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25th Oct '15 4:50:14 PM nombretomado
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[[http://www.spicomic.com/ SPi]] is a finite weekly webcomic created by Scott Closter and drawn by Braden Poirer. The story is a [[DavidLynch Lynchian]] take on the [[ManchurianAgent Manchurian agent]] concept by way of [[ThePrisoner The Prisoner.]]

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[[http://www.spicomic.com/ SPi]] is a finite weekly webcomic created by Scott Closter and drawn by Braden Poirer. The story is a [[DavidLynch [[Creator/DavidLynch Lynchian]] take on the [[ManchurianAgent Manchurian agent]] ManchurianAgent concept by way of [[ThePrisoner The Prisoner.]] ''Series/ThePrisoner''.
12th May '13 5:43:11 PM scottcloster
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* TriggerPhrase: Near the end of episode 4 it's revealed that a specific sound tone in combination with the phrase It Is Time are a trigger phase to wake up the government assassin buried within the mind of Jones.
22nd Aug '12 4:06:53 PM scloster
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* QuestForIdentity: The protagonist wakes up in an asylum, believing he is an assassin known only as Smith. Those running the asylum quickly work to convince him that he is merely "Jones" a writer for a television program named "Eye Spy." As the story progresses, Jones begins to that he may be neither of these two men, but another person entirely.
21st Jul '12 9:35:00 PM scloster
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* ArcWords: The phrase "It Is Time" is repeated several times throughout the story, though it is not yet apparent if the meaning of the phrase will be explained.
7th Jul '12 1:11:20 PM LordGro
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* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a ''{{Jabberwocky}}'', chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.

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* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a ''{{Jabberwocky}}'', "Literature/{{Jabberwocky}}", chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.
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* YouWakeUpInARoom: The protagonist is dragged kicking and screaming into an asylum. He is then drugged and gassed, and upon waking is unaware of his location and identity.

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\n* YouWakeUpInARoom: The protagonist is dragged kicking and screaming into an asylum. He is then drugged and gassed, and upon waking is unaware of his location and identity.identity.
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4th Jul '12 10:06:59 PM scloster
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* ThirdEye: A version of the Third Eye is seen throughout the story, sometimes in the background, but often on the forehead of Jones, denoting moments of enlightenment or gnosis.

* YouWakeUpInARoom: The protagonist is dragged kicking and screaming into an asylum. He is then drugged and gassed, and upon waking is unaware of his location and identity.
4th Jul '12 9:40:56 PM scloster
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[[http://www.spicomic.com/ SPi]] is a finite weekly webcomic created by Scott Closter. The story is a [[DavidLynch Lynchian]] take on the [[ManchurianAgent Manchurian agent]] concept by way of [[ThePrisoner The Prisoner.]]

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[[http://www.spicomic.com/ SPi]] is a finite weekly webcomic created by Scott Closter.Closter and drawn by Braden Poirer. The story is a [[DavidLynch Lynchian]] take on the [[ManchurianAgent Manchurian agent]] concept by way of [[ThePrisoner The Prisoner.]]


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* NoNameGiven: Several characters are called by a one word name or no name at all. The protagonist at different times is referred to Jones, Smith and Mann. The head of the asylum is only referred to as The Director.
4th Jul '12 9:30:17 PM scloster
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!!''SPi'' provides examples of:

* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a ''{{Jabberwocky}}'', chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.

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!!''SPi'' !!''SPI'' provides examples of:

* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a ''{{Jabberwocky}}'', chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.apparent.

* IKnowYoureWatchingMe: While executing a plan to steal LSD from a secure area of the asylum, Jones / Smith stares into one of the many surveillance cameras as he knock it askew with a broom handle.
4th Jul '12 9:17:56 PM scloster
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* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a [[ Jabberwocky Jabberwocky]], chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.

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* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a [[ Jabberwocky Jabberwocky]], ''{{Jabberwocky}}'', chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.
4th Jul '12 9:14:50 PM scloster
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-->''You’re not who you think you are…”

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-->''You’re not who you think you are…”
are…''


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!!''SPi'' provides examples of:

* AliceAllusion: There are many references, visual and otherwise, to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. These include a [[ Jabberwocky Jabberwocky]], chessboard floor patterns and rooms designed with playing card flourishes. As the story progresses, the AIW influences become more apparent.
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