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Trigger Star 59 by kevinbolk Trigger Star 59 by kevinbolk
Read the rest of the original comic series here: [link]

See the rest of the recolored and "remastered" version here: [link]

The saga of The Last Mystical Legend of the Fantastic Fantasy Trigger Star continues...

BONUS DIRECTOR'S COMMENTARY

-I remember doing at least a hour's worth of research just for the jewish baseball players bit. I may not be a good writer, but at least I'm not a lazy one. :D

-The original comic, "old" minion was actually going to retire tomorrow. I changed it to "today" 'cuz the fact that he had hours before he was out makes it all the more tragic, thus high-larious!

The original comic was done November 21 2008. Words by Me. Inks by Sarah. Pencils & colors by Me
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Jackson93 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
LOL, until I read the last panel.
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Themutt81 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Isidore "Izzy" Goldstein (June 6, 1908 - September 24, 1993) was a 6'0" right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. Born in Odessa, Russian Empire, Goldstein played only one season in the major leagues, appearing in 16 games (6 as a starter and 10 in relief) for the Detroit Tigers in 1932. Goldstein posted mediocre numbers, having a 3-2 record and an ERA of 4.47 - slightly lower than the league average (for an Adjusted ERA+ of 105). Goldstein also proved to be a strong hitter for a pitcher, as he had 5 hits and 3 RBIs in 17 at bats for a .294 batting average and .353 slugging percentage. An article in the "Jewish Daily" in 2004 said the following about Goldstein: "For young Jews, however, baseball is more than statistics. Playing ball has been a conduit for blending into the American mainstream. A one-sentence summation of the life of Izzy Goldstein reflects the American-Jewish experience: He was born in 1908 in Odessa, pitched in 16 games for the 1932 Detroit Tigers and died in 1993 in Delray Beach, Fla." [1] Izzy Goldstein was 85 years old at the time of his death.
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Marindashy Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
I love page 2, he look awsome when he's looking down at the minion. =)
Poor minions :(
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avroillusion Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011
I always really liked this page. Those poor, adorable minions.
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magicia Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Student Photographer
Are the Minions apperances based off anything in particular? Whenever I see them, I get the distinct impression of a somewhat humanized Snifit. If they were that'd make me laugh, becuase then Licorice would have had to take them from Bowser, and we all know how much he hates to share. And knowing the way Licorice's mind works, I'd be willing to bet he'd give the old minion a just barely nonlethal blast as somehting to remember him by.

Also out of curiousity, what's that crown thing between their eyes? Is that Licorice's symbol or something?
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taipoh Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
haha red guy just raised the death flag :P
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TsawlaEltuTsamsiyu Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Student General Artist
THAT'S TERRIBLE! XD
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TsawlaEltuTsamsiyu Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Student General Artist
THAT'S TERRIBLE! XD
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Dolluan25 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
Workers compensation must be plentiful there.
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NooniePuuBunny Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
That DOES look like fun.
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