History Webcomic / BobandGeorge

24th May '18 10:47:03 AM SteelEdge
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** The X arc, where [[spoiler:X takes over the world]] and George is forced into a virtual world, is full of dystopia references. Proto Man initially compares it to ''Film/TheMatrix'', but they also refer to [[spoiler:X, their dictator]] as Best Friend, like Big Brother of ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'', or Friend of ''Manga/TwentiethCenturyBoys''. Proto Man also offers George some [[Literature/BraveNewWorld Soma]].
27th Apr '18 11:33:09 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Probably the [[TropeCodifier most influential]] of all {{Sprite Comic}}s ever. Stands on three pillars: NoFourthWall, ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' and stupidity. Originally, it was intended to just be [[FillerStrips filler]] for a hand-drawn [[{{Webcomics}} comic]] the author was making, but the idiotic adventures of Mega Man and friends proved more popular, and the title characters were incorporated into the author's skewed vision of the Megaverse.

The bulk of the comic can be boiled dwen to a basic format; once a year, there would be a parodic retelling of one of the 8-bit ''Mega Man'' games, and once a year, a villain would show up and try to kill everyone. Filling the gaps are a mind-boggling amount of TimeTravel, {{Alternate Universe}}s, stupid antics, meta-interactions with the comic's author, and, of course, the titular Bob and George, two brothers who were a {{supervillain}} and {{superhero}} respectively before getting [[TrappedInAnotherWorld warped into the Mega Man Universe]].

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Probably the [[TropeCodifier most influential]] of all {{Sprite Comic}}s ever. Stands on three pillars: NoFourthWall, ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'', and stupidity. Originally, it was intended to just be [[FillerStrips filler]] for a hand-drawn [[{{Webcomics}} comic]] the author was making, but the idiotic adventures of Mega Man and friends proved more popular, and the title characters were incorporated into the author's skewed vision of the Megaverse.

The bulk of the comic can be boiled dwen down to a basic format; once a year, there would be a parodic retelling of one of the 8-bit ''Mega Man'' games, and once a year, a villain would show up and try to kill everyone. Filling the gaps are a mind-boggling amount of TimeTravel, {{Alternate Universe}}s, stupid antics, meta-interactions with the comic's author, and, of course, the titular Bob and George, two brothers who were a {{supervillain}} and {{superhero}} respectively before getting [[TrappedInAnotherWorld warped into the Mega Man Universe]].



6th Apr '18 2:53:15 PM zephyran
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* MythologyGag: Centaur Man's status as a transwoman robot is either this or a case of meta-level StrangeMindsThinkAlike, given that Centaur Man is secretly female in the Rockman 6 manga.

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* MythologyGag: Centaur Man's status as a transwoman trans woman robot is either this or a case of meta-level StrangeMindsThinkAlike, given that Centaur Man is secretly female in the Rockman 6 manga.



* {{Transsexual}}: Wind Man reveals that Centaur Man identified as a woman. Then gets into the confusing nature of robot genders and how even more confusing it is for a robotic half-man/half-horse built to resemble a man but thinks like a woman. Amusing in that in the Rockman 6 Manga, Centaur Man appeared to be a woman, dressed as a man.

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* {{Transsexual}}: {{Transgender}}: Wind Man reveals that Centaur Man identified as a woman. Then gets into the confusing nature of robot genders and how even more confusing it is for a robotic half-man/half-horse built to resemble a man but thinks like a woman. Amusing in that in the Rockman 6 Manga, Centaur Man appeared to be a woman, dressed as a man.
1st Feb '18 7:00:31 PM nombretomado
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It was also known for hosting many sub-comics, of which only MSPaintMasterpieces is still known to update. [[ScheduleSlip Sometimes.]]

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It was also known for hosting many sub-comics, of which only MSPaintMasterpieces ''Webcomic/MSPaintMasterpieces'' is still known to update. [[ScheduleSlip Sometimes.]]
28th Jan '18 11:58:02 AM eroock
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The bulk of the comic can be boiled down to a basic format; once a year, there would be a parodic retelling of one of the 8-bit ''Mega Man'' games, and once a year, a villain would show up and try to kill everyone. Filling the gaps are a mind-boggling amount of TimeTravel, {{Alternate Universe}}s, stupid antics, meta-interactions with the comic's author, and, of course, the titular Bob and George, two brothers who were a {{supervillain}} and {{superhero}} respectively before getting [[TrappedInAnotherWorld warped into the Mega Man Universe]].

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The bulk of the comic can be boiled down dwen to a basic format; once a year, there would be a parodic retelling of one of the 8-bit ''Mega Man'' games, and once a year, a villain would show up and try to kill everyone. Filling the gaps are a mind-boggling amount of TimeTravel, {{Alternate Universe}}s, stupid antics, meta-interactions with the comic's author, and, of course, the titular Bob and George, two brothers who were a {{supervillain}} and {{superhero}} respectively before getting [[TrappedInAnotherWorld warped into the Mega Man Universe]].



* FriendshipMoment: [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/011110c Why Chadling can't kill them.]]



* ThePowerOfFriendship
23rd Nov '17 9:24:10 AM Peteman
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* {{Transsexual}}: Wind Man reveals that Centaur Man identified as a woman. Then gets into the confusing nature of robot genders and how even more confusing it is for a robotic half-man/half-horse built to resemble a man but thinks like a woman. Amusing in that in the Rockman 6 Manga, Centaur Man appeared to be a woman, dressed as a man.
17th Nov '17 12:39:53 PM Ambaryerno
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** Ironically, one of the attempts to seal a Helmut-related plot hole ([[spoiler:Evil Mega Man actually being Helmut to explain why Mega Man went bad in one arc]]) was later forgotten, leading to ''another'' plot hole towards the end of the series ([[spoiler:when Mega Man turned evil ''again'', and the previous incident being mentioned]]).
17th Nov '17 12:11:55 PM Twoeyesshort
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* LiteralDisarming: The only way to stop Non-Alternate Mynd was literally cutting his limbs off. [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/050226 First arm]], [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/050227 second arm]], [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/050228 legs]]. The last comic also features a reference to ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'' because there is NoFourthWall.
31st May '17 1:30:51 AM foxley
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* SoapPunishment: In the ''Jailhouse Blues'' subcomics, Mega Man is fighting the foul-mouthed Yo Mamma Man and recalls how his mother always threatened to do this if he swore. Mega Man uses this as inspiration to use his Hypno Soap weapon to defeat Yo Mamma Man, but not before wondering how he knew that since he never had a mother.
25th Mar '17 1:03:03 PM Emreld3000
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* OnceASeason: Every year has some common elements: One villain will try to kill the entire cast, one Mega Man game will be adapted, and one year-ending party will be held. This is common for the first six years, the seventh being the exception.
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