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General Info

Name: Red Riding Hood


Writer: PaoGordo

Artist: AdjectiveNounCombo

Date of Release: Jul 25, 2014

Predators: Jill

Number of people eaten: 5 (Three Children and Two Adults)

Red Riding Hood is a comic produced and written by PaoGordo and drawn by AdjectiveNounCombo. It takes place in the Gabi and Emily Universe. The story revolves around Jill babysitting three kids and playing Little Red Riding Hood.


The Galecki's are preparing themselves for a night out when a doorbell rings. Mr. Galecki opens the door and is surprised to meet a girl in front of him. She introduces herself as Jill, hoping she's not to early. She's the babysitter for the children. The children - Jason, Dill and Sally - observe from behind. While Dill wonders why she's wearing so little, Jason becomes infatuated. Sally says he likes her because she's wearing skimpy clothes, and Jason responds she'sjust jealous. Mrs. galecki introduces the kids to Jill and tells them she and her husband will be back tomorrow. When they leave Jill locks the doors.

Jill proposes a game of Little Red Riding Hood and gives out outfits. Dill becomes the Riding Hood, Jason becomes the Grandma,and Sally becomes the Hunter. When Dill wonders who's gonna be the wolf, Jill tells them to turn around. She has changed into a sexy wolf costume. Jason and Dill are shocked and have question, and Sally is not amused. Jill explains the rules: they're going to act out the fairy tale. She's going to eat the Grandma and the Hood, and use pillows to simulate the big belly. Eaten kids will goto the closet and stay until the tale is done. She tells them to leave, except for Granny who's first. Jill swallows the child with a loud gulp heard outside the room.

Dill enters the room and Jill pretends to be the Granny. Dill asks why she has a big belly and Jill respodns that it's to hold the tasty meals. He looks around looking for Jason, but he's nowhere to be found. Jill swallows him. Sally hears her brother's scream and attacks Jill with a toy bow and arrow. She punches her stomach and screams she wants to see her brothers. Jill leans forward and swallows her. She sighs contently,but her bliss is interupted - the parents came back early and they're looking for their children.

Jill hides her stomach under the blanket and tell Mr. Galecki they've been playing hide n seek. The husband believes her, and Jill uses the moment of opportunity to swallow him. When she can't find the children Mrs. Galecki enters the bedroom and sees Jill and her huge stomach, with outlines ofher family crying for help. Jill burps feeling full, but decides to finish off the family. With five people inside her she falls asleep exhausted.

The next day the family has been digested. Satisfied Jill says she usually doesn't eat the parents and it was the biggest meal she's ever had. When her belly shrinks down to tummy puch, Jill happily exclaims she has something for the road and leaves the house. 



Jill is a voracious babysitter who eats children she takes care off.


Galecki's have three children - two sons and a daughter. They hired Jill to take care of them. The mother's name is Miriam. The tops of their faces are unseen.


Jason, Dill and Sally are Galecki's children. The boys are naive and quite smitten with Jill's revealing outfits, and Sally is more savvy and tries to fight. Jason is dressed up as the Granny, Dill as the Little Red Riding Hood, and Sally as the hunter.




  • Current canon of the work is hard to discern. It's either non-canon or happening after Jill met Samantha in 'Fun in hide n seek'.

  • The last page was commissioned by JT-SexyLexi.

  • There are some differences between comic and the writing. The writing and comic have different names for the characters, in the comic they are Jason, Dill, Sally and Miriam Galecki,and in the story it's Susy, Tom, Scott, Jane and Bruce Johnson. In the writing Sally doesn't immediately attacks Jill. Also in the writing Jill doesn't eat Bruce immediately, but uses him to tease Jane, who’s eaten downstairs.


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