Verbosius & Grafic's Superbly Sub-optimal Timing

I’m not exactly sure how this effects story continuity, but I’m 100% certain the teleporter also doubling as a time machine has some pretty serious implications for my upcoming sci-fi novel. What I’m saying is time travel can only end in a series of grandfather paradoxes that never make any sense in the end.

This raises so many questions:

Is this episode of begood & Honeybun a reference to my novel, or is the sculpture that’s gonna be in my novel a reference to this episode of begood & Honeybun? But how can the chicken lay the egg that hatches the same chicken that laid the egg, ya know?

Does the comic turn into “The Adventures of Verbosius the Wordy and Grafic Novel” when begood and Honeybun are pretending to be their superantihero alter-egos? And why doesn’t begood refuse to capitalize his name when he’s Verbosius? Plus, why would the duo go to enlightenment-era Italy if they don’t speak Italian?

I think Grafic Novel might have a drinking problem too… how much have you had to drink, Honeybun?

These misinformed miscreants really need to mull the consequences of their mischief over a little more or they may make all existence turn into mayhem. Then again, if they they they thought things through, they wouldn’t be the superantiheroes Facebook doesn’t particularly want or need right now, would they?

(IMPORTANT FOOTNOTE: “Mia scultura devi fare ammenda!!!” translates to “You need to fix my sculpture!!!”)

“Mia scultura devi fare ammenda!!!” translates to “You need to fix my sculpture!!!”

“Mia scultura devi fare ammenda!!!” translates to “You need to fix my sculpture!!!”

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