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Turbo-neckbeard unearths lost proto-Garfield comics from the mid-70s

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Dave Seville is living with the emotional and financial fallout after the tragic and abrupt deaths of Alvin, Simon, and Theodore several years prior. Their passing ripped a black hole in his heart. The money he had through managing their musical group quickly dried up after taking to gambling and drink. Now, Dave Sevelle living alone and in debt, struggles with a lack of coping skills and suicidal thoughts.

 

Meanwhile, John Arbuckle is living through his own personal hell. His beloved companion, Garfield, was fatally hit by an automobile. In shock, John finds himself in a deep state of grief and rage. He struggles to cope with his anger, and lashes out at his dog, Odie. He develops a lasagna addiction, Garfield's favorite meal, as a desperate last ploy to feel closeness to Garfields fading memory. He finds himself becoming more hopeless and overweight

 

Be it by chance or fate, these two men meet. Through their shared pain, they develop a friendship like no other. They learn to cope, look back fondly on their passed loved ones, and learn to love and laugh again.

 

They have a beautiful 6 months together, but John's lasagna addiction catches up with him... The cheese has congealed and hardened his arteries. The diagnosis shocks the new couple to their core. John has developed terminal lasagnatis.

 

Through what they have endured and through their love and support, they get on with strength and perseverance. Dave breaks down one night knowing John's time is running out.

He finally goes into Alvin, Simon, and Theodore's room, a place he hasnt entered in years. He sobs as he sifts through their old records and belongings. There, he finds an unfinished recording; the last song they were working on before their demise. Alvin would often desceibe it as their masterwork, and would not let Dave hear it until it was finished. Knowing he cant listen to it alone, Dave takes it to show John, but John is unresponsive on the floor in a puddle of secreting mozzarella and bolognese.

 

At the hospital, John gains a bit of consciousness. The doctors have told them that the cheese has formed into brick cheese. He has hours left. Dave tells John about the unfinished record. He's afraid to listen to it and go on without John. John tells Dave that they have been through too much and both learned they can go on after such hardship. He gives Dave a poem he wrote about Garfield and dies.

 

Dave cries but knows John is right. He goes home and after a few weeks, finishes the song using Johns poem. He calls the song, Garfield and the Chipmonks. The song becomes a world wide phenomenon and Dave knows he can carry on

 

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1 hour ago, hotdogman said:

 

Dave Seville is living with the emotional and financial fallout after the tragic and abrupt deaths of Alvin, Simon, and Theodore several years prior. Their passing ripped a black hole in his heart. The money he had through managing their musical group quickly dried up after taking to gambling and drink. Now, Dave Sevelle living alone and in debt, struggles with a lack of coping skills and suicidal thoughts.

 

Meanwhile, John Arbuckle is living through his own personal hell. His beloved companion, Garfield, was fatally hit by an automobile. In shock, John finds himself in a deep state of grief and rage. He struggles to cope with his anger, and lashes out at his dog, Odie. He develops a lasagna addiction, Garfield's favorite meal, as a desperate last ploy to feel closeness to Garfields fading memory. He finds himself becoming more hopeless and overweight

 

Be it by chance or fate, these two men meet. Through their shared pain, they develop a friendship like no other. They learn to cope, look back fondly on their passed loved ones, and learn to love and laugh again.

 

They have a beautiful 6 months together, but John's lasagna addiction catches up with him... The cheese has congealed and hardened his arteries. The diagnosis shocks the new couple to their core. John has developed terminal lasagnatis.

 

Through what they have endured and through their love and support, they get on with strength and perseverance. Dave breaks down one night knowing John's time is running out.

He finally goes into Alvin, Simon, and Theodore's room, a place he hasnt entered in years. He sobs as he sifts through their old records and belongings. There, he finds an unfinished recording; the last song they were working on before their demise. Alvin would often desceibe it as their masterwork, and would not let Dave hear it until it was finished. Knowing he cant listen to it alone, Dave takes it to show John, but John is unresponsive on the floor in a puddle of secreting mozzarella and bolognese.

 

At the hospital, John gains a bit of consciousness. The doctors have told them that the cheese has formed into brick cheese. He has hours left. Dave tells John about the unfinished record. He's afraid to listen to it and go on without John. John tells Dave that they have been through too much and both learned they can go on after such hardship. He gives Dave a poem he wrote about Garfield and dies.

 

Dave cries but knows John is right. He goes home and after a few weeks, finishes the song using Johns poem. He calls the song, Garfield and the Chipmonks. The song becomes a world wide phenomenon and Dave knows he can carry on

 

why isn't google giving me any results for this

you're scaring me man

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9 hours ago, Dr. Strangelove said:

why isn't google giving me any results for this

you're scaring me man

I wanted to gift everyone a GNFNR exclusive

 

 

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10 minutes ago, magisme said:

When do we get evader's mash-up of fat Axl and fat Garfield?

Seems a bit Leftfield 

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Man, proto-Garfield was ugly as hell.  Looks like he has face cancer with that giant lumpy mass hanging down.   Yick.

 

I enjoyed the shit out of Garfield in the 80s.

 

Anyone remember the graphic novel/animated special "Garfield's Nine Lives?"  It was the only Garfield book not in the children's section in the library.

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10 minutes ago, EstrangedTWAT said:

 

Anyone remember the graphic novel/animated special "Garfield's Nine Lives?"  It was the only Garfield book not in the children's section in the library

Yup. 

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Lorenzo Music.....RIP.

 

Lorenzo Music voices Garfield....then voices Peter Venkman on the Ghostbusters cartoon cause they'd never get Bill Murray in a million years.....Lorenzo Music dies and Bill Murray ends up voicing Garfield in the shitty CGI movie, cause he thought he was making a Coen brothers movie.

 

Life is stranger than fiction.

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