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Webcomic / Bringer

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Bringer is a webcomic written by Twebster9000 on Deviantart. The first page can be viewed here Bringer follows a young man named Myers who gets caught up in something much larger than anything he's seen before, and simply rolls with it. The comic is drawn in a stick-figure-ish style.

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  • All There in the Manual: Wick's name is never spoken.
  • Art Evolution: Around page 41 the art gets much better.
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  • Artifact of Power: The villains have three, which are based on the Sanshu no jingi.
  • Big Bad: A mysterious figure called Gekko-Sama by the various Arc Villain s.
  • Bright Is Not Good: A lot of the villainous characters wear white and have bright accent colors.
  • Cardsof Power: Ken uses them for support.
  • Cool Sword: Both Myers and Sabanto, though Myers' by virtue of Katanas Are Just Better, and the fact it is how he becomes Bringer.
  • Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: All of the characters have color-coded dialogue text to show who is talking.
    • Myers and Bringer-Bird use Black
    • Gekko uses White text on a black background
    • Sabanto uses yellow
    • Sakasa uses Green
  • Color Failure: Both Catlyn and Wick do this when Bringer interrupts their argument with his new lightning powers.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Bringer is clad in pitch-black with white eyes, and is the good guy. Subverted with the Shadow Beasts, which are evil.
  • Distracted by the Shiny: Most of the characters show at least a little of this.
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  • Elemental Powers: Wick and later Myers.
  • Evil Knockoff: Both Myers and Catlyn's first giant Shadow Beast fights end in the enemy becoming this.
  • Sizeshifter: Myers, while in Maximized Bringer form.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Catlyn.
  • Invisible to Normals: Shadow Beasts and Moon Beasts can't be seen unless they want to be.
  • The Hero: Myers, AKA the titular Bringer.
  • Time Skip: A minuscule one of about two weeks between Myers finding the Bringer's Edge, and first using it.
  • Written Sound Effect: Used a few times with Japanese onomatopoeia.

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