History ComicBook / AdventureTime

13th Aug '17 10:30:52 AM LondonKdS
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* CowboyEpisode: The initial subworld in the first part of "BMOWorld" has a Western theme.

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* CowboyEpisode: The initial subworld in the first part of "BMOWorld" "[=BMOWorld=]" has a Western theme.



* EldritchAbomination: The reality-warping creative goo in "BMOWorld", which has a name of unpronouncable alien symbols.

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* EldritchAbomination: The reality-warping creative goo in "BMOWorld", "[=BMOWorld=]", which has a name of unpronouncable alien symbols.



* TheGameComeToLife: The "BMOWorld" arc has all the characters sucked into a universe of computer games BMO created.

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* TheGameComeToLife: The "BMOWorld" "[=BMOWorld=]" arc has all the characters sucked into a universe of computer games BMO created.



* IJustWantToBeSpecial: The problems in "BMOWorld" turn out to be due to NEPTR doing a DealWithTheDevil to create a world in which he is the hero.

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* IJustWantToBeSpecial: The problems in "BMOWorld" "[=BMOWorld=]" turn out to be due to NEPTR doing a DealWithTheDevil to create a world in which he is the hero.



** How Finn defeats the eldritch goo in "BMOWorld", by trapping it in a small computer running an eight-bit art program.

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** How Finn defeats the eldritch goo in "BMOWorld", "[=BMOWorld=]", by trapping it in a small computer running an eight-bit art program.
13th Aug '17 10:29:20 AM LondonKdS
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* CowboyEpisode: The initial subworld in the first part of "BMOWorld" has a Western theme.



* EldritchAbomination: The reality-warping creative goo in "BMOWorld", which has a name of unpronouncable alien symbols.



* TheGameComeToLife: The "BMOWorld" arc has all the characters sucked into a universe of computer games BMO created.



* IJustWantToBeSpecial: The problems in "BMOWorld" turn out to be due to NEPTR doing a DealWithTheDevil to create a world in which he is the hero.



* LotusEaterMachine: What the Lich's dungeon does to Finn, Jake and Ice King.

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* LotusEaterMachine: LotusEaterMachine:
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What the Lich's dungeon does to Finn, Jake and Ice King.King.
** How Finn defeats the eldritch goo in "BMOWorld", by trapping it in a small computer running an eight-bit art program.
12th Mar '17 12:01:16 PM LondonKdS
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''Adventure Time'' is a comic book series by Creator/KaboomComics. The first 35 issues were written by Creator/RyanNorth, after which [[Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja Christopher Hastings]] took over. It is based on [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime the animated series]].

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''Adventure Time'' is a comic book series by Creator/KaboomComics. The first 35 issues were written by Creator/RyanNorth, after which [[Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja Christopher Hastings]] took over. It is based on [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime the animated series]].
series]]. The individual issues have shorter back-up stories by various creators, which are collected in the ''Sugary Shorts'' series of [=TPBs=]. In 2016 a separate series, ''Adventure Time Comics'', was begun with similar shorts.
5th Mar '17 3:10:41 PM LondonKdS
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* BedsheetGhost: In issues 46-9, Jake disguises himself as one in Ghost-A-Rica, but discovers that they are considered grossly outdated and unfashionable.


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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Averted in #45, in which the Lich!Tree attempts to cause Finn to change history and screw up his timeline by behaving more "heroically" in his past lives. Finn is existentially cool and doesn't fall for it.


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* LifeDrinker: The ghosts in #46-9 consume people's youth.


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** In issues 46-9, the Governor of Ghost-A-Rica is a caricature of the Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead''.
4th Dec '16 12:34:19 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TrapIsTheOnlyOption: Finn and Jake are GenreSavvy enough to know that the creepy amusement park in issue #45 is an AmusementParkOfDoom, but feel obliged as heroes to deal with it.

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* TrapIsTheOnlyOption: Finn and Jake are GenreSavvy savvy enough to know that the creepy amusement park in issue #45 is an AmusementParkOfDoom, but feel obliged as heroes to deal with it.



* [[WhatTheHellPlayer What The Hell, Reader?]]: Marceline [[BreakingTheFourthWall calls out the reader]] in the second issue for [[MediumAwareness turning the page]] instead of staying to help her fight the Lich.


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* YouBastard: Marceline [[BreakingTheFourthWall calls out the reader]] in the second issue for [[MediumAwareness turning the page]] instead of staying to help her fight the Lich.
29th Nov '16 3:56:25 PM LondonKdS
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* HumungousMecha: Gata built one for BMO.

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* HumungousMecha: HumongousMecha: Gata built one for BMO.
29th Nov '16 3:55:44 PM LondonKdS
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* AmusementParkOfDoom: In issue #45. Yes, a funfair in the middle of a blasted zone full of nuclear waste and creepy monsters is not suspicious at all...



* BarrierMaiden: [[spoiler:Gata is a living portal to a hell dimension where an evil witch queen was imprisoned. She finally turns herself into a statue to block the portal.]]



* BrotherSisterIncest: Finn ends up being sexually attracted to Gata, but she's repulsed because she remembers growing up as his foster-sister.



** In Issues 46 and 49, the alternate universes visible in the mirrors include the Farmworld and one in which Finn is an eight-bit sprite as in "Guardians of Sunshine".
* {{Cthulhumanoid}}: Gata has suckered tentacles instead of hair.



* DungeonBypass: All the trouble in the Gata arc happens because Finn and Jake bypassed most of the dungeon, got bored listening to the recording of Joshua explaining to them how to get through it, and ended up doing precisely what they shouldn't have done.



* FesteringFungus: In the Gata arc, Jake gets temporarily infected with one.
* FireAndBrimstoneHell: The dimension that [[spoiler:Gata is a portal to]].



* HumungousMecha: Gata built one for BMO.



* PaintingTheMedium: The Lich speaks with white text on a black speech balloon. Marceline speaks with yellow all-caps text on a magenta speech balloon when she's a monster.

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* PaintingTheMedium: PaintingTheMedium:
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The Lich speaks with white text on a black speech balloon. Marceline speaks with yellow all-caps text on a magenta speech balloon when she's a monster.monster.
** In issue #45, most of the story happens first in the lower panels on the page, until the end of the comic when you turn it upside down and read the upper panels in the opposite direction.


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* RememberTheNewGuy: The Gata arc plays this for real in-universe tragedy. Finn and Jake accidentally destroy a magic statue that Jake's father hid years before. When they get back to the Tree Fort, they find a teenage girl hero called Gata who everybody but them remembers as their foster-sister who's been part of their family all along. [[spoiler:It turns out that Gata is a living portal created to allow an evil witch queen to escape back to Ooo from the hell-dimension that she was imprisoned in long ago. When Gata discovers this and the witch escapes, she deliberately turns herself back into a statue, and all of the events of the story are erased from history and forgotten.]]


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* TrapIsTheOnlyOption: Finn and Jake are GenreSavvy enough to know that the creepy amusement park in issue #45 is an AmusementParkOfDoom, but feel obliged as heroes to deal with it.
16th Sep '16 3:16:08 PM LondonKdS
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* BearsAreBadNews: In issues 41-4, the King of Ooo tries to take over using an army of bear minions.


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* BookcasePassage: Used by Peppermint Butler to hide the SWEETS headquarters.


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* EngineeredPublicConfession: Used in issues 41-4 by Agent Double O Candy Bar to frame Finn and Jake, and then by Finn and Jake to reveal the King of Ooo's contempt for his bear minions.


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** In Issue 40, Magic Man tries to manipulate the reader into making ambiguous wishes using a card-forcing maneuver.


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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In issue 40, Magic Man's crow volcano in the Tree Fort ends up preventing the Owlbear from killing the Fancy Egg Prince.


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** Issues 41-4 are full of Franchise/JamesBond parodies.
24th Aug '16 6:04:02 PM avpfreak15
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**[[spoiler:It's actually Princess Bubblegum in a disguise she got for her birthday.]]
22nd May '16 12:41:33 PM erforce
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* BrickJoke: In Issue 27, PB calls Finn and Jake to help out with a ghost problem, except that they're not home because they are the ghosts (unintentionally) causing the problem (don't worry, they get better). So, PB is about to call her back-up choice, which Finn hopes isn't a couple of knock-offs named something like Flynn and Blake. It's actually a team like the Film/{{Ghostbusters}}, but guess who shows up at the end of Issue 29, after the storyline is over?

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* BrickJoke: In Issue 27, PB calls Finn and Jake to help out with a ghost problem, except that they're not home because they are the ghosts (unintentionally) causing the problem (don't worry, they get better). So, PB is about to call her back-up choice, which Finn hopes isn't a couple of knock-offs named something like Flynn and Blake. It's actually a team like the Film/{{Ghostbusters}}, Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}, but guess who shows up at the end of Issue 29, after the storyline is over?
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