"This isn't Lucky Star."Good Luck Eyepatch-tan! (or 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. Yep.It can be found on Fireball 20XL here.
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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.
- 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.