Yenta: But then who did he sit on. Unknown: I think we all agree... that I appear in every scene... (cough). Yenta: Who are you. Bl4ckbird24: Who do you think enjoys getting sat on by dragons, dragon like creatures and anthro animals.
He meant that, since this is not a fetish story, he would not be actually be doing a fetish-related victory. (In other words, since a Yenta pncake would be too fetishy for this story, a Yenta pancake will not happen.)
Huh, I didn't even think of that! It's just a fighting story cliche, countering the enemy's testified power move or/and strength point.
And to be honest, he can't talk like that, Yenta (the small villain here? I don't follow this comic) is the only antagonist he has actually fought that isn't giant and fat in all 5 chapters. It's all been giant, fat enemies who get gut punched until they fall down with a crash.
In Mr. 's defense, you two have clashing ideals. He seeks to counter the furry's idea that all fat-furs are jolly, cuddly types that like to eat into oblivion. You seek to counter the televisor's stigma that any inflatable/fat character is automatically a bad guy who will be brought to his demise by its own traits (for example: popping).
one reason why i hate those animes sometimes... lightning speed, megastrenth, unbeatable ... it includes just all the things lying beyond reality and physics... i just dont get how somebody can be a fan of characters who are immortal^^ thats so boring... i would have liked, loved!, it to see him all flattened and crushed out^^ itīs a ful character with all his weaknesses and streghts that makes him/her symphatical! to see that he is also able to loose sometimes...
i feel so sorry for this dragon and all of the dragons/dinos in the dragonball/anime universe who get cut, sliced,thrown in the universe, exploded, broke their bones, mangled, etc. for reasons like above! much love for this dragon!^^ i wish he would have born somewhere where those immortal-boring-bugs dont exist^^
btw you have drawn that very quickly as i checked your other pic a few hours ago!
hey! im not mad!^^ i have just given my oppinion to modern anime not about you and what you are drawing!! its actually very nicely drawn but it sadly supports such cliches, in fact im very interested in your own oppinion!^^
animes created so much idiotic stereotypes (in general, not yours) like taking the japanese Katana as the best and sharpest sword ever made which is simply wrong if you check the history and compare it to eg. original european swords and sabers (eg. a machete) which can be as sharp as a nihonto and are much more flexible in their usage according to the fact that nihontos were not made for a war because they wouldnīt have survived 10 seconds of a fight because they are that much sensitive. its allways funny to hear things like they can cut steel etc. which isnt possible according to the physics.
By that, I mean that he doesn't lose, ever. And also, I'm losing count how many times someone in your story beats someone by hitting them in the gut.
Guts don't even work that way. The blow wouldn't hurt that much or at all. Being so big and muscled, the blow damage should be little to none. That's when relaxed! If they were prepared for it, the gut would be the worst place to hit!
It's true though. I've seen it in many of the pages. It's how they win every time.
If the story goes: new bad guys and heroes win same way every time wash rinse repeat, then it's gonna get boring really quick. Heck, he did get beat up pretty bad to a point that he shouldn't of been able to dodge the slam with no effort and then he wins same way. As much as I like to read them, it's getting a bit dull in that regard. There's no challenge. The heroes never lose and come back to win. They don't have that sense of development of getting stronger to overcome challenges. They just beat everything in their path.