History Webcomic / ALoonaticsTale

6th Aug '16 10:51:46 AM eroock
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* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]]: WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.

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* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]]: WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.
6th Aug '16 10:49:41 AM eroock
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* BonusMaterial: Quite a lot of it. The cast page on the site has a psychoanalysis for about every character there, and you can also find animation projects, Becky's art installations for her school projects, a read-along for a section of Stone Cold Crazy, and a board game that is unrelated to the comic (But still looks pretty cool). In the books, meanwhile, you get sketches and commentary. The Crossbones book has a fanart section, while Volume 1 of the main comic features the FourthWallMailSlot and a bonus short comic.



* ShrugOfGod: Rick and Becky will never, ''ever'' tell anything that will be important to a later story. Even if it will be years before they get to it.



* WordOfGod: Ask Becky or Rick something. Anything. No, go on. If they don't tell you, either they haven't worked it out yet, or it's going to be important later.
6th Aug '16 10:48:29 AM eroock
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* AllThereInTheManual - Rebecca and Rick will often give info about the characters that hasn't been brought up in the main comic yet.

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* AllThereInTheManual - AllThereInTheManual: Rebecca and Rick will often give info about the characters that hasn't been brought up in the main comic yet.



* ArtEvolution - Look at the cover page for the original "Zinc's Day Out". Then look at the latest page of either "Crossbones" or "Talking to Myself", and say the art hasn't improved. I dare you.
* ArtShift - The main premise in "Talking to Myself." Each style shift is intended to reflect different characters, and how they see themselves and the world.
* AwesomeButImpractical - Lynch Cruor's weapon of choice is a Punjab lasso -- in layman's terms, a weaponized hangman's noose. Fortunately for him, he's had almost a millenium to perfect his technique.
* BadassCape - Vagabond has one, along with a NiceHat.

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* ArtEvolution - ArtEvolution: Look at the cover page for the original "Zinc's Day Out". Then look at the latest page of either "Crossbones" or "Talking to Myself", and say the art hasn't improved. I dare you.
* ArtShift - ArtShift: The main premise in "Talking to Myself." Each style shift is intended to reflect different characters, and how they see themselves and the world.
* AwesomeButImpractical - AwesomeButImpractical: Lynch Cruor's weapon of choice is a Punjab lasso -- in layman's terms, a weaponized hangman's noose. Fortunately for him, he's had almost a millenium to perfect his technique.
* BadassCape - BadassCape: Vagabond has one, along with a NiceHat.



* BadassNormal- A significant portion of the Mercia Elite. While they're mostly hired based on Malcolm's "save-the-puppy" mentality, most of them are experts in their fields (firearms and explosives for Laguna, hand-to-hand combat for Polly, sarcasm for Flint).
* BodyHorror - The Zinc family hair is a mild (and not really "horrible" so much as "weird") example, which hasn't really come up in the comic yet. It eats (literally) anything it comes into contact with. The only exception is that it will tolerate one ([[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation UND PRECISELY VUN]]) variety of hat, which is different for each individual Zinc.
* BonusMaterial - Quite a lot of it. The cast page on the site has a psychoanalysis for about every character there, and you can also find animation projects, Becky's art installations for her school projects, a read-along for a section of Stone Cold Crazy, and a board game that is unrelated to the comic (But still looks pretty cool). In the books, meanwhile, you get sketches and commentary. The Crossbones book has a fanart section, while Volume 1 of the main comic features the FourthWallMailSlot and a bonus short comic.
* BreadEggsMilkSquick - Literally. Laguna puts some organs from a corpse into a machine for analysis. The machine spits out a shopping list with the results nestled between produce and condiments.

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* BadassNormal- BadassNormal: A significant portion of the Mercia Elite. While they're mostly hired based on Malcolm's "save-the-puppy" mentality, most of them are experts in their fields (firearms and explosives for Laguna, hand-to-hand combat for Polly, sarcasm for Flint).
* BodyHorror - BodyHorror: The Zinc family hair is a mild (and not really "horrible" so much as "weird") example, which hasn't really come up in the comic yet. It eats (literally) anything it comes into contact with. The only exception is that it will tolerate one ([[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation UND PRECISELY VUN]]) variety of hat, which is different for each individual Zinc.
* BonusMaterial - BonusMaterial: Quite a lot of it. The cast page on the site has a psychoanalysis for about every character there, and you can also find animation projects, Becky's art installations for her school projects, a read-along for a section of Stone Cold Crazy, and a board game that is unrelated to the comic (But still looks pretty cool). In the books, meanwhile, you get sketches and commentary. The Crossbones book has a fanart section, while Volume 1 of the main comic features the FourthWallMailSlot and a bonus short comic.
* BreadEggsMilkSquick - BreadEggsMilkSquick: Literally. Laguna puts some organs from a corpse into a machine for analysis. The machine spits out a shopping list with the results nestled between produce and condiments.



* BreakingTheFourthWall - Done on several occasions. A few notable instances are when Flint tries losing a pursuer by jumping into the panel below, and Riley getting nervous because they're on page 13. An [[http://zibaricon.org/comics/flintfourthwall/flintfourthwall.php installation project]] by the artist also featured Flint ''breaking out of the comic book itself and exploring the room, making snide remarks before falling back into a computer animation.''

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* BreakingTheFourthWall - BreakingTheFourthWall: Done on several occasions. A few notable instances are when Flint tries losing a pursuer by jumping into the panel below, and Riley getting nervous because they're on page 13. An [[http://zibaricon.org/comics/flintfourthwall/flintfourthwall.php installation project]] by the artist also featured Flint ''breaking out of the comic book itself and exploring the room, making snide remarks before falling back into a computer animation.''



* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]] - WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.
* CanonDiscontinuity - The second storyline, "Job Hunting," never happened/will be rewritten over the course of summer 2010.

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* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]] - Lazy]]: WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.
* CanonDiscontinuity - CanonDiscontinuity: The second storyline, "Job Hunting," never happened/will be rewritten over the course of summer 2010.



* CharacterTics - Zinc family members will have their left eye twitch when they feel a negative emotion (anger, fear, etc.).
* ChessMaster - Miya's character profile informs us that, at the tender age of 13, she's a master manipulator and a fledgeling version of this, if not already there.
* AChildShallLeadThem - King Malcolm Quimby is only 15 years old, though it's reasonable for one to assume otherwise. (See YoungerThanTheyLook below)

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* CharacterTics - CharacterTics: Zinc family members will have their left eye twitch when they feel a negative emotion (anger, fear, etc.).
* ChessMaster - ChessMaster: Miya's character profile informs us that, at the tender age of 13, she's a master manipulator and a fledgeling version of this, if not already there.
* AChildShallLeadThem - AChildShallLeadThem: King Malcolm Quimby is only 15 years old, though it's reasonable for one to assume otherwise. (See YoungerThanTheyLook below)



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass - See BadassNormal above. Laguna is tremendously lazy and won't get involved unless he absolutely has to (and still, no promises), Polly has been scientifically proven to be the second-nicest being in existence, and the notion that Riley is good for anything at all comes as a shock even if you've seen it happen before.
* DamnedByFaintPraise - Dr. Qubert tends to get this; he's enthusiastic, but that's about all you can say for him.
* ADayInTheLimelight - Vagabond from the short comic by the same name, and Troy from Crossbones. Made even more notable by the fact that while they will probably be major players, neither one has appeared in the main comic yet.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass - CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: See BadassNormal above. Laguna is tremendously lazy and won't get involved unless he absolutely has to (and still, no promises), Polly has been scientifically proven to be the second-nicest being in existence, and the notion that Riley is good for anything at all comes as a shock even if you've seen it happen before.
* DamnedByFaintPraise - DamnedByFaintPraise: Dr. Qubert tends to get this; he's enthusiastic, but that's about all you can say for him.
* ADayInTheLimelight - ADayInTheLimelight: Vagabond from the short comic by the same name, and Troy from Crossbones. Made even more notable by the fact that while they will probably be major players, neither one has appeared in the main comic yet.



* DeadpanSnarker - Van and Flint.
* TheDitz - Troy McKelski, so much.
* DoNotCallMePaul - Riley prefers to go by his surname (Zinc). Most people in-universe oblige him.
* DramaticThunder - Happens whenever Jasper does his EvilLaugh
* EvilLaugh - While not necessarily evil, Riley DOES get one in "Stone Cold Crazy." And then Laguna asks where the [[LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn pipe organ music is coming from.]]
* FantasyCounterpartCulture - Most countries in the world of ''A Loonatic's Tale'' are {{Exp|y}}ies of real ones. Mercia and Mysteel are notable examples as they're ''both'' American Expies; just different aspects of America (Mysteel tends towards super-patriotism, gun-nuttery, and warmongering, while Mercia favors peace, diplomacy, and keeping your head down. Make up your own mind which parts of America these fit with).
* FourthWallMailSlot - At the end of each issue, starting with "Stone Cold Crazy."
* FourthWallObserver - Flint
* GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity - Dr. Chester has this, being lazy and apathetic about his job to the (hitherto thought impossible) point of being even more dangerous to his patients than Dr. Qubert. WordOfGod (see BrilliantButLazy above) is that he only keeps his job because the directors occasionally hinge his continued employment on the success of a case.

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* DeadpanSnarker - DeadpanSnarker: Van and Flint.
* TheDitz - TheDitz: Troy McKelski, so much.
* DoNotCallMePaul - DoNotCallMePaul: Riley prefers to go by his surname (Zinc). Most people in-universe oblige him.
* DramaticThunder - DramaticThunder: Happens whenever Jasper does his EvilLaugh
* EvilLaugh - EvilLaugh: While not necessarily evil, Riley DOES get one in "Stone Cold Crazy." And then Laguna asks where the [[LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn pipe organ music is coming from.]]
* FantasyCounterpartCulture - FantasyCounterpartCulture: Most countries in the world of ''A Loonatic's Tale'' are {{Exp|y}}ies of real ones. Mercia and Mysteel are notable examples as they're ''both'' American Expies; just different aspects of America (Mysteel tends towards super-patriotism, gun-nuttery, and warmongering, while Mercia favors peace, diplomacy, and keeping your head down. Make up your own mind which parts of America these fit with).
* FourthWallMailSlot - FourthWallMailSlot: At the end of each issue, starting with "Stone Cold Crazy."
* FourthWallObserver - FourthWallObserver: Flint
* GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity - GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity: Dr. Chester has this, being lazy and apathetic about his job to the (hitherto thought impossible) point of being even more dangerous to his patients than Dr. Qubert. WordOfGod (see BrilliantButLazy above) is that he only keeps his job because the directors occasionally hinge his continued employment on the success of a case.



* HeterosexualLifePartners - Flint and Riley, anyone? Of course, Flint just claims he's there out of obligation, but still...

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* HeterosexualLifePartners - HeterosexualLifePartners: Flint and Riley, anyone? Of course, Flint just claims he's there out of obligation, but still...



* TheJuggernaut- Laguna, full stop. His title "The Bulletproof General" comes from the fact that he's been in over a hundred battles without so much as a scratch, even if the rest of his team's been wiped out.

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* TheJuggernaut- TheJuggernaut: Laguna, full stop. His title "The Bulletproof General" comes from the fact that he's been in over a hundred battles without so much as a scratch, even if the rest of his team's been wiped out.



* MotorMouth - Riley can fall into this when he panics.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast - Subverted with Dr. Wilheim Qubert, aka Dr. Death. His title comes more from incompetence with patients than him actually being evil.

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* MotorMouth - MotorMouth: Riley can fall into this when he panics.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast - NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Subverted with Dr. Wilheim Qubert, aka Dr. Death. His title comes more from incompetence with patients than him actually being evil.



* OnlySixFaces - Averted, as the artist does make a point of giving each character different facial features, both subtle and dramatic... at least in later strips. The early pages aren't as good with this.

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* OnlySixFaces - OnlySixFaces: Averted, as the artist does make a point of giving each character different facial features, both subtle and dramatic... at least in later strips. The early pages aren't as good with this.



* OurGhostsAreDIfferent - [[spoiler:Jasper Zinc]] can become tangible by donning a special computer chip. Otherwise, ghosts are bound to the building they appear in, cannot speak or cross running water, and are weak to light. They do, however, have increased strength and the ability to possess others.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent - There appear to be three types of vampires so far: Flint's type (which appear to be more of a "classic" variety), the Cruor vampires (who have another set of fangs that secrete a deadly poison), and a more corpse-like variety that is caused by a cat jumping over a shallow grave. [[spoiler:The last is the kind Troy [=McKelski=] will eventually become.]]

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* OurGhostsAreDIfferent - OurGhostsAreDIfferent: [[spoiler:Jasper Zinc]] can become tangible by donning a special computer chip. Otherwise, ghosts are bound to the building they appear in, cannot speak or cross running water, and are weak to light. They do, however, have increased strength and the ability to possess others.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent - OurVampiresAreDifferent: There appear to be three types of vampires so far: Flint's type (which appear to be more of a "classic" variety), the Cruor vampires (who have another set of fangs that secrete a deadly poison), and a more corpse-like variety that is caused by a cat jumping over a shallow grave. [[spoiler:The last is the kind Troy [=McKelski=] will eventually become.]]



* ThePigPen - Laguna. Despite the fact that he DOES actually bathe, he's a filth magnet.
* ProperlyParanoid - Whatever Riley's freaking out about, he's usually right...but [[CassandraTruth no one believes him]].
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits - The Mercia Elite, full stop.
* RunningGag - The staff of the Mercia Sanitarium and Straightjacket Emporium seem pretty fixated on getting a pinball machine for the break room.
* ScarfOfAsskicking - Troy has one of these.

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* ThePigPen - ThePigPen: Laguna. Despite the fact that he DOES actually bathe, he's a filth magnet.
* ProperlyParanoid - ProperlyParanoid: Whatever Riley's freaking out about, he's usually right...but [[CassandraTruth no one believes him]].
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits - RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The Mercia Elite, full stop.
* RunningGag - RunningGag: The staff of the Mercia Sanitarium and Straightjacket Emporium seem pretty fixated on getting a pinball machine for the break room.
* ScarfOfAsskicking - ScarfOfAsskicking: Troy has one of these.



* StylisticSuck - Also literal suck at the same time-Rick draws the pages of Talking To Myself where Riley and Flint try to offer Qubert some insight into Laguna's mental state. From the very first panel it becomes abundantly clear why Becky handles all the art.
* SunglassesAtNight - Laguna wears them, though it's because the flare from his guns can hurt his eyes otherwise.
* ATeamFiring - Laguna suffers from this, though it's because his eyes are so sensitive to light.

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* StylisticSuck - StylisticSuck: Also literal suck at the same time-Rick draws the pages of Talking To Myself where Riley and Flint try to offer Qubert some insight into Laguna's mental state. From the very first panel it becomes abundantly clear why Becky handles all the art.
* SunglassesAtNight - SunglassesAtNight: Laguna wears them, though it's because the flare from his guns can hurt his eyes otherwise.
* ATeamFiring - ATeamFiring: Laguna suffers from this, though it's because his eyes are so sensitive to light.



* ThereAreNoTherapists - Averted, thanks to the Mercia Sanitarium and Straitjacket Emporium. Just how COMPETENT said therapists are is another matter.
* ToKnowHimIMustBecomeHim - Qubert's theory is that he can help understand mental patients and cure their symptoms by applying this.
* TotallyRadical - In-universe example. Chuck Terbium keeps using the phrase "real talk", but no one seems to have any idea what "real talk" actually means (from context, it's possible it means something like "yeah, right").
* TriggerHappy - What idiot gave Riley a firearm? Oh, the boss. Way to go, boss. You gave a crazy man heavy artillery.

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* ThereAreNoTherapists - ThereAreNoTherapists: Averted, thanks to the Mercia Sanitarium and Straitjacket Emporium. Just how COMPETENT said therapists are is another matter.
* ToKnowHimIMustBecomeHim - ToKnowHimIMustBecomeHim: Qubert's theory is that he can help understand mental patients and cure their symptoms by applying this.
* TotallyRadical - TotallyRadical: In-universe example. Chuck Terbium keeps using the phrase "real talk", but no one seems to have any idea what "real talk" actually means (from context, it's possible it means something like "yeah, right").
* TriggerHappy - TriggerHappy: What idiot gave Riley a firearm? Oh, the boss. Way to go, boss. You gave a crazy man heavy artillery.



* TVGenius - Averted and played straight by Jasper, at the same time. He's legitimately of genuis-level intelligence, but he gives other people so little credit for ''their'' intelligence that he deliberately cultivates this persona to make sure everyone gets the message straight away.
* UnsoundEffect - [[http://static2007.deviantart.com/art/Stone-Cold-Crazy-69-129780175 BWARB]] and [[http://static2007.deviantart.com/art/Talking-to-Myself-17-154857694 TWITCH]] are two prominent examples.
* VitriolicBestBuds - Doctors Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium. Lifelong friends and a crack psychoanalytical team-Jeff is a diagnostic genius, while Chuck takes treatment to insane levels. They banter back and forth on their notes as they disagree over diagnoses, treatments, and whether or not insulting Dr. Qubert is acceptable (Jeff says no); Lee Cruor's analysis gets particularly heated, culminating in Nobelium declaring he hates Terbium forever, only to agree to go out for a beer later.
* TheVoiceless - The characters of the comic write the newsposts, and post on the forums, in character. Miya communicates entirely through image macros in this format.
* TheWonka- Riley's father Cyrus is a private investigator with a very childlike outlook and extremely active imagination-probably a little too active. In one side story, he actually gets depressed because he turned out to be the murderer in a game of Clue. And HIS father Jasper has a sweet tooth so insatiable that he'll literally drop everything if he so much as suspects that there's candy in the room.
* WordOfGod - Ask Becky or Rick something. Anything. No, go on. If they don't tell you, either they haven't worked it out yet, or it's going to be important later.
* YouHaveToBelieveMe - Poor Zinc. Even though he ''is'' technically crazy, he's right about many things that others dismiss as his mental issues. The bug zapper, for instance...
* YoungerThanTheyLook - Despite his young age, Malcolm's been through a lot and probably has the attitude of a 70-year-old.

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* TVGenius - TVGenius: Averted and played straight by Jasper, at the same time. He's legitimately of genuis-level intelligence, but he gives other people so little credit for ''their'' intelligence that he deliberately cultivates this persona to make sure everyone gets the message straight away.
* UnsoundEffect - UnsoundEffect: [[http://static2007.deviantart.com/art/Stone-Cold-Crazy-69-129780175 BWARB]] and [[http://static2007.deviantart.com/art/Talking-to-Myself-17-154857694 TWITCH]] are two prominent examples.
* VitriolicBestBuds - VitriolicBestBuds: Doctors Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium. Lifelong friends and a crack psychoanalytical team-Jeff is a diagnostic genius, while Chuck takes treatment to insane levels. They banter back and forth on their notes as they disagree over diagnoses, treatments, and whether or not insulting Dr. Qubert is acceptable (Jeff says no); Lee Cruor's analysis gets particularly heated, culminating in Nobelium declaring he hates Terbium forever, only to agree to go out for a beer later.
* TheVoiceless - TheVoiceless: The characters of the comic write the newsposts, and post on the forums, in character. Miya communicates entirely through image macros in this format.
* TheWonka- TheWonka: Riley's father Cyrus is a private investigator with a very childlike outlook and extremely active imagination-probably a little too active. In one side story, he actually gets depressed because he turned out to be the murderer in a game of Clue. And HIS father Jasper has a sweet tooth so insatiable that he'll literally drop everything if he so much as suspects that there's candy in the room.
* WordOfGod - WordOfGod: Ask Becky or Rick something. Anything. No, go on. If they don't tell you, either they haven't worked it out yet, or it's going to be important later.
* YouHaveToBelieveMe - YouHaveToBelieveMe: Poor Zinc. Even though he ''is'' technically crazy, he's right about many things that others dismiss as his mental issues. The bug zapper, for instance...
* YoungerThanTheyLook - YoungerThanTheyLook: Despite his young age, Malcolm's been through a lot and probably has the attitude of a 70-year-old.
7th May '15 10:48:35 PM HSRYSDSERTGRFYGHT
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7th May '15 9:02:30 PM nombretomado
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** More recently, a video listing a reviewer's top five webcomics cites A Loonatic's Tale not only as his #1 favorite, but the webcomic which got him into reading webcomics aside from Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick (which he already read when he discovered ALT). The list also includes {{Erfworld}}, Webcomic/PennyArcade...and {{Concession}}. What the tardnoise?

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** More recently, a video listing a reviewer's top five webcomics cites A Loonatic's Tale not only as his #1 favorite, but the webcomic which got him into reading webcomics aside from Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick (which he already read when he discovered ALT). The list also includes {{Erfworld}}, {{Webcomic/Erfworld}}, Webcomic/PennyArcade...and {{Concession}}. What the tardnoise?
8th Mar '15 9:06:43 AM TheUnsquished
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture - Most countries in the world of ALoonaticsTale are [[{{Expy}} Expies]] of real ones. Mercia and Mysteel are notable examples as they're ''both'' American Expies; just different aspects of America (Mysteel tends towards super-patriotism, gun-nuttery, and warmongering, while Mercia favors peace, diplomacy, and keeping your head down. Make up your own mind which parts of America these fit with).

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* FantasyCounterpartCulture - Most countries in the world of ALoonaticsTale ''A Loonatic's Tale'' are [[{{Expy}} Expies]] {{Exp|y}}ies of real ones. Mercia and Mysteel are notable examples as they're ''both'' American Expies; just different aspects of America (Mysteel tends towards super-patriotism, gun-nuttery, and warmongering, while Mercia favors peace, diplomacy, and keeping your head down. Make up your own mind which parts of America these fit with).
2nd Mar '14 10:00:27 AM fq
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** WordOfGod is that this has always been in the cards, to a certain degree-neither Rick nor Becky has ever been particularly happy with the original, because somewhere along the line (this troper doesn't remember exactly where, when, or how) it became a school assignment, which brought with it a number of restrictions like "no weapons or violence" which are all well and good for people who think that "child friendly" is better than "quality entertainment", but really only served to detract from the story in this particular case.

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** WordOfGod is that this has always been in the cards, to a certain degree-neither Rick nor Becky has ever been particularly happy with the original, because somewhere along the line (this troper doesn't remember exactly where, when, or how) it became a school assignment, which brought with it a number of restrictions like "no weapons or violence" which are all well and good for people who think that "child friendly" is better than "quality entertainment", but really only served to detract from the story in this particular case.
21st Jan '14 5:40:06 AM IshtarDragon
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent - There appear to be three types of vampires so far: Flint's type (which appear to be more of a "classic" variety), the Cruor vampires (who have another set of fangs that secrete a deadly poison), and a more corpse-like variety that is caused by a cat jumping over a shallow grave. [[spoiler:The last is the kind Troy McKelski will eventually become.]]

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent - There appear to be three types of vampires so far: Flint's type (which appear to be more of a "classic" variety), the Cruor vampires (who have another set of fangs that secrete a deadly poison), and a more corpse-like variety that is caused by a cat jumping over a shallow grave. [[spoiler:The last is the kind Troy McKelski [=McKelski=] will eventually become.]]
21st Jan '14 5:31:37 AM IshtarDragon
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!!Provides examples of:
* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]] - WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.

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!!Provides !!This comic provides examples of:
* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]] - WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.


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* [[strike:Brilliant]] [[BrilliantButLazy Competent But Lazy]] - WordOfGod on Dr. Chester. He ''would'' be the best doctor on staff (excluding the directors, Drs. Jeffrey Nobelium and Charles Terbium), except that he gives so little of a shit about his patients that he prefers to medicate them rather than treat them.
21st Jan '14 5:29:26 AM IshtarDragon
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