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 Post subject: Re: Webcomics that are GOOD and not CAD- er, bad
PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 12:06 pm 
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Everyone else has pretty much said all that I read.

Also, This sucks.

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Ugly Hill.

It's like Full House if Danny was always trying to eat people. But with monsters.

Paul and and the PvP guy (Scott Kurtz? I can't remember) have worked together kind of recently so if you have been reading for the past few months he's probably linked over to UH.

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Better Days! (note: this contains furries, but i'm willing to overlook that for the plot... also, some themes are NSFW, etc.)

I also like VG Cats (although the old ones were better, I agree), Perry Bible Fellowship, Cyanide and Happiness (sometimes), Toothpaste for Dinner, Dinosaur Comics, Questionable Content, etc...

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Planet Zebeth! - Great comic if you ask me. The author is extremely dedicated. It's going on a quasi hiatus as of now, though.

Last Days of Foxhound - This comic started out pretty bad, IMO, but it got better after the first 100 or so strips.

Pretty much everything else I've read has been mentioned.

And I can't be the only one who reads OOTS, am I?

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Horribleville. Almost flawless webcomic. The only time it's "meh" is when KC is feeling mopey but usually it's awesome. I suggest going through from the beginning.

Perry Bible Fellowship. It's just funny.

Dr. McNinja. 'Nuff said.

Slackerz was really really good at first but has kind of lost its edge since it became about the vidyas.

Hockey Zombie is great and Crun is a cool guy. His IRL-type comic, TnT is really good despite the fact I don't know anyone in it.

Fanboys is decent. The forum is really why I go there although it's kind of infested by furries. But they don't force it on you and the forum is so large you can easily avoid it. I wouldn't suggest it to a lot of people here though, since it's very different. But I digress.

I like Cyanide and Happiness for some reason.

I don't read Penny Arcade.

xkcd is awful. I could post that quote again if you like.

VGCats was good until Scott sold out. Now it's okay.

I've read some of Girly and it's pretty good. The size of the archive makes me want to kill myself, though.


I could have sworn we had a webcomics thread, though...

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I read Penny Arcade and 8-Bit Theater.

I also sort of follow VGCats, although now its sort of meh and the updates are infrequent.

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Fanboys, C&H, and xkcd hit and miss.

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I like Cyanide and Happiness for some reason.


It's not so much this that bothers me. But the fact that you can say that and THEN have the gall to say this:

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xkcd is awful. I could post that quote again if you like.


...is kind of funny to me.

ALSO Creased Comics is win.

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xkcd is awful. I could post that quote again if you like.


What, that one where someone says that math isn't an acceptable subject to make a comic about?

Although I don't read it anyway.

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No Need for Bushido, Girl Genius, Mutant Ninja Turtle Gaiden and Dr. McNinja are the only webcomics I read religiously.

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I love Bob the Angry Flower - their strip on "Schrödinger's Fridge" amused me almost to no end.

I also like xkcd.


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No Toppings wrote:
Acekirby wrote:
I like Cyanide and Happiness for some reason.

It's not so much this that bothers me. But the fact that you can say that and THEN have the gall to say this:

Acekirby wrote:
xkcd is awful. I could post that quote again if you like.

...is kind of funny to me.

It isn't funny. Sorry I don't enjoy someone discussing math theorums and his girlfriend all the time. Occasionally there's one I like (Zepplin) but other than that it's boring.

Also the phrase "have the gall to _____" is one of those phrases I can't stand because it screams "I'm better than you and you are an idiot".

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Acekirby wrote:
xkcd is awful. I could post that quote again if you like.


What, that one where someone says that math isn't an acceptable subject to make a comic about?

The one where the author of Hockey Zombie says it's pandering and just relies on math as some kind of meta-humor.

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I also forgot about two other comics that I've read in the past: Dinosaur Comics and Concerned. I found Concerned to be really great, but I only got into it about 20 strips before it finished.

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Also the phrase "have the gall to _____" is one of those phrases I can't stand because it screams "I'm better than you and you are an idiot".


:( I hate it when my intentions are ill-conveyed by my choice of words.

I was joking. Sorry if you didn't pick up on that.

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 Post subject: Re: Webcomics that are GOOD and not CAD- er, bad
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Ahhhh sorry. That's my bad. Sometimes I have a tough time with that. Especially with text. Tough to convey sarcasm, you see. ;)

Another good comic was Sinfest.

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Cyanide and Happiness for me is hit or miss, but since it's updated every day that's not as big of a problem.

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xkcd is brilliant in my opinion.

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Hey, is Dr. McNinnja not working for anyone else? I'm getting ye old Bandwidth Exceeded from thems.

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Horribleville is a big meaty slab of brilliance sandwiched in between two slices of pure win.

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Acekirby wrote:


I could have sworn we had a webcomics thread, though...


I think we had 2.

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Most of the comics I like have been linked already so I'll just list 'em...

8-Bit Theater of course, it's awesome xD I can't even remember how I found 8BT so long ago but I'm glad I did.
I found Perry Bible Fellowship while stumbling one day, also awesome.
A friend of mine showed me Better Days, and while the drawing is good, I dunno...it just couldn't hold my interest. :\
I like xkcd and Cyanide and Happiness, but they're both kinda hit-and-miss...
The same friend as before showed me Blue Crash Kit, and it was better before the wrath of God plagued the three people behind it and they had to get a guest artist, really. Also never updates.
Finally, I dunno how much this fits the definition of a webcomic, but Kawaii Not is entertaining. xD (warning: slightly borderline content)

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One of my recent favorites: Nobody Scores. Catastrophic misfortune befalling a handful of young adults has never been so hilarious. Great art too!

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You know, speaking of Anachronism, look closely at the table in Panel 6 of this one...

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Sinfest = awesome

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You know, speaking of Anachronism, look closely at the table in Panel 6 of this one...

That's awesome. I wish I was cool enough like you Ace to have my own action figure...

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