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''Kristoph Gavin: Ace Attorney'' is a fanfic/webcomic (more commonly known in its circle as a "Sprite Comic" based on the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series, and its hero, Kristoph Gavin, a defense attorney who was never actually shown doing his actual job. Which is exactly what he does here, actually. The series itself is set up to be a rather large piece of ContinuityPorn, although this hasn't cost it so far.

It can be found [[http://theotaku2.50.forumer.com/kristoph-gavin-ace-attorney-11-09-11-t446895.html here.]]
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!!This Sprite Comic provides examples of:
* AFatherToHisMen: Kurtis, in a somewhat literal example.
* AlternateContinuity: A fangame version has been announced, which will be one of these.
* AmoralAttorney: Ian Justice.
* AnachronismStew: The first case takes place after the remaining three cases have already finished.
* AnimalMotifs: A currently unnamed group of mysterious characters all have codenames based on birds.
* AnimatedAdaptation: One of these is in the works. Travolta3335 and Naruhodou Minuki of ''WebVideo/ApolloJusticeAbridged'' appear to be likely cast members, but no-one has been confirmed yet.
* AprilFoolsDay: In 2010, Simon is suddenly revealed to have killed Robert Dobbel and Ed Gardson, and then shoots Kristoph.
** BigNo: Kristoph does one of these just before being shot.
* {{Backstory}}: The whole concept of the comic is Kristoph's backstory.
* BerserkButton: [[spoiler:Do not insult Kurtis Gavin in front of Kristoph. Just fucking don't.]]
** If Kohal thinks you're guilty, don't bother asking him to help you. It won't end well.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: [[spoiler:Harry Brushel.]]
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: [[spoiler:Again, Harry Brushel.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Pretty much everyone.
* DeusExMachina: The medical report in "The Grave Turnabout". There were just way too many coincidences.
** The phonecall to Princeton in A Lesson In Turnabout is a slight example -- page 79 is even called ''Deus EX Phonecall''.
* [[BunnyEarsLawyer Elf Ears Lawyer]]
* {{Expy}}: According to WordOfGod, Ian Justice is an {{Expy}} of Manga/{{Bleach}}'s Ryuken Ishida.
** Also, Jeremy Cale was originally based off of Jaz Coleman of Killing Joke.
* GenFic: No sexual relationships have been hinted at thus far.
* HeyThatsMyLine:
-->'''Kristoph''': Well, anyway, would you mind if I had a look around?\\
'''Simon''': Well... you can, but I doubt you'll find anything.\\
'''Kristoph''': Ah, good. Thanks for your cooperation.\\
'''Simon''': Hey, that's my line!
* JerkAss: Artie Pallet.
* {{Jossed}}: The popular theory that [[spoiler:Princeton Badcock]] was the killer of A Lesson In Turnabout.
* IAlwaysWantedToSayThat: "Attention attorneys! My hair is starting the trial! ...Sorry. I always wanted to say that."
** "That's enough! GET OUT OF MY CRIME SCENE! ...Heh heh. Just [[RougeAnglesOfSatin kiiding]]. Always wanted to say that at least once."
* LampshadeHanging: In "A Lesson In Turnabout", they keep pointing out how light it is outside despite the time. This is presumably to cover up for the creator being a lazy bastard.
* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Apollo seems to be getting this treatment from Kurtis.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Yet again, [[spoiler:Harry Brushel.]]
* OffModel: Seriously, what is up with assistant Apollo's head?
** On top of that, if you'll notice Lloyd's mouth in his confident sprite, it keeps changing every time we see it.
* OldShame: Custom sprite design and plot continuity in the first arc of the comic, according to WordofGod. Fans have yet to figure out what he was referring to in the continuity.
** And he now says the same of A Lesson In Turnabout, which he is trying to fix in the VideoGameAdaptation.
* OriginalFlavour
* OutOfCharacter
** AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Kristoph's [[spoiler:inner commentary makes him out to be much more heroic and all-around "good" than his canon counterpart is made out to be in-game. He even expresses regret of his past (murderous) actions even though this story takes place before (canonically) he is jailed for committing yet another murder.]]
*** Specifically this is seen as DracoInLeatherPants.
*** According to WordOfGod, "I never intended to [[spoiler:[[BlackAndGreyMorality make Kristoph good.]] No more so than, say, L from Death Note, and according to Manga/DeathNote's WordOfGod, "only Soichiro is good"]]. I only intended to have his actions in ApolloJustice make a little more sense, and I used a [[spoiler:BerserkButton]] to try and make it work. Also, future events will change one mentioned fault, although I won't go into detail yet".
** Also, OriginalCharacter Lloyd Blackburn was apparently interpreted by fans far differently to how the author intended.
*** Much to the author's chagrin.
* PrecisionFStrike: See BerserkButton.
* PunnyName: Harry Brushel is a pun on Hairbrush, in reference to his profession as a hairdressing teacher.
** And then there's the first case victim, Barry Moyer, which is intended to sound like [[spoiler:paranoia.]]
** {{Subverted|Trope}} with Princeton Badcock. Thankfully.
*** Not quite... Princeton is intended as a pun on his profession as a Principal. His last name is the last name of the principal of the author's college.
** Ian Justice is [[spoiler:Injustice.]]
** Robert Dobbel comes from [[spoiler:Robber and Double Life.]]
*** His surnames also [[JustForPun doubles]] as a pun for is children, who are twins.
** Artie Pallet is an artist. The pun is kind of obvious.
** Shirley Patton comes from Swirly Pattern.
* RougeAnglesOfSatin: Usually minor.
** This tends to be the primary fuel for the FanDumb's {{Grammar Nazi}}sm.
* RunningGag: Krissy.
** Kohal's ears.
** Kristoph hates stairs.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Kristoph and Shirley seem to be this.
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Kristoph, although this trope really belongs to ''Ace Attorney'' itself more than it does to this Sprite Comic.
* ScheduleSlip: Whilst the comic doesn't update on a regular schedule, it tends to do so at least once a week. On a few occassions, though, it has gone several weeks with no updates.
** The last update to the fic was in ''September 2011'', more than two years ago. So it's safe to say this is becoming a DeadFic.
* ScriptFic: To an extent. The characters all have text boxes with their names attached.
* [[SirSwearsALot Miss Swears-a-Lot]]: Shirley Patton. Mostly when she's angry.
* ShoutOut: Several of the individual comic's titles, such as ''[[MCHammer Hammer Time!]]'', ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons The J Stands For "Jay"]]'' and ''[[{{VideoGame/Portal}} Still Alive]]''.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: After each case, a single "Omake" page is added that has ''absolutely nothing'' to do with the case. The AprilFoolsDay page is one of these as well.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: How the hell do you pronounce Kohal Leicht anyway? For that matter, what the hell does "Kohal Leicht" mean?
** Actually, WordofGod has stated that "Kohal"[[note]]pronounced Koh-hahl[[/note]] was simply an edited version of "Kohl",which is "Cabbage" in german."Leicht"[[note]]pronounced Likht[[/note]] means "Easy", in the same language. Oddly enough, no one has made fun of his name yet.
*** Especially since Kristoph himself is German, and should spot the wordplay easily.
*** It would appear that, since reading this, the writer has {{ascended|Fanon}} this and had Kristoph do this in a recent comic.
* SpinOff: Obvious.
* StalkerWithACrush: Artie Pallet, although the crush part is undetermined.
* TheVerse: Oyashiro-Tan, who originally designed Kohal, has now made a fanfic featuring him. Presumably, it's the same fictional universe, although it is unknown whether the two of them have a continuity sorted out.
* WebSerialNovel
* WhoIsThisGuyAgain: Simon Taylor. Whoever that is.
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