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The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Two)

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The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Two)
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Comic Story information
Released: August 2010
Comic series: Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book
Pages: 24
Written by: Ian Boothby


The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Two) is a Simpsons Comics story that appears in Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book 2. The chapters of part two are "Funeral For A Friend (Okay, an acquaintance)", "Where There's A Will, There's A "Why?" and "Chapter Six: Even An Android's Dungeon Can Cry!".

Plot[edit]

Chapter Four: Funeral For A Friend (Okay, an acquaintance)[edit]

Comic Book Guy is buried, with his mourners being the Simpsons, Stan Lee and a million online users. At the funeral, Stan Lee is trying to promote his comics, but when he does that they throw him out. Lisa concludes the funeral by playing her saxophone, and all the viewers online are depended by her song. When the funeral is over, the Simpsons visit Krusty Burger.

Chapter Five: Where There's A Will, There's A "Why?"[edit]

Time to reveal Comic Book Guy's testamentary, which he had recorded on a videotape. He talks about his life, both in terms of his collection and in the name of love. Finally, on the tape, he asks his lawyer to throw a Radioactive Man doll in the air and whoever catches it becomes the owner of the store. By mistakes, Marge catches the doll. At first, she is reluctant to run a comic book store, but Lisa convinces her to take the chance.

Chapter Six: Even An Android's Dungeon Can Cry![edit]

Marge changes the store to "The Android's Play Room", and removed all occultly and violent comics, and stopped selling baseball cards because she believes that most players are taking drugs. She only sells cute things, and no one except Nelson likes the new store. The geeks in Springfield search on the Internet if they can download comic books, as they can not find any in Springfield. On several forums, they notice that nobody makes sarcastic remarks about them online and realize that Comic Book Guy made ​​all the Internet's snarking in different names, and that the Internet is now an online utopia. The rumor spread, and directors in Hollywood starting to make movies they always wanted to do because no one writes bad reviews about them. When Russ Cargill found out about this, that they have lost their snarking, he tells the president that it was the only thing that stopped people from having an actual open exchange of ideas and beliefs. The president then closes down the entire Internet, and all the geeks have a problem when they can't talk with each other online, and must now do it in the real world. They then find out that half of the geeks believe that nerds are condescending words and geeks are not that and vice versa. This leads to a war between two groups of geeks. Russ finds out what's going on in Springfield and goes to talk about it with Mayor Quimby, but the war has already begun.


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