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The Three Mushketeers
|The Three Mushketeers|
|Debut||October 22, 2010|
|Latest Issue||Comic 150|
The Three Mushketeers | AT5M
The Three Mushketeers is a comedic adventure sprite comic made by Puddin. Princess Peach has been kidnapped but Mario and Luigi are too busy saving Princess Daisy in Sarasaland. It is now up to the wits of three unlikely heroes to travel through the Macadamia Realm and find seven special Shine Sprites. The quest starts with Puddin, Gupdoo and Solar Blaze, but after Gupdoo dies, Neptune takes her place. The series concluded on August 23, 2011.
Appearances and Locations
- Oprah Winfrey - Puddin is transformed into her in Comic 5 and stays "Oprahfied" until Comic 10. She is also briefly seen in Comic 22.
- David Caruso - Suddenly shows up in Comic 7 and is briefly seen in Comic 22, portraying Horatio Caine from CSI: Miami both times. He is also briefly seen in Comic 137.
- Patrick Stewart - Appears unexpectedly in Comic 9 and is briefly seen in Comic 22, portraying Captain Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation both times. He is also briefly seen in Comic 137.
- The Count - Comically appears in Comic 12 to count Goombas, and briefly seen in Comic 22. He is also briefly seen in Comic 137.
- Bugs Bunny - Arrives demanding pay in Comic 13, and is briefly seen in Comic 22.
- Gary Oak - Arrives, blocking a Dryite merchant, in Comic 30.
- Sanford and Son - Both appear briefly on a television screen in Comic 38.
- Morshu the Shopkeep - Introduced as a clerk in Comic 39.
- SpongeBob SquarePants - Invites the Mushketeers "Jellyfish" with him in Comic 41.
- Ash Ketchum - Is shown randomly in Comic 45.
- Bulbasaur - Is shown randomly in Comic 45.
- Sebastian the Crab - Appears attempting to sing a musical number in Comic 47.
- Leon Schuster - Is seen in Neptune's thought bubble during Comic 64, portraying Mr. Bones(not to be confused with Mr bones)
- Geico Gecko - Briefly arrives in Comic 67, defending his car insurance company. He also appears in Comics 108 and 137.
- Elsie from LawForKids - Seen saying "sorry" in Comic 70.
- Veronica Crabtree - Is seen in prison in Comic 70.
- Bilbo Baggins - Is seen in prison in Comic 70.
- Dan Forden - Pops up for a brief moment in Comic 75, exclaiming "Toasty!"
- Timmy Turner - Is shown randomly in Comic 99.
- Cosmo & Wanda - Both are shown randomly in Comic 99, disguised as a Magikoopas.
- Mai and Shu - Both appear alongside Gamefreak75 in Comic 105.
- King Yemma - His face is shown when he speaks with Puddin in Comic 122.
- Homer Simpson
- Dr. Phil - Briefly mentioned by Solar Blaze in Comic 6.
- Fred Flintstone - Briefly mentioned by Gupdoo in Comic 8.
- Stewie Griffin - Briefly mentioned by Gupdoo in Comic 10.
- Robotnik - Briefly mentioned by Ultra Mario in Comic 25.
- Inspector Gadget - Briefly mentioned by Tigertot in Comic 32.
- Kirby - Briefly thought about by Puddin in Comic 69.
- Emperor Pilaf - Mentioned by Mai and Shu in Comic 105.
- Pit - His name is used by Solar Blaze in place of a familiar exclamation in Comic 116.
- Shigeru Miyamoto - His name is used by Solar Blaze in place of a familiar exclamation in Comic 128.
- The title is a satire of Alexadre Dumas' novel, The Three Musketeers.
- When Gupdoo3 says "Goombas, yum" in Comic 5, it is a reference to Yoshi's "FIREBALLS, YUM" in the Super Mario World cartoon.
- In The Three Mushketeers, FireBabyLuigi11 casts spells by saying the desired outcome backwards, as seen in Comics 11-12.
- New Super Mario came up with the name for Comic 23 and deserves a thank-you.
- The characters who appear in Comic 27 are female counterparts of The Three Mushketeers and SpinyMaster347. Illuminati/Yogurt is the Magikoopa, Poseidon is the Bowser-esque one, Lunar Blaze is the Ember and Cleft Master is the human. Also laying knocked out next to them in Comic 27 are four Fishin' Boos. Cleft Master returned in Comic 86, and the unnamed female counterparts returned in Comic 95, the Valentine's special.
- Comic 29 is a tribute to the Adam West Batman from the 1960's.
- Comic 37 has a Dexter's Laboratory homage. Additionally, the slap sequenced is modeled after the "objection dialogue in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
- Puddin's song in Comic 49 is a parody of The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
- Comic 50 is a tribute to It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
- Comic 51 is a reference to a Rugrats episode featuring Stu Pickles with a similar face.
- The therapy room shown in Comic 57 is based on the Puddin & Life Shroom Hospital from Trolls' Island, but the actual location for the therapy room is in the land's Shiver City.
- Dr. Toadley's change in appearance in Comic 60 is due to a graphical mistake by the author in Comics 18 and 19.
- Glitz City, the location mentioned in Comic 60, and seen in Comics 62 and up should not be confused with Glitzville, although it is very similar.
- The scene in Comic 61 is a parody of the FX censorship of Snakes on a Plane.
- The IBM logo is seen stamped on the prison toilets in Comic 70 for unknown reasons.
- The enclosed instruction book in Comic 71 is a reference to Hotel Mario.
- The first fight the Three Mushketeers have in the Glitz Lift starting in Comic 74 is with Koopa Troopa versions of Ed, Edd n Eddy.
- Comic 75 is a tribute to the Mortal Kombat series, with "Toucality" being a parody of different forms of Fatalities such as "Friendship" and "Babality."
- The situation beginning in Comic 76 is a nod to Paper Mario 2.
- The background used at the end of Comic 81 is from Fairly Odd Parents: Enter the Cleft.
- Most of Tucayo's dialogue in Comic 85 is from Grubba in Paper Mario 2.
- Puddin is singing Milkshakein Comic 91, despite the fact he dislikes the song.
- When Prince Mush exclaims that he has been "slobbered" in Comic 92, it is a reference to Mario's line during an episode of the Super Mario World cartoon.
- Comic 93 is a Scooby-Doo reference. Also, the heroes are depicted as realistic photographs in the third panel.
- Comic 97 is a parody of the famous Who's on First? sketch.
- In Comic 109, Puddin is colored like Tom Smith, the fish on SpongeBob SquarePants who yelled "CHOCOLATE!" throughout an episode.
- Solar Blaze's exclamation in Comic 116 is not a typo.
- The chant Scorpion tries to begin in Comic 129 is Tingle's: "Kooloo-Limpah!"