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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby aeki » Sat Mar 01, 2008 4:20 am UTC

Most of the comics I read with any degree of regularity have already been posted, but I didn't see Platinum Grit listed anywhere, so I thought I should throw that out there.

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Cryopyre » Tue May 27, 2008 3:36 am UTC

I started reading OotS first.

It went:
1. Order of the Stick
2. XKCD
3. Goblins Comic
4. Erfworld
5. Dinosaur Comics
6. Perry Bible Fellowship
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Guy_At_A_Keyboard » Tue May 27, 2008 9:18 pm UTC

Asterisk indicates that you should read the archives.

First, ones that other people have mentioned:
OoTS*
QC*
Girl Genius*
Goblins Comic*
Mac Hall/Three Panel Soul

Also:
Errant Story*--It's a fantasy webcomic with very good art (provided you don't mind that it's manga-esque) that manages to satirize fantasy cliches without being a complete parody. The comic's strongest suit is its dialogue, which seems to have been written by Diablo Cody's evil twin. A handful of pages are NSFW. It's on hiatus right now, but with filler in place of each update (so we know the writer's not dead).

Kagerou*--A fantasy comic about a schizophrenic. No, really. It's somewhat similar to Errant Story in its sensibility, though if ES's sense of humor can be characterized as "frequently outrageous," Kagerou's is downright ghoulish. Again, very clever dialogue. This is pretty NSFW, both because of occasional nudity and because of fairly gruesome violence. THE ART IMPROVES DRAMATICALLY AS THE COMICS GET MORE RECENT

Comissioned--Loosely autobiographical gag-a-day comic with a lot of (tabletop) gaming humor. Good for a laugh or two

Wondermark--It's basically Partially Clips with Victorian illustrations rather than clip art.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Sartorius » Tue May 27, 2008 9:30 pm UTC

I also read

Religiously:
asofterworld
Piled Higher and Deeper
Toothpaste for Dinner
Questionable Content (I agree with Guy that you really have to start from the beginning on this one)

Occasionally/when I remember about it:
Dr. McNinja
Perry Bible Fellowship
Cat and Girl
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Orange_Flamingo » Wed May 28, 2008 1:28 am UTC

A swift search of this thread (it's 2 in the morning and i should be in bed) reveals that no-one has mentioned Casey and Andy: i am displeased.
Sure it went on hiatus for 2 years and it's not really been the same since it came back but any comic with a mime-assassain in and attempts to escape parking tickets using the doppler effect has to earn a special place in your heart, doesn't it? :(

Also PBF occasionally and obviously xkcd semi-fanatically


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Postby pkuky » Thu May 29, 2008 10:08 pm UTC

in order of finding: 8bit theatre, oots, xkcd, qwantz, qc, smbc. qwantz is by far the best.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Dobblesworth » Thu May 29, 2008 10:17 pm UTC

My list of webcomic subscriptions
- Dark Legacy comics (WoW related) http://www.darklegacycomics.com/index.html
- Looking For Group (also WoW related and more commercially done) http://lfgcomic.com/
- Penny Arcade
- HandRooster (xkcd-like stickman webcomic, which is in no way affiliated with or copying off RM) http://www.handrooster.com/
- Moo & Keozen's webcomic http://www.mookeo.com/
- Exterminatus Now (what I would consider to be my most long-term following, even in front of xkcd; essentially this is a Warhammer 40k-esque sci-fi daemonhunting inquisition done with the creatures of Sonic the Hedgehog) http://exterminatusnow.comicgenesis.com/ (nowadays infrequently updated)
- GU Comics

Some previous ones I still read out of nostalgia
- Concerned (HL2) http://www.hlcomic.com/
- Flintlocke (WoW, because everyone loves "THA CHUCK-SHOT!") http://uk.pc.gamespy.com/articles/578/578734p1.html

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Ramses IV » Thu May 29, 2008 10:45 pm UTC

Webcomics are a huge part of the internet for me. I read a huge list of them, checking almost daily, and am always looking for more.



All these, and a couple more that I can't find right now, are all webcomics that I read.

EDIT:
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yup. that's my comics bookmarks folder.

Oh, and also, apparently you can Copy>Paste the content of entire folders from your bookmarks. Who knew.


God dammit! That would have been extremely useful to know several minutes ago.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby mrorange » Sat May 31, 2008 9:40 am UTC

least i could do
c&h
penny arcade
starslip crisis
looking for group
pvp
pbf
qc
buttercup festival
chainsaw suit (the cute/awesome spinoff comic by kris straub of starslip)
vg cats
used to read sluggy, got bored during the torg potter thing... mostly it doesnt have a feed

and the veritable xkcd

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby wing » Sat May 31, 2008 10:28 am UTC

I spent ALL OF TODAY reading Questionable Content.

... I am enlightened. My world has changed.
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Postby Ramses IV » Sat May 31, 2008 4:24 pm UTC

wing wrote:I spent ALL OF TODAY reading Questionable Content.

... I am enlightened. My world has changed.


:D Glad to have you on board the QC bandwagon.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Cornelius » Sat May 31, 2008 5:20 pm UTC

Ramses IV wrote:God dammit! That would have been extremely useful to know several minutes ago.


I think it only works for Firefox.

Also, QC is bitchin'.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Ramses IV » Sat May 31, 2008 6:46 pm UTC

Cornelius wrote:
Ramses IV wrote:God dammit! That would have been extremely useful to know several minutes ago.


I think it only works for Firefox.

Also, QC is bitchin'.


I'm sorry, I'm not aware of that particular piece of slang. Does that mean it's awesome, or that it's stupid?
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby cephalopod9 » Sun Jun 01, 2008 9:12 am UTC

aeki wrote:Most of the comics I read with any degree of regularity have already been posted, but I didn't see Platinum Grit listed anywhere, so I thought I should throw that out there.

Spiffy, I've been trying to remember how I got to that one. (...no, there is not a reason why I did not think to try platinumgrit.com . I do this all the time. )

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Steve » Sun Jun 01, 2008 12:27 pm UTC

Copper is probably my favorite, although it seems to not get updated anymore. Kibuishi is a phenomenal artist. QC, PA, PhD, PBF and of course XKCD round out the rest. If it has an acronym, its likely I like it.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Durinthal » Tue Jun 03, 2008 5:18 pm UTC

wing wrote:I spent ALL OF TODAY reading Questionable Content.

... I am enlightened. My world has changed.

I started on the archives a few days ago and finished this morning. It's great, except for the realization that I now have to wait for more.

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Postby CogDissident » Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:50 pm UTC

1: Tales of the Questor
2: Schlock Mercenary
3: Order of the Stick

Thats it for me, at the moment.

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Postby SecondTalon » Fri Jun 06, 2008 6:38 pm UTC

Steve wrote:Copper is probably my favorite...


.... I'd never heard of that one until now. I think I'm in love.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Rodan » Mon Jun 09, 2008 11:10 pm UTC

Well,

Xkcd
Order of the Stick
Questionable Content

...are the big three.
I've also read through the archives of PvP and Penny Arcade, and I'm working on Achewood & Head Trip.
Also, [url=lackadaisycats.com]Lackadaisy[/url] is awesome.
there's also plenty of other strips that I read or sometimes read, like Cyanide And Happiness, Full frontal Nerdity, or Dudley's Dungeon.

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Kimble » Tue Jun 10, 2008 8:38 pm UTC

Read at 00:00 every M/W/F: xkcd, Shortpacked!
Read ofen enough to bookmark: Cat and Girl
Nice in small amounts: Toothpaste for Dinner
Would've read religiously: Perry Bible Fellowship
Used to read way back when: Megatokyo
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Postby Rodan » Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:08 pm UTC

Oh! Also, various fora-based webcomics such as Moo & Keo, Grim Perspectives, and that one about whales.

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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Thadlerian » Fri Jun 13, 2008 6:53 pm UTC

At fixed intervals:
- Freefall - My browser's start page - nice, simple, few pictures. Prefer the grayscale original.
- Gunnerkrigg Court - The best.
- XKyouknowwhat
- Girl Genius
- Starslip Crisis
- Nature of Nature's Art - Great underdog comic, awesome art.
- Octopus Pie
- Xylia - High quality art, but not terribly excited about the story.

Several times a week (don't update as regularly):
- Order of the Stick
- Megatokyo
- Kate Beaton - Read the one about Tesla. And the one about Duchamp. And the one about Henry VIII. Heck, read all of it.
- Crimson Dark - Pioneer CGI Sci-Fi. Again, following this one more for the art than the script.

Occasionally:
- Rice Boy - This glorious comic has finished, but I'm still rereading the archives from time to time.
- Dresden Codak - Pity it updates so rarely.
- Lackadaisy
- Station V3 - Struggling to get through the vast archives. Strange and repetitive, but I guess that's part of the joke.
- Minus

No longer:
- Phoenix Requiem - Couldn't stand the character design.
- Questionable Content - Tried reading the archives, couldn't stand the dialogue.
- Alpha Shade - Started out interesting.
- Dominic Deegan
- The Book of Biff - Not what it used to be.
- Errant Story - A great webcomic, but the painfully tiny font really kills it.

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Postby existential_elevator » Sun Jun 15, 2008 4:07 pm UTC

One that I tend to forget to check, but is highly good is palindramas which is a collection of one shot strips, based around palindromes.

One that everyone should read is the long running political satire the Pain. If you don't believe me, go to the archive and check out "Science vs Norse Mythology".

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Postby Ramses IV » Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:18 am UTC

I've added more to my ever growing list of webcomics.

Sinfest

SCP

AFG

If anyone could tell me if AFG is still updating, that'd be great.

Also, I've stopped reading Wandering Ones.
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Postby Sartorius » Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:20 am UTC

Thanks to the Woman Thread (I don't remember who found it), I now read Girls with Slingshots.
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Postby Mercy » Wed Jun 18, 2008 5:54 pm UTC

Sworn fan of Sinfest, now XKCD and just to keep in step with the WoW community I read LFG and Dark Legacy.
Also, VG Cats sometimes has its moments, though rarely recently.
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Postby 22/7 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:31 pm UTC

Mercy wrote:Sworn fan of Sinfest, now XKCD and just to keep in step with the WoW community I read LFG and Dark Legacy.
Also, VG Cats sometimes has its moments, though rarely recently.

Seriously! What the hell happened?!?! CAD is starting to do the same thing, as far as I'm concerned. I used to enjoy their storylines, but they also used to employ humor. Ugh. I just need OotS and Penny Arcade to update like 10 times a week (each, mind you) so I don't have to go elsewhere for my entertainment.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Naurgul » Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:27 pm UTC

  • xkcd
  • Order of the Stick
  • Perry Bible Fellowship
  • Penny Arcade

I'm thinking I should revise my webcomics, though, especially dropping PA... I don't really enjoy it as much as I would want to. I'll read through this thread to see if there's any webcomic I haven't tried reading before.
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Postby Random832 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 9:13 pm UTC

Summary of this thread so far:
Spoiler:
28 xkcd
25 Perry Bible Fellowship
25 Penny Arcade
24 Questionable Content
20 Ctrl-Alt-Del
19 Dinosaur Comics
18 Order Of the Stick
16 Cyanide and Happiness
12 VG Cats
12 Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
12 A Softer World
11 Sinfest
9 White Ninja
9 Least I Could Do
9 Achewood
8 Diesel Sweeties
7 Toothpaste for Dinner
7 Something Positive
7 PhD: Piled Higher and Deeper
7 Megatokyo
7 Dr. McNinja
6 User Friendly
6 Starslip Crisis
6 Real Life
6 PvP Online
6 Married to the Sea
6 Boy on a Stick and Slither
6 8-Bit Theatre
5 Wondermark
5 Sluggy Freelance
5 Simulated Comic Product
5 Scary Go Round
5 Rice Boy
5 Queen of Wands
5 Girly
5 Friendly Hostility (formerly Boy meets Boy)
5 Dresden Codak
5 Cat and Girl
4 Wigu
4 Pictures for Sad Children
4 OverCompensating
4 Misfile
4 minus.
4 Looking For Group
4 Gone with the Blastwave
4 Girl Genius
4 Dilbert
4 Beaver And Steve
4 Animals Have Problems Too
4 A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible
3 Thinkin' Lincoln
3 Terror Island
3 Shortpacked!
3 Sexy Losers
3 Schlock Mercenary
3 Reality Machine
3 Punch an' Pie
3 Pokey the Penguin
3 PartiallyClips
3 Ozy and Millie
3 Mac Hall
3 Gunnerkrigg Court
3 Goblins Comic
3 Errant Story
3 Dominic Deegan
3 Crimson Dark
3 Buttercup Festival
3 Bunny
3 Action Figure Graveyard
2 Xylia
2 Unshelved
2 Three Panel Soul
2 The Book of Biff
2 Templar, Arizona
2 Spamusement
2 Slow Wave
2 Sam and Fuzzy
2 Red Meat
2 Platinum Grit
2 Perfect Stars
2 One over Zero
2 Octopus Pie
2 Nothing Nice to Say
2 No 4th Wall To Break
2 Monkey Law
2 Miscellanea (Wellington Grey)
2 Men In Hats
2 Lucid TV
2 Loserz
2 Lackadaisy
2 Killer Robots from Space
2 Indexed
2 Hyper Death Babies
2 Goats
2 Gigaville
2 Ghastly's ghastly comic
2 Filthy Lies
2 Fanboys
2 Everybody Loves Eric Raymond
2 Erfworld
2 El Goonish Shive
2 Edible Dirt
2 Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking
2 Dex Lives
2 Copper
2 Concerned
2 Chugworth academy
2 Butternut Squash
2 Awkward Zombie
2 Antihero For Hire
1 zoitz
1 Zebra Girl
1 Yourmometer
1 Yosh!
1 Wulffmorgenthaler
1 WTTF: Welcome to the Future
1 Wonderella
1 Wiki's Lessons in Life
1 Wendy
1 Weebl and Bob
1 Websnark
1 Wapsi Square
1 Walt Disney
1 Walking is still honest
1 w00tness
1 Unicorn Jelly
1 Undertow
1 ubersoft
1 twokinds
1 Two Lumps
1 Truck Bearing Kibble
1 Tiny Sepuku
1 This comic sucks
1 Thingpart
1 There's Always Porn
1 TheGreatHippo.com
1 The Weirdos
1 The Warehouse
1 The Phoenix Requiem
1 The Pain
1 The Mansion of E
1 The Gods of Arr-Kelaan
1 The Dreamland Chronicles
1 The Dreamer
1 The Devil's Panties
1 The Conversatron
1 The Adventures of Penis
1 That's My Sonic
1 Talking Moai
1 Tales of the Questor
1 Tailsteak
1 Superdickery (not really a webcomic)
1 Super mega
1 Stuff Sucks
1 Striptease
1 Storyboards
1 Stevie Might be a Bear Maybe
1 Station V3
1 Stark Reality
1 Sore Thumbs
1 Sorcery 101
1 Sock'd
1 snufflymonkey
1 Snakes on a plane
1 Snafu
1 sketch battle
1 Sheldon
1 Sequential Art
1 Scene Language
1 Scandal Sheet
1 Red vs. Blue (poster claimed there is a comic)
1 purple pussy
1 Punks and Nerds
1 press start to play
1 postcard press
1 Pixel
1 physics.istheshit.net (not a webcomic)
1 Pet Professional
1 Pearls Before Swine
1 pbf
1 Pathetic, Inc.
1 passfailstudios
1 Palindramas
1 Oh My Gods!
1 Nobody Scores!
1 Nine Planets Without Intelligent Life
1 Niego
1 Nedroid
1 Nazi High
1 Nature of Nature's Art
1 Natalie Dee
1 Narbonic
1 My Webcomic
1 my new filing/fighting technique is unstoppable
1 morning glory
1 Moo & Keo
1 mistakesofyouth.com/
1 Mindmistress
1 meatsandfishes.com/apology/index.php
1 mattbors.com/newstrip.html
1 Marry Me
1 majorgnome comic
1 Lulu Eightball
1 Little Gamers
1 Life's So Rad [, though the internet archives are no longer available.]
1 lickmyjesus
1 Leo Luigi's comic
1 Left & Right
1 Last Blood
1 Kristy vs the Zombie Army
1 Komplete Chaos
1 Kevin and Kell
1 Kate Beaton
1 Kagerou
1 Juvenile Drivel
1 Joe Mathlete Explains Today's Marmaduke In 500 Words or Less
1 Jaded Raver
1 Jaded
1 Isometric
1 Irregular Webcomic!
1 Inverloch
1 I Drew This
1 Horribleville
1 Hockey Zombie
1 Haiku Circus
1 Grim Perspectives
1 Graphite Playground
1 Graff
1 Girls with Slingshots
1 get your war on
1 General Protection Fault
1 Freefall
1 Frazz
1 Framed
1 Flipside
1 Flem
1 Fleep
1 Fishing for Orphans
1 Fish Food - ertyseidel.com
1 Fallen
1 F8d
1 Exploding Dog
1 Enpwnment
1 Edwitch
1 Dueling Analogs
1 Dry Ice Snowmen
1 Donation Derby
1 digital purgatory
1 death to the extremist
1 Daneman's Storyboards
1 Cutewendy
1 Crippling Depression
1 Commander Kitty
1 Comissioned
1 Comedity
1 College Roomies from Hell
1 Choadwarrior
1 Cheshire Crossing
1 Checkerboard Nightmare
1 chainsaw suit
1 Casey and Andy
1 Can't Draw Raptors
1 Buttersafe
1 Buck Godot
1 Breakfast of the Gods
1 BoxJam's Doodle
1 Boondocks
1 Bonobo Conspiracy
1 Bigger than Cheeses
1 Bidyke
1 Between Two Worlds
1 Better Days
1 Bee Power (Formerly 'Droop')
1 Bear and Kitten
1 Basic Instructions
1 bash.org (not a webcomic)
1 Badly Drawn Kitties
1 Arthur, King of Time and Space
1 Apple Geeks
1 Anywhere But Here
1 Another Halo Comic Strip
1 Alpha Release
1 allergic to umbrellas
1 Alien Loves Predator
1 Alas A blog
1 Adventures of Confessions of St. Augustine bear
1 Adventures of an Arbitrary Aardvark
1 Adventurers!
1 Absurd Notions
1 Absolutely Uniquerrific
1 Able and Baker
1 9th Elsewhere
1 8 : 1
1 5ideways
1 "That one with Joel and Damien and Beefsteak - I'll have to edit."
1 "stuff on Gomanga.com"
1 "most of the rest of Dayfree Press comics"
1 "anything done by Jennifer D. Reitz or Tailsteak."
1 "all four Double Fine comics"
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby SecondTalon » Thu Jun 19, 2008 1:01 am UTC

I re-found a comic I love, I just catch up on it every couple of months.

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Postby Jessica » Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:58 pm UTC

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Postby Ramses IV » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:09 pm UTC

Jessica wrote:I just started reading minus


Excellent! Through my suggestion, a search engine, or otter/duck?

Alos, I started reading Girls with Slingshots too, as Sartorious mentioned.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Jessica » Fri Jun 20, 2008 11:59 pm UTC

Random link on another forum.
Minus is awesome. So awesome.

I have also started reading girls with slingshots.

And Punch 'n Pie.
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Postby Ramses IV » Sun Jun 22, 2008 1:01 pm UTC

Jessica wrote:Random link on another forum.
Minus is awesome. So awesome.

I have also started reading girls with slingshots.

And Punch 'n Pie.


Indeed, she is. A great girl (Minus the Black, heh).

I've started reading this comic. It's delightful.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Jessica » Tue Jun 24, 2008 6:04 pm UTC

Dresden Kodak is awesome, but it doesn't update enough for me :(

I just started reading my name is might have been. It's pretty awesome.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Zohar » Wed Jun 25, 2008 6:57 am UTC

So many webcomics! I finished going through the Minus archives yesterday (thanks to you guys) and started on RiceBoy. I'll see about the other ones.

I'd really love to get my hands on a print of this comic's last panel.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Ramses IV » Thu Jun 26, 2008 5:18 pm UTC

Jessica wrote:Dresden Kodak is awesome, but it doesn't update enough for me :(

I just started reading [url="http://www.mighthavebeen.net/"]my name is might have been[/url]. It's pretty awesome.


When does it update, do you know? Randomly, or what?

EDIT: Reading Zombie Hunters now too.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby Jessica » Thu Jun 26, 2008 5:38 pm UTC

Dresden kodak updates when the person feels like it.
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Re: So what other webcomics do you kind folk read?

Postby sje46 » Fri Jul 25, 2008 5:56 am UTC

Cyanide and Happiness
White Ninja
Achewood(!!)
Simulated Comic Product
And Perry Bible Fellowship
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