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Issue 17 of the Adventure Time comics.
Ice King uses his ice powers to make the ice clearer so they can see what's below them, and Fisho the Colossal, the Ice Dungeon boss, bursts out of the ice and attacks them. Finn and Ice King defeat the monster (the injuries causes her guts to shower onto Finn twice), and she explodes.
Remembering that water bosses always hide their treasure underwater, Jake turns into a submarine and takes Finn and Ice King underwater to get the treasure. They find a chest that has a picture of Simon Petrikov and Betty that causes Ice King's eyes to water in joy. He explains to Jake that it's the kind of treasure you can't take with you, but you know you can always come back to it.
They leave Ice King's dungeon and enter Hunson Abadeer's dungeon. As they enter it, they find Peppermint Butler carving an inscription on the inside of a hollow tree. They think it's an incomplete story and carve in their own edits to it.
As they progress through the dungeon, they find the enemies really easy to dispatch, tossing them into a pile of bugs. They form a fist and knock them into a trap door, and they are attacked by the monster Hook Crook, who beats both Ice King and Jake. Finn prepares for battle to fight Hook Crook alone, leaving the issue on a cliffhanger.
But before the issue ends, we see that the picture of Simon and Betty at what appears to be a wedding has a quote from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem Шаблон:W on the back: "Behold, we know not anything; I can but trust that good shall fall. At last - far off - at last, to all. And every winter change to spring. So runs my dreams: but what am I?"
- The raccoon by the campfire on the cover bears a striking resemblance to the character Rigby from Regular Show, although it has only four stripes on its tail while Rigby has six. It also has fewer lines on its body and lacks rings around its eyes.
- In "Silly String Theory," Finn references Spearmint gum.
- The alt-text on the main story's last page ("And with no language but a cry.") is from the same poem as the lines on the back of the photograph.