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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5

Kaze Koichi

3rd Jan 2018, 5:05 AM

I remember I once found a DC superheroes campaign comic and was overjoyed... and it went hiatus after 5 or so pages.

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3rd Jan 2018, 11:47 AM

Okay, I'm... getting confused. Is this a guest arc, or guest-collab arc? or are the players just... getting distracted in the middle of a session...?

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3rd Jan 2018, 12:05 PM

I do not understand your confusion.

The players sung a song and are now talking about old campaigns they played in.

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4th Jan 2018, 2:29 AM
"I'm confused too."

Yeah it's kinda confusing to take such a huge break in moving the plot forward, I don't know if this is some weird call for other people to join in making campaign comics or if it's just a huge kind of masturbatory reference about all kinds of different nerd culture/all about how great the campaigns these people have had before. I don't know how this fits in to the plot and it's taking too long.

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4th Jan 2018, 11:21 AM

aside from giving some context to how they know each other or what...
My guess is it will come back in the plot later, when we least expect it.
Also, it seem long because we're following the comic as it come and have to wait fo the update, but they've just been doing it for 3 pages or so.

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3rd Jan 2018, 1:35 PM


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3rd Jan 2018, 2:22 PM

Are they implying that Wally West Flash wasn't already a comic book character in their universe?

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3rd Jan 2018, 3:55 PM

Maybe he exist, but is'nt called Wally

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3rd Jan 2018, 4:25 PM

In the universe the players inhabit, superhero comics do not exist. That's the premise of this entire flashback... maybe. But most of the other things we know and love (such as Batman: The Animated Series) do, albeit modified by the lack of these comics:

-Joe Shuster is known mostly for illustrating Nights of Horror.
-Without the success of Marvel and DC Comics, live-action adaptations of Japanese manga dominated Hollywood's blockbuster action scene.
-Nerdy guys still make YouTube videos of themselves debating geniuses vs gods. That hasn't changed.
-The use of yellow to indicate narration was popularized by webcomics.
-X-Men was licensed by Warner Bros for a short period before getting picked up by Disney.
-The major heroism-themed TV show that pervades all of western culture is Heroes, despite it never being as popular as Superfriends... for some reason.
-Luke has an idea for a screencap comic called Darths & Droids, but hasn't really found the time to make it.
-DragonTrainer exists and is currently writing a crossover arc in his screencap comic with D&D Aangvanced.

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3rd Jan 2018, 3:44 PM

must have been one hell of a campaign.
Now that mean the kids of this world never got to experience the joy of watching the justice league cartoon every saturday morning...

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4th Jan 2018, 7:21 PM

So.... if Luke was Watchdogman, does that mean Cory was Saitama? Or was it DM who played him and Cory played Genos?


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Deez Rodenutz

6th Jan 2018, 9:59 PM

Wait a minute.

D&D Aangvanced already said Shelby made one punch man in her very first campaign.

Does this mean Luke played in that game as well?!?

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7th Jan 2018, 8:31 PM

Luke as DCA Flash? Yeah I can see it. Honestly DCAU had the BEST interpretations of the various characters. All of them had depth and real moments of growth and awesome.

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Emperor Megaman

20th Jul 2021, 6:51 AM

Watchdog Man? I can see Luke coming up with that one.

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