Comic 108

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'''Cast:''' [[Beaver]], [[Steve]], [[Bookmonger]], [[Ghosts]]
 
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'''[[:Category:Onomatopoeias|Onomatopoeias]] used:''' "[[EVIL!]]", "[[GRRR!]]", "[[WOOOA]]", "[[BLAAA]]", "[[GEEE]]", "[[TURN!]]", "[[SLAMF!]]"
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'''"[[Fin]]" style:''' Written across pages of a book
 
'''"[[Fin]]" style:''' Written across pages of a book

Revision as of 04:16, 14 December 2005

Beaver and Steve visit the Bookmonger
Link: Comic 108

Title: A turn up for the books

Date: September 12, 2005

Summary: Beaver convinces Steve to read a book, the Necronomicon.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Bookmonger, Ghosts

Onomatopoeias used: "EVIL!", "GRRR!", "WOOOA", "BLAAA", "GEEE", "TURN!", "SLAMF!"

"Fin" style: Written across pages of a book

Number of panels: 8

Transcript

Panel 1

Beaver: "Check it out Steve! A book stall!"
Steve: "Books? Boring!"

Panel 2

Beaver: "You couldn't be more wrong Steve! Every book is like a doorway to another world where the only limits are those of your imagination!"
Steve: "SA-NORE!"

Panel 3

Beaver: "I mean, check out this copy of the Necronomicon. It's a grimoire of unspeakable evil -- still think books are boring?"
The book makes EVIL! and GRRR! sounds.
Steve: "Well..."
Beaver: "It's bound in human skin!"
Steve: "Cool! Let me see!"

Panel 4

Steve opens the book, green ghosts emerge with WOOOA, BLAAA and GEEE sounds.
Steve: "Hmm..."

Panel 5

The ghosts attack the bookmonger.

Panel 6

Bookmonger: "I should have been a fishmonger...!"
Steve TURN!'s the page.

Panel 7

The Bookmonger has been zombified. Steve: "Nope: boring!"
Steve SLAMF!'s the book shut.

Panel 8

Beaver: "They also have a copy of the new Harry Potter."
Steve: "Is it bound in human skin?"
Beaver: "It sure is, Steve, it sure is..."

Fun Facts

None.

References

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#107
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