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Elementary, my dear Luigi.
It's 'a me, Sherlock Homes.
@Danny8bit: This sounds like how characters brainstorm in video game based comic books. Keep up the good work! :D
Something fishy indeed... And not just the tuna sandwich in their lunchbox.
Also happy π (pi) day!
those goshdarn koopas
DUN DUN DUUUUUN.
Fighter Flies would probably be better fighters if they opened their eyes.
Dat Fighter Fly.
No Luigi, it's clearly the Fighter Fly cuz he has wings and none of the others do.
Oh god, the suspense, can't wait to see what happens next.
This seems odd, how do Luigi and Mario know the names of the enemies?
@Master_72: How do we know the names of wasps, scorpions, and piranhas? Same type of thing, dude.
@Danny8bit: Simple. On the battle screen when it's your turn, hover over the creature and you'll see the species' name.
@Alienoid: kids these days and their fancy schmancy RPG logic :d
Ha ha ha detective Weegee right there xD
this is a little random, but I just realized it's insanely fun to read this comic aloud in an italian accent. Just make sure you do it alone, or everyone in the room will look at you like you're crazy XD
I was wondering what that green blob was in the first panel
@Danny8bit I like how that Mario and Luigi figured that those Monsters from Mario Bros. were sent by an evil force (AKA King Bowser Koopa), but I've got a question for both you and Jamesman... would that imply that "Mario Bros." and "Super Mario Bros." was suppose to take place in the same universe? I had a headcanon once, it was involving "Donkey Kong '94" for the Game Boy". In the end of the game, Mario and Pauline (NOT the original Jumpman and Lady, who were actually Mario's parents, according to Dafawfulizer's Mario Timeline Theory, before MatPat took the credit) were standing in the Mushroom Kingdom at the end of the game before the end credits. It was said that "World 8: Rocky Valley" and "World 9: Tower" were part of the Mushroom Kingdom, according to "Super Mario Wiki". Also, DK Jr is not Cranky's son because of DK's tie in the same gameboy game I mentioned before; It was Miyamoto's idea to give DK a tie to begin with. Maybe in "Donkey Kong Jr." Mario stripped DK of his title after all the torture Mario went through in "Donkey Kong 94."
@I hate being a: Cukcoo Crazy, that is.
@Sike: Yeah, definitely.