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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 11, 12 and 13 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. Volume 14 is by Leah Williams and Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:

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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 ''Islands'' was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 10, 11, 12 and 13 12 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. Volume 14 13 is by Leah Williams and Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:



* ''Volume 10: Islands'': (March 2017) Set thousands of years before the main franchise, this is an {{Interquel}} between the "Stakes" and "Islands" TV multi-episode arcs. A young girl named Jo, or Bunny Girl, who was once protected by Marceline, takes part in an exodus of humans across the seas to escape the vampires who have taken over the main continent of Ooo. The back-up story, set in the present, has BMO advising the reader on how to take care of goldfish.

* ''Volume 11: The Ooorient Express'': (June 2017) Jake takes a train in search of a cure for the sick Lady, but violent events break out on board the train itself.

* ''Volume 12: Princess and Princess'': (February 2018) Finn is persuaded to impersonate Rock Princess, when she temporarily leaves her kingdom on a mysterious errand.

* ''Volume 13: Thunder Road'': (June 2018) A storm that threatens to destroy the Candy Kingdom turns out to be caused by some cloud outlaw bikers. When Princess Bubblegum challenges them to a race, she and Marceline disagree over tactics.

* ''Volume 14: Marceline the Pirate Queen'': (February 2019) When a gang of pirates steal a treasure from Princess Bubblegum, Marceline takes to the high seas to retrieve it.

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* ''Volume 10: Islands'': ''Islands'': (March 2017) 2017, un-numbered) Set thousands of years before the main franchise, this is an {{Interquel}} between the "Stakes" and "Islands" TV multi-episode arcs. A young girl named Jo, or Bunny Girl, who was once protected by Marceline, takes part in an exodus of humans across the seas to escape the vampires who have taken over the main continent of Ooo. The back-up story, set in the present, has BMO advising the reader on how to take care of goldfish.

* ''Volume 11: 10: The Ooorient Express'': (June 2017) Jake takes a train in search of a cure for the sick Lady, but violent events break out on board the train itself.

* ''Volume 12: 11: Princess and Princess'': (February 2018) Finn is persuaded to impersonate Rock Princess, when she temporarily leaves her kingdom on a mysterious errand.

* ''Volume 13: 12: Thunder Road'': (June 2018) A storm that threatens to destroy the Candy Kingdom turns out to be caused by some cloud outlaw bikers. When Princess Bubblegum challenges them to a race, she and Marceline disagree over tactics.

* ''Volume 14: 13: Marceline the Pirate Queen'': (February 2019) When a gang of pirates steal a treasure from Princess Bubblegum, Marceline takes to the high seas to retrieve it.



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* DeathStare: PB maintains one over three panels and an implied lengthy period of time after the pirates escape.

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* DeathStare: DeathGlare: PB maintains one over three panels and an implied lengthy period of time after the pirates escape.


A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 11, 12 and 13 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:

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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 11, 12 and 13 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. Volume 14 is by Leah Williams and Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:


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* ''Volume 14: Marceline the Pirate Queen'': (February 2019) When a gang of pirates steal a treasure from Princess Bubblegum, Marceline takes to the high seas to retrieve it.


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[[folder:Vol. 14: Marceline the Pirate Queen]]
* TheCameo: Lumpy Space Princess briefly appears in the cave system.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover shows Marceline fighting a sea monster with Finn and Jake, neither of whom appear at all in the book.
* DeathStare: PB maintains one over three panels and an implied lengthy period of time after the pirates escape.
* DungeonBypass: Marceline simply flies over the maze full of monsters.
* GravityScrew: Marceline and BMO encounter a swamp in the caves with inverted gravity.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: Marceline and BMO both giggle at "poop deck".
* LiteralMinded: Pirate ghosts challenge Marceline and BMO to literally buckle some swashes of cloth.
* MassOhCrap: The pirates' response when Marceline finally loses patience with them and goes into demon-kaiju mode.
* MockGuffin: Subverted. The treasure turns out to be PB's hair-tie. Marceline is initially shocked and thinks it's worthless, but PB then explains that it's a unique one she spent months creating so that it wouldn't cut through her gum hair.
* NoShirtLongJacket: The pirate captain constantly wears an open coat over his shirtless muscular torso.
* ObfuscatingDisability: The pirate captain has the inevitable eye-patch, but one panel reveals that he has an eye underneath it.
* StinkBomb: The pirates fire one at Marceline.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Marceline has to deal with the pirates because Finn is scared of water, and candy citizens dissolve in it.
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* EmbarassingFirstName: Marceline mocks Trevor for his unimpressive name.

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* EmbarassingFirstName: EmbarrassingFirstName: Marceline mocks Trevor for his unimpressive name.


A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 11 and 12 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:

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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volumes 11 11, 12 and 12 13 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:


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* ''Volume 13: Thunder Road'': (June 2018) A storm that threatens to destroy the Candy Kingdom turns out to be caused by some cloud outlaw bikers. When Princess Bubblegum challenges them to a race, she and Marceline disagree over tactics.


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[[folder:Vol. 13: Thunder Road]]
* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: The bikers are generally socially irresponsible, although only Trevor is really nasty.
* TheBigRace: Between the bikers and PB.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover, showing Marceline standing on top of a pile of defeated monsters and blushing, has nothing to do with the plot at all. The blurb also has little resemblance to the actual plot, apart from involving Marceline, PB, and the cloud bikers.
* EmbarassingFirstName: Marceline mocks Trevor for his unimpressive name.
* ForgotAboutHisPowers: A two-person example, when Marceline rides her bike over a cliff, PB dives after her, forgetting that Marceline can fly, and has to be rescued herself.
* TheGreatFlood: Affecting the area around the Candy Kingdom, and nearly dissolving it, due to the cloud bikers.
* JerkAss: Trevor, the lead biker, takes obvious pleasure in inconveniencing people.
* NonMammalMammaries: One of the female cloud bikers has a bosom. The other [[LadyLooksLikeADude doesn't]].
* PoisonousFriend: Marceline sabotages the bikers' bikes, to PB's outrage when she gets caught.
* ShoutOut: The title, to either the film ''Film/ThunderRoad'', or the song inspired by it by Music/BruceSpringsteen.
* SolidClouds: The clouds are solid, and both the bikers and the bikes are made out of them.
* UnlimitedWardrobe: Marceline has four different costumes in the book.
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* ''Volume 12: Princess and Princess'': (February 2018) Finn is persuaded to temporary become a Princess, when Rock Princess temporarily leaves her kingdom to find herself.

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* ''Volume 12: Princess and Princess'': (February 2018) Finn is persuaded to temporary become a impersonate Rock Princess, when Rock Princess she temporarily leaves her kingdom to find herself.on a mysterious errand.

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* EmergencyImpersonation: Finn impersonates Rock Princess so she can have some time off ruling.
* TheEndOrIsIt: Rock Princess goes off adventuring with Finn and Jake, leaving the ObviouslyEvil Obsidian Door to cover for her this time.
* HolographicDisguise: Rock Princess enchants her tiara to make Finn appear to be her.
* HumanPincushion: Parodied when the Rock soldier stumbles into the council chamber covered with lollipops.
* PoliticiansKissBabies: Part of Finn's daily round as Rock Princess.
* PoorCommunicationKills: The war breaks out because Princess Bubblegum, at the top of her tower, and the Rock Kingdom Chancellor, on the ground, can't hear what each other are saying and each think that the other is threatening them.
* PreventTheWar: Finn has to try to stop a war between the Rock and Candy Kingdoms.
* PuppetKing: Rock Princess is upset that her council simply use her as a figurehead and won't let her make any decisions.
* ThreePointLanding: Rock Princess does one after jumping from Princess Bubblegum's tower.
* WomenAreWiser: Rock Princess and Princess Bubblegum sort out the whole river dispute in a brief conversation as soon as they come face to face, and complain about how the men on the council immediately turned to violence.
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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volume 11 was written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:

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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volume Volumes 11 was and 12 were written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:


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* ''Volume 12: Princess and Princess'': (February 2018) Finn is persuaded to temporary become a Princess, when Rock Princess temporarily leaves her kingdom to find herself.


* ADayInTheLimelight: For Flame Princess



* BigDamnKiss: [[spoiler: Flame Princess and Finn's soul]]

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* BigDamnKiss: TheBigDamnKiss: [[spoiler: Flame Princess and Finn's soul]]



* ADayInTheLimelight: For Flame Princess



* ADayInTheSpotlight: Stars some of the less prominent princesses in the series.

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* ADayInTheSpotlight: ADayInTheLimelight: Stars some of the less prominent princesses in the series.



* JerkassGenie: Magic Man typically really twists BMO's request in order to cause trouble.

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* JerkassGenie: JackassGenie: Magic Man typically really twists BMO's request in order to cause trouble.



* YourHeadAsplode: Breakfast Princess manages to beat one of the levels this way by making pancakes for a group of warriors that were attacking them. They chow down on them and their heads explode because they're just that good.

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* YourHeadAsplode: YourHeadASplode: Breakfast Princess manages to beat one of the levels this way by making pancakes for a group of warriors that were attacking them. They chow down on them and their heads explode because they're just that good.



* ADayInTheSpotlight: Marceline and Jake this go-around.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Marceline and Jake this go-around.



* FanBoy: Ricky is an embarrassing fanboy of Marceline.

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* FanBoy: {{Fanboy}}: Ricky is an embarrassing fanboy of Marceline.



* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem!: When the pair visit Adeline to find out where the guitar is. Adeline, who normally arm-wrestles for things (and remembers how strong Marcie is) challenges her to a tennis match. She cheats by using a power up to win, citing this rule. [[BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame However it gets turned around on her when Jake takes over]].

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* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem!: ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: When the pair visit Adeline to find out where the guitar is. Adeline, who normally arm-wrestles for things (and remembers how strong Marcie is) challenges her to a tennis match. She cheats by using a power up to win, citing this rule. [[BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame However However, it gets turned around on her when Jake takes over]].over.]]


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* WordSchmord: The title of Vol. 5, "Graybles Schmaybles" is an example.


* RippedFromTheHeadlines: Released to coincide with the 2016 USA elections. Additionally, Princess Bubblegum and Lumpy Space Princess here have parodic overtones of UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton and Creator/DonaldTrump respectively.

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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: Released to coincide with the 2016 USA elections. Additionally, Princess Bubblegum and Lumpy Space Princess here have parodic overtones of UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton and Creator/DonaldTrump UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump respectively.


* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: Subverted with the Phantasmal Looking Glass, which is a hand mirror that can reflect poltergeists and vampires so that they can see what they look like.

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* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: MissingReflection: Subverted with the Phantasmal Looking Glass, which is a hand mirror that can reflect poltergeists and vampires so that they can see what they look like.


A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:

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A series of graphic novels based on the cartoon ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. [[Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots Danielle Corsetto]] wrote volumes 1, 2, and 5. Creator/KateLeth wrote volumes 3, 4, and 6. Volume 7, 8, and 9 were written by Josh Trujillo. The first four novels have art by Zach Sterling. Volumes 5 and 6 have art by Bridget Underwood and Jenna Ayoub. Volume 7 has art by Sterling and Phil Murphy, and volume 8 by Murphy alone. Volume 9 has art by Sterling, Ayoub, and Murphy. Volume 10 was written by Ashly Burch with art by Diigii Daguna, and had a back-up short by Marina Julia. Volume 11 was written by Jeremy Sorese, known for his graphic novel ''Curveball'' and work on ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, with art by Sterling. The first six books include backup shorts written and drawn by Meredith [=McClaren=]. The volumes are as follows:


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* ''Volume 11: The Ooorient Express'': (June 2017) Jake takes a train in search of a cure for the sick Lady, but violent events break out on board the train itself.


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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Parodied when Shelby, an invertebrate, talks about having rheumatoid arthritis.
* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: A demon train that feeds on human souls.
* BystanderSyndrome: The goose railwayman admits to Jake that he knows something is sinister but is too apathetic to do anything about it. He promptly suffers a KarmicDeath.
* ClearMyName: Jake is falsely accused of killing the first victim.
* DemonicPossession: The guard and the other train staff are possessed by spider-demons and transform into them when the train needs them as servants.
* DetectiveMole: The guard who initially investigates the murders is actually the leader of the train's servants.
* DramaticPause: Parodied when Jake pauses so long when he's worried that the train might be haunted that he's already on board when he's finished the sentence.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The whole novel is in one aspect a joke about the notorious refusal to allow the word "murder" to be used on the show on taste-and-decency grounds. The title demands the addition of "''Murder On...''", and various individuals use transparent mumbled versions of it throughout.
* HolyBurnsEvil: The Salesman's potions corrode the fabric of the train like HollywoodAcid not because they're poisonous, but because they are good magic and it is saturated by evil.
* ObviouslyEvil: The evil train has a skull front and a ribcage around its boiler.
* PoliceAreUseless: The two cops who board the train have no idea what to do in the face of supernatural evil.
* RedHerring: The Salesman initially appears villainous, but is actually a good guy.
* SneezeOfDoom: Princess Bubblegum is blasted out of the hospital ward by Lady's sneeze.
* ThrillerOnTheExpress: Takes place almost entirely on the train.
* WholePlotReference: The story is basically a PG-rated version of the well-known (very gruesome) short horror story "Lonely Train A'Comin'" by William F Nolan.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Trapped alone on the engine of the haunted train, the possessed guard is implied to be eaten by it.
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* ActionGirl: Jo eventually grows into one as she learns how to survive in the wilderness of the Island.


* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: A story set deep in Ooo's history and with no previously-encountered characters except Marceline.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: A story set deep in Ooo's history and with no previously-encountered recurring characters except Marceline.


* ''Volume 10: Islands'': (March 2017) Set thousands of years before the main franchise, this is a prequel to the "Islands" TV episodes. A young girl named Jo, or Bunny Girl, who was once protected by Marceline, takes part in an exodus of humans across the seas to escape the vampires who have taken over the main continent of Ooo. The back-up story, set in the present, has BMO advising the reader on how to take care of goldfish.

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* ''Volume 10: Islands'': (March 2017) Set thousands of years before the main franchise, this is a prequel to an {{Interquel}} between the "Stakes" and "Islands" TV episodes.multi-episode arcs. A young girl named Jo, or Bunny Girl, who was once protected by Marceline, takes part in an exodus of humans across the seas to escape the vampires who have taken over the main continent of Ooo. The back-up story, set in the present, has BMO advising the reader on how to take care of goldfish.

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