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The Freaky Trigger Readers’ Poll 2017: #10-#1
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“Wotcher me old muckers. I’m Nena’s 100th Red Balloon, the one edited out of the final version of the song because I ‘wouldn’t scan proper’. We only come in packs of 100 you know. Whatcha got against a nice round n[…]

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The Freaky Trigger Readers’ Poll 2017: #20-#11
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“Hi there, I’m the Heart of the Ocean, a fictional diamond necklace made famous by Britney asking whether I’d been chucked in the Atlantic Ocean or not when actually I was on MARS. My higher than average refractive index means I hav[…]

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The Freaky Trigger Readers’ Poll 2017: #30-#21
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“Hullo! I’m Hero, the naughty hedgehog mascot of the 2017 World Athletics Championships. You thought I was mute, didn’t you, just because I was holding up all those Bangface-style signs? In fact I was merely SILENCED by the authorit[…]

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The Freaky Trigger Readers’ Poll 2017: #40-#31
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“Hello children. I’m the Demon Headmaster, beloved patriarchal figure of note who wants nothing more than to educate keen students in the most efficient, hypnotic manner possible. If getting results requires a subtle Orwellian undercurren[…]

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The Freaky Trigger Readers’ Poll 2017
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“Hi, I’m Barry Scott! Despite my reappearance in the nation’s ad breaks this year, the amount of grime in general circulation has actually *increased* somehow! I blame the millennials and their over-reliance on antibiotics made from[…]

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  1. That's interesting too - slight embarassment to admit I've never read Berserk, I guess because when I was initially getting…

  2. I might add Kintaro Miura to the list of comparisons, Berserk’s unfinished nature aside. There’s a similar “watch him learn…

  3. That’s really interesting - and I might update the post to reflect that! I’ve obviously got some sympathy for Fiore’s…

  4. I loved reading this and I'm glad you're doing it. The Jaime/Oda/Ditko analogies are brilliant. One quibble: It's not the…

  5. Live Forever's last third follows the breakdown of Britpop into complaining, disillusionment, and creative bloat. Even if the majority of…