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Foxball!

January 10th, 2007, 2:00 pm

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Author's Comments:

Reply supercomputer276, January 2nd, 2007, 4:20 pm

Foxball! Well, since Ctrl + C/V/Z did for the most part inspire the comic, it just seems right to include this as tribute. And if you don't know what's coming, the third panel has a little joke of its own.

This is the first comic to use Tails's Sonic Advance 2 sprites. Up to now, I used only the original Sonic Advance sprites.

Today I learned that HTML and BBcode doesn't work in these comment boxes.

COMIC CREDITS:
Tails and Knuckles sprites ripped by Daniel Sidney
Dr. Eggman sprites ripped by Psuedo and Dagg
Foxball concept by whoever created Ctrl + C/V/Z
Windows Explorer and Microsoft Paint by Microsoft

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User's Comments:

Reply Jeshi-kun, January 10th, 2007, 4:01 pm

I don't see the Joke in panel 3.


AND WHERE IS THIS CRTL+C/V/Z YOU KEEP TALKING ABOUT!

Reply supercomputer276, January 10th, 2007, 11:51 pm

"I don't see the Joke in panel 3."

Tails says he's the only one that can stop Eggman. Then he goes to Knuckles. He's contradicting himself.

"AND WHERE IS THIS CRTL+C/V/Z YOU KEEP TALKING ABOUT!"

Ctrl + C/V/Z was an animated Sonic sprite comic. Each comic was the size of a Smack Jeeves banner and each was a seperate animated GIF. It reached number 98 before quietly disappearing off the face of the earth (at least to my knowledge). One storyline involved Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy wandering through the Windows operating system to get back to the comic; Knuckles even fought off a threesome of hostile cursors while the rest of the gang took cover in a folder. One comic had the tracker off until Knuckles punched the side and fixed it; another had Tails the victim of an 80-plus attack combo; one of my favorites was when Tails and Knuckles broke out of a looping Zone by breaking the fourth wall. Just thinking about it makes me grin. I actually saved that last one to my computer (it was titled "Duct Tape"); I'll be sure to put up a link when I get the chance.

Reply supercomputer276, September 6th, 2010, 2:18 am

No it didn't. If you're referring to "Camoflauge", Eggman just un-inversed the Flying Battery.

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