Major League Chew, Part 4 of 5 last edited by mshirley27 on 11/23/19 10:29AM View full history

'MAJOR LEAGUE CHEW,' Part Four This issue we give new meaning to the phrase 'death by chocolate.'

The issue opens up with Hershel Brown, a food sculptor, entering his chocolate Samurai in a butter contest. However, when the judges tell him he is disqualified because it is a chocolate sculpt, Hershel goes nuts and takes his chocolate sword and kills all the contestants and the judges. Elsewhere, Olive Chu is preparing to leave her Aunt and Uncles' care once again to continue her training with Mason Savoy and Caesar. Savoy tells Olive that Hershel Brown is a xocosalpere -- a person that has the ability to create weapons out of chocolate. As he continues to explain more about Brown and his whereabouts, the team arrive at the meeting location where Brown is about to sell his chocolate laser gun to Russian Terrorist. When the terrorist refuse to pay Brown, and Brown kills one of the Russian for not paying him, Savoy steps in to save Brown and sends Olive to get Brown to safety. However, even through the efforts of Savoy and Olive, Brown is eventually killed by the terrorist -- whom shot Hershel with the laser gun, right before Savoy could throw a knife to his head.

Though Olive was extremely close to Brown when they were escaping she survived because she drunk some of a kung fu master's blood before they arrived to stop Brown and his plans. Savoy said to Olive in their conversation: "What you consume, you can become!" In the end, after all the chaos, Olive was seen taking a bite out of Brown's arm, she then started to carve a knife out of chocolate. Signifying that she now has the powers of a xocosalpere.



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Highly Recommended!Al Bundy makes a cameo appearance in this, the fourth part of the current CHEW arc, "Major League Chew". Okay, so it isn't actually a cameo, but he is one of the main background subtleties that makes this series great. In fact, THIS is why the series is so fantastic. For me anyway. This level of detail, combined with the already scrumptious stories being told by my favorite creative team, make it the best ongoing series I am reading today. Maybe ever. I am constantly blown awa...

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