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* EnforcedPlug: Used for the Adveritsing/HostessFruitPies advertising campaign.

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* EnforcedPlug: Used for the Adveritsing/HostessFruitPies Advertising/HostessFruitPies advertising campaign.


* DeliciousFruitPies: Comic advertisements for certain products (the most famous example being the snack cakes and fruit pies by Hostess) where the hero uses the advertised product to defeat the villain or stops the villain from stealing the advertised product.


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* EnforcedPlug: Used for the Adveritsing/HostessFruitPies advertising campaign.


* FilmComic: A comic adaptation that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.

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* FilmComic: A comic adaptation of a movie or television show that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.


* ThreeDComicBook

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* ThreeDComicBookThreeDComicBook: Comics that use the same 3-D effect as 3-D movies.



* FilmComic

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* FilmComicFilmComic: A comic adaptation that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.



* PhotoComic: A comic adaptation that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.

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* PhotoComic: A comic adaptation that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.made by photographing posed inanimate objects or actual people rather than by drawing pictures.


* PhotographicBackground


* VisibleSilence

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* VisibleSilenceVisibleSilence: A speech bubble that contains three dots instead of words signifies that the character isn't saying anything.


* AnimalThemedSuperbeing

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* AnimalThemedSuperbeingAnimalThemedSuperbeing: A super-powered being who themes themselves after an animal.



* ArtEvolution

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* ArtEvolutionArtEvolution: A character's design gradually changes over the years.



* AshcanCopy

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* AshcanCopyAshcanCopy: An adaptation is made solely to hold onto the media rights.



* ComicBookAdaptation

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* ComicBookAdaptationComicBookAdaptation: A work is adapted into a comic book.



* ComicBookTime

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* ComicBookTimeComicBookTime: The amount of time that's passed in the comic in-universe is much shorter than how long the comic has been running in the real world.



* ConfusedQuestionMark

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* ConfusedQuestionMarkConfusedQuestionMark: A question mark appears over a character's head to show that they are confused by something.



* DeliciousFruitPies
* DependingOnTheArtist

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* DeliciousFruitPies
DeliciousFruitPies: Comic advertisements for certain products (the most famous example being the snack cakes and fruit pies by Hostess) where the hero uses the advertised product to defeat the villain or stops the villain from stealing the advertised product.
* DependingOnTheArtistDependingOnTheArtist: A character's physical appearance changes depending on who is drawing them.



* ExiledFromContinuity

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* ExiledFromContinuityExiledFromContinuity: A character is prevented from appearing in an adaptation or from making further appearances in the original work because of legal issues.



* FurryComic

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* FurryComicFurryComic: A comic that stars anthropomorphic animals.



* HarmlessFreezing

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* HarmlessFreezingHarmlessFreezing: Getting frozen is non-lethal and the frozen person will be perfectly fine once thawed out.



* MonsterModesty

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* MonsterModestyMonsterModesty: Non-human beings only wear shorts.



* PhotoComic

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* PhotoComicPhotoComic: A comic adaptation that uses screenshots of the original work with speech bubbles, onomatopoeia and narration boxes added instead of using original artwork based on the work being adapted.



* SpeechBubbles
** SpeechBubbleCensoring
** SpeechBubblesInterruption

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* SpeechBubbles
SpeechBubbles: Comics have round white bubbles containing character dialogue, with tails pointing at the characters saying the dialogue.
** SpeechBubbleCensoring
SpeechBubbleCensoring: Speech bubbles are used to censor nudity.
** SpeechBubblesInterruptionSpeechBubblesInterruption: Text is covered or interrupted by speech bubbles.



* SymbolSwearing
* TalkingIsAFreeAction

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* SymbolSwearing
SymbolSwearing: Profane language censored by replacing swear words with garish symbols (also known as grawlixes) is commonly done in comics.
* TalkingIsAFreeActionTalkingIsAFreeAction: Another common staple of comics is for characters to be in impending danger and still have time to talk about a bunch of stuff before getting out of harm's way or falling victim to the disaster that threatens them.



* UnsoundEffect
* VariantCover

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* UnsoundEffect
UnsoundEffect: Onomatopoeia is used for actions that can't really be heard.
* VariantCoverVariantCover: As a ploy to get people to buy more copies of the same issue, comic book issues have variants where the issue has a different cover.

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* HitFlash
* HitSpark

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* PacingATrench

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* BelligerentSexualTension

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* InconsistentColoring

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* BadGirlComic

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+ MangaEffects


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