Belch Dimension Comics
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|Original review author:RetardBus||Retardbus|
|Webcomic name:||Belch Dimension Comics|
|Author:||Jonathan M."The Iconoclast" Sweet, AKA HaggisMcCrablice, AKA Dr. Belch|
|End Date:||Ongoing, unfortunately|
|Genre:||Political, Super Hero, Slice of Life|
|Defining Flaw:||Hideous artwork and overall being confusing, childish, and unengaging.|
I discovered this comic after its author necro bumped a thread about himself on the CWCki forums and caused a hilarious public spectacle which lasted for nearly 30 pages. He would gloat about his comic and always claimed that "true conservatives" loved it. Just from the constant links to his website and the comic covers that he would shoehorn into his posts, I could tell it was going to be bad, but it did not prepare me for what I was about to encounter before I wrote this review.
This comic was an abomination from the beginning.
Story and Plot
New section for all new pieces! Just give us a brief rundown of what the comic's storyline is like.
Critique the artist's ability to convey their message and style artistically. Does the artist have a style? Is it worth two shits? Can the guy make his characters look unique from one another? If he can't, fuck his comic up. Rip it the fuck apart. Treat it like you would treat a man that's just shit himself.
Make a clear, concise review of writing here. Detail all the important things about the artist's writing abilities, or the writer's as the case may be. Do the characters act realistic? Does each have a distinct personality? Think about it this way: Even bad movies have decent characters. Even in the dungheap anime "Inuyasha", Kagome acts like a fourteen-year old girl, Inuyasha acts like a man-child, Miroku is a serious if horny monk, etcetera. They act like real people. So, does your webcomic artist have realistic characters? Do they act differently from one another?
Also talk about storyline. Is it cliched to all unholy fuck? Have you read anything like it, or seen anything like it in the movies? Is it ripped directly from Harry Potter? Does it make any sense? Finally, does the writer leave any loose threads in his story? Rip these comics apart if they commit any of these sins. Ripoff artists are not artists, they are literary slime.
Nothing fancy, just a quick bio. Make fun of them if you want to. List every juicy detail you can find on their being an obnoxious prick if you feel like it, or just roughly tell us what they're like.
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