This, friends, is an example of a comic that's bad. It's just got so much going against it that it's not worth reading. It's filled with amatuer art, cheesy dialogue, crummy plotlines, rip-offs galore and plot twists by the dozen that don't have any real impact. And it has one of the worst titles in all of webcomicdom. But let's get to the meat of the whole thing:
This is how my brother used to draw. Ten years ago. It's obvious that this guy read a lot of comic books growing up, particularly X-Men and some Image comics here and there. The style reeks of Rob Liefield, as seen with the improbable postures, jumpy fight scenes, attention to detail only when necessary and the strange phenomenon of characters only having one visible foot. The problem is that without decent inking or coloring the art looks even more bland than Rob's. Not something I'd be proud of.
Some guy with three sacred objects gets attacked in a space bar, opens a portal to the room of three losers and subsequently dies. The three losers put on the three sacred objects, get into a whole mess of trouble in some space station, then escape in a small spacecraft. At that point they receive a transmission from some Twi'lek rip-off to come to his home planet, at which they become the chosen ones to protect the galaxy using Satan's objects. Over the course of a few strips they are trained to become super-warriors and all that. Then Maur attacks, etc. (I'll let you find out the rest).
The problem is, we're given no reason why those three losers were discovered by the Twi'lek dude in the first place, or why they accept their duty to find the sacred objects so quickly, or why these three losers are entrusted with the protection of the fickin' GALAXY when there are obviously more qualified people to do so. The best explanation is found here, but it seems so much more like a cop-out than anything else.
The big plot is that these sacred objects were created by Satan and now he wants them back in order to be free from Hell. It's just like every other guy who's played Xenogears or read Preacher in that they think they can create a story involving God or Satan and it will be deep and neat. Note to would-be blasphemers: Don't write a story about God and/or Satan if you don't know the story behind it. (Hint: The Bible)
Bob, Sid and Roonas are the three dudes who are entrusted with the sacred objects, and they're just losers who were sitting on a couch before that. Aside from Bob freaking out when they first enter a portal, they don't really seem that phased by the fact that they're in space in the future. Their personalities are very interchangeable, but they all seem to be pretty dumb. The other characters are plot devices, so their personalities are not important.
BLAM! BLAM! SLASH! SLASH! STAB STAB STABBITY STAB! GRAB TOSS THROW BURN WHOOSH! PEW! PEW! WHACK! BUDDABUDDABUDDA! FWEEEEEEEEEEE! DISINTIGRATE! POKE!
Rinse and repeat. Not as exciting as I make it sound, though. The action is horribly repetitive, and more often than not they start fights by jumping like Wolverine (OH NOES IS IT ANOTHER RIP-OFF?)
Rips off Marvel and Image comics in general, Star Wars at least twice, DC Comics' Lobo in more ways than one (who does Maur remind you of?), He-Man and even old Snickers commercials. Great googly moogly, thats a lot, but I'm sure there's more.
Not funny at all and totally unnecessary, this seems more like a Buttlord rip-off than a legitimate spoof, seeing how it so TOTALLY puts down that horrible anime. Yipee! Fart jokes! Retards! The thing the creator doesn't get is that if you want to do offensive humor, you have to have some sense of comedic timing, punch and creativity, which the parody lacks all of.
RETARDAZAR? While I'm a guy who doesn't offend easily, I just have to say that laughing at retards solely because of their disability is not cool. That doesn't mean you can't have fun with them, but at least be a little creative. If I were going to make a funny situation involving a retarded person, I'd have him control a giant mech or something like that, give him a little sense of empowerment, not just laughing at him because he's retarded. Timmy and Jimmy from South Park are a good example of retards being funny but not just because they're retarded.
This chapter is fully animated, and it's bad. The action is boring beyond ho-hum, the voices have no emotion put into them, the lip-syncing is bad, the pacing is really slow and it ends with Bob accidentally killing himself in a cave-in of his own creation. At least the comic doesn't ride the cliche train all the way, as the black dude is still alive. But then Bob can be saved. Yay. See this little flag I'm waving? It's for you.
This is BAAAAD. It's just a guy trying to write one action scene after another, not bothering with things such as pacing or character development. Who needs that anyway? All those are good for is giving the creator time to realize that his ideas are unoriginal bunk and that it would be better just to start over and try something new. This comic could have been interesting, but the creator chose boring fight scenes over building actual tension and giving the reader any reason to care about the characters or situations.
Would I recommend it to anyone? HELL no!