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Unsavory characters have been spotted in the park. Earthquakes have been disturbing the house. Pops’s sock drawer has been pilfered. Yep, it’s mystery time. When trouble settles over the park along with the chill of winter, it’s up to Rigby, Mordecai, and the rest of the crew to figure out who’s behind--or below--the disturbances.
Rachel was previously head writer on the Cartoon Network animated series Ed Edd n Eddy. She has written for Cartoon Network licensed comics with BOOM! Studios for almost two years, including the first Regular Show OGN, Regular Show: Hydration. Rachel currently lives in Leeds, England with her partner and co-writer, illustrator and writer Robert Luckett. Robert Luckett is a freelance creative mercenary for hire, having worked in many different fields across creative industries. He currently resides in Leeds (UK) with his long-time partner Rachel Connor. Rob’s past work includes an original webcomic, animation for video games, and freelance design. His latest project is co-writing this Regular Show OGN with Rachel. Wook Jin Clark was born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in the South Carolina and Georgia. Now residing in Portland, Oregon, he is a member of Periscope Studio. He illustrated “The Return of King Doug” in late 2009 for Oni Press, which was named to the ALA Great Graphic Novels for Teens list in 2010. His new ongoing creator owned series, “MEGAGOGO”, also with Oni Press will commenced in February 2014. He recently completed a spinoff Adventure Time mini-series (Adventure Time: The Flip Side) for BOOM! Studios with fellow studio mates, Colleen Coover and Paul Tobin.