History ComicBook / DruidCity

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* TheMasochismTango: Hunter Hastings, with Misa Saito and Mannie Sue. Misa is too determined and independent to be tied down by the productive, but fragile, Hunter. Mannie Sue is too damaged and vulnerable to be with the wiser and far more unscrupulous Hunter.
20th Mar '16 2:51:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* BechdelTest: One character, who is a strident feminist, was [[http://druidcitycomic.com/comic/volume-1-page-093/ added to the story]] so that the first volume of the series would pass the test. The same character, Carla Cortez, has gone on to be an ''AuthorAvatar'' in sociopolitical discussions that take place in the series.
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* WeUsedToBeFriends: Jack and Hunter. In the backstory, Hunter and Jack were colleagues, roommates, and fast friends. After Hunter betrayed Jack's trust to get the jump on submitting a groundbreaking article, all of that changed. In the present storyline, Jack is presented as a rather justified antagonist. The two characters are still willing to talk things out over the course of the series, but the point of each interaction is ultimately one-upmanship.
2nd Mar '16 2:53:06 PM carduser123
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* {{Fratbro}}: Chapter 7 is filled with them. Two serve as the antagonists of the chapter, four others serve as charmless rubes, and many others appear as copy-paste versions of themselves in a dance sequence.

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* {{Fratbro}}: Chapter 7 of Volume 1 is filled with them. Two serve as the antagonists of the chapter, four others serve as charmless rubes, and many others appear as copy-paste versions of themselves in a dance sequence.
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* {{Fratbro}}: Chapter 7 is filled with them. Two serve as the antagonists of the chapter, four others serve as charmless rubes, and many others appear as copy-paste versions of themselves in a dance sequence.
26th Feb '16 3:00:24 PM carduser123
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* ArtEvolution: The series starts with a [[http://druidcitycomic.com/comic/volume-1-page-092/ very simple, poorly penned style]], done entirely with a computer mouse. The artist for the series originally wanted to place as many limits on himself as possible. The methods changed starting in [[http://druidcitycomic.com/comic/volume-2-page-012/ Volume 2]], where everything is drawn with a stylus and the artist has more experience with the personal style used in the series. Now that Volume 3 has started, the artist has also announced that Volume 1 will be redone with a stylus and more detail, so as to not scare away new readers.
26th Feb '16 2:50:45 PM carduser123
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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.com independently published]] graphic novel series. Currently, only one volume has been released. Classified partially as AlternateHistory, as the series takes place in a renamed and fictional version of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The series follows DesignatedHero Hunter Hastings, a journalist who has returned to his home town after dropping out of his graduate program in Austin, Texas under mysterious circumstances. The series began being published page-by-page online on October 1st, 2015.

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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.com independently published]] graphic novel series. Currently, only one volume has two volumes have been released.released and the third is being produced. The series began being published page-by-page online on October 1st, 2015. Classified partially as AlternateHistory, as the series takes place in a renamed and fictional version of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The series follows DesignatedHero Hunter Hastings, a journalist who has returned to his home town after dropping out of his graduate program in Austin, Texas under mysterious circumstances. The series began being published page-by-page online on October 1st, 2015.
26th Feb '16 2:49:30 PM carduser123
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* WrittenSoundEffect: Whenever Ryan Alex Rasheed, aka DJ Onomatopoeia, says an onomatopoeic verb out loud, it is accompanied by a visual sound effect. This ability has been used to confuse and startle people who are unaware of this unique ability. Oddly enough, Ryan appears to be completely unaware that he is capable of doing this.

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* WrittenSoundEffect: Whenever Ryan Alex Rasheed, aka DJ Onomatopoeia, says an onomatopoeic verb out loud, it is accompanied by a visual sound effect. This ability has been used to confuse and startle people who are unaware of have never encountered this unique ability. Oddly enough, Ryan appears to be completely unaware that he is capable of doing this.
26th Feb '16 2:48:53 PM carduser123
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* WrittenSoundEffect: Whenever Ryan Alex Rasheed, aka DJ Onomatopoeia, says an onomatopoeic verb out loud, it is accompanied by a visual sound effect. This ability has been used to confuse and startle people who are unaware of this unique ability. Oddly enough, Ryan appears to be completely aware that he is capable of doing this.

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* WrittenSoundEffect: Whenever Ryan Alex Rasheed, aka DJ Onomatopoeia, says an onomatopoeic verb out loud, it is accompanied by a visual sound effect. This ability has been used to confuse and startle people who are unaware of this unique ability. Oddly enough, Ryan appears to be completely aware unaware that he is capable of doing this.
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