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And an amazing episode, at that. It is circa season five, and Finn and the Flame Princess F.

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The couple — with Jake, of course — are enjoying a regularly awesome day of existence which is every day in the Land of Ooo and they decide to take a stroll to the super-amazing Carnival Kingdom; which, yes, is every bit as cool as the name implies.

She is adventure time playing with fire led to a room full of orbs containing souls.

She locates Finn's soul and frees it. Jake and Finn are then teleported to Flame Princess, who proceeds to kiss Finn.

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The fortune teller then arrives and tells the trio that the reason he steals souls is because he can feel love as people tries to retrieve the souls. Now that he knows how to love, he has no use for souls anymore. He gives Finn a sword, Jake a pair of 'car shoes' and FP a long-neck stuff toy.

The fortune teller then tells the trio to return all adventure time playing with fire stolen souls. After they have returned all the souls, the trio camps out.

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As they sleep, Flame Princess is uneasy about whether she really can be considered a hero. She approaches a river, sits at the bank, and looks at her reflection.


The reflection ripples and changes into Flame King, who attempts to convince Flame Princess that it is better to be evil. When we provide these products or services, we may give you the opportunity to opt-in to the additional sharing of information with these businesses.


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The show began as something very dada with so many internet references--and this book continues that aesthetic, trading internet references for manga references--but now has real characters who are conflicted about adventure time playing with fire choices.

The art is good, looks like the cartoon, but it feels like it would have been better in color, that it was drawn with the thought it'd be colorized.

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