comic

Evolution of war

Historical context
Cyberwarfare

Ah, the evolution of warfare. So little has changed, yet so much.

There are three 'nations' in this comic that are represented by symbols I have found in Paradox Interactive's games, Europa Universalis III and Europa Universalis: Rome. The reason for this is due to the fact that these 'nations' didn't have flags or banners common to other countries.

They did have symbols however, and I assume that these symbols in these games have had a hefty research, so I am confident they are good enough. In case you are wondering, Rome defeats Gaul, while Carthage blocks his move. Further down, it is the Aztecs that Spain meets.

Some other notes; some would probably notice that Spain has a counterpart in 'India' that has a similar looking flag. This is because I wanted to get Netherlands in on it (as they were a significant coloniser), but at the time they were part of Spain. Crazy, I know. Also I shoved in Russia, because I accidentally drew an additional guy.

Comments:

I love how north korea and south korea are puppets...

By Fasces349 on 20-05-2011 16:23:23

well didn't the romans crush carthage before Julius invaded gaul? But the romans conquered cisalpine gaul a long time before that, so I guess you're right

By Hyddan92 on 05-09-2011 20:50:34

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