is Photo Comic
featuring action figures from many lines including G.I. Joe
, Star Wars
, Marvel Comics
, DC Comics
, Indiana Jones
, and the ever popular much, much more. It combines all of these mix-and-matched universes into one small town where the figures live, breathe, and fight an eternal war of slapstick
. The wars are constantly waged and the battle lines are always being redrawn. At the center of the comic is a congregation of characters lead by Toxo-Zombie
and featuring such characters as Darth Vader
, Snake Eyes
, Triple H
, Captain America
, Storm Shadow
, Jason Voorhees
, Obi-Wan Kenobi
, Optimus Prime
, Ashley J. Williams
, The Hulk
, and The Lone Ranger
) in unbelievable and zany adventures. Scale Wars
is updated Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week and sometimes on the weekends.
The comic can be found here
This comic provides examples of the following tropes:
- Accidental Hero: Toxo-Zombie only became Mayor of 1:18th town and thus leader because no one else would take the job. This was after he was kicked out of Cobra for being a screw up.
- Adaptive Armor: Like Queen Amadala in The Phantom Menace, Iron Man changes his armor every time he walks through a door.
- Alternate History: Darth Vader didn't destroy the Emperor but rather quit the Empire to be a father to his son Luke Skywalker.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: An In-Universe example. Most of the characters in Scale Wars are familiar but slightly different with more absurd character flaws exaggerated.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Luke Skywalker is often distracted by molecules in the air.
- Bat Signal: Batman is unbeatable if he has prep time. However he has been beaten when caught off guard.
- Beware the Superman: Superman was exposed to Red Kryptonite (which has a different effect with each exposure) and now has a crush on Batman.
- Bloodless Carnage: No one can die, except maybe the audience.
- Body Snatcher: Deadpool was forced by Loki to shoot the fanboy who represented the audience. This led to the heroes being fooled into believing the comic had been cancelled.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall:
- Sometimes the cast forgets there is an audience.
Toxo-Zombie: Sure, right there see.
Agent Faces: Well ain't that a thing.
- Deadpool is often angered by others breaking the fourth wall, and insists that he should be the only one allowed to do so.
- Bruce Wayne Held Hostage: Because of Superman's advances, Batman often is too distracted to use his impressive "Outwit" ability.
- Catch Phrase: Many characters have catch phrases.
Firefly: I think you underestimate the power of the sneaky.
Even Piell: We're all gonna die!
Anyone, any time something is clearly lifted directly from another source
: It's an homage
- Equal Opportunity Offender: From politics to movie stars to music to current events, no topic is safe from a wisecrack.
- Evil Plan: Antron has formulated many complicated and often odd plans against the heroes.
- The Good Captain: Captain America has No Sense of Humor.
- Heel-Face Turn: Darth Vader and Cobra's Saboteur Firefly have both joined with the heroes
- It Sucks to Be the Chosen One: Stick Lee, a character who can only speak one phrase of English, has been ordered by his mentor, Master Lin-Po to protect Toxo-Zombie, but Stick Lee has no idea what he is protecting him from or when it might strike.
- Loads and Loads of Characters: The cast page doesn't even begin to list all of the characters.
- MacGuffin: MASS Device, Infinity Gauntlet, Weather Dominator, etc.
- Massive Multiplayer Crossover: All the characters exist in the same universe regardless of origin.
- Oh Crap! There Are Fanfics of Us...: An imposter of Venom wrote a series of erotic Fan Fiction in an attempt to get the Star Wars and G.I. Joe characters to fight each other.
- Photo Comic: Scale Wars is exclusively done with photos.
- Power Stable: Triple-H joined with Optimus Prime to form a new version of DX, Later Shawn Michaels joined as well eventually bringing in She-Hulk who filled in the role of Chyna.
- Pro Wrestling Is Real: Triple-H has pointed out to the other wrestlers that they are "Real Life Superheroes".
- Rage Against the Author: Often the characters voice their frustrations over certain plot points to the author.
- Satire/Parody/Pastiche: All of the above.
- Stylistic Self-Parody: Because if you can't make fun of yourself...
- Superman Stays out of Gotham: Batman made Superman make an abstinence pledge in order to protect himself
- This Trope is [BLEEP]: Most of Samuel L. Jackson's dialogue has to be "bleeped" out due to the high content of swearing.
- Unusual Euphemism: "What the Fudgy!"
- Who Even Needs A Brain: The main villain, Antron, has lost his removable brain.