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Webcomic profile: Childhood's End
Childhood's End
The Toymaker Assassination Saga
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong Language
Language: English
Genre: Drama
Activity status: Discontinued/Completed
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 6th Jan 2019, 10:08 PM
Number of comics: 64
Number of subscribers: 22
Visitors: 3481 visitors (18321 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (188 votes)

Webcomic description

The fateful final days of the President and Chief Executive Officer of ToyCo, Timothy A. Timmy III.

A heady convergence of Cryptida, Autumn Bay and the Let It Ride Saga.

Updates depending on author’s schedule. Contains intermittent profanity, violence, and cheesecake.

Authors

Chippewa Ghost
Chippewa Ghost
"If it is to be, then it's up to me."

Most recent comments left on Childhood's End

Microraptor
9 days ago
Microraptor
Yep, Call Me Tom did great work here!

(Also, I have to confess that I only know the Bogeyman's appearances in lirvilas' comics, and thus unfortunately have no clue about his original context in Call Me Tom's own work, if he in fact already appeared back there.)
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Microraptor
9 days ago
Microraptor
There is no first name given (and Prof did come up with several members of the Drake family so far), but due to "insider info" I have in this case, I am 90 % sure that this guy here is Joseph Drake.
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Microraptor
9 days ago
Microraptor
Luckily for Bettina, Augustus Alexander is not a member of her family!
(Not that her actual family is any better, though...)
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Microraptor
9 days ago
Microraptor
RIP Stan Lee!

(I actually pondered if I could do a Stan Lee cameo in December 28th too, but unfortunately just around that time my comic was on a winter holiday break.)
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AmeliaP
9 days ago
AmeliaP
It's confirmed, a mother loves anything she gave life to XD
Great short story! It's inspiring because it's so dynamic, a good way to do an online content.
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