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Minifigs Among Us - Episode 5
Experience the minifigure adventure of a lifetime in the final episode of Minifigs Among Us, an exciting comic saga!
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Welcome, one and all, to the Fifth and Final Episode of the exciting adventures of Minifigs Among Us, a minifigure adventure story filled with action, thrills, peril, and excitement! If you are new to this series, please visit the first three episodes first to fully enjoy this series. Prepare for the epitome!



1 David Johnson The quick-witted pilot
2 Lewis Miles A rooky co-pilot
3 Rick Harris An adventurer always ready for excitement
4 Dr. Paul A dentist and nurse
5 Ms. Emily Green The daughter of a hotel tycoon
6 Mr. Marshall A selfish millionaire with a lengthy criminal record
7 Capt. Davis An off-duty captain of the Marines who is very interested in Ms. Emily Green
8 Lt. Jones An off-duty lieutenant of the Marines who has befriended Captain Davis, and is in competition against him for Mr. Emily Green
9 Michael Sand An enthusiastic botanist
10 Charles Brown Loud-mouthed and quick-tempered
11 Mark Hunter A 19-year-old ready for summer vacation (lost in Episode 4)
12 Stephen Baker A 22-year-old ready for summer vacation (lost in Episode 4)
13 Allen Glade A Baptist pastor on his way back home from a mission trip
14 Mr. Green A lone, mentally-boggled gyrocopter crash survivor who’s learned to live around humans (lost in Episode 4)
15 Bob Mr. Green’s side-kick who died forty years earlier in Green’s gyrocopter crash. Mr. Green, not yet discovering the reality of the situation and still pulling Bob along with him wherever he goes, points out he’s very shy and stiff in the mornings, but he doesn’t complain a peep! (lost in Episode 4)



Let the adventure begin!



















EPILOGUE


David Johnson retired from flying shortly after arriving back in his hometown upon developing a fear for flying consequential of the crash. He moved back in with his family and helped his cousin in the textile industry.
Lewis Miles went on to become a renowned figure in the industry as a brave pilot and all-around passionate aviation enthusiast. He fell in love with a charming damsel at one particular air show and went on to have a hearty family of four children.
Rick Harris spent the rest of his life being the adventurer he had become during the Minifigs Among Us series. Though he never recovered his father, he made multiple expeditions back into the human-inhabited wilderness to explore its many mysteries.
Doctor Paul resumed his fruitful occupation as a doctor at his hometown medical center.
Michael Sand became an incredibly successful scientist upon writing extensive articles about the botanical discoveries he had made during the Minifigs Among Us series.
Stephen Baker, the life-long friend of Mark Hunter, still remains side-by-side with his buddy . . . four feet under.
Charles Brown’s loud mouth no longer hollers through the air. What remains of him has not and never will be found.
Mr. Marshall returned to his criminal lifestyle and eventually found his way into the cocaine business. During one government hunt he fled into the human-inhabited wilderness he had reluctantly found himself in many years before. Today, his status is unknown, but it is rumored he’s still prospering in his lucrative criminal business.
Allen Glade survived the perils of the Minifigs Among Us series but tragically passed away on the rescue flight upon experiencing a stroke.
Mr. Green remains forever in the heart of Rick Harris but is never to be seen again . . . at least, that’s what is believed.
Bob’s full identity was, curiously enough, never discovered. He remains a mystery, and to some, the figment of the expedition’s imagination.
Mark Hunter, to this day, remains buried in the vast human-inhabited wilderness.
Lieutenant Jones fell head over heels for his new friend, Adelade Squires. Some months later he asked her out only to discover she was, in fact, married. Heartbroken with a feeling of purposelessness and deception, he abandoned society, shirked his involvement with the military, and became a free-roaming vagabond. On a happy note, however, he joined a travelling circus and became a popular juggler.
Adelade Squires actually lied about her being already married. She secretly loved Lieutenant Jones passionately but was forced to turn down the relationship by her possessed stepmother. She ran away from home and searched all over the country for her beloved Jones . . . in vain. Or was it in vain?
Miss Emily Green returned to her lucrative lifestyle as the son of a wealthy hotel tycoon but never forgot the love that had bloomed between her and Captain Davis.
Captain Davis dated and eventually married Miss Emily Green. They had one son named Jeremiah Maximilian Davis who grew up to be the president of the United States of Minifigure America.
The Airplane was never salvaged but can still be seen from the air. Commercial air traffic was banned from that area following the Minifigs Among Us crash, but daring adventurers still enjoy flying over that bizarre territory.
The Human did not have any unusual experiences to mention other than chasing insects out of his house and finding a broken toy airplane in his yard a few days later.



EPISODE MAP

EPISODE 1
EPISODE 2
EPISODE 3
EPISODE 4
EPISODE 5 <----- YOU ARE HERE




Comments

 I like it 
  May 2, 2011
Sequel? SEQUEL? MAKE THE DARN SEQUEL! I'd like to be in it. :3 BTW, I have some ideas. The ones that died turn into some sort of undead, Bob gets cursed by a caterpillar spirit so he can walk, the couples have kids that get stranded in the sequel, and, the human discovers the new stranded minifigs and tries to help them however he or she can. Oh, and, make the airplane pieces scatter all over, turning it into a longer adventure. Are these ideas acceptable? They are just ideas, anyway. BTW, if you accept these ideas including the idea of me being in the next one, I'd like my attitude to be a little hyper, a little lazy, very smart, and VERY nice. EDIT: Hey, Stephen, there's an online RPG series called MARDEK and there's a character in two of the chapters named Steele(although the second time he appears he's referred to as "Mystery Man".). And if you compare Steele to Charles Brown, they seem very similar. In my opinion. EDIT 2: Oh my god, did they change the edit button? Now I have to rate it AGAIN so my rate will stay on it. EDIT 3: Hey, look, they turned the Edit button back to it's original version! :D Anyway, could I also be a little silly, and a little... ah, heck with it. I'll just create a character info panel. Name: Timmy K. | Age: 14 | Reflexes: Amazing | Maximum run power: 15 MPH | Personality: 60% Nice, 60% Smart, 5% Lazy, 3% Hyper, 3% Rude, 69% Fun | Sins: Gluttony, Sloth | Armor: Racing helmet with black visor which hides his identity, black jacket with red flames and zipper and Octan logo(he races, and when he does, he represents Octan.), plain black pants, safety dagger, leather backpack | Equipment: DS, GBA SP, Tic-tac Mints and several packs of food and liquids(other than that yellow liquid the body removes in the bathroom usually) | EDIT 4: WTH? I tried to simply make that panel into a quote! OH, AND LOOK. THE "RATE IT AGAIN" FEATURE IN THE EDIT BUTTON IS BACK. EDIT 5: Oops! Forgot to fix the rate! Ugh...
 I made it 
  April 29, 2011
Quoting Great Ape I remember back in 2010 when you were on hiatus, and there were only two issues. It was a happy suprise to find that when I made an account, you finished the series! It was great.
Thanks, man! I appreciate it, glad I could finish it.
  April 29, 2011
I remember back in 2010 when you were on hiatus, and there were only two issues. It was a happy suprise to find that when I made an account, you finished the series! It was great.
 I made it 
  April 24, 2011
Quoting Timmy Kid Sequel? SEQUEL? MAKE THE DARN SEQUEL! I'd like to be in it. :3 BTW, I have some ideas. The ones that died turn into some sort of undead, Bob gets cursed by a caterpillar spirit so he can walk, the couples have kids that get stranded in the sequel, and, the human discovers the new stranded minifigs and tries to help them however he or she can. Oh, and, make the airplane pieces scatter all over, turning it into a longer adventure. Are these ideas acceptable? They are just ideas, anyway. BTW, if you accept these ideas including the idea of me being in the next one, I'd like my attitude to be a little hyper, a little lazy, very smart, and VERY nice. EDIT: Hey, Stephen, there's an online RPG series called MARDEK and there's a character in two of the chapters named Steele(although the second time he appears he's referred to as "Mystery Man".). And if you compare Steele to Charles Brown, they seem very similar. In my opinion. EDIT 2: " "" ", did they change the edit button? Now I have to rate it AGAIN so my rate will stay on it.
Thanks for the note; that's really neat! And thanks for bringing the rating back up too ;)
 I like it 
  April 4, 2011
It's good to see a happy ending, but at the same time, it's hard to see the adventure end. Another great mix of comics, lego, and real world surroundings.
 
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