''[[http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Karabear_Comics_Unlimited/ Karabear Comics Unlimited]]'' is a {{superhero}} anthology comic on Website/TheDuck, written and drawn by Ave Messer as a supplement to her Karabear Comics [[http://karabearcomics.weebly.com/ main universe]]. Each issue is a single story, but the comic bounces amongst different characters.

The characters given spotlight so far are:

* Tempore: a guardian of cosmic order and the prime focus of the first two issues
* Time and Laser: another guardian of cosmic order, this time from an adjacent multiverse. Cameoed in issue 1 and teamed up with Tempore in issue 2 and received billing on said issue's cover
* Eiderdown: a [[{{Transsexual}} transwoman]] superhero and focus of issues 3 and 4
* Fractal: a hero who constantly changes between sex, race, height, weight, and age; shown in issue 4
* Sparkle: a transwoman hero in the [[Webcomic/HeroesUnite HUniverse]] with Hulk-like powers
* Astral: a transman in the Heroes Unite universe and friend of Sparkle
* The Swimmer: a transwoman in the Superherouniverse.com universe
* The Runner: a transman in the Superherouniverse.com universe

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!!This series provides examples of:

* ArtShift: Issue 1 starts by using altered photos and pictures made in HeroMachine before showing Ave's art mid-issue. Ave states that this is in part because she doesn't think her art is any good and wanted to spare the reader from it for as long as possible.
* AstralProjection: how Astral's powers work: he astral projects into a FlyingBrick form.
* BadassNormal: The Runner, sort of
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Tempore may not need to breathe, but he still may qualify, as well as the chaos agents. Time and Laser seems to play this trope much straighter.
* BilingualBonus: The Spanish in issue 4 is supposed to describe the sexual acts that took place a little more, but they were mangled with Babelfish. One may still be able to get what was meant to be said, though
* BlandNameProduct: Eiderdown has a job interview at Burger Mania in issue 3 -- an amalgamation of UsefulNotes/McDonalds (in which such an incident took place), [[Advertising/TheBurgerKing BurgerKing]] (name) and Wendy's (basis for the location). In issue 4, you get [[{{Jagermeister}} Jogermiser]] in the background.
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Order guardians and chaos agents see the world, not in "good" and "evil", but "order" and "chaos", going to whatever ends are needed to uphold said concepts.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: In a [[PhotoComic photo]] segment at the end of each issue, Ave (and/or the mascot, Kara Bear) will address the audience. Also, the Zx*@!!s, a race of chaos agents, will sometimes wave at the reader, look at the book binding or read a previous issue, among other things.
* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: Astral's chest insignia is an A. The Swimmer has an S as the pendant to her necklace, as well as on her belt buckle.
* ChestInsignia: On her chest, Eiderdown has a picture of a feather drawing a circle like a quill. Atral has an A in a circle on his chest.
* ChromeDomePsi: Supporting character Noggin, who has psychic powers, seems to have no hair at all, even eyebrow hair.
* CoatHatMask: A villain alters reality to make the characters go through the different comic book eras, and Fractal has such a look in the pulp and Golden Age settings (in a costume patterned after the Clock).
* CodeName: It's a superhero comic after all...
* CosmicEntity: The order guardians and chaos agents hold this power, or at least some of them. Chaos agent Qlrn was seen flinging a planet effortlessly and having the ability to break from the confines of the comic's panels, and Tempore was ostensibly stronger.
* DecompressedComic: Issue 1 used a lot of splash pages, which the author lamented, and still the issues have had extended establishing pages.
* DisposableSuperheroMaker: Eiderdown got her powers when a chaos agent fell on her from a battle in space with Tempore, when the kid later to be called Eiderdown was just a baby. It's presumable that, even under the same circumstances, such an event would not happen again, since the chaos agents are completely unpredictable in all aspects. As well, the Swimmer got her powers from a random-circumstance explosion of a machine tapping into alternate realities.
* DominoMask: Eiderdown wears one, complete with a string to tie it behind her head.
* Website/TheDuck
* EmotionalPowers: Sparkle
* FlyingBrick: Astral, in his atral form
* GirlyBruiser: Sparkle
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Sparkle
* ItOnlyWorksOnce: Tempore lets out a burst of energy that kills all chaos agents in the vicinity in issue 2, but he states why he'll only use it once: he is risking causing chaos himself. It was originally supposed to be that it used too much energy, but Ave thought it didn't sound right.
* MagicPants: Sparkle's outfit stays intact no matter how much her powers bulk her up. Explained in that she got them from a superhero clothing store.
* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Eiderdown and the Swimmer first appeared in LiteBites as comic reviewers.
* {{Mascot}}: Kara Bear, a yellow teddy bear (despite, as Kara mentions in issue 1, "Kara" meaning "black" in German and "Gelb" meaning "yellow").
* TheMultiverse: Multiple multiverses, actually. Tempore is the order guardian for one, and Time and Laser is for the one that contains Eiderdown's universe.
* NinetiesAntiHero: When a villain alters reality to make the characters go through different comic book eras, the cast becomes these.
* NoBiologicalSex: Tempore shows no differentiating sexual characteristics. He is called by male [[PronounTrouble pronouns primarily out of convenience]].
* NowBuyTheMerchandise: After every issue, Ave (or rather, the mascot Kara Bear) begs readers to buy the print comics.
* OhCrap: Eiderdown's response to her attempt to blast some criminals with feathers during her first night, when the wind blows them away shortly after leaving her hand: "Crap". Of course, what she was intending the feathers to ''do'' isn't explained.
* OrderVersusChaos: The order guardians in their eternal struggle against the chaos agents.
* PstandardPsychicPstance: done by [[Webcomic/EvilOverlordsUnited Celine Quickenice]] when she cameos and then later by Noggin.
* SpaceIsNoisy: In the author comments, it's said Tempore can talk in space because it isn't really talking, but that chaos agent Qlrn is talking, because he's a chaos agent. It still doesn't explain a sound effect that happens later, though.
* StarfishAlien: Qlrn, a chaos agent, is decidedly inhuman, in both look and mannerisms. Order guardians Tieltal and Shal'tatal, as well.
* StealthPun: Eiderdown starts issue 3 at a job interview at a burger place called Burger Mania. Initialled to "BM", it means their burgers (or business practices) are likened to excrement.
* {{Superhero}}: Eiderdown, Fractal, Sparkle, Astral, the Swimmer, the Runner
* SuperheroPrevalenceStages: Eiderdown, as her world's first (powered) superhero, has an example of Early Stage.
* SuperStrength: Sparkle
* SuperTeam: The main characters have become this.
* SuppressedMammaries: Eiderdown binds her (small) breasts when job applying, because she's still legally male.
* ThreeWaySex: in issue 4, Eiderdown hooks up with WebOriginal/JennyEverywhere and a superhero called Red Mind.
* {{Transsexual}}: Eiderdown, the MTF {{superhero}} introduced in issue 3. Also, Astral and Sparkle, introduced in chapter 5. Later, the Swimmer and the Runner, introduced in issues 7 and 8, respectively.
* TwoferTokenMinority: Eiderdown is a four-fer: Mexican, Laotian, bisexual, and transgender. The Swimmer is a three-fer: Native American, lesbian and transgender.
* TheUnpronounceable: Chaos agents shown so far have been the Qlrn and the race of Zx*@!!. Neither is particularly easy to pronounce.
* UtilityBelt: The Runner's pouches on his belt can count--four pouches, each with a different gadget.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Eiderdown seems to have a severe weakness to wind.
* WebcomicPrintCollection: Each issue is put up for sale on IndyPlanet after it's finished.
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Eiderdown even laments her power--controlling feathers--as stupid. She still decides to fight crime, anyways.
* WouldHitAGirl: The first thing a (male) thug does to Eiderdown on her first night is punch her.
* WritingForTheTrade: Each issue is read far better as a whole than waiting for each page to update. This despite the fact that the comic updates every weekday until an issue finishes.
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: an attacker learns the hard way in issue 5 not to make Sparkle mad.

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