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Move over, Poppa John. Be ready to fall, Domino's. Good luck, Chuck E. Cheese. The gang decides to open their own speedy pizza delivery service, and you can trust it'll have lots of crust. There's a lot of pizza places out there, but these guys have 'em beat wi-chease. You never sausage a thing in your life. This thing may well mushroom out of control. And remember, this issue will be delivered in thirty days or less, or your next comic book is free!


Episode #: 709

Issue #: 81

Release Date: Feb 28, 2012

This story is part of an arc: 1 2 3

Title: "Mystic Pizza"

Story (out of 24 pages): 20 p.

Writers: J.M. Sweet and Jonah K. Eastman

Pencils: Kenton "J.C." Washam and J.M. Sweet

Lettering: Shane T. Eaton

Colorist: Theo "Jet" Swann


The story opens with Josh and Jon arriving at Libido's International Pizza to find that they'll be shut down for remodeling for the next three months. They try to make do with frozen pizzas, but no one likes it. With their favorite teen hangout temporarily closed, the Warriors find themselves with no place else to go on the weekends and nowhere to get a decent slice...until Marcie casually suggests that, using an old secret family recipe, they could make a better pizza than those store-bought ones. They quickly glom on to this idea, and soon Mystic Pizza is born. Its motto is, "No topping too out there!"

The business quickly takes off, striking a chord with pizza lovers all over the tri-county area and making money hand over fist. Jon then reveals he's been working on a plan guaranteed to double their business within days....


The title comes from the 1988 teen film about two sisters who work as waitresses in a small Midwestern pizza parlor. The movie starred Annabeth Gish, Julia Roberts, and Conchata Ferrell, and features the debut of a young Matt Damon. The name for the new business is picked by Chance. He names it in honor of Molina (still recovering from the events of "Strange Bedfellows"), which the others enthusiastically accept.

page 10. The "Pizza Guy" musical number is set to the tune of "The Candy Man Can" from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", although the spoken-word lead-in to the song is more at "Ya Got Trouble" from The Music Man--in particular, Josh's rhyming and the gang's rhythmic, repetitive chanting.

page 18. One of the pizza orders comes from a surfer-type voice speaking out of a manhole cover, a nod to Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In many incarnations, particularly the 1988 cartoon, these teen terrapins are noted for having an extreme love of pizza.


Title: "Joshua Cline's Experiment File #786286: The Tanner Turner"

Story (out of 24 pages): 3 p.

Writer: no credits given

Penciller: no credits given

Letterer: no credits given

Colorist:no credits given


Josh invents a revolutionary new tanning bed guaranteed to give an even all-over tan...but he may get burned badly on this deal.


There is one page of filler in this issue:

"Dr. Belch's Gag Bag/Mime Games." Characters play out random short gags; a mime acts out scenarios that end with a literal physical gag.

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