LNH: Classic LNH Adventures #41: The Crimes of the Brotherhood Part Four
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Sat Jan 27 20:53:24 PST 2018
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> "Chris Gumprich Must Die!"
> By Mike Friedman
> (Ed. note to the ASPCA: Chris Gumprich appears nowhere in this
> issue and this title is only used as a joke, and in no way has
> Chris been harmed in the making of this book.)
I see. X3
> Nit-Pick Lad awoke from his slumber after having his suitcase
> thrown upon his stomach. He looked up and saw a figure moving
> around in the light. The BRIGHT light.
> Trux continued his rant, _Fine then. See if I go with you to beat
> up this... What was his name, again?_
> "Chris G-something or another. He supposedly reviews comics or
> something," she replied.
> A lone man sat in the back of a cab in the middle of suburban
> America. He seemed to be deep in thought.
> "This is the best idea that I think I've ever had," he thought
> to himself, "While the rest of the Brotherhood is planning big
> crimes in Net.tropolis and the big cities, Polybag Person is
> going to strike it rich committing thousands and thousands of
> petty crimes in the holiest of holy lands--SUBURBIA!"
> The cabbie turned to Polybag Person, "So, do you have relatives
> in Lafay.net? Or are you just visiting?"
> "Oh I am just," he paused for a second, noticing a comic shop
> on the corner, "Uh...I am just VISITING! HAHAHAHAHA!"
> "Hmmf. That's because he didn't call *you* that," she muttered
> in response.
> _Oh yeah. Well, you are a member of the LNH now, you can't just
> go around bashing people's heads in with broken beer bottles just
> because they don't like you._
> "Everybody should like me," she grumbled.
> Spite Grrrl kneeled down beside him, examining the wound, "Damn!
> I'm so sorry. I didn't mean it! Honest!"
> _Yeah, yeah, yeah. Why don't you just admit that you're in love
> with him already,_ interceded the stuffed raccoon.
...um. X3 I'm going to assume this is a long-term thing, because there's no
evidence of it here~
> "Fabulous First Issue! First Issue Collector's Item! The
> Premiere of a Brand New Hero! Yes, they are all mine! This town
> of Lafay.net has four comic shops per high school student. There
> are so many stores to rob here, and no LNHers venture out to the
> suburbs! When I sell these puppies back, I'll have increased
> profits by nearly 25000%!"
*looks at date of issue* Oh dear. I think someone's bubble is about to pop.
> He turned up the volume, "...also today, in the small suburb of
> Lafay.net, one hundred of the town's 402 comic book shops were
> robbed in what is being dubbed 'The Great Comic Shop Disaster'.
> We have made a nifty logo for our news coverage, which will last
> around the night..."
Isn't this going to be a big enough thing to get the attention of the LNH?
> "Well, just because you have a hotel doesn't invalidate your
> status as the so called 'Comic Capital' does it?"
> "Nope. But that's different."
> "Why? Why is it any different?"
> "Because they hold comic conventions there everyday."
> TWO MINUTES AND ONE TRASHED COMIC SHOP LATER:
> "So," Nit-Pick Lad continued, "His dumb, know-nothing attitude was
> just a clever ruse to make people buy comics, thinking there would
> be no other way to spend their money."
Ah, that makes more sense. X3
> Just then, all three noticed a small kid walk in with a baseball
> bat. From inside, they could here some faint talking. "Okay, man.
> Are you gonna sell me those new comics, or do I have to rough you
> _Jeez. Tough neighborhood,_ thought Trux.
Um. X3 Wow, this era had a lot of Random humor, huh?
Drew "goofball" Perron
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