Short Canon Change!

By: Andrew Bermudez
(Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Headquarters; May 7, 2017)
     Little has been going on lately due to other commitments, but we have found a small contradiction in our existing canon, and today we're fixing that! Here is the canon change from October 24, 2016 that we're amending.
  • In the German house of Von Stuka, the iconic giant mustache is considered an emblem of honor, and to shave it off is to disgrace the family. The brother of Baron Von Stuka, Vikki Von Stuka, has three children: Shaved Schmidt Von Stuka, Baron Von Stuka Jr., and Baron Von Stuka III. What alienates Schmidt (who appears at the end of Indiana Jones and the Egyptian Tomb) from the title of baron is the fact that he shaved off his mustache. However, his son, Baron Von Stuka IV (who will appear in the Project U film A Future in the Past), let his mustache grow out, allowing him to assume the title of baron. He never marries, and dies in the Battle of Monte Cassino, ending the Von Stuka line (Baron Von Stuka III dies in a plane accident during Luftwaffe training).
Everything looks good, but that last part in parenthesis contradicts some canon that had unofficially been established in 2013. Therefore, that previous canon change now looks like this:
  • In the German house of Von Stuka, the iconic giant mustache is considered an emblem of honor, and to shave it off is to disgrace the family. The brother of Baron Von Stuka, Vikki Von Stuka, has three children: Shaved Schmidt Von Stuka, Baron Von Stuka Jr., and Baron Von Stuka III. What alienates Schmidt (who appears at the end of Indiana Jones and the Egyptian Tomb) from the title of baron is the fact that he shaved off his mustache. However, his son, Baron Von Stuka IV (who will appear in the Project U film A Future in the Past), let his mustache grow out, allowing him to assume the title of baron. He never marries, and dies in the Battle of Monte Cassino, ending the Von Stuka line (Baron Von Stuka III dies in a plane accident during Luftwaffe training).
The lined-out sentence means that this piece of canon has been ret-conned. In its place, here's what actually happens to Baron Von Stuka III (read with caution, as this canon change is a major spoiler for Kilroy Was Here!).
  • At the end of Kilroy Was Here!, Private Joe Kilroy reveals that he lied while being interrogated by the Nazi spies, and that any destroyers off the coast of Nova Scotia have been alerted to the impending arrival of a U-boat fleet. The U-boats think that, because Nazi spy Miss Kitty Evans tap-danced in Morse code the coordinates that Kilroy gave, this is where the troop ships will rendezvous. The U-boat fleet was commandeered by Admiral Baron Von Stuka III, who dies in the ambush from the destroyers. The entire U-boat fleet is sunk.
If you are curious, click here to take a look at the canon change that this page references. That's all that we have for today! See you later!

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