History ComicBook / QuantumAndWoody

5th Mar '17 10:07:20 AM 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 ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody''...

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Done when Woody first reads the "Dark Kitty" comic book, an {{Expy}} of MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' ComicBook/BlackPanther (also written by Christopher Priest at the time). Woody badmouths the book with criticisms that are entirely applicable to ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody''...
26th Feb '17 7:18:37 PM Ominae
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* ShoutOut: One of the panicking bystanders in the reboot mentions Gundam as he flees for safety.
7th Feb '17 8:14:48 AM ThallianGold
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** In the comic, Woody (who is white) has the privilege, and uses it freely among the black friends he grew up with in Eric's absence.
7th Sep '16 9:23:18 PM Watchtower
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Fast forward to the 2010's and the series 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. As well as that, it's been [[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.


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Fast forward to the 2010's and the series is experiencing a second wind, wind: a reboot of the series begun began in June 2013 with [[http://www.newsarama.com/comics/quantum-and-woody-valiant.html a new creative team.]] team]] consisting of James Asmus (''Gambit'', ''Runaways'') as writer and Tom Fowler (''Venom'') as artist though the storyline will be slightly different offering something (''Venom''). The series lasted for those who read 12 issues, and was then followed by two miniseries, ''Quantum and Woody Must Die!'' and ''Delinquents'' (the latter crossing over with ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong). Valiant also released ''Q2: The Return of Quantum and Woody'', a miniseries by the original run whilst being accessible to new readers. As well as that, it's been [[http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=48361#storyContinued announced]] that there will be a miniseries creators and 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.series.

15th Apr '16 12:52:21 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* 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.
27th Mar '16 6:43:38 PM MikeW
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** He's on the receivng end in a flashback to hopping in a cab after a run-in with street thugs and when he complains about "those black kids" cutting his suit up, the black cab driver just gapes "son, have you looked at your skin?"
27th Mar '16 6:40:55 PM MikeW
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* ComplexityAddiction: Eric in spades. In a classic story, he's convinced that a woman was murdered as part of a great conspiracy and a red dot at the crime scene is blood. This leads him and Woody to go all over the world tracking down an arms dealer, asking why he killed her...and the man just asks "who?" When they get back, the detective in charge of the case notes that the red dot was ketchup (as Woody was saying all along) and the woman's husband confessed to killing her.
** Heading to a building, Eric insists on climbing up the roof with a grapple gun. Woody just uses the elevator.
** When Woody can't be found, Eric goes on a rampage against David Warrent, convinced he's behind his abduction. It turns out Woody just wasn't answering the phone. Warrent openly lampshades how Eric is obsessed with the idea someone ''has'' to be behind things like a comic book when in real life, "things just happen."
12th Feb '16 1:52:24 PM rjung
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* EndOfSeriesAwareness: In the final issue of the first series, Woody picks up a telephone, then informs Quantum (and the reader) that the book has been cancelled. The trope was reversed when the title was un-cancelled a year later with a ''second'' phone call.
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''...
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