History ComicBook / AdventureTime

26th Jan '16 6:29:29 AM DarkfireTaimatsu
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* AssimilationPlot: The story in issues 21-24. It very nearly succeeds, too.
18th Dec '15 2:38:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* LikeABadassOutOfHell: It turns out that Ghost/Warrior Princess came back to life out of pure heroic willpower.
30th Oct '15 4:31:57 PM LondonKdS
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* ExtraParentConception: Brief flash-forwards at the end of both "Carl the Gem" and "Marcelzine" introduce a mysterious young female barbarian hero (named in her second appearance as Penelope), who appears to have characteristics of Finn, Princess Bubblegum, AND Marceline. The Mnemonoid arc has a flash-forward in which it is hinted that in the future all three of them may be in a mutual relationship.
30th Oct '15 4:27:36 PM LondonKdS
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* BadFuture: The time travel arc in issues 6-9, in which BMO has accidentally created evil robots that conquer all of Ooo.

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* BadFuture: BadFuture:
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The time travel arc in issues 6-9, in which BMO has accidentally created evil robots that conquer all of Ooo.Ooo.
** The Mnemonoid arc, in which Ooo is laid waste by a war between the various elemental peoples, and Marceline is killed by the Mnemonoid, leaving Bubblegum a cynical shell.



* CallBack: Finn's badass future version in the time travel arc is based on the future version of himself he saw/imagined at the beginning of "Mortal Folly".

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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Finn's badass future version in the time travel arc is based on the future version of himself he saw/imagined at the beginning of "Mortal Folly".Folly".
** In Issue 32, Jake turns out to still have a Lich minion hiding within him from his time in the Lich's LotusEaterMachine dungeon.
** In Issue 34, far-future Finn and Bubblegum use one of the time machines from the time travel arc to return to Finn's first encounter with the Mnemonoid and defeat it.



* CarnivoreConfusion: In "Marcelzine", Peppermint Butler likes to make and eat peppermint bark.



** In Issue 32, Marcelline's and PB's comic-strip exposition to Finn includes the RunningGag "buff baby" rhyme.



* FauxAffablyEvil: The Mnemonoid is polite and chatty while completely screwing up Finn's life and killing Marceline.



* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: In Issue 10 and the ''[=KaBOOM!=] Summer Blast'' Free Comic Book Day Edition reprint, Finn and Jake end up under the influence of the reader in a ChooseYourOwnAdventure story. All their methods of getting their free will back involve messing with the reader.

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou:
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In Issue 10 and the ''[=KaBOOM!=] Summer Blast'' Free Comic Book Day Edition reprint, Finn and Jake end up under the influence of the reader in a ChooseYourOwnAdventure story. All their methods of getting their free will back involve messing with the reader.
** In the Mnemonoid arc, the Mnemonoid repeatedly addresses, menaces, and trolls the
reader.


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* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: Lumpy Space Princess's "original character" in her comic in "Marcelzine", the irresistible Laura Spencer Petersworth.


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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: The Mnemonoid looks very like an illithid from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''.


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* ScrapbookStory: Issue 30, "Marcelzine", is in the form of a zine edited by Marceline, with comics supposedly created by various characters.


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** In Issue 33, when PB says "Let's do this", she assumes the pose from the famous WWII "We Can Do It!" Westinghouse staff motivational poster (often miscredited as "Rosie the Riveter").


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* TooManyMouths: In Issue 31, Jake rather disturbingly grows at least two extra mouths while stuffing himself with food.
24th Jun '15 5:17:14 PM Andyroid
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* BrainUploading: Randall M Byron, a pre-war computer programmer who brain uploaded himself to survive the Mushroom War.

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* BrainUploading: Randall M M. Byron, a pre-war computer programmer who brain uploaded himself to survive the Mushroom War.



** In issues 18-9, Finn's LotusEaterMachine hallucination is the Farmworld from the TV episodes "Finn the Human"/"Jake the Dog".

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** In issues 18-9, 18-19, Finn's LotusEaterMachine hallucination is the Farmworld from the TV episodes "Finn the Human"/"Jake the Dog".



* FunWithAcronyms: In issue 41 Peppermint Butler conscripts Finn and Jake into SWEETS, "Secret Warriors Eliminating Enemies & other Tricky Situations".
-->'''Jake:''' You came up with the word you wanted for the acronym before you figured out what it would mean, didn't ya?



* PapaWolf: When Peppermint Butler expresses an interest in experimenting on Jake Jr., Jake undergoes an attack of "Dad Rage" and threatens Pep But with "If you do, ''all'' of Ooo will be ''so delicately'' mint-scented from your tiny particles ''spread across the continent''."



* SignatureStyle: It's pretty obvious that [[Webcomic/DinosaurComics Ryan North]] writes the comic. Perhaps...super obvious?

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* SignatureStyle: It's pretty obvious that [[Webcomic/DinosaurComics Ryan North]] writes the first few arcs in the comic. Perhaps...super obvious?
6th Apr '15 2:41:47 PM LondonKdS
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** In the same arc, BMO and Ice King getting on surprisingly well refers back to Finn's speculation, and the behaviour of their miniature versions, in "All the Little People".



* FusionDance: [[spoiler:The second issue implies that Desert Princess is actually an amalgamation of various Candy citizens.]]

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* FusionDance: FusionDance:
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[[spoiler:The second issue implies that Desert Princess is actually an amalgamation of various Candy citizens.]]]]
** In the ghost arc, Finn, Jake, PB, and all the Candy Kingdom subjects combine into one huge ghost to beat up the JerkAss ghosts.



* GilliganCut: While Finn and Jake explore an abandoned military factory in issue 26, Finn remarks "I can't imagine a single thing our pals could be doing that's more interesting than exploring this crazy old dungeon!" Cue panels of Marceline fighting a dragon, Lumpy Space Princess fighting [[RobotMe a robotic version of herself]], and Princess Bubblegum... sitting in bed, reading a book.

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* GilliganCut: While Finn and Jake explore an abandoned military factory in issue 26, Finn remarks "I can't imagine a single thing our pals could be doing that's more interesting than exploring this crazy old dungeon!" Cue panels of Marceline fighting a dragon, Lumpy Space Princess fighting [[RobotMe a robotic version of herself]], herself]] in space, and Princess Bubblegum... sitting in bed, reading a book.


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* LikeABadassOutOfHell: It turns out that Ghost/Warrior Princess came back to life out of pure heroic willpower.


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* WhoYouGonnaCall: The Ghost Destroyers in issues #26-9.
24th Mar '15 3:53:40 PM LondonKdS
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** In Issue 20, [[spoiler:Princess Bubblegum's]] adventuring suit is a black and green logo-free version of a classic ''ComicBook/Batgirl'' costume.

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** In Issue 20, [[spoiler:Princess Bubblegum's]] adventuring suit is a black and green logo-free version of a classic ''ComicBook/Batgirl'' ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}'' costume.
24th Mar '15 3:52:55 PM LondonKdS
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** An alternate theory is that all the events of the comic book take place during the fourth season, since the characters and their relationships seem to follow that status quo.

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** An alternate theory is that all the events of the comic book take place during the fourth season, since the characters and their relationships seem to follow that status quo. (This was shot down in the bubblegum kudzu arc, where Lemongrab is clearly depicted as on his way to his monstrous state in "Too Old".)


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* ExactWords: In Issue 20, the Gumball Guardian goes berserk because Ice King mind-controlled it, and then tried to release it with the words "Go do whatever. Go nuts!".


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* GoneHorriblyWrong: The mind-controlling bubblegum monster turns out to be another of PB's attempts to create a successor.


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* ImprobableAntidote: Lemongrab's lemon bodily fluids turn out to be the only thing that can stop the mind-controlling bubblegum.


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* LateToTheTragedy: Finn and Jake in the bubblegum arc, because they didn't bother to listen to PB's message for over a day.
* LaughingMad: PB at the end of the bubblegum arc, when she realises that she needed Finn and Jake (but in this case, especially Jake) to save the day again.


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* MagicPants: In the bubblegum arc, this happens to Marceline's red leggings when she shifts to giant bat monster form.


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* MindControlEyes: In the bubblegum arc, the characters under the bubblegum's control get pink eyes.


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* PillowPistol: PB keeps a fire extinguisher full of jaw-breaker candy by her bed, in case she suddenly needs to fortify her bedroom.
* POVCam: "Adventure Me" is entirely seen through the eyes of an unidentified friend of Finn and Jake.


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** In Issue 20, [[spoiler:Princess Bubblegum's]] adventuring suit is a black and green logo-free version of a classic ''ComicBook/Batgirl'' costume.


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* SwallowedWhole: Marceline does this to PB to protect her from the mind-controlling bubblegum. PB's response is "Oh my gosh, let's not do that again for a long time, okay?".


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* TheVirus: The mind-controlling bubblegum in Issues 21-4.
15th Mar '15 10:50:14 AM LondonKdS
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* ArmedWithCanon: The comic keeps on throwing bones to Finn/Bubblegum shippers in ways that seem overtly designed to knock down the obstacles to the ship in the TV series.

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* ArmedWithCanon: The comic keeps on throwing bones to Finn/Bubblegum shippers in ways that seem overtly designed to knock down the obstacles to the ship in the TV series. In two separate potential futures shown in the comics, Finn and Bubblegum are in a relationship. (In the first one, Bubblegum explicitly says that the age difference isn't so big now Finn's in his twenties. And in the second one, they're actually in a three-way marriage with Marceline to avoid upsetting the Bubblegum/Marceline shippers.)
13th Mar '15 2:52:27 AM LondonKdS
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* ArmedWithCanon: The comic keeps on throwing bones to Finn/Bubblegum shippers in ways that seem overtly designed to knock down the obstacles to the ship in the TV series.
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