History ComicBook / Prophet

22nd Oct '16 8:43:57 PM NOYB
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* AllThereInTheManual: Subverted lots of technical info (such as cutaways of structures and labels identifying specific technologies) is inserted directly into the art, without interrupting the actual plot or dialogue. It's largely justified because of just how complex the universe of Prophet is.

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* AllThereInTheManual: Subverted lots of technical info (such as cutaways of structures and labels identifying specific technologies) is inserted directly into the art, without interrupting the actual plot or dialogue. It's largely justified because of just how complex the universe of Prophet ''Prophet'' is.
26th Aug '16 11:42:14 PM Matchstick
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John Prophet was the ultimate warrior for TheEmpire. He was so valued by the Empire that he was cloned. Thousands of times. Now, thousands of years later, that the Empire has fallen into disrepair, these sleeper clones are activated to help reestablish this vast interstellar power, carrying out individual missions and sometimes teaming up with other clones to help their Queen. The only thing in the way of their shared mission? An ancient, warrior John Prophet, who is assembling his own [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] to fight off the return of the Empire.

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John Prophet was the ultimate warrior for TheEmpire. He was so valued by the Empire them that he was cloned. Thousands of times. Now, tens of thousands of years later, that after the Empire has fallen into disrepair, these sleeper clones are activated to help reestablish re-establish this vast interstellar power, carrying out individual missions and sometimes teaming up with other clones to help their Queen. The only thing in the way of their shared mission? An ancient, warrior John Prophet, who is assembling his own [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] to fight off the return of the Empire.



!!This graphic novel series provides examples of:

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!!This graphic novel series provides !! ''Prophet'' contains examples of:



* TimeAbyss: The story is set well over 10,000 years in the future, when Earth has been colonized by aliens and the human race has become a militaristic empire of bioengineered clones. Some issues reveal the backstory of the extremely long-lived characters, showing (for example) how a small boy growing up in 1920s rural America became the immortal cyborg Diehard.

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* TimeAbyss: The story is set well over 10,000 years in the future, when Earth has been colonized by aliens and the human race has become a militaristic empire of bioengineered clones. Some issues reveal the backstory of the extremely long-lived characters, showing (for example) how a small boy growing up in 1920s rural America became the immortal cyborg Diehard.Diehard.

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10th Feb '16 8:15:47 AM Anddrix
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* CyberneticsEatYourSoul: Subverted, [[{{Youngblood}} Diehard]] is a recurring character and by this point of time all of his organic components are long gone; he's part of the [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] and a sympathetic character. Other robotic and cyborg characters are shown helping the protagonists.

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* CyberneticsEatYourSoul: Subverted, [[{{Youngblood}} [[ComicBook/{{Youngblood}} Diehard]] is a recurring character and by this point of time all of his organic components are long gone; he's part of the [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] and a sympathetic character. Other robotic and cyborg characters are shown helping the protagonists.
10th Feb '16 8:14:32 AM Anddrix
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* ContinuityNod: One of Badrock's (from {{Youngblood}}) kids shows up as a [[BabyPlanet small planet]].
** In the latter half of the series a number of {{Youngblood}} characters have appeared, all in radically different form. Suprema [[spoiler: is a being of pure light living inside a seashell planet]]. Supreme [[spoiler: is dead and is used as a power source for the woman army]]. Troll is an enigmatic mystical figure guiding certain Prophets. Diehard is of course a main character and is at one point given an orb with an image of the original Youngblood team.

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* ContinuityNod: One of Badrock's (from {{Youngblood}}) ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}) kids shows up as a [[BabyPlanet small planet]].
** In the latter half of the series a number of {{Youngblood}} ComicBook/{{Youngblood}} characters have appeared, all in radically different form. Suprema [[spoiler: is a being of pure light living inside a seashell planet]]. Supreme [[spoiler: is dead and is used as a power source for the woman army]]. Troll is an enigmatic mystical figure guiding certain Prophets. Diehard is of course a main character and is at one point given an orb with an image of the original Youngblood team.
26th Jan '16 9:34:53 AM moloch
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''Prophet'' is an American comic book series published by ImageComics, written by BrandonGraham (creator of ''ComicBook/KingCity'' and ''Multiple Warheads'') and illustrated mostly by Simon Roy, Farel Dalrymple and Giannis Milonogiannis.

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''Prophet'' is an American comic book series published by ImageComics, written by BrandonGraham Brandon Graham (creator of ''ComicBook/KingCity'' and ''Multiple Warheads'') and illustrated mostly by Simon Roy, Farel Dalrymple and Giannis Milonogiannis.
26th Jan '16 9:34:40 AM moloch
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* ContinuityReboot: An odd example, the new series is completely different stylistically and in another genre from the 90 series but is still within the same continuity just in the far, far distant future.

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* ContinuityReboot: An odd example, Looks like one at first glance, but it's technically more of a {{Revival}} - the new series is completely different stylistically stylistically, and in another genre from from, the 90 90s series but is still within the same continuity continuity, just in the far, far distant future.
26th Jan '16 9:31:58 AM moloch
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The series is a sort of ContinuityReboot of Creator/RobLiefeld's character of the same name (the new series starts at issue 21). Liefeld's John Prophet was a 1920's vagrant bio-engineered to be the ultimate soldier for an evil magnate, then secretly reprogrammed by his creator to do good, all while hopping around time and losing his memory.

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The series is a sort of not-quite ContinuityReboot of Creator/RobLiefeld's character of the same name (the new series starts at issue 21). Liefeld's John Prophet was name, a 1920's vagrant bio-engineered to be the ultimate soldier for an evil magnate, then secretly reprogrammed by his creator to do good, all while hopping around time and losing his memory.
memory. The new series starts at issue 21, and is technically a {{Revival}}, but it disregards almost every element of the original run to do something ''very'' different.
14th Nov '15 4:00:56 PM nombretomado
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The series is a sort of ContinuityReboot of RobLiefeld's character of the same name (the new series starts at issue 21). Liefeld's John Prophet was a 1920's vagrant bio-engineered to be the ultimate soldier for an evil magnate, then secretly reprogrammed by his creator to do good, all while hopping around time and losing his memory.

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The series is a sort of ContinuityReboot of RobLiefeld's Creator/RobLiefeld's character of the same name (the new series starts at issue 21). Liefeld's John Prophet was a 1920's vagrant bio-engineered to be the ultimate soldier for an evil magnate, then secretly reprogrammed by his creator to do good, all while hopping around time and losing his memory.
4th Oct '15 2:01:46 PM StFan
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''Prophet'' is an American comic book series published by ImageComics, written by BrandonGraham (creator of KingCity and Multiple Warheads) and illustrated mostly by Simon Roy, Farel Dalrymple and Giannis Milonogiannis.

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''Prophet'' is an American comic book series published by ImageComics, written by BrandonGraham (creator of KingCity ''ComicBook/KingCity'' and Multiple Warheads) ''Multiple Warheads'') and illustrated mostly by Simon Roy, Farel Dalrymple and Giannis Milonogiannis.
17th Jul '15 3:06:33 PM agentjohnbishop
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John Prophet was the ultimate warrior for TheEmpire. He was so valued by the Empire that he was cloned. Thousands of times. Now, thousands of years later, that the Empire has fallen into disrepair, these sleeper clones are activated to help reestablish this vast interstellar power, carrying out individual missions and sometimes teaming up with other clones to help their Queen. The only thing in the way of their shared mission? The original John Prophet, who is assembling his own [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] to fight off the return of the Empire.

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John Prophet was the ultimate warrior for TheEmpire. He was so valued by the Empire that he was cloned. Thousands of times. Now, thousands of years later, that the Empire has fallen into disrepair, these sleeper clones are activated to help reestablish this vast interstellar power, carrying out individual missions and sometimes teaming up with other clones to help their Queen. The only thing in the way of their shared mission? The original An ancient, warrior John Prophet, who is assembling his own [[TheAlliance Rebel Alliance]] to fight off the return of the Empire.



* {{Determinator}}: All of the Prophets, but especially the original. However, the newer Prophet clones are conditioned to fight to the death for the Earth Empire, while the original Prophet is a free man with a personal grudge against the Empire.

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* {{Determinator}}: All of the Prophets, but especially the original. old man. However, the newer Prophet clones are conditioned to fight to the death for the Earth Empire, while the original old man Prophet is a free man with a personal grudge against the Empire.



* DecoyProtagonist: At the end of the first story arc, the wandering John Prophet on Earth is shown to be just one of millions of John clones and the true protagonist of the story only emerges later, when the [[spoiler:original John Prophet is released from his slumber on an alien world and begins fighting back against his former Earth masters.]]

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* DecoyProtagonist: At the end of the first story arc, the wandering John Prophet on Earth is shown to be just one of millions of John clones and the true protagonist of the story only emerges later, when the [[spoiler:original [[spoiler:the old man John Prophet is released from his slumber on an alien world and begins fighting back against his former Earth masters.]]



* HumansAreCthulhu / HumansAreTheRealMonsters: 10,000 years in the future, the human race as we know it no longer exists now it is a fanatical empire of warrior clones led by posthuman cyborg-brains, feared across the universe as a threat to all other sentient life. Although the original human John Prophet is depicted as a hero, most of his allies are aliens and robots, not actual humans.

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* HumansAreCthulhu / HumansAreTheRealMonsters: 10,000 years in the future, the human race as we know it no longer exists now it is a fanatical empire of warrior clones led by posthuman cyborg-brains, feared across the universe as a threat to all other sentient life. Although the original human old man John Prophet is depicted as a hero, most of his allies are aliens and robots, not actual humans.



** When the original John Prophet awakes, he is referred to by a variety of impressive names.

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** When the original grandfather John Prophet awakes, he is referred to by a variety of impressive names.
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