The Minimalistic Tales: Ace Attorney

The Minimalistic Tales: Ace Attorney

by Nirvana star
A comic where I retell stories of video games using EXTREMELY simple sprites.

I'm more focused on the story than the quality of the pages, and while I don't aim to make the pages downright ugly, I will cut corners here and there.


This specific comic is about The Ace Attorney series. I also have Minimalistic tales about
- The legend of Zelda
- The Super Mario series
- And the Pokémon Anime
On seperate comics.
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The Minimalistic Tales: Ace Attorney

A comic where I retell stories of video games using EXTREMELY simple sprites.

I'm more focused on the story than the quality of the pages, and while I don't aim to make the pages downright ugly, I will cut corners here and there.


This specific comic is about The Ace Attorney series. I also have Minimalistic tales about
- The legend of Zelda
- The Super Mario series
- And the Pokémon Anime
On seperate comics.

Recent Comments

@Shadow_Da_Hedgie:
Um, that's exactly what Phoenix says on the logical deduction panel.
Also logical deduction: If either of them is gonna help, it'll be the picture of the guy, since it was stated that Miss May checked in with a guy rather than a girl.
It's always bugged me that they show the player who the killer is in the beginning, but I guess it does help with the case a bit since you know he's guilty.
@Nirvana star: It always bothers me when Phoenix does this law braking actions and then in a later game (S P O I L E R S) from a minimal thing in comparison.
Introducing the comic's fouth counter, the Lawyer Larceny counter!
Because the protagonists just break the law left and right.

So you might notice the LL counter is at 2 on its introductory page. I've already missed one, the wiretap, so I had to retroactively add the counter to this page:
http://minimalisticwright.smackjeeves.com/comics/2265156/turnabout-sisters-part-3 0/

And yes, I did play this particular game on the Wii.
@Nashew: Really? I prefer Aporllo Justike
WAIT!!! WHAT!?!?!?
@Nirvana star: There's...
An...
ANIME?!
HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS?!
TIME TO WATCH APRIL MAY'S "PERSONALITY" ON REPEAT FOR AN HOUR
The only part fat about her...
IS THAT "Personality" that she keeps shaking about.
Definitely true of the first three games. Still haven't played past those.
Long live the queen, I suppose...
8 games later, and April May might still hold the title of least cooperative non-culprit of the series.
@Shadow_Da_Hedgie:
In 6-2, it's clearly implied that <father> would have defended <his daughter> if he could.

Conflict of interest is en entirely moot point in the Ace Attorney universe.
I was going to point out that he hasn't actually won every trial he's had because [SPOILERS]... but luckily, they only mention him not having lost a trial before.
Would Mia be allowed to represent Maya? They're related after all.
Looks like the time when Mr Sahwit struck Ms Stone dead was...
*puts on sunglasses*
DEAD wrong.
@Luigi_96: Y'mean Edgeworth? Because that's technically the last prosecutor you face in the first game.

Nah, I know who you mean though. I think they just wanted him to sound intimidating.
IIRC at one point in the series, Phoenix or one of the other lawyers wondered if the guard was even awake.
You can't be alive if you're part of the background.
Smooth, Phoenix.
Smooth.
In the game, that last question was phrased "how did you get to be so totally whacked!?"

I thought that sounded stupid, so I made it a bit more eloquent.