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25th Apr '16 6:48:51 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* ''Webcomic/{{Megamanspritecomic}}'' is a StylisticSuck comic that is Megaman InNameOnly. HilarityEnsues.
5th Apr '16 5:14:01 PM DragonLizardProductions
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*''Webcomic/TalesOfTheSkullKing'' is a comic that uses sprites from the video game {{Scribblenauts}}.
13th Jan '16 10:31:40 AM MegaMarioMan
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* ''Webcomic/UnijuHolidayTheater'' is a comic that edits sprites of characters, usually from UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance games, into the Users of Userpedia, and inserts them into a series of holiday-related escapades.

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* ''Webcomic/UnijuHolidayTheater'' is a comic that edits sprites of characters, usually from UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance games, into the Users of Userpedia, and inserts them into a series of holiday-related escapades. So far, it's been running since Halloween 2008 through the present day.
13th Jan '16 10:30:10 AM MegaMarioMan
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* ''Webcomic/PebbleVersion'' is a parody of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. Has a lot of LampshadeHanging with regard to Pokemon tropes. [[http://www.pebbleversion.com/Archives/Strip1.html Check it out here.]]
* ''ComicBook/WarioComix'' was an early crude sprite comic series that began in the late-90's and ended somewhere around the late 2000's. It was quite possibly the most obscene sprite comic at the time. In the later years the author gave it to someone else, and then it just disappeared from the web. It's almost impossible to find anything about the series on the internet now but it was a pretty huge series for it's time.

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* ''Webcomic/PebbleVersion'' ''Webcomic/UnijuHolidayTheater'' is a comic that edits sprites of characters, usually from UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance games, into the Users of Userpedia, and inserts them into a series of holiday-related escapades.
* ''Pebble Version''
is a parody of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. Has a lot of LampshadeHanging with regard to Pokemon tropes. [[http://www.pebbleversion.com/Archives/Strip1.html Check it out here.]]
* ''ComicBook/WarioComix'' ''Wario Comix'' was an early crude sprite comic series that began in the late-90's and ended somewhere around the late 2000's. It was quite possibly the most obscene sprite comic at the time. In the later years the author gave it to someone else, and then it just disappeared from the web. It's almost impossible to find anything about the series on the internet now but it was a pretty huge series for it's time.
13th Jan '16 4:24:54 AM Rbade
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* ''Mega Pain'' is a sort of lets play on smackjeeves, and sequel ''MvSvMM''

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* ''Mega Pain'' is a sort of lets play on smackjeeves, and sequel ''MvSvMM''''Mvsvmm''
13th Jan '16 4:24:25 AM Rbade
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* ''Mega Pain'' is a sort of lets play on smackjeeves, and sequel ''MvSvMM''


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* ''To Defeat Them All'' is a narrative lets play, produced on smackjeeves
22nd Dec '15 7:31:29 AM mariic
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* ''[[http://www.heroes-comic.com/ Heroes Inc.]]'' is a unique example of this genre, in that it uses sprites from SNES games mixed with 3D rendered environments. The comic began as a traditional sprite comic, based on the premise that Mario and Luigi get sick of doing everything themselves, so they hire other video game protagonists to work alongside them, however both the art style and story transitioned into its current more complex state over the course of its run. VERY well done.

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* ''[[http://www.heroes-comic.com/ Heroes Inc.]]'' ''Webcomic/RobertLynchsHeroesInc'' is a unique example of this genre, in that it uses sprites from SNES games mixed with 3D rendered environments. The comic began as a traditional sprite comic, based on the premise that Mario and Luigi get sick of doing everything themselves, so they hire other video game protagonists to work alongside them, however both the art style and story transitioned into its current more complex state over the course of its run. VERY well done.
12th Sep '15 10:00:12 PM nombretomado
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* There's this [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove little-known]] series called [[WebVideo/BobSquad Bob Squad]], based on the AdvanceWars series. focuses on a squadron of five Orange Star units (one of them named Bob), and the crowd-pleasing [[BigBad Sturm]] who has more than one CO Power, which he uses for mundane/stupid purposes.

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* There's this [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove little-known]] series called [[WebVideo/BobSquad Bob Squad]], based on the AdvanceWars ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars'' series. focuses on a squadron of five Orange Star units (one of them named Bob), and the crowd-pleasing [[BigBad Sturm]] who has more than one CO Power, which he uses for mundane/stupid purposes.
4th Sep '15 4:06:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[Webcomic/EightBitTheater 8-Bit Theater]]'' is a fractured SadistShow retelling of the first ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' game for the NES. The "[[DesignatedHero heroes]]" of our tale are Fighter [=McWarrior=] (a naive nimrod obsessed with swords), Black Mage Evilwizardington (a HeroicComedicSociopath, though calling someone who was briefly King of Hell "heroic" is stretching the term to the breaking point), Thief Prince Elf of Clan Khee'bler (a MagnificentBastard elf with a fondness for exploiting the stupidity of those around him with convoluted, fine-print laden contracts, enforced by his crack teams of Lawyer Ninjas), White Mage (the resident [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Woman]], who also plays the DeadpanSnarker when Black Mage isn't available) and Red Mage Statscowski (the {{Munchkin}} personified, complete with stat-fudging, rules-lawyering, and needlessly complicated plans thwarted by either circumstance, or blissful ignorance of his own stupidity). Quite possibly the single most successful SpriteComic ever made, as it served as the launchpad for Brian Clevinger's [[AtomicRobo general]] [[http://www.amazon.com/Nuklear-Age-Brian-Clevinger/dp/0595325114 creative]] [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/hikym/ career]] and inspired countless imitators.

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* ''[[Webcomic/EightBitTheater 8-Bit Theater]]'' is a fractured SadistShow retelling of the first ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' game for the NES. The "[[DesignatedHero heroes]]" of our tale are Fighter [=McWarrior=] (a naive nimrod obsessed with swords), Black Mage Evilwizardington (a HeroicComedicSociopath, though calling someone who was briefly King of Hell "heroic" is stretching the term to the breaking point), Thief Prince Elf of Clan Khee'bler (a MagnificentBastard elf with a fondness for exploiting the stupidity of those around him with convoluted, fine-print laden contracts, enforced by his crack teams of Lawyer Ninjas), White Mage (the resident [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Woman]], who also plays the DeadpanSnarker when Black Mage isn't available) and Red Mage Statscowski (the {{Munchkin}} personified, complete with stat-fudging, rules-lawyering, and needlessly complicated plans thwarted by either circumstance, or blissful ignorance of his own stupidity). Quite possibly the single most successful SpriteComic ever made, as it served as the launchpad for Brian Clevinger's [[AtomicRobo [[ComicBook/AtomicRobo general]] [[http://www.amazon.com/Nuklear-Age-Brian-Clevinger/dp/0595325114 creative]] [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/hikym/ career]] and inspired countless imitators.
12th Aug '15 11:18:03 AM AngelHalo
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* ''Webcomic/WinneBobble'' has the creator using sprites he makes on his own, taking liberties of using other game sprites only when necessary. On occasion, there will be pixel art present.
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