(2007)

Wizard Entertainment, 2001 Series
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Volume
8
Price
12.99 USD; 15.99 CAD
Pages
108
Indicia Frequency
yearly
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Not Recommended for All Ages
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Gareb Shamus Enterprises, Inc.
Brand
Wizard
ISBN
0-9778613-7-6 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9780977861378 51299
Editing
Joe Yanarella (Senior Managing Editor); Mel Caylo (Editorial Direction); Mike Searle (Editorial Direction); Zach Oat (Editor); Adam Tracey (Managing Editor); Justin Aclin (Senior Editor)
Color
color
Dimensions
standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock
cardstock cover
Binding
softcover
Publishing Format
collected editions

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

G.I. Joe; Transformers / cover / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Well, is your sister's car single?
Genre
humor
Characters
Cobra Commander; Optimus Prime
Synopsis
Optimus Prime is looking for a woman.
Keywords
action figures; fumetti; station wagon; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Trick or Treat! (Table of Contents: 1)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin
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Genre
humor
Characters
Julie Powers; Katie Powers; Jack Powers; Franklin Richards; Alex Powers; Hulk; Mr. Fantastic; Thor; Iron Man; Silver Surfer; Doctor Doom; Cornelius
Synopsis
The Power kids and Franklin go trick-or-treating together. When Reed has to go, he takes Alex with him, and Hulk continues with the kids. They go to Thor's house, and he is dressed like Green Goblin. Hulk kills him. Iron Man pukes in Katie's bag. Hulk kills Cornelius and uses his head as a mask. Doctor Doom is trying to steal Silver Surfer when they come to his door. Hulk goes to use his bathroom, but instead gets Silver Surfer's powers. The kids are traumatized.
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Keywords
action figures; apples; Big Brown Bag; Budweiser; Butterfinger; candy; fumetti; Halloween; Negative Zone; Shalla Bal; Snickers; Tower Records; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Redneck Rhapsody (Table of Contents: 2)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
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Genre
humor
Characters
Thor; Spider-Man; Doctor Strange; Professor X; Logray; Lumat; Wicket; Luke Duke; Daisy Duke; Bo Duke; Mephisto; May Parker
Synopsis
Thor, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and Professor X head to the woods to live action role play. Elsewhere, the Dukes are blowing up birds and making moonshine. Bo hits himself in the head with a horseshoe, so they leave, allowing the role players to find the booze. Strange leaves in his astral form, and is blown up. Thor is caught, Spider-Man runs, and Professor X gets up and runs too. He's still caught. Spider-Man makes a deal with Mephisto. He takes them all to hell. The Dukes are stuck in school, and Strange and Spider-Man have to play role playing games with Mephisto.
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Keywords
action figures; fumetti; hell; horseshoe; Live Action Role Playing; math; moonshine; school; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Death by Muppet (Table of Contents: 3)

Muppets / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Rob Bricken; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez; Matt Senreich; Doug Goldstein
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Genre
humor
Characters
Fozzie Bear; Zoey; Grover; Elmo; Bert; Ernie; Big Bird; Cookie Monster; Miss Piggy; Swedish Chef; Dr. Bunsen Honeydew; Lew Zealand; Dr. Teeth; Animal; Floyd Pepper; Gonzo; Damon Wayans; Sam; Robin; Rizzo; Gustav; Scooter; Beaker; Captain Link Hogthrob; Dr. Julius Strangepork; Leonard Nemoy; Mr. Peanut; Super Grover; Statler; Waldorf; Crazy Harry; Pillsbury Doughboy
Synopsis
Fozzie prepares the audience for the start of the show. The opening number is sung, but they mix up the name of the show. Kermit introduces the host, Damon Wayans, who is upset that Kermit calls him Marlon. Sam blames the mix-up on the liberals, but it was Robin who mixed up the cue cards. Kermit receives word that control of the show has been returned from the Germans. Beaker goes off his meds, but is remedicated. Wayans is hit by Miss Piggy and walks out, leaving Fozzie to be the host. He tells racist jokes. Crazy Harry kills Statler, to the applause of the audience.
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Keywords
action figures; Coors; Denny's; fourth wall; Fraggle Rock; fumetti; Ghostbusters; Kermit; Marlon Wayans; Sesame Street; sic sempur tyrannis; Twisted Toyfare Theater

Dome and Domer (Table of Contents: 4)

Spider-Man / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez; Matt Senreich; Doug Goldstein
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Genre
humor
Characters
Mysterio; Lizard; Doctor Octopus; Kraven the Hunter; Uatu; Electro; Vulture; Doctor Strange; Namor; Silver Surfer; Mindless One; Dormammu; Missy Elliott; Honey Daniels; Spider-Man; Mrs. Mysterio; Galactus
Synopsis
Mysterio does a stunt where he puts himself in a glass container and suspending it from a chain. He is also frozen in a block of ice. Vulture crashes into him and dies. Strange, Namor, and Silver Surfer watch him on TV. Strange thwarted Dormammu by hiding his keys. Electro shows off his dance moves to get attention. Mysterio sees Spider-Man is sleeping with his wife and tries to escape. Galactus sells him on eBay.
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Keywords
"It's Tricky Song" by Run–D.M.C.; action figures; Collector; eBay; Eternity; fumetti; mint condition; Summer Roberts; The O.C.; TiVo; TV; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Transformers: The Movie (Table of Contents: 5)

Transformers / photo story / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
humor
Characters
Optimus Prime; Hot Rod; Megatron; Ultra Magnus; Spike Witwicky
Synopsis
Optimus Prime tries to kill Megatron. Hot Rod jumps in the way, and Optimus is fatally injured. On his death bed, he gives the matrix of leadership to Ultra Magnus. Optimus starts to recover, so Ultra Magnus smothers him.
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Keywords
action figures; beer run; Deleted Scenes; fumetti; matrix of leadership; pillow; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Hero for Fired! (Table of Contents: 6)

Heroes for Hire / photo story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez; Doug Goldstein; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Mr. McGee; Power Man; Iron Fist; Spider-Man; Northstar; May Parker; Doctor Strange; Silver Surfer; Namor; Iron Man; Thing; Klaw; Whirlwind; Black Panther; Falcon; Baron Zemo; Captain America; Mr. Hyde; Black Goliath
Synopsis
Power Man and Iron fist are fired from Kinkos when they accept a check from a time traveler. They decide to sell their services as heroes. Their first client needs them to get his neighbor's nuts off his lawn, and tries to pay in brownies. They decide to demand payment up front. Iron Man and Thing take their business. The Avengers need their help, so they pay them to take down the Masters of Evil. They are beaten and end up in the hospital.
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Keywords
action figures; fumetti; General Tso's; hospital; Invisible Woman; Iron Chef; Kinkos; nuts; tree; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Van Helsing; Wachowskis

[Imperial Colorguard Detergent] (Table of Contents: 7)

Star Wars / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
humor
Characters
Imperial guards; Darth Snuggles
Synopsis
Imperial guards try detergents with and without color guard.
Keywords
action figures; fabric detergent; fumetti; parody advertisement

As the World Turnbuckles (Table of Contents: 8)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Brutus Beefcake [The Barber]; Ultimate Warrior; Vice President Hunter Hearst; President Vince McMahon; Earthquake; Diamond Dallas Page; Big Bossman; Rey Mysterio; Dia de Los Muertos; Koko B. Ware; Jake Roberts [The Snake]; X-Pac; Irwin R. Schyster; Hulk Hogan [Hollywood]; Ric Flair; Smokey the Bear; Randy Savage [Macho Man]; Dwayne Johnson [The Rock]
Synopsis
Barber and Ultimate Warrior give the news. Hearst declared himself President after hitting McMahon with a chair. There is a commercial break. On the Texas border, Big Bossman is trying to stop luchadores from entering the country. Snake does the pet corner. Hearst attacks economic reporter Schyster. Hogan gives the entertainment report. Flair takes down Smokey the Bear. Savage punches a map of Florida. Rock has a game show. A special bulletin announces Hearst and McMahon are fighting in the ring for the presidency, but Ultimate Warrior interrupts and becomes President.
Reprints
Keywords
"Doom"; "Hogan Knows Best"; "Suburban Commando"; "Three Ninjas High Noon at Mega Mountain"; action figures; CD; Connecticut; Florida; Fragamacrunch; Fritta; fumetti; Junkyard Dog; luchadores; mock commercial; parrot; professional wrestling; snake; TBS; television news; Texas; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; X-Pac 360; XFL

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Mejia, Morse, and Adam Tracey.

Several characters have not been identified.

Walk Like a Man-Wolf (Table of Contents: 9)

Spider-Man / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Man-Wolf; J. Jonah Jameson; Daredevil; Nuke; Hobgoblin [Ned Leeds]; Ben Urich; Spider-Man; Venom; Werewolf by Night; Betty Brant; Robbie Robertson; Tombstone; Scorpion; Jessica Jones
Synopsis
J. Jonah Jameson takes his son Man-Wolf to work with him. He shows him the writers bullpen where Ben Urich has been killed, where the photographers work, and he meets Werewolf by Night and Betty Brant. Man-Wolf kills a flea. Robbie Robertson is in his office being threatened by Tombstone. Jameson takes him to the mad science lab, where he built a Spider-Slayer and Scorpion is studying for his G.E.D. He punches a baby thinking it is Jessica Jones'. Jameson and Man-Wolf hug, Man-Wolf bites him, and Jonah becomes a werewolf too.
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Keywords
"Elektra"; action figures; Brian Michael Bendis; Chili's; Daily Bugle; Fancy Dan; flea; Frederick Foswell; fumetti; G.E.D.; porn; Rafael; Spider-Slayer; The Ox; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; werewolf

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Mejia, Arbona, and Adam Tracey.

Probs & Cons (Table of Contents: 10)

Star Wars / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Jet Fire; Imperial Probe Droid; Sandtrooper; ©; TM; baby; Stromtrooper; Spock; James T. Kirk; Aragorn; Frodo; Gandalf; Legolas; Gimli; Peregrin Took; Adam [He-Man]; Cringer; General Ursus; Nova; Doctor Zaius; Bot-Eyes; Snow Trooper; Scout Trooper
Synopsis
Sandtrooper is monitoring probe droids across space, but he is not notifying anyone when they go offline due to paperwork. One is destroyed by Jet Fire for probing his girlfriend. Another kills © and TM's son before he can be launched off his dying planet. Kirk and a prob prob each other. One falls into a well in the Mines of Moria. A prob lands on Cringer and is transformed instead of him. The last one is captured by apes and escapes. The troopers go for beer and Jet Fire's girlfriend has a prob baby.
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Keywords
action figures; beer; copyright infringement; Costco; Cybertron; Enterprise; fumetti; lasers; Maxum; Mines of Moria; Statue of Liberty; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Penagos, Purdin, and Adam Tracey.

Jet Fire's girlfriend has not been identified.

© and TM's names are a joke. Due to a threatened lawsuit, Toyfare cannot show DC Comics characters in these strips. They are supposed to be Jor-El and Lara.

Get Smart! (Table of Contents: 11)

Hulk / photo story / 9 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Leader; Hulk; Professor X; Thing; May Parker; Spider-Man; Leonard Samson [Doc]; Thaddeus Ross [Thunderbolt]; Glenn Talbot; Abomination; Silver Surfer; Wong; Doctor Strange; Namor; Betty Ross; Bi-Beast; Iron Man; Ultron
Synopsis
The Leader is tired of Hulk's status as handicapped allowing him to get away with things like messing up his groceries while bagging and bad parking. He builds a "de-tard ray" to restore his intelligence. It works, and Hulk goes to Leonard Samson for counseling. He is advised to make amends to those he wronged. He explains to General Ross why he hates him and to Abomination why Marx was wrong. He apologies to the Defenders, has a threesome, and explains to Iron Man the reason for the Hulkbuster armor. When Leader tries to take away his intellect again, Hulk turns the ray on him.
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Keywords
"My Name is Earl"; action figures; aquarium; army; bananas; Bon Jovi; Brides; capitalism; cigarettes; communism; Cornflakes; Cosmopolitan; de-tard ray; Defender's Van; Ding Dongs; dog walking; eggs; Fantasticar; Flash; fumetti; Goldfish crackers; Grammy Awards; grocery store; homosexuality; hot dogs; Hulkbuster Armor; InStyle; Lars Von Trier; Lay's; Lifesavers; Marie Claire; Marx; Michigan; Mountain Dew; Pantheon; Pepsi; Prius; Redbook Woman's Health; Schrodinger's Car; tomatoes; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Penagos, Purdin, and Adam Tracey.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

Hellraiser / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
'That's one Hell of a close shave!'
Genre
humor
Characters
Pinhead
Synopsis
Pinhead endorses Hellrazors.
Keywords
action figures; fumetti; parody advertisement; razors

Sssuper-Sssize Me! (Table of Contents: 13)

G.I. Joe / photo story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Duke; Shipwreck; Beachhead; Snake Eyes; Scarlet; Outback; Airtight; Cobra Commander; Destro; Mindbender; Zartan; Baroness; Dave Thomas Chihuahua; Burger Meister; Dave; Cobra-La; Storm Shadow; Tollbooth; Keel-Haul; Quick Kick; The Fridge; Roadblock; Spirit; Freedom; Chuckles; Raptor; Tomaz; Zamot
Synopsis
Cobra Commander is tired of G.I. Joe constantly destroying Cobra's creations and costing them money. They decide to use American's love of fast food against them. They create a super mascot, Burger Meister, and build a Burger Dome restaurant. Storm Shadow leaves menus on the Joes' windshields to get them to come. Ordering is difficult for Snake Eyes and Roadblock. The Commander is upset to find out he has been left out of meetings, only to find out Burger Meister has staged a coup and taken over the franchise and Cobra. He is given a job passing out fliers.
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Keywords
action figures; Arby's; ball pit; beanie babies; bobblehead; Burger Dome; coffee; coup; curly fries; Dragonball Z; fumetti; Jared; Lifeline; menus; secret sauce; Snow Job; Taco Bell; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Wendy's

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Penagos, Purdin, and Adam Tracey.

Several of the characters have not been identified.

Martha Stewart Living Dead (Table of Contents: 14)

cartoon / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
humor
Characters
Martha Stewart; Zombie Rachel Ray
Synopsis
An ad for Martha Stewart Living Dead magazine.
Keywords
action figures; fumetti; parody advertisement

Indexer Notes

This is a parody of Martha Stewart Living magazine.

The zombie figure is unidentified.

Cantina (Table of Contents: 15)

Star Wars / photo story / 11 pages (report information)

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Genre
humor
Characters
Momaw Nadon; Tessek; Ponda Baba; Nabrun Leids; Labria; Han Solo; Greedo; Bren Derlin; Snow Trooper; Sandtrooper; Stormtrooper; Scout Trooper; Muftak; Myo; Wuher; C-3PO; R2-D2; Luke Skywalker; Emperor Palpatine; Darth Maul; Mace Windu; Zett Jakassa; Kit Fisto; Jocasta Nu; Oola; Draco Malfoy; Swamp Spirit
Synopsis
The troopers are enjoying drinks at a cantina when they find out the second Death Star exploded. They decide to go to the Jedi Academy to get job training. They wish they could learn Sith powers. They play dodgeball and lose badly. They build lightsabers, go to the library, and go to the Jedi formal. They are bullied by the kid Jedis. They go through the trials and get kicked out. They go to Hogwarts.
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Keywords
action figures; alcohol; Amazon.com; Billy Dee Williams; cantina; Death Star; dodgeball; fumetti; Hogwarts; Jedi Academy; lightsaber; Physical Education; Santa Claus; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Several characters are not identified.

American Smeagol (Table of Contents: 16)

Lord of the Rings / cartoon / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
humor
Characters
Smeagol
Synopsis
Smeagol models the fall line of clothing.
Keywords
action figures; American Eagle; clothing; fumetti; parody advertisement

Indexer Notes

This is a parody of the American Eagle store.

Kirk’s Up, Ho's Down (Table of Contents: 17)

Star Trek / photo story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Worf; Geordi LaForge; Jean-Luc Picard; Beverly Crusher; James T. Kirk; Scottie; Alexander Rozhenko; Deanna Troi; Data; William Riker; Wesley Crusher; Vina; George Washington; Benjamin Sisko; Kathryn Janeway; borg; Borg Queen
Synopsis
An energy anomaly leads LaForge to beam aboard Kirk. He got lost when Scotty threw-up on the console. Kirk gives Picard one of his toupees and kills Worf and Alexander for being Klingons. He reprograms Data, fights Riker, and teaches Wesley to be cool. He causes a power drain on the ship when he uses the holodeck. When the Federation is under attack by the Borg, they call in Sisko and Janeway, who he sexually harasses. Kirk beams over to the Cube. He accidentally stops the ship by pulling the Queen's head off. Then he has sex with her.
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Keywords
action figures; anomaly; Black Cyclops; blogging; Borg Cube; Charlie Chaplin; Death Star; ferengi; flux capacitor; fumetti; Helen Keller; Hitler; holodeck; Phoenix; Professor X; sex; sexual harassment; Sic semoes tiberius; Space Lincoln; tea; toupees; transporter; tribbles; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; whales; Whoopi Goldberg

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Sean T. Collins, and Purdin.

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. ["Well, is your sister's car single?"]
    G.I. Joe; Transformers
  2. 1. Trick or Treat!
  3. 2. Redneck Rhapsody
  4. 3. Death by Muppet
    Muppets
  5. 4. Dome and Domer
    Spider-Man
  6. 5. Transformers: The Movie
    Transformers
  7. 6. Hero for Fired!
    Heroes for Hire
  8. 7. [Imperial Colorguard Detergent]
    Star Wars
  9. 8. As the World Turnbuckles
  10. 9. Walk Like a Man-Wolf
    Spider-Man
  11. 10. Probs & Cons
    Star Wars
  12. 11. Get Smart!
    Hulk
  13. 12. ["'That's one Hell of a close shave!'"]
    Hellraiser
  14. 13. Sssuper-Sssize Me!
    G.I. Joe
  15. 14. Martha Stewart Living Dead
  16. 15. Cantina
    Star Wars
  17. 16. American Smeagol
    Lord of the Rings
  18. 17. Kirk’s Up, Ho's Down
    Star Trek
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