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Darth Wiki: Alien Comics
Lightflame's humor and action comic, staring a large cast on their journey to well, who knows.

Currently there are 31 issues and several story arcs.

  • Battle For Kroper T Arc
    • 1 Kid Pow, Featuring Mr. Pow
    • 2 Planeto Kropo War
    • 3 Zackros The Invincible
    • 4 The Villain Realm
    • 5 Return To Kroper T
  • Flashback Arc
    • 6 Kroper T: The Story
    • 7 The Revenge of Lestroke
    • 8 Kid Pow
  • Time Travellers Arc
    • 9 Time's Assassin
    • 10 Timeoneers
    • 11 Green Hom And The Big Crunch
    • 12 Hom's Final Word
  • Hom Quest (Alternate Universe) Arc
    • 13 Year of The Heroes
    • 14 Ultimate Kropo War
    • 15 Evil Pow
    • 16 Heroes Of The Horizon
    • 17 Meanwhile Man
    • 18 Kid Pow Vs. Clone Pow
    • 19 The Apocalypse
  • Zibel Arc
    • 20 Prophecy of Destruction
    • 21 Dark Lord Rising
    • 22 Master of Shadows
    • 23 Hyper Zackros
    • 24 Dark Souls
  • Sacred Sword Arc
    • 25 Winds Of War
    • 26 Masters of Wind
    • 27 The Sacred Sword Surfoff
    • 28 The Power of Syaran
    • 29 Chuck Norris Vs Mr. T
    • 30 Kid Pow Vs. The Dark Lord
  • Atlantis Arc
    • 31 Quest For Something


This Comic Provides Examples of:

  • Achievements in Ignorance: Kid Pow obtains telekinesis by not realizing he doesn't have that power.
  • Ascended Extra: Scaredy Cat, a random minor character from The 'Battle For Kroper T Arc and the Hom Quest Arc comes back in Issue 25 as a major character and has been one ever since.
  • Alternate Universe: The Hom Quest Arc
  • Back from the Dead: Hom, Kid Pow, Blast Pod Man, and The Dark Lord. Black Fear and Zackros can come back whenever they want, but that's just for the characters to beat them again.
  • Bait and Switch: The ending of Quest for Something has a Mexican restaurant selling duck blow up. It seems to be Chuck Norris who destroyed it, but when the dust clears it was Clone Pow, who just happened to teleport there.
  • Big Bad: Usually differs each arc. The Big Bad for the entire series however is Zanglon
    • Battle For Kroper T had Killer Game and The Dark Lord
    • In the Flashback Arc Ziton and Ticeo are big bads
    • In the Time Travellers Arc, it was The Dark Lord again.
    • During Hom Quest it was Clorgus
    • In the Zibel Arc, it was Zibel of course.
    • For the Sacred Sword Saga, the villains were The Dark Lord and Hot Kong
    • In the Atlantis Arc, the big bads are The Dark Lord and Ticeo
  • Brother Chuck: In the first arc, some talking letters of the alphabet were following Kid Pow around. Nowadays, only the letter w shows up, and that not very much.
  • Canon Discontinuity: Hom Quest, pretty much the worst arc was Ret Conned out of continuity, however the main villain's severed head has become a Running Gag and at the end of Issue 31, Quest For Something, Kid Pow's Evil Twin Clone Pow rips through the space-time continium because he wants to fight Kid Pow again.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Hom
  • Demonic Possession: Several times
    • In the Flashback arc, Azreia is posessed by Zito and becomes his servant. Meanwhile, some random alien is posessed by Ticeo.
    • In his introduction, Hot Kong is posessed by Roy's armour.
    • Ziton was really the hero Sictine while posessed.
    • At one point Kid Pow is posessed by Clorgus
  • Disc One Final Boss: The Dark Lord is introduced as the Big Bad in Issue 2. In Issue 20, we find out he's the weakest of a group of five villains. Then, later in Issue 23, it's revealed the Dark Lord's henchman Roy is actually the real Big Bad, Zanglon and he was manipulating everyone.
  • Elemental Powers: Used by multiple characters
  • Evil Twin: Clone Pow is Kid Pow's evil twin. Hom has one in the form of Green Hom, but Green Hom is actually villain Ticeo in disguise.
  • Expy: Rorato to Danzo
  • Fate Worse than Death: Sictine's attack on the Game Boys. It makes them World of Warcraft addicts.
  • Five-Man Band
  • Good Is Not Nice: Rorato. In his introduction scene he blows up a guy's head because he was sleeping on the job.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Hom pulls one at the end of Issue 12.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Kid Pow's Sacred Sword, which he spent two whole arcs trying to get.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Chuck Norris and Blast Pod Man are always together killing Mexicans (and later duck eaters).
  • Idiot Hero: Kid Pow, however he is a master of IndyPloys.
  • Informed Ability: Meanwhile Man's telekinesis at first. When he reappears, he actually uses it.
  • Killed Off for Real: Death Is Cheap most of the time, but there are a few.
    • Die for real but come back in Flashbacks and Alternate Universe: Lestroke, Fatzilla and Dark Hunter
    • Die for real and don't come back in flashbacks or Alternate Universe: Mr. Pow and Pork Dork
  • Let's You and Him Fight: Kid Pow and Azreia's fight in Issue 12
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: At least one hundred characters, with each issue throwing in at least five more.
    • By Issue 10, the six main characters had all been introduced. The first time they were all together in one place was Issue 24. Issue 25 introduced two more main characters (in a seperate group), and made Scaredy Cat a main character. All nine have never been in one place.
  • Made of Evil: Zanglon
  • New Media Are Evil: Parodied. Killer Game is an evil living arcade machine based on public misconceptions about video games. Meanwhile, his son (no explanation given for how he had one) is a smalled living arcade machine who gains power based on the ESRB rating system.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Hom's Heroic Sacrifice at the end of Issue 12 in order to kill the Dark Lord allowed an even worse villain to come to power. Also, the Dark Lord survives
  • One-Winged Angel: A ridiculous amount of characters have them.
    • Those who do are Black Fear, Zackros, Killer Game, Clorgus, Lestroke (he has nine of them), Dark Hunter (but still incredibly weak), Ticeo, Clone Pow, Zibel and The Dark Lord.
  • Prophecy Twist: A random prophecy is mentioned at the beginning of Issue 12. The words do not mean what they sound like.
    • The light will fail A lightbulb breaks
    • Evil shall prevail Two random guys called Evil Joe and Evil Fred decide that prevail should mean talk. They laugh about how they prevailed
    • A hero will be gone A random character named Gone saves Theodore Roosevelt and Cave Pow when they get sucked into an alternate dimension
    • And one shall be lost Hom ret connes himself out of reality in order to stop The Dark Lord
  • Reset Button: A literal one at the end of Hom Quest
  • Running Gag: Quite a few
    • In the first arc, everyone except Kid Pow failing at sound effects
    • Whenever Kid Pow gets into a spaceship, it will explode. The only exception is the one he boards in Issue 31, but he's still on it, so the explosion will be unavoidable.
    • Chuck Norris's hate of Mexicans. However, by Issue 27, Blast Pod Man points of that they've killed all the Mexicans by now, so Chuck Norris decides to kill people who eat duck instead.
    • Nobody remembering Zackros's name.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: The pheonix sealed in Scaredy Cat's hairdo
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: The plot of the Time Travellers Arc, where the Dark Lord travels into the past and takes over the world. Kid Pow and friends have to go back in time and stop him.
  • Shout-Out: Have of what Rorato says
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Pork Dork. Whenever the characters express fear about Zackros'es strength, he thinks they are talking about him. Then Azreia one-shots him.
  • Sweet Polly Oliver: Azreia in the first arc.
  • Time Skip: A one month time skip during Issue 31
  • The Worf Effect: Sictine was introduced in issue 21, and from then on lost every fight he was in until Issue 31, where he unleashes his Actually Doing Something For Once Attack
    • Azreia obtains it early on, but manages to Take a Level in Badass during The Sacred Sword Saga It is still mocked later on, however.
  • Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Issue 24 opens with Kid Pow defeating Zibel. It was just an Alien Comics fighting game Sictine and Hom were playing.
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