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Webcomic / Mr. Boop

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"new daily comic strip i invented about what it’s like being married to Betty Boop"
Alec Robbins

A Life Embellished webcomic about the titular Alec Boop (nee Robbins) and his life being married to Betty Boop. Claimed to be based on Alec Robbins real life, and posted on his twitter account, the webcomic features Alec meeting (and usually having sex with) characters from various media, including Family Guy, The Sopranos and even Homestuck.

Extremely NSFW.

Has a spin-off flash game, Mr. Boop and the Curse of the Dinner Party


Mr Boop contains examples of:

  • Animated Actors: Implied to be the case with Betty.
  • Art Shift: In Alec's coma dream after being shot by Sonic the Hedgehog.
  • Art-Shifted Sequel: Book 4 is written in a much more detailed style to represent taking place in the real world.
  • Captain Obvious: Characters' thought bubbles often remind the audience of things they already know. Alec referring to Betty Boop as his wife is an extremely prominent example.
  • Casual Kink: Alec and Betty seemingly have no issue making their somewhat kinky lifestyle public.
  • Celebrity Resemblance: Dr. Sonic the Hedgehog goes on a date with a woman because she looks like Betty Boop.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: Book 4 is much less goofy than previous books being presented as an actual diary comic of Alec Robbins life during the real life pandemic. This gets even heavier, then, into full-on Cerberus Retcon territory, as Alec starts dating a woman who, rapidly, begins to be drawn and written with the tone of the earlier comics, all while being shown outright as disapproving of this portrayal, feeling embarrassed and mistreated by it.
  • Chekhov's Gunman:
    • The divorce lawyer is a literal example.
    • Liz first appears in a Breaking the Fourth Wall joke way back in Part 2.
  • Dreamworks Face: Alec and Betty, whenever they think about how hot they find each other.
  • Easily Forgiven: Bugs Bunny after trying to kill Alec. Later, Sonic for doing the same thing.
  • Ethical Slut: Alec and Betty both have voracious sexual appetites, but would never do anything that might hurt each other or anyone else.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Alec's therapist can't help thinking about how hot Betty Boop is.
  • Everybody Has Lots of Sex
  • Everyone Is Bi: Seemingly no one is immune to the siren call of a threesome with Alec and Betty.
    • Subverted somewhat by the fact that Bugs seems utterly uninterested in Alec, and only has a threesome with him in order to have sex with Betty Boop.
  • Extreme Omnisexual: Betty and Alec seem willing to have sex with anyone. Except for Betty's father:
"This is one problem you can't threesome your way out of."
"It's really great that nothing bad is going to happen to us ever again."
  • Toontown: Even the characters aren't fully sure whether they're humans or cartoons.
  • Unreliable Narrator: Alec. First, played for laughs at the end of part 3 when it's revealed he was never actually married to Betty Boop, and then played for drama later on as he portrays his new girlfriend as gradually being gradually morphed in his head into Betty Boop.
  • Wham Line: in strip #182
"I’m so glad I met you, Betty."
  • Wingding Eyes: Alec gets them a lot when thinking about his wife.


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