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Labyrinth 2 Already Exists – But Most Fans Never Heard Of It

Taking an almost “Hook”-like approach to a section of the story in “Return to Labyrinth,” it’s revealed that since her story in “Labyrinth” ended, Sarah has forgotten all about her rescue mission during her teenage years. In the manga, she gets her memory jogged when Jareth returns after spending years posing as Toby’s high school counselor. Initially, Connelly’s character wasn’t planned to be a prominent player in the sequel. But, according to the editor, Tim Beedle, the popularity of the first volume led them to expand on a subplot between Sarah and the Goblin King.

“We had initially plotted this first arc to be three volumes, but since the sales for volume 1 were so good, I was able to get a fourth volume approved,” Beedle recalled in an interview with Muppet Balcony. “Therefore, we’ve expanded on a subplot featuring Jareth and Sarah—which is fitting, since the thing that most of the fans have been clamoring for is more Sarah and Jareth.”

The one downer, however, involves the fate of the film’s grumpy goblin with a heart of gold, Hoggle (voiced by Brian Henson in the movie). The manga confirms that Jareth fulfilled his promise of making him the Prince of the Bog of Eternal Stench after Sarah kissed him. Hoggle, who never wanted the gig, is understandably annoyed about the entire situation. Of course, there’s no telling if any of these plot details will make their way into the proposed film sequel, but at least there’s still a story that fans can get lost in if and until the second movie arrives in theaters.

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