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"Fin" is the Beaver and Steve equivalent of "The End" (The French are supposedly using it as well. What a bunch of copycats!). Since the early days, it tends to appear in a different and innovative way at the end of nearly every comic strip that isn't part of a continuous story.
 
"Fin" is the Beaver and Steve equivalent of "The End" (The French are supposedly using it as well. What a bunch of copycats!). Since the early days, it tends to appear in a different and innovative way at the end of nearly every comic strip that isn't part of a continuous story.
  
It has even created a sort of a pseudo-religion around it, causing much uproar to emerge among the crowds when [[James]] sometimes forgets to add a "Fin" to a comic. On the other hand, he is more often generously rewarded for remembering to use one in yet another mind-blowingly cunning manner.
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It has even created a sort of a pseudo-religion around it, causing much uproar to emerge among the crowds when people mistakenly believe that [[James]] has forgotten to add a "Fin" to a comic (because he NEVER forgets).

Revision as of 04:41, 19 December 2005

"Fin" is the Beaver and Steve equivalent of "The End" (The French are supposedly using it as well. What a bunch of copycats!). Since the early days, it tends to appear in a different and innovative way at the end of nearly every comic strip that isn't part of a continuous story.

It has even created a sort of a pseudo-religion around it, causing much uproar to emerge among the crowds when people mistakenly believe that James has forgotten to add a "Fin" to a comic (because he NEVER forgets).

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