History Comicbook / Warrior

29th Jun '16 10:12:22 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* MeaninglessMeaningfulWords: Complete with unnecessary ellipses, [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F Strikes]] and made up phrases.

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* MeaninglessMeaningfulWords: Complete with unnecessary ellipses, [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F Strikes]] and made up made-up phrases.
29th Jun '16 10:10:58 AM CaptainCrawdad
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''Warrior'' was a short lived comic by Team Warrior (conceived and written by Wrestling/{{WWE}} wrestler Wrestling/UltimateWarrior, with Jonathan D. Smith, James Callahan and The Sharp Boys on the art department). It depicts the adventures of the Warrior, his quest to master the philosophy of "Destrucity" and travels through the Terrain of Testament to set right what was wronged. On the surface, it sounds like a simple story, but deep down it is a horribly mangled combination of Creator/MichaelMoorcock-inspired fantasy, [[Literature/TheArtOfWar Sun Tzu]]-styled ramblings, bad artwork a la Creator/RobLiefeld and a convoluted plot that makes the ending of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' look simple in comparison.

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''Warrior'' was a short lived short-lived comic by Team Warrior (conceived and written by Wrestling/{{WWE}} wrestler Wrestling/UltimateWarrior, with Jonathan D. Smith, James Callahan and The Sharp Boys on the art department). It depicts the adventures of the Warrior, his quest to master the philosophy of "Destrucity" and travels through the Terrain of Testament to set right what was wronged. On the surface, it sounds like a simple story, but deep down it is a horribly mangled combination of Creator/MichaelMoorcock-inspired fantasy, [[Literature/TheArtOfWar Sun Tzu]]-styled ramblings, bad artwork a la Creator/RobLiefeld and a convoluted plot that makes the ending of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' look simple in comparison.
24th Aug '15 4:16:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts. The most prominent examples are the inside front and back covers of every issue. The misuse of background colors often makes those pages hard to read.

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* WallOfText: The comic WallOfText:
** Virtually every panel
has several text-filled boxes of indecipherable narration, in three narrations. different styles. One of them is for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts. thoughts.
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The most prominent examples are the inside front and back covers of every issue. The misuse of background colors often makes those pages hard to read.
24th Aug '15 4:12:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* RandomEventsPlot: What little plot there is in this series is either completely random or symbolic to the point of being incomprehensible.
** It doesn't help that the recaps, which might provide some insight, are printed in unreadable font and page style combinations.

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* RandomEventsPlot: What little plot there is in this series is either completely random or symbolic to the point of being incomprehensible.
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incomprehensible. It doesn't help that the recaps, which might provide some insight, are printed in unreadable font and page style combinations.



* TakeThat: In issue #4 Warrior beats up an entire truckstop full of people, starting by beating and humiliating a guy who looked exactly like HulkHogan in the bathroom.

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* TakeThat: TakeThat:
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In issue #4 Warrior beats up an entire truckstop full of people, starting by beating and humiliating a guy who looked exactly like HulkHogan in the bathroom.



* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts.
** The most prominent examples are the inside front and back covers of every issue. The misuse of background colors often makes those pages hard to read.
* WordSaladPhilosophy: The comic book was essentially a long promotional tract for his philosophical ideas.
** "Destrucity" is the "truce between one's destiny and one's reality".... and that's about ''it'' in terms of this philosophy making any sense.

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* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts.
**
thoughts. The most prominent examples are the inside front and back covers of every issue. The misuse of background colors often makes those pages hard to read.
* WordSaladPhilosophy: The comic book was essentially a long promotional tract for his philosophical ideas.
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ideas. "Destrucity" is the "truce between one's destiny and one's reality".... and that's about ''it'' in terms of this philosophy making any sense.
30th Dec '14 4:12:38 PM astrakhan
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** It doesn't help that the recaps, which might provide some insight, are printed in unreadable font and page style combinations.
25th Dec '14 4:22:32 PM ThomasSmith
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* ChewingTheScenery: The comic does it's best to emulate Warrior's acting.
* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: The comic basically boils down to this: reality is at least partly subjective, and stuff we think and believe has as much power over reality as what we do. Except he phrased it in a much more baffling manner, with made up words. In other words, his personal philosphy is this trope.

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* ChewingTheScenery: The comic does it's its best to emulate Warrior's acting.
* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: The comic basically boils down to this: reality is at least partly subjective, and stuff we think and believe has as much power over reality as what we do. Except he phrased it in a much more baffling manner, with made up words. In other words, his personal philosphy philosophy is this trope.
10th Nov '14 9:24:32 AM Dehumanizer
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* TheGrinch: Exaggerated far too much in the form of thee Warrior doing murderous, violent, and sexual things to Santa, his reindeer, his elves, and his property.

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* TheGrinch: Exaggerated far too much in the form of thee the Warrior doing murderous, violent, and sexual things to Santa, his reindeer, his elves, and his property.
5th Sep '14 6:09:56 PM therealjackieboy
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* LullDestruction: A rare comic example. Every page is loaded with paragraphs and paragraphs of text. There is no panel that doesn't contain at least two huge text boxes. The only page with the least amount text is the first "real" page.
13th Aug '14 12:06:42 PM tenryufan
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* MoneyDearBoy: Not surprisingly, this comic was nothing more than a marketing gimmick to promote Warrior's big ego. At one point, an ad was posted for artists who were willing to work on the comic without any pay.
26th Apr '14 12:48:13 PM Volvagia423
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* PerfectlyCromulentWord: Destrucity, Foke[[labelnote:*]] Focused [[/labelnote]] , Jet-Jack[[labelnote:*]] Adrenaline [[/labelnote]].

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* PerfectlyCromulentWord: Destrucity, Foke[[labelnote:*]] Focused Focus [[/labelnote]] , Jet-Jack[[labelnote:*]] Adrenaline [[/labelnote]].
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