never big enough
4 panel comicinstead (How can a 4 panel comic not be short?) even though, according to implications, 4koma is actually a subcategory of them.
what is the point of tagging comics with 4 panels just because they have 4 panels? Why would you search for that? Why not tag 2 panels, or 6? 4koma exists as a format, like the difference between comics and manga. comics with 4 panels are not following any convention, they just have 4.
Move the comics to comics and alias “4 panels” so people can find 4koma, or delete it entirely because 4koma are koma and 4 panneled comics are comics. But just look at the tags, they’re completely mixed together.
4 panel comic, making it a subset. If you want 4komas you search
4koma, if you want any kind you search
4 panel comic, if you want non-4komas you search
4 panel comic, -4koma
If anything: when you don’t remember anything useful other than the count of panels. That’s 1 of the purposes of keywords.
(How can a 4 panel comic not be short?) even though, according to implications, 4koma is actually a subcategory of them.
That’s “short” as in “one-offs/gag comics” as opposed to “continuing storyline where each installment happens to have 4 panels”, I guess. Could be better-described.
orgywould pretty much cover that.
I don’t know if there is any established policy.
Traditionally, yonkoma follow a structure known as kishōtenketsu. This word is a compound formed from the following Japanese kanji characters:Ki (起): The first panel forms the basis of the story; it sets the scene.
Shō (承): The second panel develops upon the foundation of the story laid down in the first panel.
Ten (転): The third panel is the climax, in which an unforeseen development occurs.
Ketsu (結): The fourth panel is the conclusion, in which the effects of the third panel are seen.
orgywould be correct for most/all images like this, but not specific for exactly this scenario. I personally think it’s distinct enough to get its own tag.
equal opportunity lewd?
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