Editing Talk:web comics

From Homestar Runner Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search
Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be recorded in this page's edit history.
This page is 47 kilobytes long.
Current revision Your text
Line 168: Line 168:
::Elves don't pertain to 8-Bit Theater specifically.  But I would argue that the Stinkoman sprite comic ''is'' a more specific reference to 8-Bit Theater - that's the webcomic/animation series that is most commonly "blamed" for starting that particular sub-genre.  I believe that's a valid reference. {{User:KieferSkunk/sig}} 18:18, 10 October 2007 (UTC)
::Elves don't pertain to 8-Bit Theater specifically.  But I would argue that the Stinkoman sprite comic ''is'' a more specific reference to 8-Bit Theater - that's the webcomic/animation series that is most commonly "blamed" for starting that particular sub-genre.  I believe that's a valid reference. {{User:KieferSkunk/sig}} 18:18, 10 October 2007 (UTC)
:::If we're going for specifics, the Stinkoman comic is more like Bob and George, another pioneer of the genre - Mega Man sprites and MS Paint'ed non-punchlines are something of a signature for it (although in the latter case, it's never as obnoxious as presented by Strong Bad). [[User:Danny Lilithborne|Danny Lilithborne]] 00:30, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
:::If we're going for specifics, the Stinkoman comic is more like Bob and George, another pioneer of the genre - Mega Man sprites and MS Paint'ed non-punchlines are something of a signature for it (although in the latter case, it's never as obnoxious as presented by Strong Bad). [[User:Danny Lilithborne|Danny Lilithborne]] 00:30, 11 October 2007 (UTC)
-
::::I'm not aware of there being many (if any) "MS Paint'ed non-punchlines" in Bob and George. Its imitators, perhaps, but not B&G proper. --{{User:Jay/sig}} 23:47, 15 October 2007 (UTC)
 
:Turning back the hands of time, there was a pretty popular webcomic called "Elf Life." I think it's still active today. Nonetheless, other than the use of video game sprites and college gamers geeks, elves are often used as a character base line. - {{User:Ren Foxx/sig}} 13:33, 13 October 2007 (UTC)
:Turning back the hands of time, there was a pretty popular webcomic called "Elf Life." I think it's still active today. Nonetheless, other than the use of video game sprites and college gamers geeks, elves are often used as a character base line. - {{User:Ren Foxx/sig}} 13:33, 13 October 2007 (UTC)

Your changes will be visible immediately. If you would like to test or practice editing, please do so in the sandbox. You are encouraged to create, expand, and improve upon articles; however, bad edits to articles are watched for and will be quickly removed.


CAPTCHA Image
Image Code:
Cancel | Editing help (opens in new window)
You are required to enter a code from an image in order to perform certain operations. This image is designed to protect the site from vandalism. If the images are too obscured to read, just give it your best shot and a new image will be shown next time. If you are visually impaired or limited to text-based browsing, you can contact the site administrator and something can be arranged. The code is not case-sensitive.

The Homestar Runner Wiki is neither owned by nor affiliated with homestarrunner.com. Much of the material presented here is copyrighted by The Brothers Chaps and/or Harmless Junk, Inc. For more information, see the legal stuff page on the official Homestar Runner website. The proprietor of this site asserts that publication of such material on the wiki qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

Material on this site that is not copyrighted by The Brothers Chaps (e.g. opinions and mindless chatter) is licensed to the various authors, where indicated, and is released under a Creative Commons Deed, which simply ensures that none of this information may legally be used for commercial purposes.

Personal tools