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Problem Sleuth is the third MS Paint Adventure. Initially a parody of detective noir stories, though quickly abandoning that premise in favor of stranger and wackier plot directions, the adventure tells the story of Problem Sleuth, Ace Dick and Pickle Inspector, three competing private detectives who operate out of neighboring offices in the same building. When all three become trapped inside their respective offices, they join forces to find a way out of their predicament and defeat the evil Mobster Kingpin, who possesses the key they need to leave their building.
Problem Sleuth debuted on March 10, 2008, relaunching MS Paint Adventures after the abandonment of Bard Quest eight months earlier caused the site to be shut down indefinitely. Exactly one year later, on March 10, 2009, the central storyline reached its conclusion, and, after the release of an additional epilogue chapter, Problem Sleuth ended on April 7 with a total of 1,673 pages.
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After previously letting such an exciting phrase escape his lips in an interview a little while back, Dante Basco now features in a video where he helps to explain some of what the fabled "Homestuck 2.0" means.
Act 7 has arrived, concluding Homestuck seven years after it began with one final animation.
EOA6 stands at 99% complete. Today is the start of six days of updates, which will be followed by a short break. Then updates resume on the 6th of April, the END OF ACT 6, followed by another seven days of updates leading up to the grand finale: Act 7 will conclude Homestuck on 4/13.
Buckle up, guys. It's happening.
A brief new progress update has gone up: Hussie is now 65% done with the End of Act 6, while Act 7, fortunately, remains 100% complete. Hussie also provided a brief preview of the PXS Book 2 bonus story:
A second Paradox Space book has been announced, including one brand new story about how Vriska obtained her metal arm Equius, written by Andrew Hussie and drawn by Mallory Dyer. It won't be released until July, but it is available for preorder on WeLoveFine here. Oh yeah, speaking of which, Paradox Space Book One was released a while back. We kind of dropped the ball on that one.