History Webcomic / LeAvventureDelGrandeDarthVader

24th Jun '16 2:21:42 PM eroock
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->''Better than {{Webcomic/Penny Arcade}}! Better than {{Dank and Scud}}! Better than {{Dragonball F}}! Better than {{Niklas and Friends}}! The only, inimitable, [[TitleDrop Adventures of the great Darth Vader]]''!

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->''Better
->''"Better
than {{Webcomic/Penny Arcade}}! Better than {{Dank and Scud}}! Better than {{Dragonball F}}! Better than {{Niklas and Friends}}! The only, inimitable, [[TitleDrop Adventures of the great Darth Vader]]''!
Vader]]!"''
5th May '16 1:53:48 PM Berrenta
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first episodes of the comic were in black and white. Episode 6 has a character in color and the rest in black and white. From episode 7 on, everything is in color.
7th Jan '16 4:19:36 AM DevilMaster
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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: in episode 26, a character wears a [[PaperThinDisguise disguise]] consisting of a yellow hat, a pair of glasses and a fake mustache in order to trick a spammer to leave his car unattended so that DARTH VADER can tear it apart. In the next episode, the same character (out of disguise) pretends to be a waiter at a restaurant, to play one more trick on the spammer. The spammer asks: "Haven't we already met?" The answer: "No, you're wrong! I don't have a mustache, nor glasses, and certainly not a yellow hat!"

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: in episode 26, a character wears a [[PaperThinDisguise disguise]] PaperThinDisguise consisting of a yellow hat, a pair of glasses and a fake mustache in order to trick a spammer to leave his car unattended so that DARTH VADER can tear it apart. In the next episode, the same character (out of disguise) pretends to be a waiter at a restaurant, to play one more trick on the spammer. The spammer asks: "Haven't we already met?" The answer: "No, you're wrong! I don't have a mustache, nor glasses, and certainly not a yellow hat!"
7th Jan '16 4:18:54 AM DevilMaster
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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: in episode 26, a character wears a disguise consisting of a yellow hat, a pair of glasses and a fake mustache in order to trick a spammer to leave his car unattended so that DARTH VADER can tear it apart. In the next episode, the same character (out of disguise) pretends to be a waiter at a restaurant, to play one more trick on the spammer. The spammer asks: "Haven't we already met?" The answer: "No, you're wrong! I don't have a mustache, nor glasses, and certainly not a yellow hat!"

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: in episode 26, a character wears a disguise [[PaperThinDisguise disguise]] consisting of a yellow hat, a pair of glasses and a fake mustache in order to trick a spammer to leave his car unattended so that DARTH VADER can tear it apart. In the next episode, the same character (out of disguise) pretends to be a waiter at a restaurant, to play one more trick on the spammer. The spammer asks: "Haven't we already met?" The answer: "No, you're wrong! I don't have a mustache, nor glasses, and certainly not a yellow hat!"
6th Nov '15 7:42:01 PM nombretomado
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* TheLittleDetecto: the main character owns a device called a "[[{{Gaydar}} faggot detector]]", which resembles the PKE-meter from TheRealGhostbusters and goes off every time something happens that matches his current redefinition of the word "faggot".

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* TheLittleDetecto: the main character owns a device called a "[[{{Gaydar}} faggot detector]]", which resembles the PKE-meter from TheRealGhostbusters ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' and goes off every time something happens that matches his current redefinition of the word "faggot".
27th Jul '15 11:16:50 AM StFan
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** 33 - against a talking horse who believes in [[LessWrong Roko's Basilisk]] (afterward, DARTH VADER is inspired to create a super artificial intelligence that tortures whoever does not make fun of people who believe in Roko's Basilisk)

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** 33 - against a talking horse who believes in [[LessWrong [[Blog/LessWrong Roko's Basilisk]] (afterward, DARTH VADER is inspired to create a super artificial intelligence that tortures whoever does not make fun of people who believe in Roko's Basilisk)
1st Jun '15 2:11:20 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: two episodes include a character called Jedi Springar, a cut-and-paste, lightsaber-wielding version of JerrySpringer who always gets his show hijacked by DARTH VADER.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: two episodes include a character called Jedi Springar, a cut-and-paste, lightsaber-wielding version of JerrySpringer [[Series/TheJerrySpringerShow Jerry Springer]] who always gets his show hijacked by DARTH VADER.
1st May '15 7:08:55 AM DevilMaster
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* AltumVidetur: in episode 11, DARTH VADER reads a Christian fundamentalist newspaper. The subtitle of said newspaper is: ''Agnus cum leo iacebit, sed iactura pauce durabit, tamen cum maximo gaudio''. This means: "The lamb will lie with the lion, but unfortunately it will not last long, although with maximum bliss", playing with the two meanings of the Latin verb ''iacere'' = "to lie", which can simply mean "to rest in a horizontal position" or "to be the passive partner in a sexual intercourse".



* BilingualBonus: in episode 11, DARTH VADER reads a Christian fundamentalist newspaper. The [[GratuitousLatin subtitle of said newspaper]] is: ''Agnus cum leo iacebit, sed iactura pauce durabit, tamen cum maximo gaudio''. This means: "The lamb will lie with the lion, but unfortunately it will not last long, although with maximum bliss", playing with the two meanings of the verb ''iacere'' = "to lie", which can simply mean "to rest in a horizontal position" or "to be the passive partner in a sexual intercourse".
23rd Mar '15 12:16:54 PM TheUnsquished
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* {{Crossover}}: in episodes 7, 10 and 15, DARTH VADER meets Gabe and Tycho from PennyArcade. In episode 23 he meets [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd James Rolfe]], while in episodes 26, 27 and 28 he meets a character from BovaByte, a monthly Italian comic strip published in the PC gaming magazine ''The Games Machine''. Episode 32 is a full-fledged BovaByte crossover, with DARTH VADER meeting its two main characters in a situation that [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] the overuse of a particular gag in that comic. Those two characters return in episode 34, where they overhear a comment that sounds like their own overused joke and [[BreakingTheFourthWall reply that they have the exclusive on that gag]].

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* {{Crossover}}: in episodes 7, 10 and 15, DARTH VADER meets Gabe and Tycho from PennyArcade.''Webcomic/PennyArcade''. In episode 23 he meets [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd James Rolfe]], while in episodes 26, 27 and 28 he meets a character from BovaByte, a monthly Italian comic strip published in the PC gaming magazine ''The Games Machine''. Episode 32 is a full-fledged BovaByte crossover, with DARTH VADER meeting its two main characters in a situation that [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] the overuse of a particular gag in that comic. Those two characters return in episode 34, where they overhear a comment that sounds like their own overused joke and [[BreakingTheFourthWall reply that they have the exclusive on that gag]].
16th Feb '15 2:33:41 PM DevilMaster
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** 33 - DARTH VADER's reaction to hearing Roko's basilisk is to roll on the floor laughing. Again, the sound effect of this is "ROTFL ROTFL ROTFL".
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