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[[caption-width-right:350:Not your ordinary [[VideoGame/{{BackyardSports}} Backyard Baseball]]!]]

''The Dynamite Twins x The Show Goes On: Slugger Slackers'' is a feature comic written by Wiley "Koyote" Bottcher and Jordann William Edwards. It is a {{CrossOver}} of Edwards' Webcomic/{{The Dynamite Twins and Friends}} and Bottcher's The Show Goes On.

It is a baseball story that focuses on the Twins and their friends challenging a group of jacked-up bullies to a full-on baseball game, complete with a huge stadium and a huge audience.

Like Edwards' previous feature comic, Bunny and Bear and the Lemonade, it will be available on

!!Tropes in this comic:
* AffectionateParody: This is a parody of many sports stories, in this case, baseball. Although, there are some glaring elements of Film/{{Space Jam}} baked in there.
** {{Homage}}s also come into play here.
* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: Even more so when Wiley's characters are in the mix.
* BaseballEpisode: This whole comic is ONE BIG BASEBALL EPISODE.
* BigGame: This comic centers around it; it's the culmination.
* CreatorCameo: Wiley, creator of TSGO, alongside Sedrik the Mutt, Edwards' EDM fursona, are the announcers of the game.
* DavidVersusGoliath: The Twins and their friends against a bunch of big, muscle-bound brutes.
* HelloNurse: When Terri is introduced; the creator has admitted that this introduction was partly inspired by Film/{{Space Jam}}.
* PrecisionFStrike: Sprinkled all over this comic.
** Becomes a ClusterFBomb when [[spoiler: Jacqui curses out his opponents after striking out one of his teammates, when he claims it was clearly a foul.]] Satirizes several baseball coach meltdowns.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The Dyna Troupe (the team consisting of the Twins, Rodger, Renee, Markus, Terri, etc.)
* UnnecessaryRoughness: [[spoiler: When the Brutes decide to take extreme measures to win the game.]]

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