History YMMV / TexWiller

21st Sep '14 7:19:19 AM EDP
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going to war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimore, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the {{Corrupt Hick}}s. JustAsPlanned.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going to war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks {{Corrupt Hick}}s that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimore, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the {{Corrupt Hick}}s. JustAsPlanned.
5th Jun '14 3:32:37 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going to war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimore, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the CorruptHicks. JustAsPlanned.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going to war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimore, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the CorruptHicks.{{Corrupt Hick}}s. JustAsPlanned.
5th Jun '14 3:32:19 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: There have been a number of [[CompleteMonster Complete Monsters]] in the comic's history, but Jack Thunder and his gang in ''Seven Killers'' stand out: a group of psychopathic killers who ''massacre entire towns'' [[ForTheEvulz for their amusement]].
** Also, Brennan and Teller. Their plan to try and murder Tex? Cause a ''smallpox epidemic'' among the Navajos.
5th Apr '14 3:33:17 PM SKJAM
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* CompleteMonster: There have been a number of [[CompleteMonster Complete Monsters]] in comic's history, but Jack Thunder and his gang in ''Seven Killers'' stand out: a group of psychopathic killers who ''massacre entire towns'' [[ForTheEvulz for their amusement]].
** Also, Brennan and Teller. Their plan to try and murder Tex? Cause a ''smallpox epidemics'' among the Navajos.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going at war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured over a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimora, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the CorruptHicks. JustAsPlanned.

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* CompleteMonster: There have been a number of [[CompleteMonster Complete Monsters]] in the comic's history, but Jack Thunder and his gang in ''Seven Killers'' stand out: a group of psychopathic killers who ''massacre entire towns'' [[ForTheEvulz for their amusement]].
** Also, Brennan and Teller. Their plan to try and murder Tex? Cause a ''smallpox epidemics'' epidemic'' among the Navajos.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: the story arc ''Navajo Blood'' count as a very long one, having Tex and his Navajos going at to war against the United States over a colonel and the Arizona governor refusing to punish two CorruptHicks that had murdered four Navajo boys, and WINNING! OK, Tex didn't actually defeat the whole army (he didn't even expect to), but he captured over a regiment of cavalry without killing a single soldier (he only roughed up the colonel for shooting at his son when he asked their surrender) and burned down a fort, and then had a journalist start a press campaign in Washington (that the editor of the Washington Post extended to New York, Denver, Baltimora, Baltimore, Topeka, Santa Fe and Phoenix) telling the East Coast people how the governor of Arizona was willing to start an Indian war to protect two murderers, prompting the Army high command to stop the operations and prepare a trial for the colonel even before the Senate ordered the arrest of the CorruptHicks. JustAsPlanned.



* ReplacementScrappy: Some fans see Yama as a bad substitute to his much more popular father Mefisto.

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* ReplacementScrappy: Some fans see Yama as a bad substitute to for his much more popular father Mefisto.
20th Feb '14 4:39:18 PM EDP
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** Also, Brennan and Teller. Their plan to try and murder Tex? Cause a ''smallpox epidemics'' among the Navajos.
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