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Comics - page 729 - Laserpunch - May 4th, 2015, 11:27 pm

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The beam doesn't knock another hole in the ceiling, because... Stilez punched it.  That's why.
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Blitzkrieg1701, May 4th, 2015, 11:46 pm


Not a lot to say at this point, really. Just imagine a loud, hard rock soundtrack that ought to be playing at this moment.

...well, that and admit that I have no idea how you're suppose to HIT a laser blast out of your way. I guess Stilez is operating on DBZ physics at this point.

Also, we got a new Voting Incentive that... well, is a rare lapse in my usual "don't hop on Internet bandwagons" policy. I offer no defense for my actions.

EDIT: ... and now TWC's voting seems to be down. Well that figures. I went and broke the site!

EDIT EDIT: Nevermind, seems to be fixed now.




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Stefan (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 1:08 am


IÕm actually kind of imagining this as the soundtrack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je6Y-e9XlRs


Blitzkrieg1701, May 5th, 2015, 1:39 am


Now I'm imagining Stilez breaking the fourth wall to wonder where that Orchestra came from :)


Seros Senric (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 1:39 am


Stilez was designed to be a weapon.
So, insert here some mad science reason for why she can punch energy weapon beams in order to redirect them.


A name here (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 2:47 am


Oh dang, she just made that laser her little b****.


Darius Drake (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 8:15 am


Stilez seems to be about as indestructable as Avatar, and better at using it offensively.


Hexagonaldonut (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 8:37 am


To be 100% honest not even I know why the internet seems to really like Hestia's outfit. All I can think of is the ribbon (for reasons you just demonstrated), and... that's not exactly good enough? I dunno. I find her to be an interesting character for completely different reasons, most of which are related to character.

Yes, I'm a weeaboo. Shaddap.


Blitzkrieg1701, May 5th, 2015, 9:29 am


I can think of two large, round, squishy reasons the Internet is so interested in Hestia, and that's about it. (Honestly, Layla's opinion of the show is also my own)


Seros Senric (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 10:53 am


I know that Hestia is a Greek goddess of architecture and family...
But once you get out of ancient mythology...

Yeah, I'm showing my ignorance since I have no idea what show it's from.
The clothes are completely wrong for the Greek goddess anyway. Her dress tended to go past her ankles to the extent of being a tripping hazard if she were mortal.


jex0 (Guest), May 5th, 2015, 12:33 pm


that is only possible if she can also turn invisible. but it is possible with small and powerful enough circuits in her suit.
edit:talking about stilez bending the laser with her hand in case that wasn't clear.


Blitzkrieg1701, May 5th, 2015, 1:48 pm


Hestia is a character from a new show called "Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?" ...I'll try to be nice and not make any comments about that name (and plot), but just point out that it's become popular to draw other female characters in that outfit, or at least with that "ribbon bra".

...and while I usually avoid hopping on bandwagons like that, I couldn't help noticing that, honestly, Hestia really does look a lot like Layla. I mean, check it out: busty, curvy, short, twintails, straight bangs with a part over each eye, extra-thick eyelashes, there's a LOT of design similarities.


Darius Drake (Guest), May 6th, 2015, 3:39 am


Personally, I didn't make the connection. I haven't seen the show, but I have read a translation of a few volumes of the light novel, which is the origional publication for it.

To be honest, the action scenes are what I feel probably makes that story as popular as it is. The 'romatic' part of the story is almost a cliche "Guy gets a harem" story, with a few minor tweaks. However, every few volumes there seems to be an incredible and well written fight scene that makes it up for those not so interested in the harem bit.


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