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Templar Arizona

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Genre: Quirky
Date Added: 27 August 2005
Last Update: 1 October 2011
URL: templaraz.com
Archive URL: templaraz.com/chapter_guide
Current Comic Ranking: 1648/22953
Views This Month: 494   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 137   (More...)
Favourite of: 142 members
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Synopsis:
...it's about a guy named Ben. And Ben, he lives in Templar, which doesn't exist, and which is in Arizona, but not the Arizona you're probably thinking of. This is a slightly irregular Arizona that fell off the back of a truck somewhere, and now all the power outlets are a weird shape and a couple of wars never happened.

Templar isn't a Gotham or a Metropolis. It's not a stand-in for a real town, and I'm pretty sure the spot on the map where I tend to place it is really a national park. So it's pretty much something unto itself. Something strange.



Current synopsis by: kismetropolis
Current image by: Jardel


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Hmpf 5/5
Templar Arizona: dust storms. Clay bars. Fried cavy to go.

It's hard to say what's more fascinating in this comic, the characters who seem so alive you expect them to jump out of the computer screen, and who are all deeply weird, or the city they live in (which is also deeply weird). Templar is a comic in which, most of the time, not a lot is happening - you're just watching the everyday life of a bunch of strange people in a strange place. But that's enough, really, because both the people and the place are so intriguing.

Plus, Spike's extremely expressive artwork is great to look at.

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