Marty: Welcome aboard, Captain Smith, I'm Lieutenant Jasper, I'll be your XO.
Bob: Um... is there any particular reason you're... well... naked?
Legostar Galactica is a science-fiction LEGOPhoto Comic launched in August 2002 by Dusan M. Jeftinija, Ph.D., about the struggles of Captain Bob Smith, who had recently been transferred to the notorious starship Muffin due to an embarrassment to the military on his part. Initially dealing with his zany crew, Captain Bob has to go to great lengths to keep the ship together, but then it goes to hell when the Sith start targeting the Muffin because of his second-in-command Jasper's ties and those of the ship doctor, Reines to the Jedi council.As the name may imply, the comic parodies science fiction movies, TV shows and novels, especially Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica and Heroes. Its level of parody shifts between Affectionate Parody and pure satire (the "Legoes" arc comes to mind).Legostar Galactica is part of the Brick Comic Network.
Legostar Galactica provides examples of the following tropes:
Actor Allusion: An odd example, considering that it's a webcomic with characters made out of Legos, but occasionally there are these with regards to the Hypothetical Casting. For instance, in one episode, Belinda and the Doctor meet an older version of Skip Tyler (hypothetically played by David Tennant). The Doctor notes that Skip is quite good looking.
Precision F-Strike: Can go several "episodes" without using any profanity stronger than "crap" before using words like "Fuck" and "Shit" every once in a while for effect.
Red Shirt: Parodied with the character named "Red Shirt," who dies in most of his appearances only to come back to life or be healed. This is attributed both to a family lineage of being incredibly prone to die and the fact he wears a red shirt, which is the cause of "Red Shirt Syndrome," as it's called in-universe.
There Are No Therapists: At first lampshaded and then averted by having high command introduce a ship therapist to deal with the crew's neuroses, but then subverted when the therapist turns out to be pretty crazy herself and not a help to anyone.
Token Minority: In this case, a token alien, which is lampshaded by naming him "Token Alien Guy."
Took a Level in Badass: Reines when it is revealed that she is a Jedi and Jasper when he supposedly becomes a Sith Lord, as well as Red Shirt, who starts out a mere Red Shirt, and then eventually helps to defeat the Big Bad, and is the only primary cast member present at the time.
Twist Ending: The Legoes arc, much to the surprise of everyone who had gotten bored of it.