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Captain Snes

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Genre: Gaming
Date Added: 13 September 2004
Last Update: 11 January 2010
URL: www.captainsnes.com/
Archive URL: www.captainsnes.com/autoarchiv...
Current Comic Ranking: 4198/23093
Views This Month: 386   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 74   (More...)
Favourite of: 66 members
Status: Not Checked For Updates (?)

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Synopsis:
A man from the real world gets sucked into the world of video games in this spiritual sequel to Captain N.
(Warning, M rating.)

Current synopsis by: wutasumi
Current image by: wutasumi


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bob&mike  
The beautiful thing about treasure is that it exists. It exists to be found. How beautiful it is to find treasure. Where is the treasure, that when found, leaves one eternally happy? I think we all know it exists. Some say it is inside us inside us one and all. That would be strange. It would be so near. Then why is it so hard to find, and so difficult to attain?
jayngfet 4/5
it'd get a 5 but there's big gaps between story pages, and wheres magus and mario
zdviscou 5/5
Keep up the great artwork!
wutasumi 5/5
I'm with GJ, this is one of the best sprite comics I have ever seen, heck, this is one of the best COMICS ever. The only problems I have with it have nothing to do with the comic itself. (The author can never keep his updating schedule.)

I'd also like to add that Mark Morre probably is "special." He used to work on the horrible N-Fans Comic, and is probably just mad someone else used Captain N, and did it MUCH better then he did. Oh, and by "Fan Fiction reader," he must be refering to his Captain N Yuri. Or maybe he wants to throw in webcomics as fanfiction, which is just odd.
drachefly 4/5
If you have a hard time caring about the main character because he's not made by a corporation, you need your head screwed on better. The main reason not to care about the main character is that he's the author avatar, and the author never freaking updates!

The plot is insanely intricate and subtle, which may be a turnoff to the less subtle tastes of readers of, say, Bob and George (which is a fine webcomic in its own way). This plot would take a long time to unfold even if the update schedule were regular and he stuck with the plot threads for a reasonably extended period instead of building them and then letting them dangle for years at a time. At this rate, I can't foresee the plot catching up to the point of the 'in medias res' jail scene for several years.

On the other hand, the webcomic list's favorites list is a great tool for mitigating the annoyance of an artist's irregular update habits, and when he DOES update, it's really worth checking it out.
Mark Moore 2/5
"Captain SNES" is a fairly entertaining webcomic. However, it's difficult to care about it much, because its main character is a fan creation, rather than an already-existing commercial character. Most fan fiction readers, I have learned, don't care in the slightest about new characters that don't exist in the original canon.
Grandmaster Jogurt 5/5
The best sprite comic I've ever seen. Deep, engrosing plot, strong humor, and lovable characters. Use of sprites fits the theme and works well. Warning: updates occasionally inconsistent. Very strong recommendation.

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