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28th Jan '16 12:08:58 AM Kid
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. [=McCullough=], author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today.[=McCullough=] describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. [=McCullough=], author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today. [=McCullough=] describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".
19th Jan '16 7:08:15 AM Zanreo
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* This is the reason Zanreo of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers''}} felt it necessary to redo the "The Contract" storyline several years after it was first made, as the old one was "just bad all over". The old comics are still up, but she makes it clear these are the old versions and changed the description to a link to the new version.
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* This is the reason Zanreo of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers''}} ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' felt it necessary to redo the "The Contract" storyline several years after it was first made, as the old one was "just bad all over". The old comics are still up, but she makes it clear these are the old versions and changed the description to a link to the new version.
19th Jan '16 7:07:55 AM Zanreo
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* Gigi D. G. practically disowned all her Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}} comics, despite the massive popularity they gave her. She wanted to improve and do something different and felt trapped in the "videogame parody" format. The overuse of [[MemeticMutation memes]] and quotes from her works from fans probably fastened the choice.
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* Gigi D. G. practically disowned all her Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}} comics, despite the massive popularity they gave her. She wanted to improve and do something different and felt trapped in the "videogame parody" format. The overuse of [[MemeticMutation memes]] and quotes from her works from fans probably fastened the choice.choice. * This is the reason Zanreo of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers''}} felt it necessary to redo the "The Contract" storyline several years after it was first made, as the old one was "just bad all over". The old comics are still up, but she makes it clear these are the old versions and changed the description to a link to the new version.
30th Jul '15 4:24:38 PM WoodyAlienCubed
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My bad, Hiimdaisy wasn't the nickname
* Gigi D. G. practically disowned all the works she made under the nickname Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}}, despite the massive popularity they gave her. She wanted to improve and do something different and felt trapped in the "videogame parody" format. The overuse of [[MemeticMutation memes]] and quotes from her works from fans probably fastened the choice.
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* Gigi D. G. practically disowned all the works she made under the nickname Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}}, her Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}} comics, despite the massive popularity they gave her. She wanted to improve and do something different and felt trapped in the "videogame parody" format. The overuse of [[MemeticMutation memes]] and quotes from her works from fans probably fastened the choice.
30th Jul '15 4:22:36 PM WoodyAlienCubed
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. [=McCullough=], author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today.[=McCullough=] describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. [=McCullough=], author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today.[=McCullough=] describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".off-putting". * Gigi D. G. practically disowned all the works she made under the nickname Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}}, despite the massive popularity they gave her. She wanted to improve and do something different and felt trapped in the "videogame parody" format. The overuse of [[MemeticMutation memes]] and quotes from her works from fans probably fastened the choice.
28th Jul '15 7:06:15 PM MisterBeeg
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** Willis also considers his strip-swap with DavidGonterman (where they took over each-other's strips for a day) to be this.
25th Jul '15 2:28:09 AM MechWarrior
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* As mentioned above, before ''Webcomic/HeartCore'', TL Welker did a gag-a-page comic called ''Unsound of Mind'', where some of the central characters for ''Heartcore'' would originate from. She has long since discontinued [=UoM=], and has stated whenever asked about it that she doesn't ever want to return to [=UoM=]. The closest thing one can find to UoM in her Website/DeviantArt gallery these days are the sidecomics of ''[=HeartCore=]'', wich are written in a similar comedic manner.
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* As mentioned above, before ''Webcomic/HeartCore'', TL Welker did a gag-a-page comic called ''Unsound of Mind'', where some of the central characters for ''Heartcore'' would originate from. She has long since discontinued [=UoM=], and has stated whenever asked about it that she doesn't ever want to return to [=UoM=]. The closest thing one can find to UoM [=UoM=] in her Website/DeviantArt gallery these days are the sidecomics of ''[=HeartCore=]'', wich are written in a similar comedic manner.
25th Jul '15 2:27:30 AM MechWarrior
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->''[[BerserkButton Every time someone mentions]] [[HornyDevils Ame's]] past life as a [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic fan character]], [[DisproportionateRetribution something mean happens to something cute]] [[SeriousBusiness I swear!]]''
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->''[[BerserkButton Every time someone mentions]] [[HornyDevils Ame's]] past life as a [[SonicTheHedgehog [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic fan character]], [[DisproportionateRetribution something mean happens to something cute]] [[SeriousBusiness I swear!]]''
12th Apr '15 7:39:52 PM nombretomado
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* This is largely how Shin-Goji of ''Webcomic/TwistedKaijuTheater'' regards the [[CuteMonsterGirl K-Girls]] these days, a sentiment shared by most (if not all) of their actual creators as well, to the point of him removing the link to their galleries from the main site. However, out of respect for their fans (and those creators still attached to the characters), he still hosts the galleries on his site, although the link to them now exists solely on their DeviantArt fan group "Daikaiju Academy."
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* This is largely how Shin-Goji of ''Webcomic/TwistedKaijuTheater'' regards the [[CuteMonsterGirl K-Girls]] these days, a sentiment shared by most (if not all) of their actual creators as well, to the point of him removing the link to their galleries from the main site. However, out of respect for their fans (and those creators still attached to the characters), he still hosts the galleries on his site, although the link to them now exists solely on their DeviantArt Website/DeviantArt fan group "Daikaiju Academy."
10th Apr '15 2:30:10 PM Twentington
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. McCullough, author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today. McCullough describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".
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* Canadian political cartoonist and pundit J.J. McCullough, [=McCullough=], author of Filibuster Cartoons, considers much of his earlier work to qualify for this trope. His early cartoons were drawn in a less detailed manner, and his political views were far more extreme and reactionary than the more nuanced ideas he puts forward today. McCullough [=McCullough=] describes his first cartoons as the work of a "particularly naive, immature, reactionary teenager", and confesses that he produced cartoons and views that were "shrill and off-putting".
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