History Webcomic / WeaponBrown

20th Nov '17 2:37:49 AM SeptimusHeap
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* BadassBoast: Chuck gives us a good one: ''I'm a hearse. I deliver dead bodies.''

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* BadassBoast: BadassBoast:
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Chuck gives us a good one: ''I'm a hearse. I deliver dead bodies.''



* BerserkButton: Don't hurt Snoop. Weapon will not be pleased.

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* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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Don't hurt Snoop. Weapon will not be pleased.



* ChekhovsGun (invoked by Yungbluth in the annotations in the softcover edition)

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* ChekhovsGun ChekhovsGun:
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(invoked by Yungbluth in the annotations in the softcover edition)



* FutureBadass: Just about every character who was a child in their own comic has grown up into a post-apocalyptic asskicker.

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Just about every character who was a child in their own comic has grown up into a post-apocalyptic asskicker.



* MacGuffin: [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Miss Bucksley's]] genetically enhanced '''breast milk'''.
** Oh, if ''only'' that's what it was. [[{{Squick}} It's not.]] [[spoiler:It's the Garf's ''excrement''.]]

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* MacGuffin: [[LawyerFriendlyCameo Miss Bucksley's]] genetically enhanced '''breast milk'''.
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milk'''. Oh, if ''only'' that's what it was. [[{{Squick}} It's not.]] [[spoiler:It's the Garf's ''excrement''.]]
29th Oct '17 4:01:19 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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Yungbluth released an omnibus, containing all the Weapon Brown comics stories, loads of extra material as well as new stories about the eternally grim hero.

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Yungbluth later released an omnibus, containing all the Weapon Brown comics stories, loads of extra material as well as a new stories story about the eternally grim hero.
29th Oct '17 3:59:52 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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29th Oct '17 3:57:23 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* GoodGriefAnotherPeanutsShoutOut: Seeing how the comic is mainly a dark parody of Peanuts, this trope inevitably pops up at several occasions, in the form of visual references and other in-jokes.
11th Oct '17 2:14:44 AM WillBGood
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* GoodGriefAnotherPeanutsShoutOut: Seeing how the comic is mainly a dark parody of Peanuts, this trope inevitably pops up at several occasions.
21st Jul '17 11:28:52 AM StFan
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* FunetikAksent: Displayed by a fair number of characters, but taken to extremes with [[BroomHilda Hilda]].
** "Dalab! Brakka glazz! Brakit ffurritseez ennamore!" [[spoiler: The lab! Break the glass! Break it before it sees any more!]]

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* FunetikAksent: Displayed by a fair number of characters, but taken to extremes with [[BroomHilda Hilda]].
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[[ComicStrip/BroomHilda Hilda]]. "Dalab! Brakka glazz! Brakit ffurritseez ennamore!" [[spoiler: The lab! Break the glass! Break it before it sees any more!]]
11th Mar '17 11:35:58 AM kraas
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* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Chuck, being the hero, and CAL, being the villain. Both of them are cybernetically enhanced {{Super Soldier}}s, but Chuck is an older model who has been living in the post-apocalyptic world for quite some time, while CAL is a newer, more advanced model who is physically younger due to having spend quite some time as a HumanPopsicle. Eventually, it turns out that while some of CAL's enhancements might be superior to Chuck's (such as a better HealingFactor for instance), Chuck's experience with the post-apocalyptic world gives him quite the edge in the end.

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* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Chuck, being the hero, and CAL, being the villain. Both of them are cybernetically enhanced {{Super Soldier}}s, but Chuck is an older model who has been living in the post-apocalyptic world for quite some time, while CAL is a newer, more advanced model who is physically younger due to having spend quite some time spent most of his life as a HumanPopsicle. Eventually, it turns out that while some of CAL's enhancements might be superior to Chuck's (such as a better HealingFactor for instance), Chuck's experience with the post-apocalyptic world gives him quite the edge in the end.
7th Mar '17 3:59:09 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Chuck, being the hero, and CAL, being the villain. Both of them are cybernetically enhanced {{Super Soldier}}s, but Chuck is an older model who has been living in the post-apocalyptic world for quite some time, while CAL is a newer, more advanced model who is physically younger due to having spend quite some time as a HumanPopsicle. Eventually, it turns out that while some of CAL's enhancements might be superior to Chuck's (such as a better HealingFactor for instance), Chuck's experience with the post-apocalyptic world gives him quite the edge in the end.


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* PsychoPsychologist: Lucy van Pelt, who was responsible for "conditioning" the Syndicate's {{Super Soldier}}s, i.e. breaking their wills to make sure they always obeyed orders. She was responsible for breaking Chuck's psyche by constantly humiliating him by forcing him to play games of "Kick the Football" (she would always take the football at the last second of course) as well as instilling CAL-v.1N's extreme hatred and fear of women into him. She also came up with Chuck's TriggerPhrase "Blockhead", as well the one of CAL; "[[spoiler:girls]]".


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* SuperSoldier: Chuck himself, being one of the results of "Project Peanuts", which also gave his friend Linus his PsychicPowers and drove him insane.
7th Mar '17 3:36:44 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* SexIsViolence: CAL literally gets off on violence

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* SexIsViolence: CAL literally gets off on violenceviolence, claiming he has an orgasm every he takes a life.
7th Mar '17 3:34:59 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* OffWithHisHead: CAL-v.1N enjoys punching or chopping the heads off his enemies when fighting them at close range, with his ''bare hands''.
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