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6th Feb '17 7:46:22 AM Mineboot45
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* ''[[http://jenffersshow.thecomicseries.com/ Jenffer´s Show]]'', a possible TrollFic by a user at the old [[ImageBoards 789chan]], combines hideous and poorly made artwork (which is bad enough to make the art from ''Webcomic/SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' look beautiful and detailed in comparison) with an unintelligible plot where it is ''very'' hard to understand what is going on in most of the pages. The dialogue constantly includes grammar mistakes (and on some pages, it becomes [[https://web.archive.org/web/20131109155147/http://jenffersshow.thecomicseries.com/comics/837/ literally unreadable]] due the small and confusing handwriting). Pretty much like ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'' [[UncertainAudience it doesn't seem to know its target audience]], and despite being around the web since around 2010 (though the author appears to have been making it for ''decades''), it hasn't show any signs of improvement.

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* ''[[http://jenffersshow.thecomicseries.com/ Jenffer´s Jenffer's Show]]'', a possible TrollFic by a user at the old [[ImageBoards 789chan]], combines hideous and poorly made artwork (which is bad enough to make the art from ''Webcomic/SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' look beautiful and detailed in comparison) with an unintelligible plot where it is ''very'' hard to understand what is going on in most of the pages. The dialogue constantly includes grammar mistakes (and on some pages, it becomes [[https://web.archive.org/web/20131109155147/http://jenffersshow.thecomicseries.com/comics/837/ literally unreadable]] due the small and confusing handwriting). Pretty much like ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'' [[UncertainAudience it doesn't seem to know its target audience]], and despite being around the web since around 2010 (though the author appears to have been making it for ''decades''), it hasn't show any signs of improvement.
19th Jan '17 3:34:34 AM theladyisatiger
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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a [[StrawmanPolitical straw]] pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light's]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a [[StrawmanPolitical straw]] pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit because it goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light's]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."
1st Jan '17 8:05:56 PM Willbyr
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1st Jan '17 3:55:35 AM supergod
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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a [[StrawmanPolitical straw]] pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a [[StrawmanPolitical straw]] pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light]].Light's]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."
31st Dec '16 2:58:13 PM supergod
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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a (StrawmanPolitical straw) pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story about young man who becomes the world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a (StrawmanPolitical straw) [[StrawmanPolitical straw]] pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of popular comic book stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."
31st Dec '16 2:57:13 PM supergod
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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] superhero story about a young man who lives in a crime infested city and uses his entirely-unexplained light manipulation powers to fight a cell of thugs known as Slavers. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics The light powers also somehow give him the ability to fly.]] The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]) can't draw, and the story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of other comic book stories. Mostly considered by Linkara to be an OldShame alongside the Angel Armor books, and is no longer updated.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] superhero story about a young man who lives in a crime infested city and uses his entirely-unexplained light manipulation powers to fight a cell of thugs known as Slavers. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics The light powers also somehow give him becomes the ability to fly.]] The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that world's first superhero, written by Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]) can't draw, Linkara]]), now mostly considered an OldShame and the with good reason. The comic follows Carter Granholme, a (StrawmanPolitical straw) pacifist who's had unexplained light manipulation powers since birth, but decides to never use them becaus eit goes against his philosophy. After running away from a woman being attacked seconds after he finishes philosophizing in his head about whether he should be using his powers or not, he comes to a realization that "pacifism breeds evil." The character is bland and [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic unintentionally]] unlikable, and is prone to spouting [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]]. The story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of other popular comic book stories. Mostly considered by stories, with the main character being [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} an orphan whose parents are murdered]], who can [[ComicBook/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], and whose [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk powers sometimes spark when he's angry]]. Even his costume looks like a slightly modified rip-off of [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/2/24/Doctor_Light.png/revision/latest?cb=20130305211421 Dr. Light]]. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin and often has significant events happen out of nowhere without even so much as a HandWave. The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara to be an OldShame alongside can't draw, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions, coupled with a badly-done UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job. While the Angel Armor books, art does get better as it goes on, it only reaches a decent level once the guest artists start coming in. Most of that could still work if not for the stilted writing and ham-fisted dialogue, with lines such as, "He is no longer updated. an evil man. Perhaps someday, if he understands that, he will be able to change and do things that will do true good. But for now all he ever will be is an evil man. And he has done nothing that is good."
27th Dec '16 4:47:08 AM MorphinBrony
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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] superhero story about a young man who lives in a crime infested city and uses his entirely-unexplained light manipulation powers to fight a cell of thugs known as Slavers. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics The light powers also somehow give him the ability to fly.]] The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara can't draw, and the story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of other comic book stories. Mostly considered by [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] to be an OldShame alongside the Angel Armor books, and is no longer updated.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}'' [[http://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] superhero story about a young man who lives in a crime infested city and uses his entirely-unexplained light manipulation powers to fight a cell of thugs known as Slavers. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics The light powers also somehow give him the ability to fly.]] The art itself is awful, owing to the fact that Linkara (yes, ''that'' [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]) can't draw, and the story is pretty much a Frankenstein's monster of other comic book stories. Mostly considered by [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] Linkara to be an OldShame alongside the Angel Armor books, and is no longer updated.
19th Dec '16 3:34:52 PM Sammettik
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* ''Project 2nd'' is a webcomic that is inspired by another webcomic called ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''. And by "inspired", we mean "[[SerialNumbersFiledOff blatantly ripped-off and traced from the source]]". The two leads being an AuthorAvatar that was originally created to be the brother of ''Two Kinds'' character Flora [[BrotherSisterIncest which has plenty of creepy overtones]], and a tiger girl named Fauna ([[CaptainErsatz who is Flora in all but name]]). The artwork is poor despite being a trace-over, and what isn't traced looks even worse, particularly the BigBad who has been likened to an "Evil Guitar Pick". The writing is spotty with many typos that were left unchecked (while English may not be the author's first language, he could've invested someone to proofread it). Finally, there is the cardinal sin of [[SmallNameBigEgo the author]] being very sensitive [[CantTakeCriticism when it comes to criticism]]. [[WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief Riiser]] had tackled this webcomic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B00sGGvNjUE in his review right here]].
19th Dec '16 11:09:15 AM hydrix
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* ''Project 2nd'' is a webcomic that is inspired by another webcomic called ''Webcomic/TwoKinds''. And by "inspired", we mean "[[SerialNumbersFiledOff blatantly ripped-off and traced from the source]]". The two leads being an AuthorAvatar that was originally created to be the brother of ''Two Kinds'' character Flora [[BrotherSisterIncest which has plenty of creepy overtones]], and a tiger girl named Fauna ([[CaptainErsatz who is Flora in all but name]]). The artwork is rather poor where it has a lot of traced material, and the spotty writing with many typos that were left unchecked (while English may not be the author's first language, he could've invested someone to proofread it). Finally, there is the cardinal sin of [[SmallNameBigEgo the author]] being very sensitive [[CantTakeCriticism when it comes to criticism]]. [[WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief Riiser]] had tackled this webcomic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B00sGGvNjUE in his review right here]].
14th Dec '16 10:17:37 PM DeathBySnooSnoo
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