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The Comical Side of Fullicide

by fullicide-SD   //   9:32 PM on 01.16.2013

On a softer side of things, here's an intro to the webcomic side of things at Fullicide. I'll also be posting my DmC review on Friday, with it's FECS score, and another version of explanation on how the system works. Next week, the revised version of the previous article will be posted. Hope you guys enjoy...

So, as I mentioned in An Introduction to Fullicide (the introductory article to my website), the site was initially about webcomics. The comics center around gaming, movies, Tv shows, the community surrounding them, and social satire. While the site and the idea of Fullicide have evolved into something much more, with the ideas of critical reviews, articles, and a different method of scoring, the comic will still play a central role.


This is the cast of Fullicide's comics.

The cast is consistent of five main characters that each brings their own unique personality to the group’s ventures, all in order to entertain the reader. There will not be an overarching plot for the comic so anyone can feel like they can easily access it at any time. The characters will share intrinsic connections to one another that will be flushed out in short story arcs that will be featured every now and again.


The first comic that I ever made.

The characters can act as a cast of varying roles for other pieces that will have considerable length to them (more than a few pages at a time), that will be posted all at once. These special features will cover odd and interesting plot themes, like an alien invasion or a visit to a western theme. In these special features, some of the cast could even die, but once the piece is finished the comic will return to its normal routine with no alterations to its standard way of operating.


The second comic I created. Not as widely enjoyed as the first but still a good laugh to some...

Haha, all of that may have sounded a little complicated but once the site launches I’ll hope to make it clear with an example of a “Special Feature” comic. There will be 18 comics, including the special feature at launch. In the extras section there will also be Bio sections for each character that will tell a little bit about them...



Bios for the characters are meant to be pretty humorous and not exactly grounded. They'll each feature highlights from comics the character has been in. There will also be "A Lil' About this Comic" included below each comic update, in case some readers want a little extra info on the comic, or some readers might want some clarification on a topic they might not understand. There is a lot more to all of this to be honest but this seems like a good introduction. Comics will update on Tuesdays and Thursdays. As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns don't be afraid to ask!

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