‘600’ comics and a figure of speech

Slightly involved question. Put appropriate fundae.

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The comic for the day was actually strip 1.

strip_1

strip_1

Some fanboys took note.

Soon, it became strip 2.

strip_2

strip_2

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Indicomic

Question 3. [webcomics theme-week ]

There are quite a few good indian webcomics in the tubes.

1. [chuckle, giggle] 🙂

Whatz the subject of this strip?

indicom

indicom

2.
This webcomic X is about the life and times of this N.R.I artist Y, ( the one with the goatee ). The other comic he’s posing for in this strip ( the character drawn behind him) ,  is one of the earliest geeky comics on the net – Z.

Z is what he is most famous for.

Name the artist, this comic, and the other comic.
[ click on the image for a larger version]

nri_comic

nri_comic

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2 – Went Uncracked. yay

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p\^/nage

And the 2nd qstn in the webcomics theme-week.

X is a webcomic giant.

x_comics

x_comics

Y is a music phenom, who has a dedicated following owing to the subject matter of his lyrics, which should be kinda obvious if you see his pic.

y_rapper

y_rapper

An entire subgenre of rap/hiphop has been assigned to this kind of music. Let’s call it Z.

Y’s hitsong put below is tributed to X, and also happens to be its theme song.

[blip.tv ?posts_id=2759538&dest=-1]

Give me X, Y and Z?

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And the difference would be a movie

And the final question from the theme week. A sitter, I think. [ late night question, excuse the grammar]

Composer A made a very popular tune B to remember the fact that his nation’s troops defended against the warring forces.

composer

composer

Image © Corbis

Band, C , released a monstrous song D, which is a tribute of sorts to B, because of its name, and a section of the guitaring being similar to B.

band

band

Oh, I’ve started, so I’ll finish.
There is the audio as well. Help yourselves. [reduce the volume a few notches]
B
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2576404&dest=-1]
D
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2576414&dest=-1]

A?B?C?D?

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Kill the Wuppet! Kill the Wuppet!

The 3rd question in the Weshtran Claashical Muzik and Operaa Theme week

A is/was a  famous classical music composer at some really famous Philharmonics.

new_composer

new_composer

[ photo credits: Jack. If you see this, Thanks for an awesome pic and Sorry for lifting it off your site]

B is a much older creature. The maker of many a musical dramas, he’s particularly known for a certain ring, and a particularly ominous/climactic ride.

old_composer

old_composer

C is a famous jewish character from one of B’s librettos    ( The title of the play features a town, rather infamous in the Natzi scheme of affairs ).

The ideal personification of a pedantic critic, is C.

So, if you mix A and C in equal proportions, you’d end up with the fictional character D, who apparently didn’t die of an current shock once, because he was such a poor conductor 🙂

muffled_puppet

muffled_puppet

If you give me A, B, C and D , I’ll assume that you know the libretto’s name.

Fair deal, eh?

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