Good Luck Eyepatch-tan!
for short) is an off-the-wall Yonkoma
webcomic by Nocchifire, starring several girls who have adventures, discuss random things
, and of course twist their faces into grotesque forms
It can be found on Fireball 20XL here
Good Luck Tropes!
- Aborted Arc: No, the Pokemon/Kamen Rider Divurtle arc (#29-#48) doesn't exist. You must be imagining things.
- Art Shift: Several times.
- Art Evolution: As of Strip 29, the one after the Aborted Arc that never happened, half-tone screening was abandoned in favor of full coloring.
- Badass Poncho: Negative.
- Blindfolded Vision: Negative. And it's "super moe", too.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Sometimes.
- Canon Discontinuity: The Pokemon/Kamen Rider Divurtle Arc, mostly because it was cut short by technical difficulties.
- Curtains Match the Window: Everyone. Except Negative, but we can't see her eyes anyway.
- Cut and Paste Comic: Parodied.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: Log and Minus love invoking the hell out of this trope and its relatives.
- Expressive Eyepatch: Gantai's, of course, although only sometimes.
- Eyepatch of Power: Gantai's eyepatch, hence the title.
- Gonk: All. The. Freaking. Time.
- Guest Strips
- Incredibly Lame Pun: Are you a TIME wizard?
- Inherently Funny Word: Shammybalow!
- Jerkass: Gantai.
- Meaningful Name: "Gantai" is Japanese for, big surprise, "eyepatch".
- Meganekko: Times.
- The Glasses Gotta Go: She does lose her glasses at one point, but no one seems to notice that. Another time, in a guest strip, Times does intentionally take her glasses off, but the result has Gantai (and her eyepatch) and Sum bleeding at their eyes.
- Ninja: Minus's servants; Mean, Median, and Mode.
- Shout-Out: At one point, Gantai has a Headcrab!Ame hat on. Then there's Divide's adventures in the Netherworld, her love of the Kamen Rider series, the Pokémon/KRD arc that never existed,....
- Theme Naming: Everyone but Gantai is named after a mathematical term. It's used to comedic effect in this strip.
- Vague Age: Brought up in a guest comic.
- Visual Pun: When it comes time for a new character named Log to be introduced, Gantai and Sum find...a log. Then the real Log, a cyan-haired self-titled princess, shows up in the next strip.
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: In the RPG parody beginning on strip #87, Times's power is to be able to...summon frogs. ...
- Yonkoma: Most of the time, anyway.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: And matching clothes for most of the cast.