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Twist:Ending by Magnolia Pearl

There's only one special ops team that can handle the crime of New York City. Sadly, Twist:Ending isn't it.
... Read It Now!
Kevin Wolf's Review of Twist:Ending
Panel-for-panel, "Twist: Ending" is the funniest comic on WebcomicsNation.

That's right, I said it. From the perfectly cartoony art to the knowing 80's buddy-cop-movie allusions, "Twist: Ending" is a pure excercise in silliness. No greater good being done here: Ms. Pearl just wants to make you laugh, and she does it with unerring frequency. Not bad, considering she just graduated from high school.

Here's all you really need to know about this comic; this is the fact that will send you rushing to read it, guaranteed: in a recent episode, our heroes tripped an alarm while infiltrating the enemy's lair, causing tigers to pour from the ceiling. Accompanying this event was an announcement: "Security breach. Activating motherf*cking tigers."

Do you need to know anything else? Go read it.

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