|The following information is from the Adventure Time comic book series. It may not be part of the same canon or continuity as the animated series.|
Adventure Tim is a character in the Adventure Time comic. He is, in fact, two people who share one body and take turns talking. He rescues princesses from Mice King, has a robot named ALN, is friends with Princess Chewypaste and Cinnamon Roll, and dates Lady Unibow. Where he lives, instead of having the Earl of Lemongrab, Tree Trunks, Me-Mow, and The Lich, they have Duke of Limesnatch, Topiary Nose, Mow-Me, and the Loch (a lake of sorts). Tim goes on adventures similar to those that Finn and Jake go on. He is somehow related or connected to Finn and Jake, as their actions have an influence over him.
Adventure Tim looks very similar to Finn and Jake. He wears a dark blue shirt and light blue shorts, as well as his backpack that is light green on the bottom and dark green on top (Finn's attire but in reversed colors). He wears a yellow hat with ears like Jake's. He also shares Jake's eye design and has a small tail as well. His skin color is slightly tinted yellow rather than having a pinkish hue like Finn's, and his hat is a brighter color yellow than Jake's fur. He has Jake colored skin underneath his shirt and appears to have the same shoes and socks as Finn. Similar to Finn, Tim has a missing tooth in the top row of his teeth, but contrary to Finn, the gap is on the right as one looks.
Comic book appearancesEdit
- Finn and Jake's actions influence how Adventure Tim acts. Therefore, they can make him do things he normally wouldn't do by doing it themselves.
- He uses the catchphrase "Topological!" instead of "Mathematical!"
- In Issue 10, his hat is the same color as Jake's fur and his skin is the same color as Finn's.
- Adventure Tim seems to think of himself as two people, indicated by the fact that he drew himself twice on his chart and the fact that he seems to have conversations with himself.
- Topps Has used his name for a Garbage Pail Kid in 2014 Series 1 as 2a