A Quality Game. Basically, while Kirby is playing Brawl, Dedede is criticizing the game on a cynical level, but then joins in playing with Kirby after six simple words: "I can make Mario fight Sonic!" It was rather touching to see that, although Dedede is rather jaded about the game, he can still take in the simple pleasures of gaming.
The comic telling the story of the first Mario game from the perspective of Peach. She manages to break herself out, sees Mario storming the castle, and breaks back in to see what's he's doing. She sees Mario beat Bowser, then go up to her and say "Princess! I have-a traveled across the land to-a save you!" Peach, seeing that Mario has gone through hell and back to save her, kisses him on the nose and utters, "My hero."
There's just something so adorable about the comic Warp Star.
Matthew: On that note, Kirbyís fear of Meta Knight hasnít been touched on in awhile, but I also like to think that him being responsible for the banning is also because heís looking out for his pal, Dedede.
They say in entertainment, it's important to "know your audience". With most comics, I aim to entertain as many people as possible; with this one in particular, though, only one person's opinion matters.
Not to say that the comic itself was heartwarming for Kirby and Dedede, who are actually more "pal-like" than usually. It really is just a great comic overall.
Surprisingly, one of the most heartwarming parts of this strip is the punchline; while Kirby and Dedede are worried Matt has moved on from video games, the punchline reveals that he - and his new wife - are both still awaiting the upcoming Wii U, showing that they won't be giving up video games that soon.
The end of the Slumber Party arc, in which Kirby and Dedede finally realize that they've had a good time, but find that they've broken Kirby's bed in the pillow fight. The solution? They force Meta Knight into a sleepover, both equally excited about it. Meta Knight... not so much.