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What a nice board!
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No.
No LOL is allowed here please only post funny video game comics thanks
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>>97005 (OP) 
shilling your shitty comic again, huh. Go back to twitter drawing shitted comics.
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Anyone has the full set of pic related?
>>97005 (OP) 
Does this man suffer from monochromatism? I think I have never seen color on one of his drawings.
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>>97016
>everyone posting benisbuddy is the faggot himself
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>>97019
I pretended to care about coof for the 2nd pic.
I have this I guess.
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did someone say LOL?
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>>97016
sorry I thought some of them were funny
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Doesn't this artist makes cuckshit?
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>>97005 (OP) 
>unfunny joke
>but it's hot guise
No, this is actually the LOL thread.
>>97016
What broken English is this?
>>97030
Umineko is pseudointelectual trash that is trying too hard to be deep and compelling only to fall apart as soon as the questions and mysteries that it had set up begin to get unraveled and explained. 

Even basic bitch shit made by nitro+ and TYPE-MOON has better writing than Umineko.
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>>97054
I bet you didn't get Evangelion either.
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>>97055
I “got” that Evangelion had biblical imagery put in it because it “looks cool” rather than to fulfill some intellectual or rhetorical purpose.
>>97057
To be fair biblical imagery is often very aesthetically pleasing.
>>97057
Does your stomach hurt when you swallow the hook like that?
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>>97061
Upvoted. Put me in the screencap plz
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>>97005 (OP) 
>third pic
>She doesn't use the GPU to get a shota's dick and later force him to marry her.
smh tbh fam
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>>97057
No, you heard about the interview and assumed Anno was telling the truth to the media and giving a straight answer about his work when Evangelion was literally a world of fucking lies (including the media within that world) you brainless buffoon.
I'm sure the lyrics to the Evangelion OP just happened to "sound cool" too, right and it was total coincidence that it worked out that way?
You are a retard, plain and simple.
>>97062
Badef
>>97033
He writes to please everyone, like a whore that wants to make love with the whole world, at the end she only get aids.
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>>97064
>needing new telavivdia cards at all to play the latest AAA trash when there's an infinite backlog of old good games that can run on a toaster
shig
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>>97069
Nobody wants to play grandpa games.
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>>97071
Old men are the future.
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>>97072
yep
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>>97071
>Man, I sure love playing the newest unoptimised SJW game over the old grandpa games
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>>97074
Ok grandpa. Have fun with your old man games.
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>>97075
I will, thank you
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>>97076
Uh, no.
You aren't supposed to actually have fun with your old man games you played a million times before.
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>>97077
There's a shitload of old games to play, why would I replay the same ones a million times?
Unless they're F.E.A.R., Max Payne, Quake, Serious Sam or Doom?
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>>97080
fear is an ass
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>>97080
You seem to be forgetting a really big one anon.
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I FUCKING LOVE STEAM SALES!
>nothing on my wishlist is on sale
I mean it's my fault because I use wishlists as nothing more than a notification list that a game is out of EA and thus good to pirate but still.
As a rec, Overload's down to 10 bux and it's a really good game if you like Descent and 6DoFPS
Imagine needing to buy shit you wont play this badly
>>97081
>fear is ass
I'm going to take a break from shitposting to call you a faggot
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>>97083
>right wing conspiracy theorist wet dream
why don't you go listen to Alex Jones instead, Grandpa? I've got truly woke games to play here.
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>>97090
I miss him. They just had to nuke his channel right as a new Life is Strange game was releasing.
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>>97089
why don't you go make a banana and shove it up your ass
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>>97092
You're 3rd world broken English is cute as fuck.
>>97094
*your
Sorry everybody.
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>>97094
>>97095
Your're are English needs some work.
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>>97096
2late. I Already corrected myself nerd.
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>>97094
This is what happens when you let huemonkeys, and beaners post on the webring.
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>>97101
Built for BWC.
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LOL
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>>97090
>right wing conspiracy theorist wet dream
It's a right wing conspiracy theorist wet dream, damn didn't you play the game?
>>97108
Is that third one actually funny or am I retarded?
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>>97101
Rangeban all spics and beaners. They are an absolute cancer upon any decent discussion board. Do it before it's too late.
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>>97111
you're retarded, Mr. Bateman
and so am I
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>>97091
I miss him too anon
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>>97112
>all of those south Americans now with cheap internet access hitting their teens
Oh no
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>>97121
He has a second channel and is reuploading his stuff. Too bad he's too retarded to have a backup in another site.
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Thanks for proving we can't have nice things anymore shitheads. Happy fucking thanksgiving.
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haha
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>>97167
Are comics like these made through some sort of animated process?
What the fuck does any of that even mean? 
>>97155
Happy thanksgiving anon.
>>97129
What about streams? Because most of his videos were just edited down streams.
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Some of these are very rare
>>97155
The thread proves that we, in fact, can have nice things. Happy fucksgiving.
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>>97168
>Are comics like these made through some sort of animated process?
It reads like the messages a literal schizophrenic I'm friends with sends. The games are different because we are 90s kids, but he speaks in references and bizarre, tangential analogies. The smallest comment sets him off typing up a massive wall of text that I'll receive an hour or two after contacting him.
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>>97195
The clown is cold blooded. Your breath doesn't float because we breathe out carbon dioxide, balloons are filled with helium from a canister so they float.
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>>97196
correct, but can you get this one?
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>>97195
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>>97198
Because as the pencil is used it will go from "too cool to cheat" to "cool to cheat" to "to cheat" and cheat respectively.
>>97198
Because sharpening them will erase the "Too", leaving "cool to cheat"
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>>97198
Also you should erase the solutions for some of the trickier ones before posting them.
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really gets the noggin joggin
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>>97204
That's easy. The bear's paper only has three holes where as his notebook pages have four.
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>>97205
and this one?
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>>97206
The magician is cold blooded
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>>97207
I'm so glad slylock posts are back.
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>>97200
Because he knows you wouldn't shoot a man before throwing him out of a plane.
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>>97208
no you aren't
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Why are there humans in the slylock fox universe again?
>>97210
because count weirdly looks like a dipshit so he's obviously lying
>>97210
Cause Alexander Graham Bell made the first phone call at that time. Edison was not in the picture at that time.
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>>97216
correct
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>>97217
It's the nigger with the 61 on his shirt. Because the bat is upside down, and retarded.
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>>97218
I need to request in the drawthread a slylock fox comic where Hitler is brought out of suspended animation from a cryopod and he's accused of killing 6 million jews and why slylock fox believes Hitler is innocent.
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>>97219
>dupler and the 6 gorillion
>>97221
Your bones are inorganic, and your blood has inorganic minerals in it to.
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>>97225
wrong
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>>97195
If he blew up the balloons with his air they wouldn't be floating, only helium does that. Clown is a nig.
>>97226
Bones are composed of more than half inorganic components, if it does what weirdly says it does he's about to become super spooky.
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>>97221
There is an artificial phallus inside the count. It won't turn invisible
>>97228
the elixir will only coat the inside of his body so it wont even show his bones or anything
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>>97231
I think weirdly is counting on the normal cellular processes to allow the elixir to enter cells through some of the same channels as water does. Thus making all of his cells invisible through normal homeostasis. It still wont work though because the body isn't 100% organic.
>>97221
I think the more obvious answer is that he wears a hat and glasses and pants which wouldnt be affected
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>>97235
Weirdly has no basic understanding of anatomy or chemistry in general, but I'm pretty sure he isn't retarded.
>>97225
You truly are braindead. All it takes is 10 seconds to look this up and yet you didn't. Instead you spread your diarrhoea as if it was fact.
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>>97240
>all it takes is ten seconds
And if you did that you'd realize I was right.
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>>97253
second image is broken
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>>97254
yeah it's missing the punch line
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>>97241
>Your bones are inorganic
retard
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>>97257
>calcium is organic
Double retard that only has book smarts. Then again I should have said bones are composed mostly of inorganic calcium and phosphate crystals rather than saying bones are inorganic which is only partly true. Either way Weirdly is still not invisible.
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>>97258
I wish he would be invisible because whatever porus, fractal nightmare will soil your eyes when he drinks that shit is going to be worse than just plain invisibility.
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>>97168
The comic is called sparkle care hospital that I somehow found years ago surfing the net. It's trash. This character just talks like this constantly. I only read it because I was hoping for some actual criticism of modern medical care but it's just shit with some cartoon violence. It's made by mentally-ill furrry faggots with their donut steal oc's, so I shouldn't have expected anything more.
>>97221
He might have a hard time getting around once his eyes turn invisible. He won't be able to see anything. t. someone smarter than me
Also VIDEO GAMES
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>>97258
>uh oh, I've been found out as the retard that I am!
<heh... I always meant that they were mostly inorganic!
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>>97267
>I can't read.
Why even reply?
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>>97265
FUCK YEAH VIDEO GAMES!
>>97276
Is Erin a reverse Cougar?
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>>97276
God I want to fuck erin
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>>97277
I swear there's a term for that. Maybe nymphet, if I remember right.
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>>97280
Do you mean a nymphomaniac?
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>>97282
No, not this time. Apparently lolita is the right term according to the wikipedos.
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>>97277
>>97280
>Reverse Cougar
Healthy young females attracted to older experienced men with assets? I'd call them women.
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>>97286
Too bad you have nothing that they would consider attractive.
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>>97284
It would be news to me that the lolita archetype includes attraction of older men as a feature.

>>97286
I rarely see the implied age difference in real life.
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>>97265
That's the real reason why the ring of invisibility in Quake doesn't hide the player's eyes in Quake. They needed something to balance it out and that was the logical thing to use.
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>>97255
Gaz only did two things: Be gloomy and play games. It's ridiculous to invalidate her "gamer" identity. I don't see anything wrong with how she was portrayed in that movie.
>>97289
>I rarely see the implied age difference in real life.
That's because in real life they're sequestered in the rich-dome with the rich men who attracted them. Alternatively, that's because in real life we live in a society.
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>>97334
It's not about the balance, it's more about the fact that if light passes through your eyes, you wouldn't be able to interpret anything to begin with. It's a literal case of "How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real". I still want to find out what that nigger-kind meant by his teenager philosophical statement.
>>97338
Gaz looked too cutesy and upbeat, that's what I didn't like about it.
>>97276
>>97278
Don't we all?
>>97255
>why would they make me look ugly
>comic has ugly artstyle
LOL!
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>>97005 (OP) 
Is the third image LOSS ?!
>>97636
It's supposed emulate invader zim artstyle.
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>>97934
I thought that the whole """"value"""" of an NFT comes from a bunch of servers saying that you own it, and there's nothing especially valuable about the tokens themselves.
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>>97943
It's just an investment game where the value comes from being the shiny new thing so people buy it because they believe it will be worth money which drives the price up causing people to buy it. At one point the price will plummet because it lacks any inherent value, but the ones eating this shit up are hoping to sell it before then and gain gazillions of dollars. 
In theory the whole point of NFT is the server, but in reality the label of ownership is irrelevant when the image is publicly accessible. Now that they're being "pirated" the perceived value is going to plummet and all the retards with NFTs will get fucked on their "investment" because they willingly got scammed and expected a reward.
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>>97945
>>97943
As I understand it the original concept comes out of the realm of "smart" contracts but NFTs lack both the distributed storage and the real world asset that you can meaningfully assert ownership above.
>>97945
Mo-gege
>>97943
Assuming that the original creators of the concept acted with good will, I'm guessing that they thought it would enable digital art to have some kind of authenticity in the way that physical art does. Like, part of the value of physical art is not only owning the actual physical work of art, but also being able to show that it's the genuine original work and that you acquired it legitimately from a legitimate owner--all so that prospective buyers can be sure that nobody is going to spring up saying "hey, that was stolen from me (or my family) back whenever" or "hey, that's merely a good copy and what I have is the actual original work of art." 

If that's true, then what we are seeing is people hoping that buyers will conflate the idea of the NFT buzzword with value, or will assume that the thing is valuable just because it has someone (saying nothing of the authority of that someone) who can prove that, yes, you are the one who paid money for the ownership rights to that digital art. So when Joe Blow mass-produces digital scribbles in Paint and then sells the rights to them, the value is purely in owning an original, traceable Joe Blow work, despite the fact that what (ordinarily) makes works of art valuable (in the eyes of people who want to buy art) is largely absent: the craftsmanship and desirability of the creator. 

Probably a lot of people who bought these things either didn't think about saving copies, or didn't think it would affect whatever inherent value there was in the ownership rights to the work. It was probably never very clear to the majority of these purchasers exactly how they were going to turn their NFT into real value except maybe by vaguely hoping that someone would at some point want to pay money for their rights. It sort of boils down to the idea of paying real value for an abstract concept (original ownership rights to something that everyone knows can be infinitely reproduced) with nominal value, and then hoping that nominal value is realized someday through some process. The value is strictly in the rights to ownership, which is arguably where value lodges in physical works of art as well--although I guess you could argue that most physical works of art are, at least to a select proportion of people, inherently pleasurable to look at in person and so people might pay you money for the privilege of being able to look at them, whereas an awful lot of NFT art is computer-generated trash that you usually can't prevent anyone from viewing at any time.
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