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Webcomic / Dyna Blades Misadventures

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The very first cover art for Dyna Blade's Misadventures.
Dyna Blade's Misadventures is a webcomic ran by Calazea. It stars Dyna Blade, a recurring character debuting in Kirby Super Star. However, instead of being a loving mother and a formidable ally to Kirby, this Dyna Blade is obnoxious, rude, and very destructive. The first comic premiered on April 11, 2018, but started production two days prior, on April 9, 2018.

Dyna Blade was originally a The Air Ride Series character. Notably, she was much more crude in that comic. Dyna Blade's Misadventures tones down Dyna Blade from The Air Ride Series. Dyna Blade has also had a habit of appearing in most of the comics created in between TARS and DBM as a recurring character.

So far, the comic is hosted exclusively at Smack Jeeves. The link to the comics is here:


This comic contains examples of

  • Alternate History: Comic 13 involves the "real" story behind Amendment 19. Women always had suffrage, they never were able to vote because Dyna Blade's Mom hogged the only female ballot box for the entire election, until 1920 had congress ratify the 19th amendment. "Under no circumstance shall Dyna Blade's Mother ever be allowed to vote again."
  • Ascended Extra: Downplayed. While Dyna Blade was in the top three most recurring TARS characters, here she's been promoted to the main character of the comic.
  • Been There, Shaped History: Dyna Blade's Mom helped get Amendment 19 ratified, as revealed in Comic 13. We're not talking about Women's Suffrage, that amendment was a cover up for the real one.
  • Bottle Episode: Comic 22. This comic only uses two characters, albeit one of them is a new character, meaning new sprites had to be found. The comic is also only two panels, and the background is very generic. The plot also was mentioned to already be an idea, although expanded on to include Dr. Mario.
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  • Blatant Lies: The first thing Dyna Blade tells the interviewer is that she got a degree at Harvard University. The interviewer obviously sees through this and asks Dyna Blade to give him the real facts. Dyna Blade claims that she actually trampled the school.
  • Brick Joke: In Comic 16, Dyna Blade smashes her car into a traffic light. Later on, Bowser throws a Blue Shell at Dyna Blade's car and drops bananas on the road. Then, the Yellow Devil ends up running into one of Bowser's bananas because he was not paying attention to the road.
    • Comic 21 features Dr. Eggman's Little Tykes Car that's terribly inserted into the comic. The police show up to Kirby's house in a very similar Little Tykes police car.
  • Call-Back: Comic 8 reuses the same joke that TARS comic 39 used about the Boston Tea Party.
    • Comic 2 is once again revolving around the city lighthouse from Kirby Air Ride.
    • Part of Dyna Blade's segment of Comic 16 appears as a flashback three comics later.
  • Credits Gag: In every comic, Dyna Blade's name is listed as something different in the sprite credits, usually related to what happened in the comic.
  • Don't Try This at Home: In the Comic 15 Author Comment, Calazea tells everyone not to copy Dyna Blade's actions in the third panel of the comic.
  • Driving Test Smashers: Comic 16. The town wants everyone of legal age to learn how to drive a car! Dyna Blade, Blue Kirby, Bowser, Dyna Blade's Mom, Kirby, and the Yellow Devil all learn how to drive. Unfortunately, none of these six are competent and all fail miserably.
  • Early Installment Character-Design Difference: Dyna Blade's Mom gets redesigned from TARS. Instead of having hair scribbled onto her head, making the Mohawk hair Dyna Blade has still visible, the Mohawk is now recolored to be grey instead.
    • Blue Kirby also gets a touch up. Notably, he now has cheeks and more traditional Kirby eyes instead of Black Bead Eyes.
  • Historical In-Joke: Comic 8 features the Boston Tea Party, but with Dyna Blade and Bowser.
    • Comic 13 revolves around the ninteenth amendment.
  • Hostile Show Takeover: Dyna Blade tramples Bowser in Comic 3 right as he's ready to challenge Mario to a Boss Battle, declaring herself the new Mario villain.
  • House Fire: Happens in Comic 10. Dyna Blade's Mom tries cooking her food for two days in a microwave. It only takes three hours for her house to burn down.
  • Insistent Terminology: In Comic 7, Dyna Blade calls the Nintendo Labo a game console. This was done intentionally, as according to the creator, it sounds funnier if Dyna Blade referred to it as a console in the comic.
  • It Makes Just As Much Sense In Context: Dyna Blade wants to join Super Smash Bros. as a clone of R.O.B. the Robot.
    • Of all the things to steal, Blue Kirby steals Dyna Blade's wing. Dyna Blade even lampshades how ridiculous that snag was.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Comic 9. Dyna Blade steals Kirby's lunch money, only to puke out the disgusting meal.
  • Original Character: Dyna Blade's Mom.
  • Parody: Mall Mart from Comic 15 is quite obviously a parody of Walmart, down to using a similar color scheme.
  • Police are Useless: In Comic 4, Dyna Blade outright shuts down the entire police force simply by placing a ladder in front of the police station on Friday the 13th.
  • Revealing Cover Up: In Comic 12, Blue Kirby denies knowing the whereabouts of Dyna Blade's missing wing, that's behind his back and almost twice his size. Dyna Blade obviously notices the wing very quickly.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Supernatural Powers!: In Comic 15, Dyna Blade can't decide which brand of potato chips to buy. Then she realizes that since she's Dyna Blade, she can just steal everything. She then literally steals the entire store.
  • Shown Their Work: In Comic 13, during the 1916 election, the last election where women couldn't vote, Dyna Blade's Mom names the two main candidates for that election, Wilson and Hughes.
  • Signature Move: The trample is Dyna Blade's trademark attack. She lands on something with excessive force to destroy it.
  • Stealing the Handicapped Spot: What Blue Kirby does in Comic 16.
  • Story Arc: They have been confirmed to be happening every once in a while. Story arcs will usually only last a couple of comics, and Comic 18 is the first comic to be a part of a story arc.
  • Stylistic Suck: Despite the improvement in quality over its predecessors, Comic 21 features Dr. Eggman's ultimate war machine. A Little Tykes car with a rocket launcher taped to it, that's poorly inserted into the comic on purpose. The white particles are still very present and very noticeable, and parts of the car's eye are transparent. Blue Kirby lampshades the former part of the car's poor quality. The police car is also a Little Tykes Car with the same poor quality.
  • Technologically Blind Elders: Once again, Dyna Blade's Mom.
  • The Reveal:
    • Dyna Blade's Chick: The egg that Dyna Blade threw in the first part of the arc actually landed in the kitchen and cracked open like a real egg. Dyna Blade is not the mother of Kirby's new chick.
  • Trash Landing: How Comic 20 ends.
  • Verbal Tic: "Squawk" for Dyna Blade.
  • Wrong Restaurant: Nightmare Enterprises only sells monsters. Didn't stop Dyna Blade from trying to order a gun there.

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