History ComicBook / TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose

30th Apr '17 12:59:19 PM eroock
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* WeirdMoon: Seems to be full ALL the time. Possibly justified in that the comic progresses more or less in real time and is published every 2 months, with most adventures taking place over a single night. In the "Mists of Darkness", which took place over two nights, it was only a full moon for the first night, so Boo-Cat was in her human form for the second. But almost every other time she is in the comic, she spends at least some time as a were-cat due to the full moon.
4th Apr '17 5:45:20 AM mariofan1000
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The series is a mixture of action, tits, magic, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment tits]], neopagan propaganda, [[RuleOfThree tits]], {{AuthorTract}}s, and [[OverlyLongGag tits]].

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The series is a mixture of action, tits, magic, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment tits]], neopagan propaganda, [[RuleOfThree tits]], {{AuthorTract}}s, {{Author Tract}}s, and [[OverlyLongGag tits]].
8th Mar '17 4:26:22 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Medusa Queen looks an awful lot like Creator/AngelinaJolie, and the four "Hollywood Witches" look exactly like MeganFox, Tara Reid, Pamela Anderson, and Paris Hilton.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Medusa Queen looks an awful lot like Creator/AngelinaJolie, and the four "Hollywood Witches" look exactly like MeganFox, Creator/MeganFox, Tara Reid, Pamela Anderson, and Paris Hilton.
25th Feb '17 11:58:15 AM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Medusa Queen looks an awful lot like AngelinaJolie, and the four "Hollywood Witches" look exactly like MeganFox, Tara Reid, Pamela Anderson, and Paris Hilton.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Medusa Queen looks an awful lot like AngelinaJolie, Creator/AngelinaJolie, and the four "Hollywood Witches" look exactly like MeganFox, Tara Reid, Pamela Anderson, and Paris Hilton.
13th Feb '17 6:53:10 AM Malady
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* SexMagic: Among many other forms of magic, witches from partake in sex magic. Especially appropriate, given the [[BestKnownForTheFanservice high count of naked women]].
7th Mar '16 7:14:58 PM BattleMaster
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* AttemptedRape: Boo Cat and Tarot are on the receiving of this.

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* AttemptedRape: Boo Cat and Tarot are on the receiving of this.this ''all the time''.
6th Nov '15 7:24:37 PM ErebusElysium
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* SelfInflictedHell: In Issue #36, Jon ventures into a hole to a vast Hell Dimension that Crypt Chick was taken too. After finding Crypt Chick and intending on escaping, he calls out to the thousands of souls trapped there and tells them that he will bring them along if they choose. They all call out to him and are suddenly free of their imprisonment, their souls rising into the heavens as the sun rises.
24th Oct '15 6:18:13 AM StFan
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'''Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose''' is a bi-monthly comic written and drawn by Jim Balent, coloured and lettered by his partner [[Webcomic/SchoolBites Holly Golightly]], and published by [=BroadSword=] Comics.

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'''Tarot: ''Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose''' Rose'' is a bi-monthly comic written and drawn by Jim Balent, coloured and lettered by his partner [[Webcomic/SchoolBites Holly Golightly]], and published by [=BroadSword=] Comics.




!!This comic provides examples of:

* ADateWithRosiePalms: Tarot does it at the drop of a hat, and has spent a large number of pages doing so in several issues.

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\n!!This comic provides examples of:\n\n* ADateWithRosiePalms: Tarot does it at the drop of a hat, and has spent a large number of pages doing so in several issues.!!Tropes:



* UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks: The series was created in the Aughties, but is basically an extension of Balent's 90s ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'' run, where Selina was a stock 90s Bad Girl in an impossible costume.

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* UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks: The series was created in ADateWithRosiePalms: Tarot does it at the Aughties, but is basically an extension drop of Balent's 90s ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'' run, where Selina was a stock 90s Bad Girl hat, and has spent a large number of pages doing so in an impossible costume.several issues.
24th Sep '15 7:55:37 PM BattleMaster
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The series is a mixture of action, tits, magic, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment tits]], neopagan propaganda, [[RuleOfThree tits]], author rants, and [[OverlyLongGag tits]].

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The series is a mixture of action, tits, magic, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment tits]], neopagan propaganda, [[RuleOfThree tits]], author rants, {{AuthorTract}}s, and [[OverlyLongGag tits]].
29th Jul '15 2:18:56 AM Arivne
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* MoralDissonance: At the conclusion of issue #71, Tarot convinces the mermaid witch to allow the thieving witches to be 'tested by the sea' which consists of chaining someone [[NightmareFuel over shark-infested waters to be eaten;]] if you live, you're not guilty. This punishment is a classic example of and 'eye-for-eye' punishment... the sort of thing she condemned Thornwic for carrying out in an earlier issue.\\
Then again, she didn't have that much choice in the matter since if she hadn't suggested this, the mermaid would have killed them on the spot and seeing as Tarot escaped the same punishment in the same issue they would have a slim chance of escaping as well. Unfortunately, a horrible painful death is far more likely, which is what ended up happening.\\
Considering Tarot escaped via picking up a shark with her legs and having it bite down on her manacles, it's pretty clear that there ''was'' no chance for them.

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* MoralDissonance: At the conclusion of issue #71, Tarot convinces the mermaid witch to allow the thieving witches to be 'tested by the sea' which consists of chaining someone [[NightmareFuel over shark-infested waters to be eaten;]] if you live, you're not guilty. This punishment is a classic example of and 'eye-for-eye' punishment... the sort of thing she condemned Thornwic for carrying out in an earlier issue.\\
Then again, she
She didn't have that much choice in the matter since if she hadn't suggested this, the mermaid would have killed them on the spot and seeing as Tarot escaped the same punishment in the same issue they would have a slim chance of escaping as well. Unfortunately, a horrible painful death is far more likely, which is what ended up happening.\\
Considering that Tarot escaped via picking up a shark with her legs and having it bite down on her manacles, it's pretty clear that there ''was'' no chance for them.
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