- Exactly where he needs to be. Wherever there is evil. Or injustice. Or some rotten sonofabitch needin' his fucking ass beat.
- -- Mage
- -- Mage
Appearing in the 1st Story
- E.G.G. Terrorists
- Groceryomancer (Only appearance; dies)
- Merlwyn (Single appearance)
- Yoek (Single appearance)
Plot Synopsis for the 1st Story
Director Penya soon arrives and they agree to shrink down the size of Poyo to infiltrate the President's blood stream to destroy the virus and save his life. When he destroys the virus, the world rejoices and has a parade for Poyo. However, Penya tells everyone the Poyo in the parade is a stand-in. The real Poyo has already been dispatched to another place for another crisis.
Elsewhere, Poyo arrives in a land where the vegetables are coming to life and attacking the people. The people believe the Groceryomancer is bringing the crops to life and killing the people. Poyo arrives and sets out to attack the Groceryomancer with many people. Along the journey, his teammates die. Until they arrive at the castle with 4 people left. Poyo launches himself into the castle and kills the Groceryomancer.
Later the king crowns Poyo as the new king of Yoek. However, he's warned by the mage that it is just a stand-in. The real Poyo has already been transported to fight his next source of evil.
Poyo stands out in the The Walking Dead universe ready to battle the zombie hordes.
- This issue is collected in:
- Lion, the Witch, and the Watermelons is a reference to the move The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
- Gourd of the Rings is a reference to the Lord of the Rings.
- Various characters in this issue are draw to resemble various characters through the chew universe. This includes Dominic Partridge, Agent Barnes, Tony Chu, John Colby, Mike Applebee and various characters from single panel Poyo cameos.
- The final shot is a reference to the The Walking Dead Universe
- No trivia.
Links and References
- No external links.