SpongeBob — Vanished Varmints

I’m one of those weird folks who write ideas for comics that aren’t my own. And I’m the type of person who would rather share them than let them waste space in my mind.

Well, a while ago I randomly wrote a script for a SpongeBob comic short.

If you like it, share it!

Who knows, it might make its way to Bongo Comics.

Panel 1

We see SpongeBob and Patrick in SpongeBob’s house. They are bored. SpongeBob and Patrick talk about their boredom

SPONGEBOB:

Patrick?

PATRICK:

Yes SpongeBob?

SPONGEBOB:

I’m bored.

PATRICK:

Me too.

Panel 2

Garry crawls by

GARRY:

Meow Meow!

SPONGEBOB:

You’re right, maybe there’s something on TV.

Panel 3

At this point Patrick has a silly look on his face with his Tongue hanging out. SpongeBob has a remote in hand as a breaking news story pops up.

NEWS BUBBLE:

We interrupt Coconut Man with a breaking news story.

(Patrick yells and angrily with fist in air)

PATRICK:

BOOOOO!!!

NEWS BUBBLE:

Boats are mysteriously vanishing at sea. Even Davy Jones doesn’t know what’s happen…

Panel 4

SpongeBob clicks off the tv and yells…

SPONGEBOB:

Patrick we can solve this mystery!

PATRICK:

Whatever.

Panel 5

SpongeBob and Patrick are now on a boat they “borrowed” 
from Mr Krab

SPONGEBOB:

Are you sure Mr Krab is OK with us using his boat?

PATRICK:

Sure! I borrowed it, it’s not like we’re stealing it if we give it back. D’uh!

Panel 6

A gigantic Loch Ness-like sea monster (Godzilla sized, with horned rimmed glasses…be creative on his look) bumps into the boat

SEA MONSTER:

Excuse me fellas. You have a beautiful boat there. Exquisite craftsmanship!

SPONGEBOB:

Oh thanks sir! We “borrowed” it from a friend.

Panel 7

We see a close up of Spongebob and Patrick’s faces, looking concerned.

SPONGEBOB:

Patrick, I think we solved the mystery.

Panel 8

We zoom out of the room and see them in their ship, inside a bottle. And there is a whole collection of ships in bottles all over the sea monsters trophy room while mr. sea monster is marveling at his collection.

The end

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