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A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, with another one following in 2015. Following that came the announcement of a new four part mini-series subtitled "Fuzzy Memories" which continue the adventures of Bodie, Cholly and Miz Bijou.

In 2017, the comic returned, this time under the ''Creator/KaboomComics'' label.

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A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, with another one following in 2015. Following that came the announcement of a new four part mini-series subtitled "Fuzzy Memories" which continue the adventures of Bodie, Cholly and Miz Bijou.

Bijou. Issue 1 of this came out in 2015, with the promise of the issue two but then thing went quiet and Jay hasn't given any updates on this since.

In 2017, 2017 the comic returned, this time under joined the ''Creator/KaboomComics'' label.


* FairyGodmother: Miz Bijou

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* %%* FairyGodmother: Miz Bijou



* HandPuppet: Socko who acts as the local newscaster.

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* HandPuppet: Socko Socko, who acts as the local newscaster.


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* OurKoboldsAreDifferent: One shows up in the third issue of the series. It's a buck-tooth, bald-headed being with spines on his head and arms that can use magic and apparently EatsBabies. He also works on Rumpelstiltskin-like rules when it comes to claiming ownership -- if you can guess a kobold's name, they'll be sucked into the ground (though it has to be the true parent of the baby that does so, otherwise it's null).


* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Baby Fat Scott seems to do this in the three issue when his farts makes for a fertilizer that instantly grow vegetable and fruits. Which was perfect for the village since it was in a drought [[spoiler: until the people actually ''taste'' it.]]

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* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Baby Fat Scott seems to do this in the three two issue when his farts makes for a fertilizer that instantly grow vegetable and fruits. Which was perfect for the village since it was in a drought [[spoiler: until the people actually ''taste'' it.]]



* IAteWhat: In the 2015 FCDB issue, after hearing he drunk sugared root (a.k.a root beer), Bodie instantly throws up.

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* IAteWhat: In the 2015 FCDB issue, issue four, after hearing he drunk sugared scab root (a.k.a root beer), smoothie laced with sugar, Bodie instantly throws up.


* VitriolicBestBuds: Bodie and Miz Bijou, the two argue constantly and make it no secret they don't like one another. But it's obvious that they both care for Cholly and do look out for each other when things hit the fan.

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Bodie and Miz Bijou, the two argue constantly and make it no secret they don't like one another. But it's obvious that they both care for Cholly and do look out for each other when things hit the fan.fan.
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In 2017, the comic returned, this time under the ''[[Creator/{{BoomStudios}} kaBOOM]]'' label.

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In 2017, the comic returned, this time under the ''[[Creator/{{BoomStudios}} kaBOOM]]'' ''Creator/KaboomComics'' label.

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In 2017, the comic returned, this time under the ''[[Creator/{{BoomStudios}} kaBOOM]]'' label.


'''Bodie Troll''' is an 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt (creator of the webomic, ''Webcomic/DeadDuck''), published by Red 5 Comics.

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'''Bodie Troll''' ''Bodie Troll'' is an 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt (creator of the webomic, ''Webcomic/DeadDuck''), published by Red 5 Comics.



* VitriolicBestBuds: Bodie and Miz Bijou, the two argue constantly and make it no secret they don't like one another. But it's obvious that they both care for Cholly and do look out for each other when things hit the fan.

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* VitriolicBestBuds: Bodie and Miz Bijou, the two argue constantly and make it no secret they don't like one another. But it's obvious that they both care for Cholly and do look out for each other when things hit the fan.


A 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt (creator of the webomic, ''Webcomic/DeadDuck''), published by Red 5 Comics.

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A '''Bodie Troll''' is an 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt (creator of the webomic, ''Webcomic/DeadDuck''), published by Red 5 Comics.


A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, with another one following in 2015 along with an announcement of a volume paperback.

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A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, with another one following in 2015 along with an 2015. Following that came the announcement of a volume paperback.
new four part mini-series subtitled "Fuzzy Memories" which continue the adventures of Bodie, Cholly and Miz Bijou.



* AchievementsInIgnorance: Doubles also as a BrickJoke, through out most of Issue One there's mention of a goat eating monster on the loose. Bodie comes into contact with it when he picks up what he thinks is a giant chicken egg for Miz Bijou. He manages to stop it(albeit accidentally) by peeing in it's mouth where it was mentioned one of the goat fields smelled like pee (that Bodie mentioned he peed in when trying to scare a heard of goats) which is apparently lethal to it.

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* AchievementsInIgnorance: AchievementsInIgnorance:
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Doubles also as a BrickJoke, through out most of Issue One there's mention of a goat eating monster on the loose. Bodie comes into contact with it when he picks up what he thinks is a giant chicken egg for Miz Bijou. He manages to stop it(albeit accidentally) by peeing in it's mouth where it was mentioned one of the goat fields smelled like pee (that Bodie mentioned he peed in when trying to scare a heard of goats) which is apparently lethal to it.
** In the first issue of "Fuzzy Memories" [[spoiler: Bodie unknowingly breaks the spell of the Kooghum tribe by eating their Butt Truffle form and ''pooping them out''.]]



* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The Kooghum tribe are all colored purple



* BaldWomen: The Koogum tribe all shave their heads due to a vow of baldness so Hokum is naturally bald as a result.



* TheBet: Issue One of "Fuzzy Memories" starts with Miz Bijou teasingly making one with Bodie that he can't eat something living to prove he's "scary". If he manages, she'll give him some dried roots for his effort, if not, he'll be shaved bald for Cholly's next play [[spoiler: Though Bijou reveals she never intended to uphold the bargain if he had failed]]. Bodie ups the ante by going after something in a monster inhabited area known as "Dragon's Maw". [[spoiler: At the end of the issue, Bodie technically does fulfill his end of the bet by unknowing eating the Butt Truffles which were the Kooghum tribe put under a spell. Though by eating them and pooping them out, Bodie manages to break the curse and revert them to normal.]]



* LastOfHisKind: Hokum as her tribe was mysteriously turned into Butt Truffles after she had came back from a hunting rite of passage, leaving her the only one of Kooghum still around. [[spoiler: Subverted as Bodie managed to break the spell over them.]]



* NoAccountingForTaste: Bodie finds himself smittien with Hokum because she believes "a huge and terrifying troll" had turned her people into Butt Truffles. Bodie figures she means him and goes gaga over her despite the fact she's ''trying to kill him''.
* ProudWarriorRaceGuy: The Kooghum Tribe, a race of monster hunters who Hokum belongs too.



* ToiletHumor: Some bits (and even a plot point) in Issue one. Issues three and four are rife with it.

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* ToiletHumor: Some bits (and even a plot point) in Issue one. Issues three and four are rife with it. [[spoiler: It's also another plot point at the end of the first issue of "Fuzzy Memories".]]
* YouKilledMyFather: [[spoiler: After Miz Bjou explains to Hokum how her tribe was transformed into Butt Truffle by an evil fairy and Bodie let's slip he unknowingly ate the truffles. Hokum instantly goes after him, surprisingly he willingly offers himself up as an apology to her. She can't go through with killing him however which wound up working out for everyone in the end.]]


* DrunkOnMilk: In the 2015 FCBD issue, Bodie gets drunk on root beer. It's explained that sugared root, as opposed to his favored food rotted roots, work as alcohol to him. Upon hearing he drunk some, Bodie instantly throws up.

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* DrunkOnMilk: In the 2015 FCBD issue, Bodie gets drunk on root beer. It's explained that sugared root, roots, as opposed to his favored food rotted roots, work as alcohol to him. Upon hearing he drunk some, Bodie instantly throws up. him.


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* IAteWhat: In the 2015 FCDB issue, after hearing he drunk sugared root (a.k.a root beer), Bodie instantly throws up.


* DrunkOnMilk: In the 2015 FCBD issue, Bodie gets drunk on root beer. It's explained that sugared ones, as opposed to his favored food rotted roots, work as alcohol to him. Upon hearing he drunk sugared roots, Bodie instantly throws up.

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* DrunkOnMilk: In the 2015 FCBD issue, Bodie gets drunk on root beer. It's explained that sugared ones, root, as opposed to his favored food rotted roots, work as alcohol to him. Upon hearing he drunk sugared roots, some, Bodie instantly throws up.


A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, hinting there may be more issues to come.

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A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, hinting there may be more issues to come.
with another one following in 2015 along with an announcement of a volume paperback.



* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Baby Fat Scott seems to do this in the three issue when his fart makes for a fertilizer that instantly grow vegetable and fruits. Which was perfect for the village since it was in a drought [[spoiler: until the people actually ''taste'' it.]]

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* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Baby Fat Scott seems to do this in the three issue when his fart farts makes for a fertilizer that instantly grow vegetable and fruits. Which was perfect for the village since it was in a drought [[spoiler: until the people actually ''taste'' it.]]



* DrunkOnMilk: In the 2015 FCBD issue, Bodie gets drunk on root beer. It's explained that sugared ones, as opposed to his favored food rotted roots, work as alcohol to him. Upon hearing he drunk sugared roots, Bodie instantly throws up.



* GenderBender: The second issue sees Bodie turned into a girl for a play by magic lipstick.

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* GenderBender: The second issue sees Bodie turned into a human girl for a play by magic lipstick.



* MagicWand: Miz Bijou's wields one in the form of a spatula. Apparently this is a source of contention among her kind but the comic doesn't dwell into it.
* ScaryScarecrows: Bodie encounters one in the FCBD issue who guards the mystical garden.
* ShesGotLegs: Subverted and even lampshaded by Cholly who mentions she not the type who wants folks seeing her legs or feet (and indeed through the comic series, they're always covered by a long dress to the point it looks like she's floating).

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* MagicWand: Miz Bijou's wields one in the form of a spatula. Apparently this is a source of contention among her kind but the comic doesn't dwell into it.
it as of yet.
* RealFakeWedding: Done in the 2015 FCBD story when Bodie, intoxicated after drinking root beet, agrees to marry the little girl he was playing with. It seems like a silly little kids game untill it's revealed the oddball laws of the land make it ''legal''. They only manage to get Bodie out of it by revealing he wasn't in his right mind at the time.
* ScaryScarecrows: Bodie encounters one in the 2014 FCBD issue who guards the mystical garden.
* ShesGotLegs: Subverted and even lampshaded by Cholly who mentions she not the type who wants folks seeing her legs or feet (and indeed through the comic series, they're always covered by a long dress to the point it looks like she's floating). This also seems to be a pet peeve of the author who tries to downplay this trope, especially since this comic is for kids.


A 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt, published by Red 5 Comics.

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A 2013 four-issue comic book series by Jay P. Fosgitt, Fosgitt (creator of the webomic, ''Webcomic/DeadDuck''), published by Red 5 Comics.


* ScaryScarecrows: Bodie encounters one in the FCBD issue who guards the mystical guardian.

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* ScaryScarecrows: Bodie encounters one in the FCBD issue who guards the mystical guardian.garden.


A Free Comic Day issue was released in 2014, hinting there may be more issues to come.



* ScaryScarecrows: Bodie encounters one in the FCBD issue who guards the mystical guardian.



* SmoochOfVictory: Cholly gives one to Bodie at the end of the fouth issue.

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* SmoochOfVictory: Cholly gives one to Bodie at the end of the fouth fourth issue.

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