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I think this marks planetary-villain-nuking-attack number… 3, at least?
Iggy Popp and Willie Nelson?
Am I starting to imagine things or this story is one of the few who are making sense and actually appear to have an actual plot to follow?
All Fwinky-based onomatopoeia must start with ‘fw’, yeah?
It’s like the scientist was -beaming Fwinky commercials- into Axe Cop’s house so that the dogs would see them and want to be on his team . . .
Also, it is good to see that this -awesome computer- has levers, as no computer can -be- awesome until such is the case!
ALSO, are the cats wearing leaves because they are -witch doctors-?
Is it ok if I root for the villains until they do something actually bad?
Iggy Pop and James Williamson, maybe?
Is that Dr. McNinja in the fwinky tornado?
DNA testing? Does this mean the scientist is not going to discover at some opportune moment that there is another ultimate technique that Fwinky Dog has yet to learn?
Siberian Witch Doctor Cat Brothers? How does Malachai come up with this stuff?
Fwinky Dog’s “Poison Fwinky Attack” reminds me of those insane old Hostess Fruit Pie ads with Golden Age superheroes throwing pies at villains…some are archived here: http://www.seanbaby.com/hostess.htm
Death by Fwinky…. XD
@J-R: We decided to do a story about dogs, so the logical bad guy was cats. But Malachai is specific… notice the only dog that is a generic kind of dog is Ralph Wrinkles, because he is based on a toy. The other dogs are breeds… a pug, a chihuahua and an english Bulldog. Malachai pays attention to those details. So he made sure to specify that the cats are siberian cats, which is a breed. He had also been on a witch doctor kick for some reason and he decided that was their thing.
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