The video was made in 1992, displaying the animation of how the gameplay and the comic book elements would blend in. Inside the comic book, Sketch meets General Alissa Cyan, who believes he is a superhero ("the chosen one") who has come to save their post-apocalyptic world from the evil of Mortus and the alien invaders. Immediately kick and punch or throw a grenade to destroy the … It's just that I'm an avid piano player that I've been able to find what I'm playing on guitar. We can discuss the details. He also carries his namesake weapon and uses them to fire blasts or to hook onto bars. One night, while Sketch is working on Comix Zone during a thunderstorm, lightning strikes his comic. Kung-Fung sinks into the water and comes apart. Sprites and backgrounds possess the bright colors and dynamic drawing style favored by superhero comics. | Submitted by DayleJ. September 2020 von Paul Kautz. Comix Zone was widely criticized for being released too late and for being too hard and short, but it was positively received, and praised for its great game-play, graphics, and soundtrack. The game was originally from a concept video animated by Peter Morawiec titled "Joe Pencil Trapped In The Comix Zone". Once torn, Sketch will make a paper plane out of the torn background and launch it at the enemies and objects in front of him. In the "good" ending, which is triggered by defeating Mortus and freeing Alissa in time, shows Sketch and Alissa leaving Comix Zone. Die „Joe Pencil“-Demo findest du zum Beispiel hier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=El55LRmqSOE. Sketch is capable of tearing shreds out of the backdrop and folding them into paper planes to throw at enemies as a weapon. This is my second ever rock production that I've done ever. … sehr gut! The Elder Scrolls metaphysics & philosophy, Trapped in a Comic (Izuku Midoriya vs Mortus), https://vsbattles.fandom.com/wiki/Comix_Zone?oldid=6496956. By holding down the attack button, Sketch will start tearing at the background (which uses life). When confronted with an unbreakable frame barrier, the hero merely swings himself out of the frame, over the top of the border, and back down into the next scene. is a 1995 arcade-style action game. The verse also contains minor Reality Warping feats with its protagonist and antagonist, Sketch Turner and Mortus respectively. The Comix Zone book is on fire...we don't need no water let the...well, you know the rest! Es ist nur eine Frage der Gewöhnung. Sprites and backgrounds possess the bright colors and dynamic drawing style favored by superhero comics. The dialogue is rendered within talk bubbles with the typical comic font. Each level consists of two "pages" and secrets are discovered by shredding the "paper" and revealing items. It is a modest success, becoming a hit Genesis game. Framed: Danke für den Tipp! Comix Zone (コミックスゾーン, Komikkusu Zōn?) The motif of the game is that it is set within the panels of a comic book with dialogue shown within speech bubbles and sprites and backgrounds possessing the aesthetic and drawing style favored by popular American superhero comics. Du hattest Recht! Yeah, he canonically has burned parts of the comic before. The game's most remarkable feature is that it is set within the "panels" of a comic book. Oder schau mal bitte sicherheitshalber im Handschuhfach nach. Supporters/Opponents/Neutral Supporters In the hopes of avenging her slain offspring, she vows to get rid of her foe. In Comix Zone, "Each level consists of two "pages" and secrets are discovered by shredding the "paper" and revealing items." ©Copyright 1995-2020 Newgrounds, Inc. All rights reserved. Erfahre mehr darüber, wie deine Kommentardaten verarbeitet werden. The original was ok, but I wasn't much of a fan of it. Button C on a 6-button gamepad is used for a custom action, blocking by default - on a 3-button gamepad, Sketch blocks automatically. The unique dialogue is rendered within talk bubbles with the typical comic font. Comix Zone (コミックスゾーン|Komikkusu Zōn) is a 2D action game released in 1995. The game's most remarkable feature is that it is set within the "panels" of a comic book. After hurling his creator, Sketch, into the book, Mortus picks up a pen and draws in enemies with it, hoping to kill Sketch so that he can become real. He becomes the final boss when Sketch discovers his plan to launch a nuke upon the New World Empire. This fire-breathing reptile will also chomp at her enemy. It is up to Sketch to stop Mortus' evil plans and find a way out of the Comix Zone. Comix Zone is a decently powered verse, with the lower tiers being around Street level to Wall level, while the strongest in the verse range from Building level to City Block level.