History YMMV / Lightbringer

16th Jun '17 9:00:30 AM Anddrix
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* {{Narm}}: Serious moments in the Linkara-drawn issues get weighted down by the art often.

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Serious moments in the Linkara-drawn issues get weighted down by the art often.



* TakeThatScrappy: Hannah repeatedly calling out Lightbringer in the later issues marked her upgrade into EnsembleDarkhorse status, even by some critics. It may have come too late for most, however.
* TheScrappy: Many of the comic's critics hate Lightbringer for his MartyStu tendencies early on and representing some of Linkara's... questionable views. However, this doesn't seem to be the case in ''Crossoverlord'' or other rewrites of the character.
16th Jun '17 5:42:16 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* CluelessAesop: In the original comic's author's notes, Linkara states that he made the antagonists slavers because slavery is a real life issue, yet not many comic books cover this subject... Except the depiction of slavery in this comic, where a gang of slavers took over an American city, killed all the policemen who dared to opposed them, and paraded their slaves around in broad daylight just made them come off as cartoonishly evil and about as far from reality as it gets.
13th Jun '17 4:22:26 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* CluelessAesop: In the original comic's author's notes, Linkara states that he made the antagonists slavers because slavery is a real life issue, yet not many comic books cover this subject... Except the depiction of slavery in the comic, where a gang of slavers took over an American city, killed all the policemen who dared to opposed them, and paraded their slaves around in broad daylight just made them come off as cartoonishly evil and about as far from reality as it gets.

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* CluelessAesop: In the original comic's author's notes, Linkara states that he made the antagonists slavers because slavery is a real life issue, yet not many comic books cover this subject... Except the depiction of slavery in the this comic, where a gang of slavers took over an American city, killed all the policemen who dared to opposed them, and paraded their slaves around in broad daylight just made them come off as cartoonishly evil and about as far from reality as it gets.
13th Jun '17 4:21:59 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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13th Jun '17 4:20:49 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* CluelessAesop: In the original comic's author's notes, Linkara states that he made the antagonists slavers because slavery is a real life issue, yet not many comic books cover this subject... Except the depiction of slavery in the comic, where a gang of slavers took over an American city, killed all the policemen who dared to opposed them, and paraded their slaves around in broad daylight just made them come off as cartoonishly evil and about as far from reality as it gets.
2nd Jul '15 8:35:40 AM LahmacunKebab
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* TheScrappy: Many of the comic's critics hate Lightbringer for his MartyStu tendencies early on and representing some of Linkara's...questionable views. However, this doesn't seem to be the case in ''Crossoverlord'' or other rewrites of the character.

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* TheScrappy: Many of the comic's critics hate Lightbringer for his MartyStu tendencies early on and representing some of Linkara's... questionable views. However, this doesn't seem to be the case in ''Crossoverlord'' or other rewrites of the character.
3rd Jun '15 10:20:00 AM Anddrix
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* BlackAndWhiteInsanity: Lightbringer can come off as this at times.
3rd Jun '15 10:03:43 AM TheScareCr0we
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* BlackAndWhiteInsanity: Lightbringer can come off as this at times.
21st Apr '14 3:12:51 PM InsertUnameHere
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Hannah Ments.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The titular Lightbringer has been subject to many alternate interpretations by other writers (such as those of ''The Crossoverlord'' and Mark Banilbo's rewrite) or critics. One of the most popular interpretations is being well-intentioned but dense in ''Crossoverlord''.
** Some see him as the Devil, thanks to his unfortunate powers and name.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Hannah Ments.Ments after Issue 8. Her alter ego of Osprey has certainly helped.



* GrowingTheBeard: Most agree that the series leap frogged in quality around issue 7, which gave Hannah more development and had her call out Carter.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Most agree that the series leap frogged leap-frogged in quality around issue 7, which gave Hannah more development and had her call out Carter.


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* {{Narm}}: Serious moments in the Linkara-drawn issues get weighted down by the art often.
** And then there's [[MakesAsMuchSenseInContext Smiling Man stealing a breast-sizing machine to leap through dimensions.]]
* TakeThatScrappy: Hannah repeatedly calling out Lightbringer in the later issues marked her upgrade into EnsembleDarkhorse status, even by some critics. It may have come too late for most, however.
* TheScrappy: Many of the comic's critics hate Lightbringer for his MartyStu tendencies early on and representing some of Linkara's...questionable views. However, this doesn't seem to be the case in ''Crossoverlord'' or other rewrites of the character.
* SoBadItsGood: The early illustrations make it this in the eyes of many.
20th Apr '14 6:10:06 PM InsertUnameHere
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Hannah Ments.


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* LoveItOrHateIt: The comic clearly has its fans, but just as much haters.
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