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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with some variant of "Oh hi, didn't see you there!" or "Oh hi, you caught me (doing something relevant to the episode's comic)".

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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode most episodes with some variant of "Oh hi, didn't see you there!" or "Oh hi, you caught me (doing something relevant to the episode's comic)".


** His ending catchphrase is "And until next time, keep reading comics!"




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** He's also mentioned his struggles with depression a couple of times.



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* HiddenDepths: Chris seems to just be a friendly comic book analyst on the surface...which would make it hard to believe that [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1igWy6ljg4Y he's a retired superhero himself!]]


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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The early videos were more focused on specifically discussing comic book tropes, pointing out the specific tropes of a work or author. They also sometimes involved [[DrinkingGame drinking games]] based on the tropes. However, this aspect was eventually fazed so that now videos focus on specific comic-related topics that don't emphasize specific tropes as much and provided more information on said topic.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The early videos were more focused on specifically discussing comic book tropes, pointing out the specific tropes of a work or author. They also sometimes involved [[DrinkingGame drinking games]] based on the tropes. However, this aspect was eventually fazed so that now videos focus on specific comic-related topics that don't emphasize specific tropes as much and provided more information on said topic.topic.

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* DrinkingGame: Most of the time a trope results in one swig of alcohol. There are a few videos without this rule, such as the Stan Lee video where one trope equalled one mile to walk.

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* DrinkingGame: Most of the time a trope results in one swig of alcohol. There are a few videos without this rule, such as the Stan Lee video where one trope equalled equaled one mile to walk.walk.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The early videos were more focused on specifically discussing comic book tropes, pointing out the specific tropes of a work or author. They also sometimes involved [[DrinkingGame drinking games]] based on the tropes. However, this aspect was eventually fazed so that now videos focus on specific comic-related topics that don't emphasize specific tropes as much and provided more information on said topic.

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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with some variant of "Oh hi, didn't see you there!" or "Oh hi, you caught me (doing something relevant to the episode's comic).

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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with some variant of "Oh hi, didn't see you there!" or "Oh hi, you caught me (doing something relevant to the episode's comic).comic)".


* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with "Oh hi, didn't see you there!".

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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with some variant of "Oh hi, didn't see you there!".there!" or "Oh hi, you caught me (doing something relevant to the episode's comic).

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* CatchPhrase: Chris starts each episode with "Oh hi, didn't see you there!".


** Some cosplay gags are involved in the videos.

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** Some cosplay gags are involved in the videos. For example, dressing up as different characters for skits.



* DrinkingGame: Most of the time, a trope results in one swig of alcohol. There are a few videos without this rule, such as the Stan Lee video where one trope equalled one mile to walk.

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* DrinkingGame: Most of the time, time a trope results in one swig of alcohol. There are a few videos without this rule, such as the Stan Lee video where one trope equalled one mile to walk.


[=ComicTrope=]'s videos vary, with some being analysis videos, some being review videos, and others just being art videos. Most of the videos discuss {{trope}}s that each comic, or comic book creator, commonly uses in their work.

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[=ComicTrope=]'s [=ComicTrope=]s' videos vary, with some being analysis videos, some being review videos, and others just being art videos. Most of the videos discuss {{trope}}s that each comic, or comic book creator, commonly uses in their work.


[[https://www.youtube.com/user/skunkape ComicTropes]] is a Creator/YouTube channel that discuss {{comic book}}s and {{comic strip}}s. There is a focus on Creator/DCComics and Creator/MarvelComics but there are also videos on indie publishers, smaller publishers, currently nonexistent publishers, and international comics.

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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/skunkape ComicTropes]] is a Creator/YouTube Website/YouTube channel that discuss {{comic book}}s ComicBooks and {{comic strip}}s.NewspaperComics. There is a focus on Creator/DCComics and Creator/MarvelComics but there are also videos on indie publishers, smaller publishers, currently nonexistent publishers, and international comics.

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[[https://www.youtube.com/user/skunkape ComicTropes]] is a Creator/YouTube channel that discuss {{comic book}}s and {{comic strip}}s. There is a focus on Creator/DCComics and Creator/MarvelComics but there are also videos on indie publishers, smaller publishers, currently nonexistent publishers, and international comics.

[=ComicTrope=]'s videos vary, with some being analysis videos, some being review videos, and others just being art videos. Most of the videos discuss {{trope}}s that each comic, or comic book creator, commonly uses in their work.

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!![=ComicTropes=] provides examples of:

* AnalysisChannel: The comic analyzes various things about comics, including the writer's and history behind the comics.
* {{Cosplay}}:
** Some cosplay gags are involved in the videos.
** There's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzdwM3C2e6Y a video]] on the history of cosplay.
* DrinkingGame: Most of the time, a trope results in one swig of alcohol. There are a few videos without this rule, such as the Stan Lee video where one trope equalled one mile to walk.

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