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Integration - Silly Stories by vegechan Integration - Silly Stories by vegechan
Silly stories are shared, describing escapades and generally hilarious and embarrassing moments in their past lives as heroes or in the case of Dr. Drakken, a former villain. ... After everyone told a particular story, all the attention turned to Freakazoid (who had yet to share anything). Professor Heiney decided to butt in and excitedly retell one of the best of many encounters Freakazoid had with the evil genius, "The Lobe". 
In a small made-up mountainside village called Schnitzel located in the valley below Professor Heiney's laboratory (not sure if it transpired in Switzerland or somewhere in Germany. I'm leaning toward Germany, but I need to do a little more research to see which works better with my fic). The Professor had previously sent Freak a letter asking him to come help him check out the strange and mysterious cloud hovering around, which had turned anyone who entered it into clown zombies). It was there that The Lobe was using a laser gun and a cloud making machine that looked like a re-purposed golf cart to turn people into clown zombies designed to do whatever Lobe told them to do because he's crazy.

Professor also mentions the odd British Gentleman, Lyal Stanger, that Freak met on the train. This dude who was in town to check out faulty light bulbs or something or other had a trippy old toupee and a boogey in his nose and became one of the unfortunate victims ofthe Lobe's ray gun ... Freak replies later, "...and he still had that boogey...ewgh..." ... Much teasing is had and of course they all laugh at how stupid the Lobe is yadda yadda and somehow Cosgrove was there and the mountain air made him all peppy and such so with the Professor and Cosgrove's help, the Lobe was easily defeated and convinced to throw away his gun because his plan is stupid and dumb and he should go home. Secretly, Freak thought at the time that it was a brilliantly silly plan but clown zombies are just weird and he wasn't going to mention that to inflate the ego of the Lobe's already over-inflated brain head. (Drakken mentions having a few run-ins with the Lobe in the midst of this story). ...and of course there's mention of the news of the loss of the 'boat ride' at Disney Land and how the Professor and Freak (and everyone else) were beside themselves with grief. 

Professor: (replies sadly) "Yes... I know, it's gone..."

Freak: "NOOOoooO!! NOT THE BOATS!"

Professor: "Zer zer, I understand your pain, but you vill see, ze imagineers at Disney vill come up vit somesing better, ya?"

Freak: (replies sadly) "ya..."

 (please refer to Freakazoid episode "The Cloud")

This tale leads the Professor on to tell more stories about Freakazoid and of course it's Freak's turn to be embarrassed when reminded of some of the outrageous things he did as a teenager when he'd first become a superhero. 


.... you can tell I had a lot of fun drawing this...

Based on my fanfic "Integration" Me :iconvegechan:

Freakazoid, Mike Cosgrove, Professor Roland Heiney, Roddy MacStew / Freakazoid! Warner Bros & Stephen Spielberg, John McCann, Paul Rugg, and all the staff of dreamworks


Dr. Drakken / Kim Possible! Disney
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vegechan Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Noes! 
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Campdpi Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014
I love this group picture Freak and his "family"! He looks like he feels right at home :D Does this take place while Freak is still healing from his ordeal?

So excited to see an update! How have your been doing?
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vegechan Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
sorry for the typos/mistypes in my response. I have a habit of typing too fast and forgetting to proof read before posting and I'm REALLY self conscious about and fear that everyone thinks I'm stupid or something >_>;;;
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vegechan Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
CORRECTED RESPONSE:

Freakazoid has physically recovered from his ordeal and is at the point where he's getting used to a greater deal of power than he's used to in the past- Being integrated presents its challenges and it's kind of strange now that he and Dexter are no longer separate but a permanent fusion of the two (so he's conflicted with all of Dexter's memories, managing his relationship with the Douglas family and all the emotional baggage, but in a sense it's reassuring that Dexter will never be gone and Freak had no reason to fear in the possibility of actually losing him). Jack plays a role in helping Freak accept the psychological aspect of melding minds with Dexter aside from when they physically integrated before Freak blew up from the surge of his reawakening powers...  I really wanted Freak to understand that he hasn't lost Dexter's connection to his family because after his mother found out that Dexter and Freak are one in the same, she is a very strong supporter of her youngest son (she threatened Cosgrove bodily harm if he didn't take her with him to California to see her son because she refuses to accept that Dexter is dead since she knows that so long as Freak lives, so does Dexter) so it comes as a surprise to Freak that his mother is among those who are present to visit him as he's recovering. There's a brief hint at that encounter sketched here: 
Integration - Epic - Sketch Dump 17 by vegechan 
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vegechan Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Freakazoid has physically recovered from his ordeal and is at the point where he's getting used to a greater deal of power than he's used to dealing with- Being integrated presents its challenges and it's kind of strange now that he and Dexter are no longer separate but a permanent fusion of the two (so he's conflicted with all of Dexter's memories, managing his relationship with the Douglas family and all the emotional baggage but in a sense it's reassuring that Dexter will never be gone and Freak had no reason to fear in the possibility of actually losing him). Jack plays a role in helping Freak accept the psychological aspect of melding minds with Dexter aside from when they physically integrated before Freak blew up from the power surge of his reawakening powers...  I really wanted to Freak to understand that he hasn't lost Dexter's connection to his family because after his mother found out that Dexter and Freak are one in the same, she is a very strong supporter or her youngest son (she threatened Cosgrove bodily harm if he didn't take her with him to California to see her son because she refuses to accept that Dexter dead since she knows that so long as Freak lives, so does Dexter) so it comes as a surprise to Freak that his mother is among those who are present to visit him as he's recovering. There's a brief hint at that encounter sketched here: Integration - Epic - Sketch Dump 17 by vegechan 
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Asenath-Nightroad Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lovely :D
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vegechan Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks! ^_^
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