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As our heroes' pizza delivery business continues to grow, Jon comes up with a fabulous new gimmick: invite four lucky winners to tour the Mystic Pizza headquarters and see the inner workings of a bona fide home business. But will a jealous competitor use this as a golden opportunity to put a kibosh on their kitchen?




A mockup of the poster to the 2005 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp.


This story is part of an arc: 1 2 3

Episode #: 709

Issue #: 81

Release Date: Mar 31, 2012

Title: "Mystic Pizza"

Story (out of 24 pages): 7 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


Jon reveals his big plan: a contest in which four pizza boxes lids are printed with golden tickets. Four winning children will be allowed to tour the Mystic Pizza kitchens. This sparks an immediate flurry in town, and soon everyone is buying pizza, hoping to score the coveted ticket.

Within days three of the four winners are named: pudgy, eternally-hungry Heinrich Baumferkel of Dusseldorf, Germany; Tyrone Pepper, a streetwise kid from Detroit, Michigan, and rapacious gum-chewer Petunia Belvedere, who hails from a small Alabama town.

However, the combination of a hectic, grueling production schedule and the machinations of a mysterious shadowy man threaten to make things even hotter for our pizza-baking buddies....


The plot of the story is based on the Roald Dahl story "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", and its 1971 and 2005 film adaptations. In particular, the four kids who win tickets to tour the Mystic Pizza kitchens are based on Mike Teavee, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, and the greedy Augustus Gloop (though Veruca is rewritten as an African-American boy with some aspects of Mike added, and Charlie is omitted entirely). The shadowy man essentially plays the part of jealous competitor Author Slugworth, who was peripheral at best in the first film and barely seen in the later one.


Title: "The Sister's Lament: A Rock Musical"

Story (out of 24 pages): 4 p.

Writer: none given

Penciller: none given

Letterer: none given

Colorist: none given


Marcie remembers in song (set to the tune of "MacArthur Park") the day Jon first got Buddy.

This musical number was originally conceived and written for "Freely's Flim-Flam Film Scam", but was cut for lack of space.


Title: "Pest of the Pecos"

Story (out of 24 pages): 11 p.

Writers: Jahnesta T. Owen

Pencils: Matt W. Jeschonek

Lettering: J. Antwon Shea

Colorist: Newton E. Haas


Tony Moneran's hayseed cousin Three-Gun (
"Riled Riled West") comes to town for a visit and turns city-slicker Monty's life topsy-turvy with his backwards wild-west ways.


There are two page of filler in this issue:

"Love At First Sight Gag." Tony Moneran tries to pick up someone at a bar.

"Limbo Crock." Jon shows how low he can go in a limbo contest.

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