LIAB Epilogue 18

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Book (LIAB)
Page by page (Epilogue 18)
Panel by panel (Epilogue 18:1)

Page Info [edit]

Turn Number:75 AW
Side's Turn:Night

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Panels: 3
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Panel 1

Aerial view of the city of Spacerock. The Palace Atrium is in flames, and Don King's lone Doombat is flying away.[edit]

His Highness Don King had a bat on the scene
When the City of Spacerock burned.
And he saw his friend Slately charge into the fire,
But Jetstone's King never returned.

He ordered the doombat to flee the inferno,
Then laid down his head and sobbed.
For the banners of gold and the radishes bold
Now showed Stanley of Gobwin Knob.

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Panel 2

Interior of Don King's Office in the Palace of Transylvito. Don is sitting at his desk; his hands are balled fists and he's raised both arms to the ceiling in grief. Bunny Velvetino's back is visible as she watches him yell.[edit]

Don cursed Stanley's name, and spat at his claim
To be "holy" by right of his 'hammer.
But it's hard when you know forty-one turns ago
You lost Bea in a similar manner.

And losing was all Transylvito had done.
Gobwin Knob was advancing unchecked.
Don had lost a few cities, four-fiths of his Shmuckers,
And most of his warlords' respect.

He had gambled on somebody nobody liked
When he made that barbarian Queen.
But when push came to shove, she defected for love,
And igNobly abandoned the scene.

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Panel 3

Interior of Don King's Office in the Palace of Transylvito. Don is sitting at his desk; he's hunched over with his hands around his head in grief. Bunny Velvetino looks at him impassibly and silently from across the desk, with only an arm clutching her elbow as a sign of her own feelings.[edit]

So now the old monarch broke down in his room.
He pounded the table and cried.
And he swore at the Titans, and the man that I love,
And I silently stayed by his side.

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External Link

For the illustrated audiobook of this comic, please follow this external link to youtube: Epilogue 18 - A Poem About a King