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Mr. Pickles

Created by Will Carsola and Dave Stewart, Mr. Pickles follows the Goodman family, their 6-year-old son named Tommy and the family’s border collie Mr. Pickles.

Tommy and Mr. Pickles spend their days romping around Old Town, while unbeknownst to Tommy and the family – except for Tommy’s grandfather Henry – Mr. Pickles’ secret evilness drives him to slip away, kill, mutilate and make furious angry love to his countless victims!

Mr. Pickles is highly intelligent and possesses incredible strength, surgical skills that he uses to mutilate his victims, the ability to steal from an evil scientist, a high-tech android, and demonic powers which allow him to control local animals to do his bidding.

Despite his seemingly-evil ways, he loves and is extremely protective of the impressionable young Tommy and his family: protecting them from danger, and often killing those who might do them harm, such as murdering a group of pedophiles or turning an unlicensed breast surgeon who gave Tommy breast implants into a multiple-breasted freak.

Mr. Pickles has a long-standing feud with Henry Gobbleblobber, the only Goodman family member aware of Mr. Pickles’ evil nature. While Mr. Pickles does not actually harm Henry, the dog does put the old man in humiliating situations while making him seem crazy. Despite their adversarial nature, Mr. Pickles has saved Henry from being lobotomized while he was committed to an asylum and a cannibalistic serial killer that Henry had befriended, unaware he was an escaped convict and serial killer.

Furthermore, Mr. Pickles has also shown to be sexually attracted to Tommy’s mother by often groping, touching her private areas, and even playfully dry-humping her.

Mr. Pickles’ doghouse leads to a hidden, underground lair that’s filled with blood, pentagrams, victims – both living slaves and dead, mutilated bodies – and a throne where he usually eats his pickles. Many of the series’ one-time characters usually end up in his lair where they are either killed or kept as prisoners.

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