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19th Apr '13 1:14:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* For the comic book, see Comicbook/{{Warrior}} For the professional wrestler it's based on, see Wrestling/UltimateWarrior.

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* For the comic book, see Comicbook/{{Warrior}} Comicbook/{{Warrior}}.
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For the professional wrestler it's that the comic is based on, see Wrestling/UltimateWarrior.


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6th Jan '13 6:10:56 AM majohe
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* For the comic book, see [[{{Comicbook/Warrior}} Comicbook.Warrior]]. For the professional wrestler it's based on, see UltimateWarrior.
* For the 2011 film, see [[{{Film/Warrior}} Film.Warrior]].

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* For the comic book, see [[{{Comicbook/Warrior}} Comicbook.Warrior]]. Comicbook/{{Warrior}} For the professional wrestler it's based on, see UltimateWarrior.
Wrestling/UltimateWarrior.
* For the 2011 film, see [[{{Film/Warrior}} Film.Warrior]].
Film/{{Warrior}}.
29th Oct '12 1:58:26 AM Gitman
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* For the comic book, see {{Comicbook/Warrior}}. For the professional wrestler it's based on, see UltimateWarrior.
* For the 2011 film, see {{Film/Warrior}}.

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* For the comic book, see {{Comicbook/Warrior}}.[[{{Comicbook/Warrior}} Comicbook.Warrior]]. For the professional wrestler it's based on, see UltimateWarrior.
* For the 2011 film, see {{Film/Warrior}}.
[[{{Film/Warrior}} Film.Warrior]].
7th May '12 11:02:53 PM Dawnwing
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Not to be confused with ''{{Warriors}}'' or ''TheWarriors''.
4th Oct '11 1:28:29 PM AmyJade
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For the comic book, see {{Comicbook/Warrior}}

For the 2011 film, see {{Film/Warrior}}

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For the comic book, see {{Comicbook/Warrior}}

{{Comicbook/Warrior}}. For the professional wrestler it's based on, see UltimateWarrior.
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For the 2011 film, see {{Film/Warrior}}{{Film/Warrior}}.
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4th Oct '11 12:58:24 PM Gitman
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4th Oct '11 12:58:10 PM Gitman
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->"...The higher self knows only to guard the self from the damage weapons of emotion can sometimes cause. Survival by its protection, my destiny has been to be who I am -- '''''[[color:red:WARRIOR!]]'''''"
--> Excerpt from the intro to the comic.

''Warrior'' was a short lived comic conceived by {{WWE}} wrestler UltimateWarrior. 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 MichaelMoorcock inspired fantasy, SunTzu styled ramblings, bad artwork a la RobLiefeld and a convoluted plot that makes the ending of ''NeonGenesisEvangelion'' look simple in comparison.

[[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] and [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] made a two part review of the comics. [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/bt/spoonyone/reviews/7238-warrior1 Here's Part 1]] and [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/linkara/at4w/22685-at4w-spoony-experiment-warrior-2-3 Part 2.]]

!!''Warrior'' provides examples of:

* AxCrazy: Warrior.
* CutShort: The comic only lasted for four issues, not counting the Christmas special.
* DontYouDarePityMe: When Warrior returns from the hospital, his butler gives him his wheelchair in order to help him relax. Warrior flips out at this and tosses the wheelchair into the stratosphere.
* FanDisservice: The Warrior Christmas Special, where Warrior (spoilered for [[{{Squick}} Squick-tastic]] reasons) [[spoiler:rapes Santa]].
* GrandTheftMe: An evil version of Warrior from the Terrain of Testament takes over the Warrior's body in the real world....supposedly.
* MeaninglessMeaningfulWords: Complete with unnecessary ellipses, [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F Strikes]] and made up phrases.
* MindScrew: So much so that [[ThatGuyWithTheGlasses Dr. Insano]] uses its properties to fuse the Multiverses together (and drive Spoony mad) in order to achieve godhood.
* MoneyDearBoy: Not surprisingly, this comic was nothing more than a marketing gimmick to promote Warrior's big ego. At one point, an add was posted for artists who were willing to work on the comic without any pay.
* NarratingTheObvious: Whenever the narration ''does'' makes sense, it's this.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Warrior's quest is to, among other things, take revenge on the demons who beat him up at the beginning of the story. Unfortunately, we never find out who these demons are or why they are attacking Warrior in the first place.
* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts.
* WordSaladPhilosophy: "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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->"...The higher self knows only to guard the self from the damage weapons of emotion can sometimes cause. Survival by its protection, my destiny has been to be who I am -- '''''[[color:red:WARRIOR!]]'''''"
--> Excerpt from the intro to the comic.

''Warrior'' was a short lived comic conceived by {{WWE}} wrestler UltimateWarrior. 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 MichaelMoorcock inspired fantasy, SunTzu styled ramblings, bad artwork a la RobLiefeld and a convoluted plot that makes the ending of ''NeonGenesisEvangelion'' look simple in comparison.

[[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] and [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] made a two part review of the comics. [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/bt/spoonyone/reviews/7238-warrior1 Here's Part 1]] and [[http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/linkara/at4w/22685-at4w-spoony-experiment-warrior-2-3 Part 2.]]

!!''Warrior'' provides examples of:

* AxCrazy: Warrior.
* CutShort: The comic only lasted for four issues, not counting the Christmas special.
* DontYouDarePityMe: When Warrior returns from the hospital, his butler gives him his wheelchair in order to help him relax. Warrior flips out at this and tosses the wheelchair into the stratosphere.
* FanDisservice: The Warrior Christmas Special, where Warrior (spoilered for [[{{Squick}} Squick-tastic]] reasons) [[spoiler:rapes Santa]].
* GrandTheftMe: An evil version of Warrior from the Terrain of Testament takes over the Warrior's body in the real world....supposedly.
* MeaninglessMeaningfulWords: Complete with unnecessary ellipses, [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F Strikes]] and made up phrases.
* MindScrew: So much so that [[ThatGuyWithTheGlasses Dr. Insano]] uses its properties to fuse the Multiverses together (and drive Spoony mad) in order to achieve godhood.
* MoneyDearBoy: Not surprisingly, this comic was nothing more than a marketing gimmick to promote Warrior's big ego. At one point, an add was posted for artists who were willing to work on
For the comic without any pay.
* NarratingTheObvious: Whenever
book, see {{Comicbook/Warrior}}
For
the narration ''does'' makes sense, it's this.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Warrior's quest is to, among other things, take revenge on the demons who beat him up at the beginning of the story. Unfortunately, we never find out who these demons are or why they are attacking Warrior in the first place.
* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his philosophical side and one for his thoughts.
* WordSaladPhilosophy: "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.
2011 film, see {{Film/Warrior}}
15th Apr '11 3:34:18 PM KingCrInuYasha
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* CutShort: The comic only lasted for four issues.

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* CutShort: The comic only lasted for four issues. issues, not counting the Christmas special.
14th Apr '11 5:45:25 PM KingCrInuYasha
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* AxCrazy: Warrior
* CutShort

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* AxCrazy: Warrior
Warrior.
* CutShortCutShort: The comic only lasted for four issues.



* MoneyDearBoy: Not surprisingly, this comic was nothing more than a marketing gimmick to promote Warrior's big ego.

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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 add was posted for artists who were willing to work on the comic without any pay.
14th Apr '11 5:23:15 PM KingCrInuYasha
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* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his thinking side and one for his thoughts.

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* WallOfText: The comic has three narrations. One for the Warrior's aggressive side, one for his thinking philosophical side and one for his thoughts.
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