>>238000 Which may lead to asking his friend "can one kill a god" thinking about that I know one good method for it. Be put it'll take time and planning on Tony's part.
Because I think the breakdown of this will be Tony was tricked into hurting his daughter and it's going to come to a point of Annie siding with the Court and Coyote or going another way. Also Tony building a hand to kill gods maybe from the arrow.
But we've known for a while that his dickery came from missing Surma and ignoring Annie because he was too broken up over her mom. Like yeah, okay, he didn't actively put Annie in danger in his quest to bring her back so he's like....not as big a dick as Gendo Ikari. That is the best you can say about him now. "Not as big a dick as Gendo Ikari." Not many people would bother putting that on their resume, y'know?
>>238026 For a while now, Anthony has been looking less and less like Gendo and more and more like Hoenheim to me. It's clear that he doesn't want Annie to get hurt, he's just pretty terrible in his attempt to keep her safe.
>>238034 Ragyo is so over-the-top evil that she hardly even qualifies as a parent anymore. Gendo's treatment of Shinji was a lot more tragic because the story still treated him as Shinji's father, whereas Ragyo was a mother pretty much in-name-only for half the series.
>>238045 My understanding is that the family were "keepers" of the Life Fiber Core for many generations. They likely wore clothing that was entirely from Life Fibers, and over time would fuse with them (likely about the time they hit adulthood.) The experiments on her kids were probably just trying to hasten the fusion, giving the host more power and better control over Life Fibers.
Junketsu is probably the end of the normal fusion. Once their body had become used to Life Fibers, they would put on their "wedding dress" and the fusion would be complete, with the suit taking over. This would also explain why Satsuki had to "Override" when transforming.
>>238217 No. He's still a bad person, and the hurt he suffered is not an excuse to abuse others.
Some things where out of his control, yes. But he's far too broken to care for anyone. He followed his own hubris and is flinging the residue of his consequences on others. He can be forgiven. But not until he makes things right or admits to his failures to the one person that he need to admit it to.
Ah, webcomics, the worst case of the fanficition disease. I avoid it like the plague these days - have been burned already by following a few that meandered for eternity and went nowhere, oh and they ALWAYS pull the Drama Tag and turn grimdark. Even the comedic ones.
I think he's referring to Shortpacked!, which from what little I can tell wasn't that good to start with, then got worse. In fact, given Ctrl+Alt+Del, Sinfest, and countless others, shit usually gets worse when they try to pull the long and involved drama storyline in what was previously gag-a-day.
Has there ever been a gag-a-day or a funny strip that got serious later and actually got better/good? All I ever hear about are the ones that started to suck.
>>238583 >Has there ever been a gag-a-day or a funny strip that got serious later and actually got better/good? All I ever hear about are the ones that started to suck. The problem with asking this question is how much it's going to revolve around "lol, opinions." Like I thought Homestuck was way better after getting its myth arc fully going, but I'm not sure that's the popular opinion on 4chan-affiliated sites these days. I feel like Order of the Stick is far better now than when it started, too.
>>238785 Homestuck's a difficult example since it went through that shift several times over. At least the first time, it worked. Which point it ultimately jumped the shark and went stupid is where opinion comes in.
>>238786 At any rate, I feel like (while I enjoyed Act 1), Acts 2-4 (maybe 5, but I don't know if it was quite as strong as 2-4) were when Homestuck was at its strongest, and when, during my archive binge, I was frantically clicking pages to get to the next one to see what happened next.
I actually still enjoy Homestuck, unlike a lot of people, but I think anyone who ever enjoyed Homestuck probably enjoyed at least Acts 2-4 more than they enjoyed Act 1. I'm not certain of that--I haven't done surveys or anything--but it's the impression that I get. Although Act 5 definitely has the most popular Flashes.
And here we get a trio of new villians, including one who's extra spooky and mysterious! What I've seen of Mary (this and her bio on a gallery page somehwere) tends to make me think disaffected country singer with a dadaist streak. That and homicidal tendencies. Otter I've seen used in a sprite comic, and I think Magic Eight as well but he didn't have a weapon as silly and attention-grabbing as an ATM attack robot.