Captain Underpants And The Tyrannical Retaliation of The Turbo Toilet 2000 (11th)

Reviewed by: Adhi Putrasatriyo 

It all started when two boys, George Beard and Harold Hutchins, tried to save their friendship from being broken. But their friendship saving day turns into the day where they followed their principal in his underpants. Although they got yelled at, at least they saved his life.

Now if you have read the 2nd book, the turbo toilet 2000 was brought to Uranus by the Robo-plunger. In the book about Wedgie Woman, she made 2 robo George and Harold and one kicked a kick ball all the way to Uranus. But that ended up decapitating the robo-plunger and oozed out Photo-Atomic Trans-Somgobulating Yectofantriplutoniczanziptomistic juice (a substance that made the already dead Turbo Toilet 2000 alive again). The turbo toilet 2000 then seeks revenge to the creators of the robo-plunger. So, in the tyrannical retaliation of the turbo toilet 2000, George and Harold tries to save their principal, Mr. Krupp from being destroyed by the Turbo Toilet 2000. If you were still following, you should definitely read the book!     

Through the all silliness I could see the message is ‘just let it be’. This book made me wonder how Mr. Krupp, AKA Captain Underpants, never felt embarrassed or weird going around in his underpants. The funny illustrations and the flip-o-rama in the book are so c-o-o-l. I recommend this to people from the age of 7-90+ (if they are still alive). Ok, you may be asking if the review is going to give the ending. But surprise surprise, you must read the rest. Now go and read this book and I’m sure you will agree that this book is absolutely hilarious.