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Original Tumblr Post: Livio Tripping
From last week, jumping on the Livio train. The moment this idiot (affectionate) tripped over his legs, I knew I was doomed to like him.
It was jarring on my first read, the tonal shift was pretty dramatic considering how intense the fight was. The most important part though is what’s coming, it helps establish hope that Livio is already trying really hard to be a good guy. (I think the trope term is Heel-Face Turn.)
I’ve seen this type of comedic relief be edited out, sometimes rightfully so. This style of comedy is a very Nightow thing to do, I’m happy his editors trusted him to keep it in because now it’s etched into my memory forever. Livio is falling into his new life face first.
#I know it’s not Razlo but there’s a joke about the Trip of Death tripping here somewhere #i deserved to be booed out of the tag for that :’D