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Webcomic: Bob and George

"Hey, Mega Man! Wanna go do something stupid?"
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Probably the most influential of all Sprite Comics ever. Stands on three pillars: No Fourth Wall, Mega Man (Classic) and stupidity. Originally, it was intended to just be filler for a hand-drawn comic the author was making, but the idiotic adventures of Mega Man and friends proved more popular, and the title characters were incorporated into the author's skewed vision of the Megaverse.

The bulk of the comic can be boiled down to a basic format; once a year, there would be a parodic retelling of one of the 8-bit Mega Man games, and once a year, a villain would show up and try to kill everyone. Filling the gaps are a mind-boggling amount of Time Travel, Alternate Universes, stupid antics, meta-interactions with the comic's author, and, of course, the titular Bob and George, two brothers who were a supervillain and superhero respectively before getting warped into the Mega Man Universe.

Ran daily (mostly) from April 1st, 2000, to July 28th, 2007, making, codifing, abusing, lampshading, and generally making tropes into all sorts of funny shapes throughout its once-a-day, seven-year run.

Can be found right through this link.

It was also known for hosting many sub-comics, of which only MS Paint Masterpieces is still known to update. Sometimes.

Includes examples of:


APT ComicMeta WebcomicsBooks Don't Work Here
VG CatsAdobe FlashNewheimburg
Awkward ZombieGaming WebcomicsBomberman Land Parody
Bad to the Last DropImageSource/Web ComicsAbove Good and Evil

alternative title(s): Bob And George
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