All Hallow's Ween: Resurrection
AHW Resurrection
Where does candy corn come from?.
Comic: "Candy Of The Corn" (click for full size)
Number of Comics 8
Dates Published October 15th - October 31st 2014
Featured Character(s)
Previous Arc
I Need A Vacation
Following Arc
Rabbit's Foot

All Hallow's Ween: Resurrection is the 83rd arc in Housepets!.

Characters Edit

Plot Edit

Peanut wakes Grape up from a nap to tell her, to his surprise that Halloween candy comes from the store. Although she knew that, he thought it came from a catalog. Maxwell, who was snuggling with Grape on the couch, pipes in and says Halloween candy actually comes from the Tooth Fairy to drive its business. Peanut thinks that makes more sense.

Joey is hanging out with his friends Lester and Dallas. Lester debates about cosplay, and then tries to identify who Joey is cosplaying as, however he keeps getting it wrong. As it turns out, Joey was just wearing a gakuran (a generic Japanese high school uniform), which is worn by many anime characters.

At the Arbelt household, Tiger has a stomach ache. Marvin suggests it's because he ate a bunch of fake wax lips, along with the wrappers they came in.

Back at his dog house, not even Squeak recognizes what Joey is dressed up as. He reveals it to be Daigo Kazama of Rival Schools. He's depressed that nobody appreciates his cosplay for Halloween. Squeak reminds him that it's not an anime convention.

At a costume shop, Sasha is looking at herself in something like a camouflage uniform. She begins to wonder if she and Kevin ended up swapping uniforms. Cut to Kevin wearing a bikini as part of his.

Later, Karishad is carrying a costumed Joey to the Miltons' pool. Keene tells him he wanted the pool filled with the candy "Nerds", not "the whiny ones".

Zach is lured into the forest at night, and is chased by Jessica wearing a mask and wielding a chainsaw in an attempt to get him to stop making prophecies, to which he says he's not the one responsible for it.

During Halloween Night, Lester and Dallas knock on Itsuki's door dressed as Yaegers from "Attack on Titan". Itsuki ironically doesn't recognize who they are dressed as.


  • This is the first arc where we learn the name of the other one of Joey's creepy friends, Dallas.


  • This arc is the second attempt Halloween-themed arc since the original All Hallow's Ween was aborted in 2012.
  • There are numerous references to anime throughout the arc, including most of Lester's guesses as to Joey's costume.
    • Joey is dressed up as Diago Kazuma of Rival Schools.
    • Dallas is originally dressed as Saskue Uchiha from Naruto.
    • Both Lester and Dallas dress up as Yaegars from Attack on Titan.
    • Lester's guesses are as follows.
      • Soichiro Armia from Kare Kano.
      • Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass.
      • Ryoma Echizen from Prince of Tennis.
      • Takashi Kamiyama from Cromartie High School.
      • Karsuma Ooji from School Rumble.
      • Jotaro Kujo from Stardust Crusaders.

Story Arcs
Imaginate! | The Game | Cat Tail | The Raccoons | The Adventures of Spot | Fido's Return
| Mouse Mouse Revolution | Thematic Arc of Questionable Quality | The Zoo | The Grove |
Housepets Christmas | The Yarn Ball |
The Further Adventures of Spot | The Vet | A Mouse Named Spo | Zap! | Fall of the Pridelands |
The Continuing Adventures of Spot | A Sinister Shadow | Roadtrip Woo | Down At The Farm |
Money Sharks | n-ple Date | The Uncanny Adventures of Spot | The Visitor | Oops I Arced |
It's A Wonderful Dog's Life (All the King's Men) |
Ocean's Two | Imaginate, Too! | The Present | Spot McCloud Presents Comics |
Dog Days of Summer | Theme Park World | The Adventures of Stripe | Movie Night |
Scaredy Cats | Noob Tube | Hope of the Pridelands |
We're Snowed In! | The Preeminent Adventures of Spot | The Arc Specifically About Being Naked |
Not All Dogs | The Great Water Balloon War | Let's Imaginate Macbeth! | The Interview |
The Case of the Aztec Gold | A Respite In The Country | Spots and Stripes | A Holiday at the Zoo |
Housepets Babies! | Show Business | What Money Buys | The Mall |
The Critical Review of Spot | The Trial in Heaven | Let's Imaginate Guys and Dolls! |
Testing Grounds | Taking Cover | PsyCon | Getting Physical | PsyCon2: PsyConner |
The Retroactively Continuous Adventures of Spot | Temple Crashers |
All Hallow's Ween | The Unbearable Lightness Of Being A Dog |
One Cat's Treasure | Love And War | Jack of One Trade | The King And I |
Jungle Fever | Yes, Jessica, There Is An Opener Of Ways |
Let's Imaginate And Then There Were None! | What's The Story? |
Tiger's Very Own Super Special Television Show! |
Heaven's Not Enough, Part 1 | The Interlude of Spot | Heaven's Not Enough, Part 2 |
The Ineptitude of Spot | Heaven's Not Enough, Part 3 | I Need A Vacation
All Hallow's Ween: Resurrection | Rabbit's Foot | Pageantate! |
Maternal Instinct | Wolf's Clothing | Ea(s)ter | The Future of Tomorrow, Today! |
All's Fair, Part 1 | The Plot Against Spot | All's Fair, Part 2 |
Housepets 5000 BC, Part 1 | Housepets 5000 BC, Part 2 | Housepets 5000 BC, Part 3 |
Special Delivery |
The Spot-tacular Spot | Flip That Den! | Fort Pillow |
The 4 Animals You Meet In Heaven |
Puppy Power | Real Stories of the K9PD | Snow Joke
Save the Date, Part 1 | Save the Date, Part 2 |
Temple Crashers 2: Temple Crashers, Part 1 | Temple Crashers 2: Temple Crashers, Part 2 |
Temple Crashers 2: 2 Temple 2 Crashers (Part 3) | Temple Crashers 2: Temple Crasherser (Part 4) | Temple Crashers 2: Temple Crash (Part 5) | Temple Crashers 2: First Blood Part 6
Temple Crashers 2: Oops (Part 7) | Temple Crashers 2: Final Crashers (Part 8) |
Temple Crashers 2: Epilogue Crashers (Part 9)