All Right, Gentlemen! About All Right, Gentlemen!
(also known as “Alright Gentlemen”) is an exploitable comic series illustrating three business men’s reaction to various proposals. Boardroom Suggestion. About Boardroom Suggestion is an exploitable comic series satirizing the perception gap between what consumers want and what corporate executives think they want, in similar vein of Corporate Logic and All Right, Gentlemen comics.
Brazzers. About Brazzers, not to be confused with the eponymous adult entertainment production company, is a photoshop meme that involves superimposing the logo of the porn site over a group photo depicting two or more subjects to make it seem as if the image had been screen-captured from an adult film.
Origin The earliest known instance of Brazzers-superimposed image was posted to FunnyJunk on July 4th, 2011, featuring a photograph of the cast from the Nickelodeon sitcom iCarly. The post was well-received by other users on the site, accumulating more than 50,000 views, 2,400 up votes and 510 comments. Spread. Brushie Brushie Brushie. About Brushie Brushie Brushie is a photoshop meme in which a hand with a toothbrush is superimposed on images, giving the illusion that the subject depicted in the photo is being brushed.
Origin The original photo of the gray bat being brushed with a toothbrush was shared on Facebook in an album titled “Baby Bats” by Australian Mandi Griffith on January 28th, 2008. Chubby Bubbles Girl. About Chubby Bubbles Girl is a photoshop meme based on a photograph of a girl running through a yard with a bubble maker in her hand.
This exploitable series is similar in form to Disaster Girl, Crasher Squirrel and Thundersnow Ice Cream Cone Guy. Origin The identities of the girl in the photo and the photographer still remain unknown, but the original image first appeared online via imageboard community 4chan in a /b/ (random) thread posted on August 22nd, 2009. On 4chan, images containing an exploitable cutout of the girl have been also referred to as “Bubbles Girl” or simply “Chubbles.” CSI 4 Pane Comics. About The CSI 4-panes are a series of exploitable comics centered around Lt.
Horatio Caine (played by David Caruso), the protagonist character in the popular police procedural show Crime Scene Investigation: Miami. The comics typically begin with Lt. Caine describing a particular situation before putting on or removing his sunglasses, followed by a one-liner uttered in a dramatic manner. Origin. Dark Knight 4 Pane. About Dark Knight 4-Pane Comics are an exploitable image macro series featuring Batman and the Joker.
The conversation revolves around anything from Batman related one-liners to references to other memes. The setup is similar to other 4-panes like CSI 4 Pane Comics or The Rock Driving. Fsjal. About Fsjal is a series of MS paint-style artworks centered around a cartoon character originally depicting The Legend of Zelda’s Link with his arms bent in anticipation and his eyes pointing up in eagerness.
Since its viral takeoff on 4chan in July 2009, the drawing fad has spawned thousands of user-generated character sprites. Origin This character was created by artist Brian Lee, known for his comic “The Adventures of Left and Right.” On March 27th, 2008, Lee posted a comic titled “BROTERSTORY” to his deviantArt account, noting that now-deactivated dA user appletrees requested a Super Smash Brothers inspired comic for a zine to be distributed at Seattle anime convention SakuraCon. Reaction Guys / Gaijin 4Koma. About Gaijin 4koma (Japanese: 外人四こま, “4-frame foreigners”) is a series of four-paned comics based on two photographs of IGN reporters reacting to Nintendo’s announcement of new titles at the E3 conference in 2003 and 2004 respectively.
The multi-pane set up is typically used to express one’s disappointment and excitement over two separate things, in similar vein to the “at first I was like X, but then I was like Y” snowclone. Origin The photograph of four IGN reporters (Matt Casamassina, Craig Harris, Chadd Chamers, Peer Schneider) looking rather disinterested was originally taken during Nintendo’s conference at E3 2003 Expo, where Nintendo’s CEO introduced “Pacman vs.” for GameCube. The photograph of the same men looking excited was taken one year later during Nintendo’s conference at E3 2004 Expo, where they announced the release of a new Zelda title. Running Dad. About Running Dad is an exploitable series based on a Belgian webcomic depicting a father jumping through the window and running far into the distance.
Since crossing over to 4chan and Reddit, the comic has inspired a series of parodies in which the dad runs away from his son in utter dismay, similar to other aversive reaction memes like nope and abandon thread. Origin The original comic was illustrated by Belgian cartoonist Jeroom Snelders and first shared online on the Facebook page for his webcomic Jeroom, which is known for its dark and deadpan humor, on June 19th, 2012. The comic shows a young boy asking his father about the female reproductive anatomy, which prompts the father to undergo an anxiety breakdown and run away from the situation by jumping through the window. Son, I am disappoint. About Son, I am disappoint is a series of exploitable comics illustrating uneasy or disconnected dialogues between a son and a father.
It is similar in nature to What’s All This Racket, Son, although the phrase is used to express disappointment in someone’s actions or words, rather than irritation. The phrase “I am disappoint” itself has gained much more popularity than the original comic. Origin and Spread. Staredad. Tenso. About Tenso is a series of multi-pane images that place emphasis on an unusual or odd facial expression in a given photograph for comedic effect. Each image usually consists of several frames of a photograph that progressively zoom in on a targeted area. Sometimes, the final close-up pane reveals something that is hardly visible in full-dimension, creating an effect of surprise, similar to the when you see it, you’ll shit bricks meme. Origin. That Changes Everything. About That Changes Everything is an exploitable comic in which a man is shown holding a young girl which is often edited with custom speech bubbles altering the dialogue between the two characters.
Origin The original comic was posted on the website for the Belgian magazine Humo on October 20th, 2011. The Rock Driving. About The Rock Driving is a multi-pane exploitable comic series based on several screen captured images from the 2009 family adventure film Race To The Witch Mountain. The comics usually begin with the film’s protagonist Jack asking Sara a question while driving, to which she responds with a shocking revelation that makes Johnson turn his head with a startled facial expression. Origin On July 29th, 2009, Newgrounds Forum member MetalStar submitted a three-pane comic template image featuring screen captures from The Race to Witch Mountain in a new thread.
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