History ComicBook / DruidCity

21st Oct '15 7:15:08 AM satcher87
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* AlliterativeName: Hunter Hastings and Scott Silo. * BechdelTest: One character, who is a strident feminist, was 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.
19th Oct '15 12:53:30 PM satcher87
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* UnreliableNarrator: No one character in particular serves as a narrator in a traditional sense, but it does become clear that certain details about how some characters are drawn change after the character in question is disassociated with the lead character. For example, once Hunter Hastings (the lead) and Misa Saito (a character in question) end their second relationship and potential lasting friendship, Misa's hair is drawn in a completely different style and certain qualities that she has disappear. All of these changes are not commented upon by any other characters, so the assumption could be that Hunter's opinion was shaping her appearance for the audience to some degree.
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* UnreliableNarrator: No one character in particular serves as a narrator in a traditional sense, but it does become clear that certain details about how some characters are drawn change after the character in question is disassociated with the lead character. For example, once Hunter Hastings (the lead) and Misa Saito (a character in question) end their second relationship and potential lasting friendship, Misa's hair is drawn in a completely different style and certain qualities that she has disappear. All None of these changes are not commented upon by any other characters, so the assumption could be that Hunter's opinion was shaping her appearance for the audience to some degree.
19th Oct '15 12:52:08 PM satcher87
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* UnreliableNarrator/ComicBooks: No one character in particular serves as a narrator in a traditional sense, but it does become clear that certain details about how some characters are drawn change after the character in question is disassociated with the lead character. For example, once Hunter Hastings (the lead) and Misa Saito (a character in question) end their second relationship and potential lasting friendship, Misa's hair is drawn in a completely different style and certain qualities that she has disappear. All of these changes are not commented upon by any other characters, so the assumption could be that Hunter's opinion was shaping her appearance for the audience to some degree.
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* UnreliableNarrator/ComicBooks: UnreliableNarrator: No one character in particular serves as a narrator in a traditional sense, but it does become clear that certain details about how some characters are drawn change after the character in question is disassociated with the lead character. For example, once Hunter Hastings (the lead) and Misa Saito (a character in question) end their second relationship and potential lasting friendship, Misa's hair is drawn in a completely different style and certain qualities that she has disappear. All of these changes are not commented upon by any other characters, so the assumption could be that Hunter's opinion was shaping her appearance for the audience to some degree.
19th Oct '15 12:51:39 PM satcher87
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* UnreliableNarrator/ComicBooks: No one character in particular serves as a narrator in a traditional sense, but it does become clear that certain details about how some characters are drawn change after the character in question is disassociated with the lead character. For example, once Hunter Hastings (the lead) and Misa Saito (a character in question) end their second relationship and potential lasting friendship, Misa's hair is drawn in a completely different style and certain qualities that she has disappear. All of these changes are not commented upon by any other characters, so the assumption could be that Hunter's opinion was shaping her appearance for the audience to some degree.
19th Oct '15 12:43:16 PM satcher87
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** Misa Saito often appears out of nowhere, unannounced. This is usually accompanied by her moving as a collection of speed lines, more than likely illustrating how much of a stunning effect her appearance has on Hunter.
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** Misa Saito often appears out of nowhere, unannounced. This is usually accompanied by her moving as a collection of speed lines, more than likely illustrating how much of a stunning effect her appearance has on Hunter.Hunter. * 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.
5th Oct '15 12:46:28 PM satcher87
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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.
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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.
5th Oct '15 12:44:56 PM satcher87
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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.blogspot.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.
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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.blogspot.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.

* ChristmasEpisode: Subverted, as the Christmas holiday is never mentioned. A [[http://www.druidcitycomic.blogspot.com/2011/11/jubilant-gift-giving-day.html three page holiday special]] for "Gift Giving Day" featured some characters in Christmas related grab, but ultimately, the point of the comic is to joke about the materialism of the holiday.
20th Feb '14 9:43:42 AM kkhohoho
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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.blogspot.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 yellow journalist who has returned to his home town after dropping out of his graduate program in Austin, Texas under mysterious circumstances.
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''Druid City'' is an [[http://www.druidcitycomic.blogspot.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 yellow journalist who has returned to his home town after dropping out of his graduate program in Austin, Texas under mysterious circumstances.
30th Nov '12 10:29:58 AM druidcitycomic
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* MythArc: Hunter's past and contact with Jenean Walker constitutes the Myth Arc of Druid City.
27th Nov '12 6:48:23 PM druidcitycomic
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* BetaCouple: While they do experience a few problems in their relationship, Hunter's homosexual brother Mike and his partner Dusty are the most consistent couple to last through the series. Other couples don't last very long during the run of the series (although some, such as Hunter and Misa's first relationship went on for up to three years in the backstory), but they are more important to the immediate narrative. Mike and Dusty serve as a consistent backbone.
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