July 3rd, 2011, 12:36 am

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This comic has made me so mad. So, so mad.
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There are so many things wrong with this.

Zero Kirby July 3rd, 2011, 12:39 am

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/731799/11-04-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/731797/11-05-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/731937/11-06-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/732692/11-07-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/733379/11-0809/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/734227/11-09-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/734813/11010-09/

http://fearman.smackjeeves.com/comics/735486/11-11-09/

Welp, there you have it. I mad. I raged.

This is probably the angriest I've been at something since iJustine's Portal 2 videos.

I've never even played Portal 2 and I was shaking my monitor mouthing several obscenities in a silent rage.

Also I do not watch the Irate Gamer. I went so far as to grab that screenshot of him from a video uploaded by NOT him because I cannot stand the fact that he makes money off of his "work," if you can call it that without DYING INSIDE.

It's from his Odyssey "review" where he has no absolutely no concept of "it was the seventies when they made it."

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robybang July 3rd, 2011, 1:21 am

Also worth mentioning is that the 11-9-09 and 11-10-09 comics look almost exactly the same. I don't believe he's copy/pasting however, but the fact that you could remove the dialogue from them and have no idea what's going on is indicative of poor art.

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Zero Kirby July 3rd, 2011, 1:43 am

I looked at his website. It's a complete joke. And his books are three dollars each.

That's just ridiculous. Comic books at the store cost less. And are better.

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Zero Kirby July 3rd, 2011, 12:02 pm

No offense but I don't really want this to devolve into "a ton of people just complaining about things." I mean, I would like to add more reviewers, but I'll wait until this is more popular, and I'll probably be ultra-strict about who I do accept.

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Lugbzurg January 3rd, 2012, 9:46 pm

Honestly, there isn't really anything wrong with adding your own comic to your favorites. If you like it, like it. There's another place to access it when you're looking at other comics.

I'd like to point out that Fearman seems to slam into a tree that wasn't even there five seconds ago. And just how exactly did he slam into it, anyway?

By the way, if you must make Team Fortress and Metal Gear jokes, please do so. Partly, because they're just too rockin' awesome to be ignored (despite being, like total opposites, somehow) and partly because references are interesting and show what something should be, as in, giving an example of how it ought to work. (Sometimes)

When he's hurt and down on energy, he holds his hand up, even though he doesn't do that normally. What?



Why does Pebbleman have, like, nothing even remotely pebble-related to his costume?

How can these two not recognize Fearman when he did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to obstruct the appearance of his face!?

In the two comic pages that you put together to build up to the second one, I should point out that the background completely changes color without reason.

The mouth in Pebbleman's mask changes shape, now?

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greenpowerstar October 7th, 2012, 11:51 am

I favorited my own comic, but that's just for easier access, not an extra fan.

Why does each character get a different font style for their speech?

When did that tree get there? He hasn't moved from his spot in the bush. CONSISTENCY WHAT'S THAT

SUDDEN COLOR CHANGES HOORAY

Seriously, I liked the bland colors more. They didn't hurt my eyes.

He seems surprised he's catering, even though it was his idea in the first place. WHY.

"Pebbleman? Why are you stating the obvious? We've already established we don't like Fearman, you don't have to remind me, I already know."

Also, used the wrong "to."

Skipping the root beer thing. You already talked about that enough.

He never really was on their side.