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After Katie and Sadie Bug hear about a local legend famous for his honesty, they think telling the painful truth will earn them celebrity status. When feelings get hurt, Strawberry Shortcake must stop the devious duo before berry best friends turn into bitter enemies.
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The storm of the century is brewing and it's headed straight for Berry Bitty City! Strawberry Shortcake tries to prepare for the worst, but her friends need her help. Will she have time to save her cafe from the wrath of Mother Nature?
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The 'Gobbling Goblin' comes to life from a painting and all of Strawberryland is in danger! So Sour Grapes and the Purple Pieman decide to save the day? It's a wacky adventure for Strawberry Shortcake and all of her sweet friends! It's BERRY exciting!
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“The Incredible Treasure Hunt” brings Strawberry, Huckleberry Pie, and Blueberry Muffin face to face with a real live fire breathing DRAGON! And if that’s not bad enough, the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak is there as well! It’ll take a magic wish to get out of this Jam!”
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In “The NEW Strawberry Shortcake”, Strawberry and her friends accidentally use the Wishing Stone left from last issue and they get new outfits! But then the mischievous Berrykins decide to give them a ‘new look’ as well! And the Berry Princess is throwing a Ball that night! And if that’s not enough going on, you know the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak and Sour Grapes are going to complicate things! It’s 21-pages of berry fun action!
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There is quite a discussion amongst her friends as to who is Strawberry Shortcake’s best friend. The Purple Pieman and Sour Grapes overhear and decide to put that information to dastardly use. They lead Strawberry and a berrykin down a path to a very special adventure and a very peculiar land with strange people and customs. ‘The Valley of No Return’! Have the Purple Pieman and Sour Grapes finally found a way to be rid of Strawberry Shortcake forever? Not if her best friends have anything to say about it! It’s 21 pages of sweet fun and surprises!
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Raisin Cane tries to pull a trick on Strawberry Shortcake and her friends, using “The Meanest Book in the World”. And that leads Strawberry and Huckleberry Pie on a crazy adventure on a magical rocking horse in a fairy tale land. Can they escape the evil witch? Or better yet, can they sweeten her up instead?
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Full Color | 68 Screens | Issue 1 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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Full Color | Issue 2 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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Full Color | Issue 3 of 4 Art by Justin Bleep Written by Ken Marcus Colors by Joey Mason Letters by Jacque Nodell The Human Resources department of Super Crises International includes all the ordinary folks behind the comic panels that keep your favorite heroes up and running. They file expense reports for hovercrafts, refill the coffee filters, FedEx out the anti-matter nullifiers and clean up the conference rooms after crossovers gone horribly wrong. In other words, Super Crises International is pretty much like the office you work at. Only stir in a boat-load of circus freaks, with capes, claws and radioactive half-lives. Or as we like to call them, "your co-workers." Welcome to Super Human Resources. Your cube is right this way. "If you ever had a job, Super Human Resources is FUNNY. If you ever liked superheroes, Super Human Resources is VERY FUNNY." - Joe Kelly (Spider-Man, Action Comics, JLA, Deadpool.) "This might be the funniest comic book Man has ever produced. Highly recommended and I give it an A." - Jeff Marsick, Newsarama Best Shots. "Just when you think all possible avenues of the super-hero genre have been covered and recycled to death, a work like this sneaks on by to yank out your funny bone and hit you over the head with it." - Richard Caldwell, ComicNews.Info
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