Comic 107

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[[Image:107_4.png|frame|Steve tells a piratey story...]]
 
'''Link:''' {{Comic|107}}
 
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'''Title:''' Hooked on a feeling
 
'''Title:''' Hooked on a feeling
  
'''Date:''' September 9, 2005
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'''Date:''' [[September]] 9, 2005
  
 
'''Summary:''' Steve and a pirate play Pirates.
 
'''Summary:''' Steve and a pirate play Pirates.
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'''Cast:''' [[Beaver]], [[Steve]], [[Pirate]]
 
'''Cast:''' [[Beaver]], [[Steve]], [[Pirate]]
  
'''[[:Category:Onomatopoeias|Onomatopoeias]] used:''' "[[POP,|POP!,]]"
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'''[[:Category:Onomatopoeias|Onomatopoeias]] used:''' "[[POP|POP!]]"
  
 
'''"[[Fin]]" style:''' Hook replacing the "F".
 
'''"[[Fin]]" style:''' Hook replacing the "F".
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======Panel 1======
 
======Panel 1======
  
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Steve is playing pirates with a real pirate as Beaver walks in.<br />
 
Beaver: "Aw, look at you two playing pirates! Your little fake hook is so cute Steve!"
 
Beaver: "Aw, look at you two playing pirates! Your little fake hook is so cute Steve!"
  
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======Panel 4======
 
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Dramatic close-up of steve with a thundery sky in the background.<br />
 
Steve: "It all began one dark and stormy night..."
 
Steve: "It all began one dark and stormy night..."
  
 
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======Panel 5======
  
Caption: "One dark and stormy night..."<br />
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[One dark and stormy night...]<br />
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Steve and the pirate are seen indoors, safe and happy.<br />
 
Steve: Being a pirate is just the best!"<br />
 
Steve: Being a pirate is just the best!"<br />
 
Pirate: "Aye! 'Tis true!"
 
Pirate: "Aye! 'Tis true!"
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======Panel 7======
 
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The pirate's hook glints.
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The pirate's hook glints as it whooshes through the air.
  
 
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Caption: "Back in the present..."<br />
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[Back in the present...]<br />
 
Pirate: "Arr... I gets carried away..."
 
Pirate: "Arr... I gets carried away..."
  
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==References==
 
==References==
  
None.
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*The title is a reference to the song "Hooked on a feeling", which was popularised by the [[Wikipedia:Dancing baby|Dancing baby]] phenomenon.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:08, 21 July 2006

Steve tells a piratey story...

Link: Comic 107

Translations: http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/8/8f/Finnishflag.png Finnish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/5/52/Frenchflag.png French, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/5/57/Polishflag.png Polish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/0/04/Danishflag.png Danish, http://www.beaverandsteve.com/wiki/images/7/79/Italianflag.gif Italian

Title: Hooked on a feeling

Date: September 9, 2005

Summary: Steve and a pirate play Pirates.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Pirate

Onomatopoeias used: "POP!"

"Fin" style: Hook replacing the "F".

Number of panels: 8

Transcript

Panel 1

Steve is playing pirates with a real pirate as Beaver walks in.
Beaver: "Aw, look at you two playing pirates! Your little fake hook is so cute Steve!"

Panel 2

Steve POP!s off his hook, revealing no hand.
Steve: "It's not fake, I really have no hand.

Panel 3

Beaver: "Oh my! What happened?"

Panel 4

Dramatic close-up of steve with a thundery sky in the background.
Steve: "It all began one dark and stormy night..."

Panel 5

[One dark and stormy night...]
Steve and the pirate are seen indoors, safe and happy.
Steve: Being a pirate is just the best!"
Pirate: "Aye! 'Tis true!"

Panel 6

Steve: "High five!"
Pirate: "Avarst!"

Panel 7

The pirate's hook glints as it whooshes through the air.

Panel 8

[Back in the present...]
Pirate: "Arr... I gets carried away..."

Fun Facts

None.

References

  • The title is a reference to the song "Hooked on a feeling", which was popularised by the Dancing baby phenomenon.
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