So I was going through an old notebook I've had for years, and I found a page with a forgotten project idea- Head 2 Head! Where I would take a look at interesting match-ups between fictional characters and see who would win in a fight. I decided to resurrect the project, so here it is! Enjoy!
Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft dominate the game market, turning out high-quality material. However, the same reliability that made the gaming industry viable has led to complaints about boring and repetitive titles. It is against this backdrop that two indie games changed the face of gaming: Cave Story and Undertale. But the question remains- if Frisk and Quote were to go head to head, who would win a Deat- wait, that's a different show.Read more >
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So first, a quick follow up to my previous blog, where are introduced my new webcomic. Based on the feedback, I gained two profound insights:
- Don't start blog titles with a backslash
- Humor isn't as easy as it looks.
While I was working on making my comic more... comical, I came across an old idea in a sketchbook of mine. And that is the primary purpose of this post.
The concept is similar to that of Deathbattle, in that two fictional characters are pitted together to see who would win; the matchups are going to be ones that Deathbattle or similar shows haven't run yet. I'll see how well this works out. The first matchup:
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This is a followup to the 9th Anniversary Showcase from a couple of weeks ago. In that showcase, I announced a "webcomic" called NYAN, which would be about computers and such. I'm aiming for a similar style as newspaper comics- with mostly monochrome strips with the occasional color special.Read more >
With that said, this is my first entry. Please feel free to leave feedback or criticism.
If by some miracle I actually continue this series, I'll try to flesh the characters out a little more.