History Webcomic / HeroInTraining

26th Jan '16 4:08:27 AM Medinoc
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* CuttingTheKnot: Sebastian, [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2007-12-27 here.]]

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* CuttingTheKnot: Sebastian, In [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2007-12-22 these]] [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2007-12-27 here.]]strips]], our heroes are stuck behind a door with a keycard lock. Until Sebastian reminds them it's a ''glass'' door, and breaks it.
26th Jan '16 2:30:33 AM Medinoc
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* YouHaveFailedMe: Inverted with the Trainer[[spoiler:'s lookalike]] killing a minion for being too successful.
16th Mar '15 2:35:32 PM Medinoc
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On indefinite hiatus since April 2013.
7th Mar '14 3:36:27 PM DavidCowie
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--> Jack: "That's the international ethics councel thingy, right?"

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--> Jack: "That's the international ethics councel council thingy, right?"



* Catgirl: [[spoiler:Rachel/Kyrin, the girl they find in the secret lab where Jack's father works.]]

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* Catgirl: {{Catgirl}}: [[spoiler:Rachel/Kyrin, the girl they find in the secret lab where Jack's father works.]]



* Shout Out: [[AustinPowers Sharks]] [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2009-09-26 with]] FrickinLaserBeams.

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* Shout Out: ShoutOut: [[AustinPowers Sharks]] [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2009-09-26 with]] FrickinLaserBeams.
22nd May '13 7:48:02 AM ChaoticNovelist
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The comic centres around the main character's transformation into a hero, via the tuition of a godlike entity that apparently does this for all heroes, everywhere, anywhen. The powers are mostly not active, and the hero has no idea he's using them, but they alter luck and probability to create strange and implausible situations, from alien encounters to run-ins with paramilitary. Eventually, events begin to spiral out of control and the dramatic events that were originally thought to be due to the protagonist become more far-reaching and sinister.

Hero in Training includes a significant amount of trope [[SubvertedTrope subversion and aversion]], the author created the early plot as a satire of SunnydaleSyndrome in other webcomics. The cast of Hero in Training typically react more realistically to events like angels dropping out of the sky and getting their butts kicked, which causes a raft of interesting problems.

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The comic centres around the main character's transformation into a hero, via the tuition of a godlike entity that apparently does this for all heroes, everywhere, anywhen. The powers are mostly not active, and the hero has no idea he's using them, but they alter luck and probability to create strange and implausible situations, from alien encounters to run-ins with paramilitary. Eventually, events begin to spiral out of control and the dramatic events that were originally thought to be due to the protagonist TheProtagonist become more far-reaching and sinister.

Hero in Training includes a significant amount of trope [[SubvertedTrope subversion and aversion]], plays around with tropes the author created the early plot as a satire of SunnydaleSyndrome in other webcomics. The cast of Hero in Training typically react more realistically to events like angels dropping out of the sky and getting their butts kicked, which causes a raft of interesting problems.
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* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: [[spoiler: Anne's HannibalLecture is harsh enough that Mell backs away from her in fear... Right off the edge of a building]].

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* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: [[spoiler: Anne's HannibalLecture BreakingSpeech is harsh enough that Mell backs away from her in fear... Right off the edge of a building]].
12th Jul '12 3:27:29 PM LordGro
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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Sanyiel gives Ariel (of Disney's TheLittleMermaid) this when he misinterprets the phrase "stole the hearts of a whole generation", leading to the EverybodyLaughsEnding of chapter five.

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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Sanyiel gives Ariel (of Disney's TheLittleMermaid) ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'') this when he misinterprets the phrase "stole the hearts of a whole generation", leading to the EverybodyLaughsEnding of chapter five.
3rd Jun '12 10:48:40 PM readeradv
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* Shout Out: [[AustinPowers Sharks]] [[http://www.herointrainingcomic.com/?date=2009-09-26 with]] FrickinLaserBeams.



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3rd Jun '12 9:39:46 PM readeradv
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* SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler: Mell]]

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* SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler: Mell]]Mel]]
* SeriesContinuityError: In chapter seven, Anne says her traumatic backstory happened when she was five, but in chapter four it happened when she was six. Considering she's a senior in high school and it's apparently been ten years, six is more likely.
3rd Jun '12 8:30:35 PM readeradv
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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Sanyiel gives Ariel (of Disney's TheLittleMermaid) this when he misinterprets the phrase "stole the hearts of a whole generation", leading to the EverybodyLaughsEnding of chapter five.
3rd Jun '12 8:23:26 PM readeradv
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** [[Spoiler: Subverted, turns out that's not the Trainer.]]

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** [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: Subverted, turns out that's not the Trainer.]]
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