Howleen Wolf thinks her sister Clawdia Wolf's adventurous stories are fangtastic—whether they're fact or over-the-top monster fiction.


From her home in Londoom, Clawdia writes her latest short story for Howleen's reading pleasure, which she sends per email. Howleen is excited to receive a new entry in Clawdia's oeuvre and invites Twyla to read it with her. As the heroine of her own story, Clawdia details how she was personally invited to Londoom Castle by the Queen, taught Her Majesty how to play fetch, and then met the famous ocean explorer Yukques Cousteau.

Clawdeen and Clawd observe Howleen enjoying the story and think that she still believes Clawdia's tales are real. Clawdeen worries about Howleen's reaction when she learns the truth, but Clawd doesn't think it'll be a problem. Meanwhile, Howleen continues the story, this time sharing it with even more students. Clawdia writes that after the events at the castle, she and Yuksques Cousteau went on a voyage. A squid stole his hat, so Clawdia dove after it to wrestle the hat back for Yuksques, which coincidentally made her the winner of the Underwater Wrestling Championship.

Seeing the attention Howleen gathers with Clawdia's stories, Clawd starts to reconsider Clawdeen's point of view. They decide to talk with Howleen before things get worse, but just then Headmistress Bloodgood announces that Howleen will be reading Clawdia's latest story in the clawditorium. The duo races onto stage mid-story to warn Howleen. After a moment of silence, Howleen replies that she—and the whole school, for that matter—knows the stories are made up; Clawdia is a writer, after all, and the students were just genuinely enjoying the stories. As the crowd requests that Howleen continues, Clawdeen and Clawd leave the stage with no little embarrassment.


  1. Clawdia Wolf
  2. Scarah Screams
  3. Howleen Wolf
  4. Twyla
  5. Lagoona Blue
  6. Gillington Webber
  7. Queen of Fangland
  8. Yukques Cousteau
  9. Simon Clops
  10. Clawdeen Wolf
  11. Clawd Wolf
  12. Frankie Stein
  13. Abbey Bominable
  14. Heath Burns
  15. Toralei Stripe
  16. Purrsephone
  17. Meowlody
  18. Invisi Billy
  19. Eyera
  20. Ms. Bloodgood
  21. Ricky
  22. Gilda Goldstag
  23. Quill Talyntino
  24. Iris Clops
  25. Jackson Jekyll
  26. Operetta
  27. Ghoulia Yelps
  28. Cleo de Nile
  29. Deuce Gorgon



  • "Tales from the Script" is a play on Tales from the Crypt, a popular horror comic series in the '50s that inspired several adaptions.
  • Yukques Cousteau is based off of Jacques Cousteau.
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