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Comic Battle Q
Never Mess with the Weather
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Content flags: Violent Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: On hiatus
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 21st Mar 2011, 9:07 AM
Number of comics: 19
Number of subscribers: 1
Visitors: 11244 visitors (37605 pages viewed)
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Comic description

(INDEFINITE HIATUS)
The original Webcomic, the one that inspired all of Brianna's future comics. Featuring sixteen and a quarter comics, this comic started it all. It is the Original, the Prototype.

It sucks, it blows (very little pun intended), and it is down-right awful.
Yet Brianna still loves it.
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May update with Comic Battle R (as a gag-a-day comic), but otherwise not active.

Authors

ranger_brianna_new
ranger_brianna_new
I've gone by many names online and have been a veteran in communities for over nine years, now, but here I am to stay.

Originally, I came here because I used Flikr, with the same name before a slight change. It's where I normally had my webcomics. It was adequate for my needs at the time, but it has certain restrictions. Having 4 (at the time) webcomics, I thought it best to try and expand to other sites.

I do my webcomics purely for my own enjoyment, so I don't care about how low the quality is (mostly). I don't mind if people don't like it. But, hey, if others can learn to enjoy it, that'd certainly make me one happy writer. :)

Also, yes. I am THE Ranger. Living legend. Effectively a grandmother of CF.

(Current project: Red Hood Rider.)


Most recent comments left on Comic Battle Q

ranger_brianna_new
21st Mar 2011
ranger_brianna_new
Yeah, it's been too long. Made this essentially to honor how The Wind User got to round two in the Tournament.
Left on Comic Battle Day17
ranger_brianna_new
1st Dec 2010
ranger_brianna_new
This is a guest Comic from MatthewJA of Good Sir, I Cannot Draw. This being a stick figure comic, I'm a member, and as mentioned, a moderator. :)
Left on Guest Comic From Matthew!
ranger_brianna_new
20th Dec 2009
ranger_brianna_new
Only two kinds of people will be reading this comment:
-Those coming from the front page,
And
-Those who have spent time reading the comics in the archive one by one.

Well, let's start with type one.
You're likely coming from the front page. That's good for you, I suppose. But the comics are a page stretcher. I'm not going to shrink them down, so all I have is the large version.
Which means that every page will be longer than it should be.
I'm not going to fix this problem.
This note is mainly here to keep the page from being stretched,
But it also serves as a warning, that if you go and read any Comic Battle Q strip, it WILL stretch the page.
On the front page, there's a little link you can press, called "First Page". Kinda self-explanatory, that one. Then there's always the double arrows pointing left.
Both have the same effect; they will take you to the first strip. Read as much or as little as you want.

Now, let's address the other kind of person who'd be viewing this.

Quite simply put, you've reached the end of the line. This is the page which I put up as my most recent on page-stretching comics (most of the time, anyway) for first-time viewers. But if you've come here from the archives, from whatever various method of looking at my many comics...
Well, there's no more. Congrats, you've read...well, as much as you've read, I guess. :P

Currently, this means that you've--I'm assuming--read all sixteen. If not, then what're ya doing reading this comment randomly? I dictated the section ABOVE for people who haven't read anything, so if you're still reading, surely, you MUST have read SOME of it! (Okay, bad assumption. :P)
Well, you should go read the rest, then. You can at the very least tolerate it; else, you would not be reading this comment right now, no? (...Okay. PROBABLY wouldn't be reading this comment now. There's no way that I can generalize audiences 100%.)

So, if you've read it all, good for you. If not, then you should go back for more to finish what you haven't.
There's no further update, not yet.

I'm not CURRENTLY working on Day 17, but it'll be done...well, I'd hate saying "soon" in case I forget, nor will I give a specific date. It'll be done soon enough. Sadly, I DO have other projects to attend to, so I can't do Comic Battle Q all the time. Congratulations for actually reading this far (or skipping down to the bottom... :P), and thank you for your (probable) attention, but I'd direct you to my other projects (Comic Battle R, In Real Life, College, and Earth)--if they're not up and running, then you should find something else to do in your spare time. That's all I can say. Many thanks,
-Brian, Author and Artist, Comic Battle Q.
Edit: Eh, this page was getting old, so the Guest Comic has gone in front of it. :)
Left on Filler
ranger_brianna_new
6th Mar 2009
ranger_brianna_new
Remember when I said there was worse? Yea, well, this is one of them. Look at the characters! They're a few inches above the ground!!! The sound effects are off. I later put asterisk around them. 'To Be Continued' is too large.
(Hey, at least the heads are almost always the same size! I also got the position of the wound the same. The legs, and even the arms in panels three and four are roughly the same as well. [The POSITIONING of the legs and arms? Not so much, but size? Sure, I'm being gracious to myself today.] I'm beginning to get consistent with certain limbs, although others sadly remain disproportionate.)

I must admit: Originally this was supposed to be the same day as 'day 10', so it was rushed. The quality is different and the style is a little off.

It was at this point I realized 'Hey, day one had four strips! It's alright if I have another!'
Hence, why there became a greater variety in the number of strips per day.

While art-wise, this is one of my worst, consistency-wise, this is one of my best, and humor-wise, I think this one is actually the most funny out of all of mine. I think people can appreciate it even as it is, right now. I've got even more things planned for R, though.
I believe the "You shot me" line was inspired by the Stargate Episode where General O'Neill shot Daniel Jackson (possessed by Anubis). Back when I first saw it when it aired, that is. (That should give you a good idea of the age of this comic--Around July 2004. March 6th, 2007 is JUST the last day I MODIFIED the document. It is NOT the date of creation. I KNOW that Stargate SG-1 several times has inspired my comic, and I had watched it since 2000 until it ended.) I might be mistaken, though.
Left on Comic Battle Day9
ranger_brianna_new
14th Apr 2008
ranger_brianna_new
This is the Never-Before-Seen Day Sixteen. I never uploaded this to Flikr, meaning any who see it here...will be the first to have seen it...ever, really. Nobody else has ever glimpsed at it.

Of course, this one's fairly good for an R-type comic. It has consistently sized characters. It has a good size for all the text.

HOWEVER, it also has characters who are far too big. I started from scratch Day Sixteen character-wise; I have no other comic (other than the in-work 17) with them that large.

Q-wise, this doesn't count. In the first panel, I did the figures by hand. The Speech Bubbles were customized every time. The Grass and Spears were hand-drawn every--aw, screw it. It counts, barely. The characters were copy and pasted, as was the text from previous comics, and the finish/start/created by stuff was done with paint's text feature, but otherwise, it was hand-drawn, so I'll count it.

Anyway, a few notes about this comic include how it's the first since Day Seven to use only three panels--with lots of room to spare in the third, mind you. This was because it was originally meant to be one comic with 17, but I ran out of room, yet didn't have enough material for eight panels. So, I cut one out.
I also tried to make the dialog more clear--however, rather than simply multiple speech bubbles, I instead just segmented a single one. Not the best format; I changed it to multiple speech bubbles in R, but at least it gives SOME idea of how the dialogs go without a Transcript's aid.

This is where I'm, for now, calling Q ended. I'll later work on 17. I'll make the sprites smaller than here in 16, redo the spears (which need better than a copy and paste job, trust me), and then, I'll go on to finish it. 18 will abandon what started R's style and go back to Q's--only a bit neater, of course. I'll do everything (EVERYTHING) from scratch every panel, yea, but I'll do it with reference points from previous comics to add consistency.
Left on Comic Battle Day16