Io vs JupiterSomeone just added a comic to Nobody Can Die as a page imagine, which is simultaneously too large (as a whole) and too small (individual panels are difficult to see), but I didn't want to just delete it since I don't have anything better. Anyone got any suggestions?
Avatar by NeoriceisgoodMore importantly, it's a duplicate image of Non-Lethal K.O., which just underwent a recent IPD.
edited 9th Sep '12 9:51:31 AM by ShadowHog
TerradorablyfyingPulling — it's an entire strip, it's illegible, and it's a duplicate.
Lucidly UnsaneI may actually have an image for this, if it's not too gory and I can get a decent scan of the comic. There's a chapter of Fables where Death is incapacitated (in a sack) and nothing can die in the meantime. Lots of panels showing farm animals with open bleeding wounds and protruding bones and a few with human characters commenting on how they should be dead. Don't have the book on me, but there should be one or two inoffensive images in there somewhere. But again, does it sound too gory to be within the guidelines? Also wouldn't technically be an example. So many Tropes... @_@
edited 9th Sep '12 3:34:11 PM by Trickdice
Io vs JupiterThat's Death Takes a Holiday, not Nobody Can Die.
Maybe trim the Manly Guys Doing Manly Things strip down to just a few panels, like Gyrados using Hyperbeam, skipping all the filler stuff, then Pidgy fainting. Edit: ...which is exactly what they did on Non-Lethal K.O.. Never mind.
edited 9th Oct '12 10:58:26 AM by nitrokitty
The imaginative Christian AspergerNot only that, but the pic in full is copyrighted.
edited 9th Oct '12 11:40:01 AM by KarjamP
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