Despite never actually having played a StarFox game... pfft. I got a good laugh out of this one.
I never played the game too,
but I still got lots of laughs out of it.
I was like...OMG! and then...*troll*
The True Zelda Reference XDD
Pretty much any strip that highlights a highly anthropomorphic character's animal qualities is fine by me.
Get in line.
Haha, I liked StarFox 64, never played assault, but hey, lampshading Furry Confusion is always fun.
Hey everybody it's not Chuggaaconroy!
Quote of the now-> Tony Stark: That man is actually playing Galga. He thought we wouldn't notice, but we did. -The Avengers
Games I love: Poke'mon Crystal, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, BanjoKazooie, Kirby's Dreamland 2, Harvest Moon 64, Paper Mario... and the list goes on.
All Super Smash Bros. games are kind of a given.
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And FYI, I'm a girl. Just so ya know.
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This is the kind of strip that I love: The kind that doesn't actually require knowledge of any specific series in order to understand the joke. This is good because I know absolutely nothing about Star Fox or the Aparoids. The joke is very simple and very effective, which is always wonderful.
In short, excellent work TB.
Slippy finally did something without telling his team mates? Well, good for him, he's finally growing up. Or she. Can't really decide on that one.
Yay, it's another comic with Slippy! (This will be awesome for Smash-ups.)
Nice job, though.
that's why Slippy gets all the ladies. Because he eats his enemies hey wait a darn minute....
Now with that ability slippy will really be useful.
Congratuations, Slippy. You're the new Pac-Man.
I was actually kinda creeped out. D8; I guess it's just my fear of being eaten alive, though...ack. OTL
I simply stared at the second-to-last panel and start laughing.
To be honest, I found the design of the Aparoids to be very forgettable as well. Happy to see that Slippy has finally found his purpose in life. Kirby would be proud of him.
Geez, it feels like it's been a while...
I wouldn't know anything about Aparoids, since I don't have Assault (have only played the original, Starfox 2, and 64), but still... I thought it made sense.
Also, is it bad that Slippy's eyes in the last panel make me think of Kermit the Frog?
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This was an amazingly funny comic for me, even though I never played the full game.
It was almost like a drawn Youtube cartoon blooper O_O.
Einstein once said: "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."
And I said: "Don't go there !"
He also said:"Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind."
And I was like:"HIGHFIVE!!!"
Hah, this comic strip really set some standard for what I want out of the next Star Fox game; stereotypical sci-fi.
For some reason, I remember SF64 having a more ridiculous storyline. The elements were like a typical sci-fi movie (one planet was even a reference to the movie Independence Day) and the game was stuffed with cheesy one-liners that added nothing to the main story, just to the situation at hand. It was hilarious. Only at the true ending did it feel like the story took a twist for the serious.
In Star Fox: Assault however they tried their best to create a relatively complicated story, with character development and deaths and such. It did well on some parts (that last scene featuring Pigma was awesome, with Fox's reaction after the battle) but mostly, it was just cheesy. Just like SF64, except this time, you could feel they tried not to be, and most lines were referencing to the main story.
LONG POST, I know, but my point is that this comic made so much sense to me thanks to the stereotypical sci-fi set-up (I did imagine pompous space music in the beginning). That's the kind of atmosphere I want out of a future Star Fox game.
Stand aside, tubby! You're stepping on a midget with money!
Gotta agree with you there, Uncle Bellman. They should go all-out next time, and really have some fun with it.
408 - Resourcefulness
Mario Kart Wii number: 0088 - 3484 - 3729
This was disturbingly plausible.
Mario must be really dedicated if this follows the same canon as "If It Takes a Lifetime".
EDIT: Derp, the rollover text already had the joke I was making. Well then.
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I've seen a similar comic like this that involved bodies of dead Mario's laying around...
Except this time, they're actually useful.
And oh my god, that rollover text. I wonder how would that have been...
I personally love your Mario Comics, Bun. Keep it up.
This was surprisingly morbid, but I liked it for that. Although the alt text does make it a bit... heavy?
Either way, I liked this, but I especially liked the bonus panel. That's honestly one of the funniest things I've seen in a while.
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