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There will be some spoilers!! Read at your own risk.

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There will be some spoilers!! spoilers! Read at your own risk.


Details about the world and backstory are [[JigsawPuzzlePlot revealed slowly]], with lots of room for mystery and speculation. ''NEO-KOSMOS'' is short and sweet at first, but it will be a long emotional roller coaster. Shelby Cragg says the comic was inspired by a viewing of ''{{Manga/Akira}}'', and that other major influences include ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' (some argue they straight up steal jokes from it), ''{{Anime/Neon Genesis Evangelion}}'', and ''{{Manga/Fullmetal Alchemist}}''.

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Details about the world and backstory are [[JigsawPuzzlePlot revealed slowly]], with lots of room for mystery and speculation. ''NEO-KOSMOS'' is short and sweet at first, but it will be a long emotional roller coaster. Shelby Cragg says the comic was inspired by a viewing of ''{{Manga/Akira}}'', and that other major influences include ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' (some argue they straight up steal jokes from it), ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', ''{{Anime/Neon Genesis Evangelion}}'', and ''{{Manga/Fullmetal Alchemist}}''.


Details about the world and backstory are [[JigsawPuzzlePlot revealed slowly]], with lots of room for mystery and speculation. ''NEO-KOSMOS'' is short and sweet at first, but it will be a long emotional roller coaster. Shelby Cragg says the comic was inspired by a viewing of ''{{Manga/Akira}}'', and that other major influences include ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', ''{{Anime/Neon Genesis Evangelion}}'', and ''{{Manga/Fullmetal Alchemist}}''.

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Details about the world and backstory are [[JigsawPuzzlePlot revealed slowly]], with lots of room for mystery and speculation. ''NEO-KOSMOS'' is short and sweet at first, but it will be a long emotional roller coaster. Shelby Cragg says the comic was inspired by a viewing of ''{{Manga/Akira}}'', and that other major influences include ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'', ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' (some argue they straight up steal jokes from it), ''{{Anime/Neon Genesis Evangelion}}'', and ''{{Manga/Fullmetal Alchemist}}''.


The comic can be found [[http://www.neo-kosmos.com/ here]].

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[[http://neo-kosmos.tumblr.com/post/168133682089/indefinite-hiatus At the start of December, 2017, the creators announced]] that the ''NEO-KOSMOS'' webcomic would no longer be continued, and the story would reworked into a [[http://neo-kosmos.tumblr.com/post/169148636339/hello-everyone-we-are-pleased-to-announce-that series of illustrated novels]]. Currently, it is still in development: a release date has not been announced.

The comic can still be found [[http://www.neo-kosmos.com/ here]].


* {{Lightworlder}}: The Compie Homeworld is just barely bigger than Earth's moon, resulting in the Compies likely being much less dense than humans. Oddly enough, however, the creators have also said Compies are stronger than humans rather than weaker.

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* {{Lightworlder}}: The Compie Homeworld is just barely bigger than Earth's moon, resulting in the Compies likely being much less dense than humans. [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/compie_strength.PNG Oddly enough, however, the creators have also said Compies are stronger than humans rather than weaker.]]


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* {{Lightworlder}}: The Compie Homeworld is about the size of Earth's moon, resulting in the Compies likely being much less dense than humans.

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* {{Lightworlder}}: The Compie Homeworld is about the size of just barely bigger than Earth's moon, resulting in the Compies likely being much less dense than humans.


* WhamEpisode: Page 550, the first animation. Within minutes of her first appearance, space pirate Triss [[spoiler: coolly executes Dr. Xaveria when the latter tries to stand in her way.]]

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Page 550, the first animation. Within minutes of her first appearance, space pirate Triss [[spoiler: coolly executes Dr. Xaveria when the latter tries to stand in her way.]]
** Page 1599, another animation; [[spoiler: Turns out that Iris' "graduation" wasn't what she thought it was going to be. She's now confined to a sealed tube on another Compie station that has come under some kind of attack.
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* {{Heavyworlder}}: The Notauri homeworld is much larger than Earth, and the strength shows from Triss.


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* {{Lightworlder}}: The Compie Homeworld is about the size of Earth's moon, resulting in the Compies likely being much less dense than humans.

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