Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #19: Body Massage

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #19: Body Massage

Hmm... body massage... go.

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums is a weekly webcomic by KC Green. If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the archived comics here.

POkemon can get stressed out too! It’s true, when they get kicked, shot at, stabbed, flown, pounded, electrocuted, and etc, ANYone would be kinda STressed Out!! But there is a lady who will make yr pokemon feel better aND NO ITS NOT NURSE JOY!! Take yr Pokes to the massage lady in Cyllage City and your Popeymoms will be Singin!

KC Green is probably playing a weird indie game right now instead of working on his adaptation of Pinocchio or writing the comic BACK. He currently lives in Western Massachusetts in the snow where he makes comics and writes these bios.

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