User:IMDAlphaNDOmega/A Little Bit of Everything
|Original review author:||IMDAlphaNDOmega|
|Webcomic name:||A Little Bit of Everything|
|Start Date:||December 31, 2010|
|End Date:||Placed on hiatus sometime in 2013, disappeared off the face of the Earth a while later.|
|Genre:||Tries to be a furry narrative, and fails miserably.|
|Defining Flaw:||Horrible art, insipid wrtiting, blatant plagiarism... Am I missing something?|
Every character uses the exact same model, and it's hideous. The cars owned by the characters are traced. Most of the time, no two characters are in the same panel.
Whatever stories there are are incoherent messes.
Bland stereotypes, and nothing more. Some of them have flat-out cheesy puns for names.
And I thought Sonichu was bad... At least Sonichu actually has some unique character models.
I brought this up in the forum a while ago, but only one person replied to it. Regardless, I think I only needed that one comment to describe how bad this "comic" is. This must be one of the most... banal things this reviewer has ever seen. I... don't know how to describe it. It makes Sonichu look original. It makes One Frame Gags look original... Ladies and gentlemen, I hesitate to bring you... A Little Bit of Everything.
For the love of all that is wonderful, what downfall?? Like I said, there needs to be effort for it to have a downfall! If you excuse me...
Story and Plot
THERE IS NO STORY. Everything is so shoddily written, I began to feel sorry for One-Frame Gags.
This comic's "art" is what happens when you ask your 5-year-old to play with MS Paint shapes. Every single character has the exact same model -- for example, there is a cat character named Lucky, who is a female, and a male rabbit named Swifty (self-insertion alert) who -- except for a few physical differences, look exactly alike. The author of this strip also cannot draw bears to save his life. There are two characters named Tiger and Softie - the only differences between THESE two are fur color and the clothes they wear. Nope, I was wrong. The artist as that lazy. Muscle cars, SUVs, convertibles, and the like are quite a big focus of this comic; this would be cool, except they're all traced. I'd be lying if I said I was joking. Most everything is in reverse shot -- which is nominally a bad idea for a comic.
Back to the stories...
Most of these comics consist of what could laughably be called story arcs. Like I said, the writing is abysmal. These stories are so bad, campfire stories told by dozens of different kids would be more coherent. For example, one strip has a character use sticks of dynamite. Apparently, one of the kids is a wannabe arsonist (yeah, I reeled in horror at that, too), and because his sister Lucky told him *not* to set things on fire, he pulls out a stick of dynamite. What follows is supposed to be an explosion, but it looks more like a failed attempt at drawing a fire. Yeah, the writing is piss-poor. I felt like I was reading Mad Libs.
Another comic had a beaver using a Wii Remote and Nunchuk as actual nunchucks. It's about as unfunny as it sounds.
OF COURSE this "author" doesn't reveal who he is. What a shock!
Never in my life have I seen such a stupid comic. Everything about it is just done SO wrong, I can't believe the "author" expected people to read this... This "comic" is unreadable. Plain and simple. Now, if you excuse me, I'm gonna go read Brawl in the Family, a webcomic with actual EFFORT put into it.
The guy's comic.Gone forever. There IS a god...