Tri Force Weeaboos (Or TFW for short) is a comic series created by PKMNthehedgehog2.5. The comic is short, 8 panel sketches (Though this may vary) of the four Links from The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords partaking in various random activity.
Comic 1: The Quarter EditThe first comic features the four Links facing Vaati the Wind Mage, who has captured Princess Zelda.
But instead of trying to save Zelda, the quartet are instead bickering about a quarter they lost.
- The change in quality after the first two panels was due to the designer being informed of the transparent tool midway through. Instead of going back and fixing it, he thought it would be humorous to feature this as a brief mention in the comic itself
Comic 2: This Is ItEditThe second comic takes a turn for the bizarre as Michael Jackson performs a concert featuring Purple Link, Red Link, and Blue Link. He then takes them each on as Purple Link flees.
- This is notably the first comic without Green Link.
- The title is a reference to the Michael Jackson song of the same name.
- This is the first multi part comic.
- "Warrior's three" is a reference to the Marvel comic's group of the same name.
- "Biscuits and bail bonds" is an actual place in Canton, Georgia.
- This is the first comic to feature Red Link in a speaking role.
- The spotlight sprites were already colored blue, red, and purple, and their coloration is actually the reason why those three Links appear without Green Link. Green Link was supposed to appear towards the end, but the story started to become too long and he was pushed to the second part instead.
- This is the first comic to have any major edits done to the links besides merely putting the sprite onto the comic, as in certain scenes Red Link and Purple Link's heads are swapped for a different expression to show a difference in emotion.
Comic 3: Billy Jean is Not My LoverEditVaati returns and he's been disguising himself as Michael Jackson. The plot thickens as Green and Purple Link are the last Links left.
- The title is a reference to the misheard lyrics of Rock My World.
- First comic to technically feature neither Red or Blue Link.
- This is the first comic to have less than 8 panels, using only 7.
- First appearance of Vaati in his Minish form.
- Red Link was turned into a Michael Jackson off screen, and is the red Jackson standing in front.
- Vaati's text bubble is different than in the first comic.
Comic 4: As Easy as 1-2-3EditThe Links confront Vaati after an off screen scuffle, in which Red and Blue Link were returned back into their normal selves, and attempt to finish the fight before a fourth part becomes needed.
- The title is a reference to another Michael Jackson song, despite Jackson not appearing in this chapter in any way.
- First comic to feature all four links in a speaking role.
- The ending is a vague reference to Chicken Little in terms of what Red Link asks the others to leave for him, although it is slightly different.
- While the comic prior is the first to have less than 8 panels, this is the first to feature more than 8 panels, with 9.
- Red Link's text bubble is different than in the second comic.
Comic 5: BangarangEdit
A short sketch about Blue Link throwing a boomerang and it hitting Green Link. Riveting stuff.
- The title is a reference to a song by Skrillex.
- First comic to not feature Purple Link, and the first to not feature Red Link in any way.
- Lowest number of panels so far, with only four.
JUST. DO IT! DON'T LET YOUR LINKS BE DREAMS!EditYESTERDAY YOU SAID TODAY, TODAY YOU SAID TOMORROW, SO JUST. DO IT!!!!!!!!!!
Comic 7: Swag LinkEditSwag Link tells bee stories.
- First appearance of Swag Link, who has previously appeared in the TFW logo for nearly every comic via retcon.
- Has two logos for some reason.