Worst comic ever

Postby DJRuby on Mon Aug 19, 2002 3:06 pm

Well, as we all know, the internet is just a place for people to bitch about other people's work and share pornography with one another. I guess Deltron ran out of porno websites. But, hey, come back anytime, man. Your hits still count on our counter, whether you like us or not.
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Postby DJRuby on Mon Aug 19, 2002 4:58 pm

:D On the bright side, I've always found Get Fuzzy to be pretty funny, so I'll take your criticism as, well, a compliment. And those're always welcome.
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Postby Irish Cowboy on Mon Aug 19, 2002 9:30 pm

Dont know much bout this "Get Fuzzy" strip, but lemme get this straight: Deltron, you read all 3 or 4 comics, then signed up over here just to bitch about em?
You got a lotta time on your hands, boy. Come on back when you've put somethin of your own out there.
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NO FLAMERS!

Postby RubysAngel on Tue Aug 20, 2002 4:51 am

I think we can all see here, that flamers are not welcome. Well, they're welcome, because every hit counts, but if you come around here, comparing our hard work to a damn funny and creative syndicated comic, and then call both of them shit, you've got no taste, no brains, no balls, and no reason to stick around.

We always will welcome constructive criticism. Always. It's part of growing as artists. But don't flame. If you feel the need to flame, be prepared to get it back tenfold. For every flamer that ever comes to this board, there will be at least twenty people whose opinions say otherwise, and those are the opinions that matter to us.

Telling us to take down and cancel all of the work that we've spent MONTHS building and creating, just because 'it isn't funny' to you, isn't our idea of "constructive criticism", it's just the tired words of a silly boy who has nothing better to do but bitch and complain and rain on other people's parades.

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Postby JMT on Tue Aug 27, 2002 1:46 pm

Hehe, I'd bet you made Deltron cry. Some people are so used to critizing EVERYTHING, they forget that sometimes that kinda shit isn't appropriate. I'm sure I wasn't the only one that realized his "Worst Comic Ever" was a homage, intentional or not, to the Comic Book Guy:

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There's no need to rip into this guy, fellas. His life's already pathetic beyond even his own feeble comprehension. Worst Flammer...Ever!
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Postby PrintError on Tue Aug 27, 2002 7:19 pm

So pathetic that Brett hardly noticed him. He's just jealous because he can't write his own web comic, and certainly can't include a character as awesome as Brett.
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Postby JMT on Wed Aug 28, 2002 6:15 pm

I know I'm jealous that I can't write a strip with a surreally cocky Randal carbon copy.
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Postby PrintError on Wed Aug 28, 2002 8:29 pm

Randall Schmandall... Randall copied ME! :evil:
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Postby JMT on Thu Aug 29, 2002 7:23 am

That was me by the way!
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Postby DJRuby on Fri Aug 30, 2002 6:09 am

Heh, who'd have thunk, JMT? Let's try movies...

Randal copied you like Bulitt copied Gone in 60 Seconds. Randal copied you like An Affair to Remember copied Sleepless in Seattle. Randal copied you like Alien copied Virus. Randal copied you like Braveheart copied The Patriot. Randal copied you like Ben-Hur copied Gladiator. Randal copied you like any James Bond movie stole from XXX.
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Postby Roddynixon on Fri Aug 30, 2002 8:53 am

i'm not one to nit pick, but gone in sixty seconds was a copy of gone in sixty seconds.
small point, but well made i feel.
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Postby JMT on Fri Aug 30, 2002 11:36 am

This is indeed fun. Let's try TV....

Randal copied you like The Simpsons copied Family Guy. Randal copied you like Voltron and Ultraman copied The Power Rangers and VR Troopers. Randal copied you like Cheers copied Fraiser. Randal copied you like Superfriends copied Justice League. Randal copied you like The Smurfs copied the Snorks. Randal copied you like The Flintstones copied The Flintstone Kids!
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Postby DJRuby on Fri Aug 30, 2002 12:18 pm

Hey, don't forget the Scooby Doo Kids...or whatever that one was called...
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Postby JMT on Fri Aug 30, 2002 7:05 pm

It was called A Pup Named Scooby-Doo ::shudder:: Hanna Barbera ran a whole slew of those back in the early nineties. They have a Yogi Bear one too.
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Postby DJRuby on Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:02 am

Oh yeah...wasn't it set at a mall or somethin', instead of Jellystone, or am I thinking of a different one?
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Postby JMT on Mon Sep 02, 2002 1:07 pm

I think it was at jellystone mall. It was a mall, but whether of not is was jellystone mall or not I don't know. It was pretty bad, even though it was mad ein the nineties, they all wore totally retro clothes, like devo-era style clothes. It was like the artists and animators for the series had been locked up in a underground shelter drawing for like tne years, witht eh only access to the outside world being a vacuum tube that would send them their assignments and be used to send the finishs drawings back.
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Postby DJRuby on Mon Sep 02, 2002 3:16 pm

Yeeeah, that's right. Who knows, maybe the makers were actually trying to be true to the material and set it in whatever year it would have been when Yogi was that young. (Give or take...bear years an' all)
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Postby JMT on Mon Sep 02, 2002 5:19 pm

Damnit! That was me again.
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Bullit is cool.

Postby Irish Cowboy on Wed Sep 25, 2002 10:11 pm

Wow, glad i missed alla that. Wait, how ya figure Aerosmith from the Stones? Dont just gimme big lips, either. Yeah, theyre rock bands heavily influenced by the blues, gimme somethin else to back that one.
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Bullit's still cool.

Postby Irish Cowboy on Wed Sep 25, 2002 10:12 pm

Holy shit, my impatience cuased that to post three times. Someone oughta clean that up.
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