Comic 210

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A cowardly attack on our heros by the Shoe Goblin

Link: Comic 210

Translations: Finnish, French, Polish, Danish, Italian

Title: the revenge of the SHOE GOBLIN - part 3

Date: August 8, 2006

Summary: Beaver and Steve�s ongoing battle with the Shoe Goblin takes a horrific turn.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Shoe Goblin, Mr. Sun, a Sole (Fish), a Soul

Onomatopoeias used: "REMOVE", "PRESS", "HOPP", "PFFT", "SHAKE", "BEEP-BEEP", "JING JING"

Number of panels: 6


Panel 1

Beaver confronting the recently unmasked (unbearded?) Shoe Goblin
Beaver: "You're not taking that shoe anywhere Shoe Goblin!"
Shoe Goblin REMOVE!'s Beard.
Shoe Goblin: "I'd like to see you stop me..."

Panel 2

Shoe Goblin PRESSes his beltbuckle, HOPP!s in the air and PFFT!s a purple gas into Beaver and Steve's faces.
Shoe Goblin: "Once you've had a taste o' my shoe gas!"
Steve: "Gag! My eyes! It burns!"
Beaver: "Akh! Cheesy fumes... Rendering me unconcious..."

Panel 3

Beaver: "Ugh... Head throbing... Strange craving for stilton... What happened?"

Panel 4

Beaver: "Oh no! The Shoe Goblin! He's Gone! Wake up Steve! We have to Catch him!"
Beaver SHAKE!s Steve who is still sleeping
Steve: "Mrf... Yes your highness, I'd love some more Trifle...ZZZZZ..."

Panel 5

Beaver: "Whith a shoe that size there's no telling what he might do... But will we ever find him?"

Panel 6

Beaver: "Ok Steve, if you were an evil shoe-obsessed fairy-creature with a mile long shoe box, Where would you be?"
Steve: "Canada?"

Fun Facts

When threatened, Shoe Goblins will attack with an offensive spray... not unlike a skunk.

Beaver and Steve's Shoe store has a wide variety of Soles, to include a Sloe (Flounder) and someone�s Soul (Soul).

Trifle is an English dessert dish made from thick (or often solidified) custard, fruit, sponge cake, fruit juice or, more recently, gelatin dessert and whipped cream.


Mr. Sun has recovered nicely and has returned to the sky.

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