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Greg is eating his lunch, and doing mental math about his chunky comics. His chunky comics are small, sturdy, and costs 25 cents.
Greg is admiring his dads antique comic books that are worth over ten thousand dollars. Greg got his idea of chunky comics from his Dad's collection. He loves comics, and he loves to read and draw the pictures for his comics.
Greg is making his own chunky comics in which he looked up the steps to make a comic in an encyclopedia. First, he had to write the story. Second, he had to sketch his pictures and label the back of each mini page with a number.
Thirdly, Greg has to paste his pages in the order that he would like them to be in. Then, he does the same for the other pieces of paper. After that, Greg has to print and press his copies onto a piece of paper. Then he has to cut, and staple his pages together. Finally, he just repeat's the steps.
Greg is tackling the printer and stuffing pieces of ruined paper inside of the trash because he is frustrated that it is hard work . He finally found out how to fit all sixteen pages in the printer correctly. It took him at least forty tries to finally to get his printed copy.
On a hot night of July, Greg has finally finished his first printing of chunky comics. Greg felt so proud that he had finally made his chunky comic book.
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