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Webcomic / Bluey Capsules

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Henry Emily/William Afton: BECAUSE IT'S WHAT I LOVE TO DO!
Bluey Capsules note  is a parody webcomic made by a collaborative group of artists loosely retelling the Five Nights at Freddy's timeline.

Emphasis on loosely.

List of tropes in Bluey Capsules:

Elizabeth, while scooping bread: You know, Maikol, you'll be scooped like this, one day...
Michael: Huh? Fatha, Liz is scaring me again...
  • Early Installment Weirdness: The first thing that the team posted on the Bluey Capsules twitter was a "continuation" of an existing Pinky Pills comic. The art is a lot less polished and the character designs aren't finalized into their current incarnations.
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  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": The Crying Child is just called CC. Henry cries out his actual name when he gets bit, but it's censored by the LOONA concert playing in the background.
  • Funetik Aksent: The Aftons tend to speak in this because they're British.
  • Monster Clown: The Aftons keep "Bubba" in their bathroom to use as a shower. Do not look at him.
  • Mood Whiplash: The story can flip-flop between a light-hearted joking atmosphere and the seriousness of the events in the original timeline, sometimes in the same page.
  • Nightmare Face: ''"SO, WHY DID YOU DO IT, MICHAEL? HOW DID IT FEEL?"
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Sammy and Charlie, respectively, are a yellow lion thing and a green girl with horns.
  • Pictorial Speech Bubble: CC talks in this using emojis, which almost everybody understands just fine. The only time he's ever spoken English was an "OH, FUCK!" right before Fredbear bites through his skull.
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  • Posthumous Character: Charlie Emily. Implied to still be hanging around, though, in the form of the Puppet.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Elizabeth has a "shadow form".
  • The Stoner: Fredbear.
  • Trauma Conga Line: Yeah, Michael was a Jerkass who constantly bullied and belittled CC even after CC tried to tell him their father killed Charlie, but no 14-year-old needs the guilt of brutally lobotomizing their sibling via stoned animatronic, have a traumatic nightmare via possibly the ghost of the child your father killed, to be woken up by their sibling flatlining and then have your serial-killer father actually be PROUD of you for all this.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Michael is one of these.

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