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So here are more or less my top 3 ideas, with Megas thrown in as a fun joke on everyone's (least my) favorite giant wrecking robot.
Hah! You made me burst out laughing with the Ninjago panel, I've been a fan of the toyline AND the show since it started and just the other day I wondered if anyone had done a campaign comic based on it.
I'll admit, I have considered giving a Ninjago Screencap comic a whirl, though while I'm somewhat familiar with RPG stuff from reading some of the source books and comics such as this I've never had an opportunity to play a game... I'd feel kind of a fake doing a comic about an RPG Campaign having never actually played one...
Well, maybe Tiger and Bunny. Never watched it though, same for Ninjago. I love Megas, but would hate to see him portrayed as a villain. I only watched a few episodes of the Thundercats reboot and didn't like it.
You definitely need to see the final episodes then, as [Spoiler Alert]They presented an awesomely villainous Coop and had him and our Coop go toe to robotic toe. And to be fair Coop usually did more devastation than any of the real bad guys.
I know, I've seen ever episode of Megas. The main point is that the destruction was non-intended collateral damage. Coop never set out to destroy the city in his fights to save the city, it just ended up happening. Plus it's Jersey, who cares.
^Every. I hate how there doesn't seem to be an edit function for when I make a spelling mistake.
YES TIGER AND BUNNY PERFECT!!!!!!
Tiger and Bunny sounds fun. They could even make characters and swap them for funsies.
Simon could end up playing Tiger.
Betty could be Blue Rose.
Bonnie could be Bunny.
The Tiger and Bunny dynamic between these two could be fun.
Maybe you could make the colors in the speech bubbles a little more... subdued, maybe? They're kinda distracting as-is.
Dang, Tiger & Bunny would be a really sweet RPG. Instead of loot, your primary source of income would be based on impressing the sponsors, so while collaring criminals is important for prestige, it's also a matter of roleplaying and doing non-combat events to advertise your backers.
You could also modify that sort of idea to a My Hero Academia setting, which would kick all sorts of ass. *drops money in the swear jar*
Good to know i'm not the only tiger&bunny fan in existence! would love to see how lunatic was handled. or the movies. especially fire emblem.
That comment from Simon about the original Yabu-whatever is another Aangvanced reference. The first maximum difficulty competitive tabletop competition in their RL setting was, visually, based on Hero Academy.
OH CHAOS NINJAGO YES
...I have this backburner idea for a Ninjago campaign comic but have no idea if I'll ever go through with it
My Pokemon idea is honestly more realistic due to actually having a screenshot source
I only know half of those. Wait, Bonnie doesn't dance yet they insist on showing it? Sure.