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Greg is looking into his red box at the money that he got from selling his chunky comics. He has $15.50, and his sales goal is 25 dollars for the first week.
Greg loves looking at his dads antique comics. Greg has a few newer ones, but his dad's are better. His collection is worth 10,000 dollars.
Greg is doing the ten steps that he needs to do in order to make a chunky comic. He has to write a story that can be told on a twelve to fourteen mini comic pages, draw the characters in perfectly, use a copier to print out the small images, and then fold, staple, and trim them. They are tough to make but he keeps trying.
One tough challenge Greg faces is how he should his make characters. Creon should be a caveman type guy that is super strong. Eon should have to protect people from galactic monsters. And, Leon should be able to go to the past or future with his watch that got burned into him.
At the end, they should all have a final episode together called Creon, Eon, and Leon Past, Present, Future. "Perfect!!"
Greg is so proud of himself for making a whole Chunky Comic without any help. This is the best moment of his life!
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