rarely-seen Mom, and the little girl villain from The Killer Station of Deadly Doom... which, in case you ALSO don't remember, involved her repeatedly endangering Layla's Dad. The possibilities of all that background locked in a single room, and more importantly a chance to actually establish some of Pattie's post-retcon character in actual comic form, were just too fascinating not to explore, and the result is the probably the only Patreon MadLib that I'll ever officially declare to be cannon. Yes, everything you're about to read "really happened." This isn't some filler joke or anything like that, it's genuinely a part of the comic's backstory. So, yeah, I really do like result, but WOW did it ever take too long to do, and it pretty much screwed up any semblance of an update schedule. Clearly, I still haven't gotten that mess cleared up, BUT, at least now I'm finally letting the general public see what all the fuss was about!




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