Court DragonIt may just be me, but the Trickster's costume here doesn't look a whole lot like a villain's costume. Like, it doesn't shout "criminal". It almost looks like a superhero costume, making the "enemy" part of the trope kinda hard to distinguish.
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Something of Wonderella and Hitlerella (EDIT:such as from this strip) might be fitting. o.o
edited 9th Apr '11 11:48:44 AM by neoYTPism
Anime-tedPanels 9 and 10 would work, but people will probably bitch about the textiness. At any rate, the current pic doesn't demonstrate the trope clearly enough.
edited 9th Apr '11 2:20:05 PM by Willbyr
I see the Awesomeness.Agree that the current one lacks the enemy component. That's three. Pulled after +3 tropers voted image bad. Previous:
edited 9th Apr '11 3:14:24 PM by Deboss
Happy puppyActually, I'd go with panel 11 (maybe toss in panel 12). Sure it's brief, but it gets across Wonder Woman expy is friends with a Nazi villainess that builds robots.
Anime-tedBump...in looking at that Wonderella strip, there are a lot of possibilities: - first panel by itself
- panel 5 by itself
- panels 5 and 6
- panels 9 and 10
- panels 10 through 12
- panels 11 and 12 Any preferences?
edited 11th May '11 4:03:33 PM by Willbyr
9 and 10 could work. I'm leaning towards 10 by itself because of the fewer words.
9 and 10 are of different widths, so arranging them vertically is out of the question. Arranging them horizontally might work, but I'd have to shrink them a fair bit. Having just panel 10 would sidestep the issue altogether. EDIT: They turn out to be of different heights too, but this can be easily sidestepped.
edited 4th Jun '11 7:33:28 PM by neoYTPism
Rhymes with "Protracted."
Tick, and indeed, tock.
I've been thinking about it and Panels 9 and 10 sound like Foe Yay instead of this trope. Maybe the first panel by itself would be more platonic.
Anime-tedHmmmm...that's a decent point, and I'm inclined to agree.
I'm thinking that a panel of Hitlerella's origin with her muttering "Must kill Wonderella" plus the second-to-last panel of the linked strip ("So how about showing me that robot") could work - going from a very hell-bent enemy to a friendly enemy.
edited 10th Jun '11 4:15:20 AM by Adannor
Anime-tedI dunno, that seems overly clunky to me...I think the first panel from the suggested comic would work better. Here's a thought - would the suggested two-panel version work better on Foe Yay than the current pic?
Well, there is certain overlap between the tropes and Wonderella example is right there in that zone.
Anime-tedAlright, to get this one resolved, I've put up the two panel pic for now. I'll start a new thread for Foe Yay asking about this pic, and we can go from there.
Ergh. Haven't been following this one properly. There's some sort of comic romantic relationship going on there. Foe Yay: romance, Friendly Enemy: friendship. The replacement image too misleading and I'm not confident this thread should be locked.
Ehh, the panels in question don't necessarily imply romance to me.
Whatever it is, it's outside this trope's territory. Here people who are enemies also engage in banter and can't face seeing the other die. They don't go around talking like a couple in counseling.
Anime-tedThat's why I suggested multiple panels and panel combos from this strip...I didn't see the Foe Yay aspect at first, but I agree that that comes through a little more clearly in the selected panels than just Friendly Enemy. The first panel and the last two have more of the "friendly banter" feeling to them than the two that were put on the page.
vigilantly taxonomishWelp, clock's up and no further comments over the past couple days. I guess this is done.
edited 15th Jun '11 6:47:56 AM by BobbyG
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