Mr.May I suggest panel three of this strip from Freefall? Max really does nail the trope in his small speech, and Sam's setup is all the context required.
Wall of Text at that. Nobody wants to read all that. It could just add easily be a quote. Thirdly, a good image doesn't need justification. If you have to explain it, it's probably not that great.
Puʻu ʻŌʻōPardon, but that is just text.
Anime-tedYeah, that falls squarely into "might as well be a page quote" territory.
edited 20th Mar '14 5:00:29 PM by rodneyAnonymous
Becky: Who are you? The Mysterious Stranger: An angel.
Huck: What's your name? The Mysterious Stranger: Satan.
ResearcherGonna have to veto as well. We need something that the image alone clearly demonstrates. There was a previous thread where you can see how hard it is to put an image to the trope, but please, if you have an idea then we want to know. Something like Shepard showing how it's done that may have been missed perhaps? Someone who is clearly good or nice acting particularly vicious ([Superman might be a good option?) Another example we may be overlooking?
The mark of a good story means not feeling like The Angry Video Game Nerd hearing it.
With Mod Hat OnClock's up; locking for inactivity. No action is to be taken based on this thread.
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