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Oveur the Amazing
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Season
Issue

8
Between 1 and 2
Issue number
71.5
Characters
Oveur
Samus
The Writer
Ridley
Locations
Samus's room
Fights
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Deaths
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Oveur the Amazing is a joke issue, considered a special. It is labeled as "Issue 71.5" and would theoretically take place between issues 71 and 72, however, the plot is clearly non-canon.

PlotEdit

The "issue" begins with Samus and the Writer (who has devil horns and a pitchfork) stranded "in the middle of nowhere". Suddenly, "Super Oveur", which is Oveur wearing a cape, flies down and says he will save Samus from evil, proceeding to shoot the Writer in the head. Ridley then shows up and and says that he was going to attack Samus, but now that Oveur has shown up, Ridley doesn't stand a chance. Samus then asks Oveur if he wants to come to her "games room", and points to the door leading to it. Then enter, and the word "games" on the door falls off to reveal "bed", making the real word "bedroom". From this point on the camera remains outside the door, not showing the reader what is going on inside. Oveur says that he thought the room was a games room, and Samus says it is. Strange noises can then be heard as Samus and Oveur agree that what they are playing is a fun game, and then Oveur says that she hit his chute with her ladder, implying that they are playing Chutes and Ladders.

TriviaEdit

  • This issue clearly takes place in Oveur's imagination, as none of the events in the story (Oveur flying, Oveur killing the Writer, Ridley fearing Oveur, Samus and Oveur having sex) would ever happen in the real comic.
  • The plot (a normally made fun of character becoming powerful and feared) is reminiscent of the joke episode of Red vs Blue, "Episode 45.9-The Greatest Episode Ever", in which Simmons becomes a hero who can fly and defeat enemies easily. The episode had been made entirely by Simmons' voice actor, Gustavo Sorola, and used cheap paper cutouts instead of actual Halo footage.
T3H Metroid Galaxy
Volume 1-Original Series
Season 1 (1-10) - Season 2 (11-20) - Season 3 (21-30) - Season 4 (31-40) - Season 5 (41-50) - The End!
Volume 2-T3H New Edition
Season 6 (51-60) - Season 7 (61-70) - Season 8 (71-80) - Season 9 (81-90) - Season 10 (91-100) - Issue 100
Volume 3-T3H Series Continues
Season 11 (101-110) - Season 12 (111-120) - Season 13 (121-130) - Season 14 (131-140) - Season 15 (141-150) - The Final Showdown
Volume 4-T3H Continuation
Season 16 (151-160)
T3H Metroid Galaxy: The Future Writer Chronicles
Issue 1 - Issue 2 - Issue 3 - Issue 4 - Issue 5 - Issue 6 - Issue 7 - Issue 8 - Issue 9 - Issue 10
Main Characters
Heroes: Samus - Oveur - The Writer
Allies/Anti-Heroes: Mother Brain - Ridley - Kraid - Dracog - Pickett - Bad Grammar Boy - Anonymous - Master Chief - The Arbiter
Villains: The Future Writer - Dark Samus - Sykes - The High Prophet of Truth - Cronal - Davy Jones
Spinoff Characters: Sammy - Richard
Minor Characters
List of minor characters - The Creator - The Hunter - Space Pirates - Chuck Norris - Trace - Kanden - Spire - Weavel - Sylux - Noxus - The Sage of Knowledge - Rundas - Ghor - Gandrayda - Stupid, Stupider, Scott, and Steve - The Kraken
Sequels and Spin-offs
T3H Metroid Galaxy 2 - 1 Year of Craziness - 2 Years of Stupidity - T3H Zelda Galaxy
Special Issues
Oveur the Amazing (Issue 71.5) - Samus and the Wii - T3H Super Smash Bros. Galaxy - Trailers - Recap - Deleted Scenes - Shorts
Other Articles
Timeline - Locations - Vehicles - Pop culture references - Running gags - Tropes - Format - Featured Metroid games - Stick World

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