History ComicBook / QuantumAndWoody

11th Nov '15 12:47:50 PM Berrenta
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31st Oct '15 8:46:42 PM nombretomado
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Done when Woody first reads the "Dark Kitty" comic book, an {{Expy}} of MarvelComics' ComicBook/BlackPanther (also written by Christopher Priest at the time). Woody badmouths the book with criticisms that are entirely applicable to ''QuantumAndWoody''...
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Done when Woody first reads the "Dark Kitty" comic book, an {{Expy}} of MarvelComics' ComicBook/BlackPanther (also written by Christopher Priest at the time). Woody badmouths the book with criticisms that are entirely applicable to ''QuantumAndWoody''...''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody''...
8th Oct '15 7:12:53 PM nombretomado
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* CostumeTestMontage: Appears when Eric and Woody are trying on costumes for their new crime-fighting identities. One of the costume pairs they try are LukeCage and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]], a ShoutOut to Priest and Bright's work on ''Heroes For Hire'' and the inspiration for ''Quantum And Woody''.
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* CostumeTestMontage: Appears when Eric and Woody are trying on costumes for their new crime-fighting identities. One of the costume pairs they try are LukeCage ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]], a ShoutOut to Priest and Bright's work on ''Heroes For Hire'' and the inspiration for ''Quantum And Woody''.
14th Aug '15 1:38:48 PM toregg
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* SelfDeprecation: Later issues had a advertisement for the series listing things by funny/not funny. This included on the not funny side "Quantum and Woody #5 (all right, we admit it)".
5th Aug '15 1:53:03 PM StFan
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'''''Quantum and Woody''''' is a comic book series created by Creator/{{Christopher Priest|Comics}} and Mark D. Bright. it was originally published by Acclaim Comics, and later folded into the ValiantComics label after Acclaim's buyout of the Valiant catalog.
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'''''Quantum ''Quantum and Woody''''' Woody'' is a comic book series created by Creator/{{Christopher Priest|Comics}} and Mark D. Bright. it was originally published by Acclaim Comics, and later folded into the ValiantComics label after Acclaim's buyout of the Valiant catalog.

* ContinuityNod: In issue 6 of the reboot, a crazy secessionist soldier is going on about a bizarre conspiracy theory involving Wall Street bankers in gold masks fighting nuns. Even his comrades think he's crazy... when in fact, he's talking about the Sect Civil War arc that was going on at the same time in ''ArcherAndArmstrong'', in which that exact situation happened.
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* ContinuityNod: In issue 6 of the reboot, a crazy secessionist soldier is going on about a bizarre conspiracy theory involving Wall Street bankers in gold masks fighting nuns. Even his comrades think he's crazy... when in fact, he's talking about the Sect Civil War arc that was going on at the same time in ''ArcherAndArmstrong'', ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'', in which that exact situation happened.
12th Aug '14 12:37:55 AM Anicomicgeek
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'''''Quantum and Woody''''' is a comic book series created by Creator/ChristopherPriestComics and Mark D. Bright. it was originally published by Acclaim Comics, and later folded into the ValiantComics label after Acclaim's buyout of the Valiant catalog.
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'''''Quantum and Woody''''' is a comic book series created by Creator/ChristopherPriestComics Creator/{{Christopher Priest|Comics}} and Mark D. Bright. it was originally published by Acclaim Comics, and later folded into the ValiantComics label after Acclaim's buyout of the Valiant catalog.
6th Mar '14 8:29:30 PM astrakhan
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* ContinuityNod: In issue 6 of the reboot, a crazy secessionist soldier is going on about a bizarre conspiracy theory involving Wall Street bankers in gold masks fighting nuns. Even his comrades think he's crazy... when in fact, he's talking about the Sect Civil War arc that was going on at the same time in ''ArcherAndArmstrong'', in which that exact situation happened.
8th Feb '14 11:35:40 AM SomeSortOfTroper
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just seems like "misunderstanding". It's only a Sustained Misunderstanding if it is sustained under explanation with each re-attempt at explanation feeding into the misunderstading e.g. "I left that note for my father" "My god, I'm your father?!" it's also clarely marked as a comedy trope. Could Have Avoided This Plot seems to be the closest because i couldn't find anything under "Tragic misunderstanding".
* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: Eric Henderson believes his best friend Woody abruptly left because of simmering racism, surfacing only once to leave him a rude note demanding a phone call. In reality, Woody left because he and his mother ran away from an abusive relationship and soon fell into poverty; the note was intended for Woody's father to finally call his long-abandoned son.

* SustainedMisunderstanding: Played for drama over a ''fifteen year period''. Eric believes Woody abruptly left because of simmering racism, surfacing only once to leave him a rude note demanding a phone call. In reality, Woody left because he and his mother ran away from an abusive relationship and soon fell into poverty; the note was intended to urge Woody's father to call his long-abandoned son.
27th Jan '14 9:52:53 AM treelo
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''Quantum And Woody'' quickly became an underground cult favorite for its unique blend of sharp writing, irreverent humor, social/racial commentary, and multifaceted characterization. Due to the closure of Acclaim, the series only ran for 22 issues and ended in the middle of a revival story arc. Writer Christopher Priest admits that another six issues have already been completed and simply requires a committed publisher... but given that it's been over a decade since the last issue, the odds are rather slim for a revival. ...Except not really. The series returned in June 2013 with [[http://www.newsarama.com/comics/quantum-and-woody-valiant.html a new creative team.]] consisting of James Asmus (''Gambit'', ''Runaways'') as writer and Tom Fowler (''Venom'') as artist though the storyline will be slightly different offering something for those who read the original run whilst being accessible to new readers. [[NetworkToTheRescue And the unpublished issues are being released digitally.]] Recently, it's been announced that there will [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=48361#storyContinued a miniseries set many years after the ending of the original series. It will be written and drawn by original creators, Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright, respectively.]]
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''Quantum And Woody'' quickly became an underground cult favorite for its unique blend of sharp writing, irreverent humor, social/racial commentary, and multifaceted characterization. Due to the closure of Acclaim, the series only ran for 22 issues and ended in the middle of a revival story arc. Writer Christopher Priest admits that another six issues have already been completed Fast forward to the 2010's and simply requires a committed publisher... but given that it's been over a decade since the last issue, the odds are rather slim for a revival. ...Except not really. The series returned is experiencing a second wind, a reboot of the series begun in June 2013 with [[http://www.newsarama.com/comics/quantum-and-woody-valiant.html a new creative team.]] consisting of James Asmus (''Gambit'', ''Runaways'') as writer and Tom Fowler (''Venom'') as artist though the storyline will be slightly different offering something for those who read the original run whilst being accessible to new readers. [[NetworkToTheRescue And the unpublished issues are being released digitally.]] Recently, As well as that, it's been announced that there will [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=48361#storyContinued announced]] that there will be a miniseries set many years after the ending of the original series. It will be written and drawn by original creators, Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright, respectively.]]
28th Dec '13 9:31:46 AM rjung
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* PlanningWithProps: Done briefly when Woody talks about Eric's plans to romance Amy Fishbein. See WhereDaWhiteWomenAt below.

** A flashback scene at a diner.
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** [[PlanningWithProps A flashback scene at a diner.]]
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