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    OMG BOTH SYSTEMS ARE GOOD IN THEIR OWN WAYS! IT'S TEH PLAYER NOT TEH GAME!!111!!


    Is my best guess.

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    I believe the saying goes....

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    We need our own comic damnit.

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    Where's Dai-Tenshi when you need him.
    Seriously, most likely grabbing somebodies crotch like that is only going to make your situation much, much worse. Unless the person doing the gullotine has no pants on, then it's okay as long as they bought you dinner first. - Kidnemo

    I don't know about angels, but it's fear that gives men wings - Max Payne

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    I don't know if it is actually "subtly racist" at all.

    I think it is just bad drawing. If you look at the two comics each frame and shape of the characters is exactly the same.

    Look in particular at the exiting of the karate and boxer from the last frame. Its the exact same drawing.

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    dammit, why does my comic get no respect :(
    CLICK THE ADDS ROMO!

    This chapter will also show clips from a high-speed video in which Master Bristol conceals a Swiss Army Knife inside his buttocks. -from "The Magicians Code" by Hans Bristol

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    Originally posted by Phrost
    We need our own comic damnit.
    Great, I suggested that Kungfoolss be our protagonist fighting the evil stylists lead by Omega, Asia, and Phrost.

    Or we could do a "realistic" retelling of the KCD incident. Call it: When Reality bites RBSD.

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    Richard Ryan must be tough, he wears a sleeveless shirt with lightening bolts on it.And he oils up his muscles before his photo sequences for blackbelt magazine are shot.
    I think he might actually be a superhero.

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    Well, after looking at each of the comics, you people have totally missed the point. The first one has nothing to do with racism whatsoever! What the guy is trying to illustrate for people is that beign well rounded will increase your chances of sucess in a fight...didn't anyone read what was written at the bottom?? "In combat diversity increases the value of the element of surprise!" Which also means that the most tactics, technqiues you can do, makes it less likely someone can figure out you.

    The other one says at the bottom, "Never underestimate the power of speed and simplicity" This one just says that keeping things simple is sometimes better then knowing a billion technqiues. They're about concepts, it looks like, not about styles.

    Keeping things simple, yet also having well roudned skills, is what I think it means. Not all that retarded stuff that was said. Geez..get a clue people.

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    You give him too much credit.


    Lol @ Strong Machine.
    Best Vietnam War music video I've ever seen put together by a vet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDY8raKsdfg

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