History Webcomic / Inhuman

15th Dec '16 8:18:41 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* ScheduleSlip: As more and more fans of the comic started leaving the amount of time between pages kept getting longer and longer, to the point it would take entire months to get one page out.
15th Dec '16 8:18:16 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* ScheduleSlip: As more and more fans of the comic started leaving the amount of time between pages kept getting longer and longer, to the point it would take entire months to get one page out.
23rd Nov '16 12:31:07 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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Known for its unique art style and mature themes; not for viewers under 16. Updates weekly.

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Known for its unique art style and mature themes; not for viewers under 16. Updates weekly. \n [[ScheduleSlip Well, it used to.]]
23rd Nov '16 12:30:27 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** No longer available, after the update during Arc 15 that changed the site's layout.
3rd Feb '16 8:02:37 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. [[spoiler: Sartre]] isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "distract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].

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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. [[spoiler: Sartre]] isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "distract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].
21st Dec '15 8:00:56 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. [[spoiler: Sartre]] isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "ditract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].

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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. [[spoiler: Sartre]] isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "ditract "distract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].
21st Dec '15 7:37:26 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. Sartre isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "ditract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].

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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic, comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. Sartre [[spoiler: Sartre]] isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "ditract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].
21st Dec '15 7:35:48 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14. Sartre isn't any better with that sequence, since [[spoiler: he lets Suega go free, even though they noticed her taking off, simply because it would "ditract the captains" for the whole two minutes it would take to see who was in the pod and shoot it down]].
20th Nov '15 5:06:28 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* SchizoTech: A large portion of the comic takes place on a world only recently opened up to intergalactic trade, leaving the world in the technological level of 1970's earth... with spaceships. And they can't really use those, because of the [[spoiler: minefield placed there by the Rulerists after they re-introduced supposedly illegal emigrants who left after the massacres. Jet is one of these]]. And it's been [[WordofGod confirmed]] that they don't have any that they built themselves.

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* SchizoTech: A large portion of the comic takes place on a world only recently opened up to intergalactic trade, leaving the world in the technological level of 1970's earth... with spaceships. And [[labelnote:caveat]]And they can't really use those, because of the [[spoiler: minefield placed there by the Rulerists after they re-introduced supposedly illegal emigrants who left after the massacres. Jet is one of these]]. And it's been [[WordofGod confirmed]] that they don't have any that they built themselves.[[/note]]
20th Nov '15 2:22:23 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** Despite being a rather popular character, [[spoiler: Juu was killed off very suddenly]].
** [[spoiler: Em, on page 488]]

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** Despite being a rather popular character, [[spoiler: Juu was killed off very suddenly]].
** [[spoiler: Em,
suddenly[[note]]Em, on page 488]]488[[/note]].]]



* BSideComics:
** Jet's Story, Cemetery, War Buddies, and No Booty Calls.
** Plus a couple of semi-related comics that take place in the same universe, Unintentional Mishaps and Fairy Tale.

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* BSideComics:
**
BSideComics: Jet's Story, Cemetery, War Buddies, and No Booty Calls.
** Plus
Calls, plus a couple of semi-related comics that take place in the same universe, Unintentional Mishaps and Fairy Tale.



** Ashido also counts as this

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** Ashido also counts as thisthis.
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