History Webcomic / TheAnimeClub

4th Dec '16 7:33:18 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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** The Japanese Animation Club, lead by Amy, tend to get along well and do not stir up much of a fuss, allowing them to hold the school as a stable meeting ground. However, [[spoiler:the group is managed much like a hivemind, are encouraged to act like unimpressionable cringe inducing dorks and do things by mob rule to uphold their "happy" atmosphere, are implied to follow trends to a fault, and they have been shown to keep around people worse than Mort in terms of personality and social integrity.]]
** Tony's group isn't shown much on screen, but much can be inferred with his overall appearance and impressions. Running the local comic book shop, he is the oldest anime fan on the strip, and knows much. On the other hand, [[spoiler: Tony is shown to be a self centered bigheaded arrogant nerd who looks down on anyone who doesn't have tastes like him, and uses his store to shortchange customers with bootlegs, merchandise, and other schemes like movie events simply for a quick buck.]]

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** The Japanese Animation Club, lead by Amy, tend to get along well and do not stir up much of a fuss, allowing them to hold the school as a stable meeting ground. However, [[spoiler:the group is managed much like a hivemind, are encouraged to act like unimpressionable cringe inducing dorks and dorks, do things by mob rule to uphold their "happy" atmosphere, are implied to follow trends to a fault, and they have been shown to keep around people worse than Mort in terms of personality and social integrity.]]
** Tony's group isn't shown much on screen, but much can be inferred with his overall appearance and impressions. Running the local comic book shop, he is the oldest anime fan on the strip, and knows much. On the other hand, [[spoiler: Tony is shown to be a self centered bigheaded arrogant nerd who looks down on anyone who doesn't have tastes like him, and uses his store to shortchange customers with bootlegs, merchandise, and other schemes like movie events simply for a quick buck.buck, and anyone he doesn't find meshing with him gets him to act like a cruel dick.]]
3rd Dec '16 10:39:05 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* BlackAndGrayMorality : Done with three forces at hand here:
** The title Anime Club's only greater sins are that Mort is ill tempered and has a short fuse, which can potentially lead into fights with Mark. Topping all of this, Mort is the leader, and tends to impose his repertoire of anime onto the group. On the other hand, [[spoiler: the club is generally the most sane portrayed group of the rest, are shown to be sympathetic and redeemable, and even Mort cares for the group, going as far as apologizing to his enemies to help salvage the club at its worst time. His fuming passionate anger, though on the surface imposing and scary, turns into genuine love, implying he only wishes to share the magic of the moment he has felt out of the shows he has seen with his friends. Even if the anime they watch is highly questionable and at times is hentai, they are at least going the far distance of knowing the full spectrum of what anime is about.]]

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* BlackAndGrayMorality : BlackAndGrayMorality: Done with three forces at hand here:
** The title Anime Club's only greater sins are that Mort is ill tempered and has a short fuse, which can potentially lead into fights with Mark. Topping all of this, Mort is the leader, and tends to impose his repertoire of anime onto the group. On the other hand, [[spoiler: the club is generally the most sane portrayed group of the rest, are shown to be sympathetic and redeemable, and even Mort cares for the group, going as far as apologizing to his enemies to help salvage the club at its worst time. His fuming passionate anger, though on the surface imposing and scary, turns into genuine love, implying he only wishes to share the magic of the moment he has felt out of the shows he has seen with his friends. Even if the anime they watch is sometimes highly questionable and at times is hentai, they are at least going the far distance of knowing the full spectrum of what anime is about.]]
3rd Dec '16 10:30:48 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* BlackAndGrayMorality : Done with three forces at hand here:
** The title Anime Club's only greater sins are that Mort is ill tempered and has a short fuse, which can potentially lead into fights with Mark. Topping all of this, Mort is the leader, and tends to impose his repertoire of anime onto the group. On the other hand, [[spoiler: the club is generally the most sane portrayed group of the rest, are shown to be sympathetic and redeemable, and even Mort cares for the group, going as far as apologizing to his enemies to help salvage the club at its worst time. His fuming passionate anger, though on the surface imposing and scary, turns into genuine love, implying he only wishes to share the magic of the moment he has felt out of the shows he has seen with his friends. Even if the anime they watch is highly questionable and at times is hentai, they are at least going the far distance of knowing the full spectrum of what anime is about.]]
** The Japanese Animation Club, lead by Amy, tend to get along well and do not stir up much of a fuss, allowing them to hold the school as a stable meeting ground. However, [[spoiler:the group is managed much like a hivemind, are encouraged to act like unimpressionable cringe inducing dorks and do things by mob rule to uphold their "happy" atmosphere, are implied to follow trends to a fault, and they have been shown to keep around people worse than Mort in terms of personality and social integrity.]]
** Tony's group isn't shown much on screen, but much can be inferred with his overall appearance and impressions. Running the local comic book shop, he is the oldest anime fan on the strip, and knows much. On the other hand, [[spoiler: Tony is shown to be a self centered bigheaded arrogant nerd who looks down on anyone who doesn't have tastes like him, and uses his store to shortchange customers with bootlegs, merchandise, and other schemes like movie events simply for a quick buck.]]



* Eviler Than Thou: Done with three forces at hand here:
** The title Anime Club's only greater sins are that Mort is ill tempered and has a short fuse, which can potentially lead into fights with Mark. Topping all of this, Mort is the leader, and tends to impose his repertoire of anime onto the group. On the other hand, [[spoiler: the club is generally the most sane portrayed group of the rest, are shown to be sympathetic and redeemable, and even Mort cares for the group, going as far as apologizing to his enemies to help salvage the club at its worst time. His fuming passionate anger, though on the surface imposing and scary, turns into genuine love, implying he only wishes to share the magic of the moment he has seen out of the shows he has seen with his friends.]]
** The Japanese Animation Club, lead by Amy, tend to get along well and do not stir up much of a fuss, allowing them to hold the school as a stable meeting ground. However, [[spoiler:the group is managed much like a hivemind, are encouraged to act like unimpressionable cringe inducing dorks and do things by mob rule to uphold their "happy" atmosphere, are implied to follow trends to a fault, and they have been shown to keep around people worse than Mort in terms of personality and social integrity.]]
** Tony's group isn't shown much on screen, but much can be inferred with his overall appearance and impressions. Running the local comic book shop, he is the oldest anime fan on the strip, and knows much. On the other hand, [[spoiler: Tony is shown to be a self centered bigheaded arrogant nerd who looks down on anyone who doesn't have tastes like him, and uses his store to shortchange customers with bootlegs, merchandise, and other schemes like movie events simply for a quick buck.]]
3rd Dec '16 10:22:41 PM IKEZE-KISAMA
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* Eviler Than Thou: Done with three forces at hand here:
** The title Anime Club's only greater sins are that Mort is ill tempered and has a short fuse, which can potentially lead into fights with Mark. Topping all of this, Mort is the leader, and tends to impose his repertoire of anime onto the group. On the other hand, [[spoiler: the club is generally the most sane portrayed group of the rest, are shown to be sympathetic and redeemable, and even Mort cares for the group, going as far as apologizing to his enemies to help salvage the club at its worst time. His fuming passionate anger, though on the surface imposing and scary, turns into genuine love, implying he only wishes to share the magic of the moment he has seen out of the shows he has seen with his friends.]]
** The Japanese Animation Club, lead by Amy, tend to get along well and do not stir up much of a fuss, allowing them to hold the school as a stable meeting ground. However, [[spoiler:the group is managed much like a hivemind, are encouraged to act like unimpressionable cringe inducing dorks and do things by mob rule to uphold their "happy" atmosphere, are implied to follow trends to a fault, and they have been shown to keep around people worse than Mort in terms of personality and social integrity.]]
** Tony's group isn't shown much on screen, but much can be inferred with his overall appearance and impressions. Running the local comic book shop, he is the oldest anime fan on the strip, and knows much. On the other hand, [[spoiler: Tony is shown to be a self centered bigheaded arrogant nerd who looks down on anyone who doesn't have tastes like him, and uses his store to shortchange customers with bootlegs, merchandise, and other schemes like movie events simply for a quick buck.]]
21st Nov '16 10:21:29 AM RubyVisiblyShaken
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-->'''Clyde''': [[http://gunshowcomic.com/846/ YOUR MOTHER SELLS CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]

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-->'''Clyde''': [[http://gunshowcomic.com/846/ com/846 YOUR MOTHER SELLS CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]
21st Nov '16 10:14:27 AM RubyVisiblyShaken
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-->'''Clyde''': [[http:// gunshowcomic.com/846/ YOUR MOTHER SELLS CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]

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-->'''Clyde''': [[http:// gunshowcomic.[[http://gunshowcomic.com/846/ YOUR MOTHER SELLS CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]
21st Nov '16 9:55:26 AM RubyVisiblyShaken
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-->'''Clyde''': [[gunshowcomic.com/846/YOUR MOTHER SELL CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]

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-->'''Clyde''': [[gunshowcomic.com/846/YOUR [[http:// gunshowcomic.com/846/ YOUR MOTHER SELL SELLS CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]
18th Nov '16 12:14:25 PM RubyVisiblyShaken
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-->'''Clyde''': [[gunshowcomic.com/846 YOUR MOTHER SELL CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]

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-->'''Clyde''': [[gunshowcomic.com/846 YOUR com/846/YOUR MOTHER SELL CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]
18th Nov '16 12:08:21 PM RubyVisiblyShaken
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** Also, [[Film/TheExorcist this.]]
-->'''Clyde''': [[gunshowcomic.com/846 YOUR MOTHER SELL CLOCKS IN HECK!*spit spit*]]
6th Jul '16 5:15:45 AM NobodyIP
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*** Not to mention the collateral damage inflicted upon the Japanese Animation Club, who at least never went out of their way to harm the Anime Club, by ruining the Naruto screening.

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*** Not to mention the collateral damage inflicted upon the Japanese Animation Club, who at least never went out of their way to harm the Anime Club, by ruining [[spoiler:ruining the Naruto screening.screening]].



* TrappedInASinkingCar: Parodied using black comedy in part 6 when the boys have decided to drown themselves by driving a car into the ocean.

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* TrappedInASinkingCar: [[spoiler:TrappedInASinkingCar]]: Parodied using black comedy in [[spoiler:in part 6 when the boys have decided to drown themselves by driving a car into the ocean.]]
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