Avatar by NeoriceisgoodWe could just try to find another image for that one. I'm sure incredibly FUBAR landscapes are much easier to come by than insane gods. Like The Milkman Conspiracy◊, for instance.
edited 4th Sep '12 8:18:32 AM by ShadowHog
Ha, I love that one.
Lucidly UnsaneSo, replace the image on Reality Is Out to Lunch first? Or decide on whether Discord is a good enough image to warrant replacing the image of an entirely different trope? Or somehow make the two images/captions link to each other in a clever way?
No, the other one.I think it's better to have the image here, since the concept is harder to illustrate.
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Regarding the cropping discussion of that comic link posted, I have cropped a picture.◊ Never actually read said comic so I just picked a random image. Also, first post anywhere on this site anywhere. Hope I'm doing this right. I can crop another part of that comic too, if this one isn't satisfactory. And I'm sure I can make a smaller version.
I'm personally for replacing the Reality Is Out to Lunch picture and using the Discord pic for this trope. Not the ideal picture, but certainly the best available option.
Avatar by NeoriceisgoodYeah, that's the venue I'd probably opt for as well. Like I said, FUBAR landscapes are more common and easier to depict than the insane deities who made them.
Crazed LawrencianCan anything from the Cthulhu Mythos be used?
Proud member of the IAA What's the point of being grown up if you can't act childish?
A Wizard boyMost of that lacks the "mad" bit of the trope.
Sharknado WarningIm fine with the Pony image. It's by far the most illustrative we've found so far.
Anime-tedAlright, the clock's up. The Discord pic and caption are up on Mad God; I'll start a thread for Reality Is Out to Lunch shortly. Locking up.
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