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08:58:50 AM Dec 2nd 2016
Do anthology comics count as this? If you don't know what they are, they're collections of comics, mostly comedy-focused, based on popular anime and games, written/drawn by professional and semi-professional artists, and released by the official publishers of the original. (notably, Black Butler creator Yana Toboso has drawn comics and covers for several, including Valvrave the Liberator and Touken Ranbu; Kodansha got American comics artists and writers to do one for Attack on Titan; and the ones for Code Geass, Haruhi Suzumiya, and Ace Attorney got English releases, and maybe others as well.) My concern is that these tend to be somewhat Flanderized portrayals - e.g. in the Code Geass ones, they make Suzaku extremely stupid and Lelouch extremely neurotic. The Touken Ranbu YMMV page potholed anthology-comic character analysis to this trope, and I'm wondering how well it fits. I think these aren't meant to be taken that seriously, but I don't know for sure.
09:20:11 AM Apr 27th 2015
In the "Word Of..." Hierarchy, what are adaptions?
09:36:06 AM Apr 27th 2015
Word of Dante is what I am thinking.
06:53:28 PM Mar 11th 2012
edited by DonaldthePotholer
Well, nice to see this launched, but I would've called it "Word Of Gabriel".

I'm thinking about adding this to the Christianity Main point:

  • And then there's the Archangel Gabriel who, according to the New Testament (and Qur'an), was the agent of God that dealt with Zechariah and Mary, and taught Muhammad the Qur'an according to the same.

Although this may be the respective holy works' authors invoking Appeal to Authority.
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