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 Post Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:49 pm 
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As the title says, do you guys have any favorite webcomics? A couple of my favorites are the infamous VG Cats, and a comic that goes by the name Mistakes of Youth.

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Zap! is one of my favorites. Read the first few pages and I think a fair number of Gundam fans will be hooked on this space adventure as well.

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In true nerd form, Penny-arcade and vgcats.

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Ohhhhh, let's see...

Cyanide and Happiness, for the sick, black, shriveled lump of carbon that used to be my heart. (I would not advise clicking on that link if you're at work, though--the boss might be upset about AIDS jokes and stuff)

Hazard Pay, a brief comic whose plot I'm not altogether sure of, but it's full of violence and that satisfies my hateful self.

I Drew This, which is mostly about Bush-bashing and oh noes polyticks.

Least I Could Do, the epic story about a guy called Rayne and occasionally a supporting cast, is always amusing.

[url=http://www.marilith.com[/url]Marilith[/url], all about an assassin who's trying to retire from the business and it's not going to well. Updates are sporadic, but worth it.

[url=http://www.smbc.net[/url]Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal[/url], for a double dose of misanthropy.

[url=http://www.shortpacked.net[/url]Shortpacked![/url], for jokes about Transformers and stuff, which I usually don't get. Also, Batman!

[url=http://www.sinfest.net[/url]Sinfest[/url], full of funny jokes and God and sex and stuff.

And the Perry Bible Fellowship, for a triple dose of misanthropy. (Another comic best read at home)

There's quite a few others, but those are my favorites. Zap! is another fine read.


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I highly recommend Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal!! The guy is a comedic genius!!

Shadow's link doesn't seem to work

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There's also Alpha-Shade. I have next to no idea of what's going on in it, but it has explosions and stuff and the art is pretty enough to keep me coming back anyway.

And, of course, there's Comedity, which features a penguin and the most awesome computer in the universe.


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Only web comic that I'm following devoutly is Penny Arcade. Great art, great humour and well written.


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Only one I use to go on alot was VG Cats.

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The Adventures of Dr. McNinja made of pure win.

Oh and white ninja comics is funny as hell too.


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Liking VG cats at the moment too

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ones that i have seen are Explosm/Cyanide and happiness

White ninja comics

John and john

and i've heard some good things about little gamers

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There are only two webcomics I read regularly:

Twisted Kaiju Theatre: Updates Mondays and Fridays, usually a minor update on Wednesdays

Bob and George: Updates daily

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8 Bit Theatre, Planet Zebeth, VG Cats, and Userfriendly are all favorites. I Drew This is also a personal favorite of mine.

For those who may not know, Planet Zebeth is based off of the first Metroid game.

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http://www.blastwavecomic.com


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Irregular Webcomic

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Legostar Gallactica

These two drive me nuts all the time. :D [/url]


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I can't believe I forgot about that one. Very nice.

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Girl Genius -- a steampunk comic set in an alternate reality Europe where mad scientists took over the world during the Industrial Revolution.
The Adventures of Dr. McNinja -- A comic about a doctor who is also a ninja.
Kiwis By Beat! -- actually a site that covers several comics, all of which are various levels of awesome. I'm particularly fond of Minus -- a rather surrealistic comic about a little girl with some very interesting powers.
Templar, Arizona -- Another rather odd comic set in a fictional town in an alternate-reality Arizona. Warning on this one: lots of bad language and such, so if that's not your thing then you'll want to steer clear.
A Miracle of Science -- A scifi comic involving mad science as a legitimately recognized psychological disorder, a planetary scale hive mind, and a detective story. The story is complete, so it no longer updates, but you can read the entire comic from beginning to end!
Concerned -- a parody comic, composed entirely in the Half Life 2 engine using Garry's mod! It's amusing as hell, even if you haven't played the Half Life series. Like A Miracle of Science, the story of Concerned is complete, so no more updates, but the archives are available to read.
Gone with the Blastwave -- a comic set in a generic post-apocolypic war-torn setting, basically for the purpose of making fun of everything set in that kind of atmosphere. Absolutely amazing artwork, and it's pretty damn funny, too. Updates are infrequent and sporatic, though.
The Last Days of Foxhound -- a comic based on the antics of Foxhound (of Metal Gear Solid fame) an undisclosed amount of time before the Shadow Moses incident (ie the events of Metal Gear Solid 1). Like Concerned, it's entertaining even without having played the games, but moreso if you have.
Schwarz Kreuz -- The title is German for "black cross." An interesting new take on vampires and such. The art's a bit quirky, but it's a good read.
Giant in the Playground -- a site actually hosting two seperate comics, The Order of the Stick and Erfworld. OotS is a DnD parody comic, while Erfworld pokes fun at stragety wargames.
Dada Detective -- Film noir meets disco?

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i'm a fan of ctrl+alt+del , john and john, and nozzman. i also check out the startrek.com comic every monday


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*tries to add one other folks haven't mentioned*

Dinosaur comics: This guy's humor is kinda of hit and miss sometimes, but when it hits, it hits.

http://www.qwantz.com/

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VG Cats and Sinfest have already been mentioned, so I've bringing up this one:
The Infinite Vault of DOOM!
Lovecraft with a comic twist!

Then on-and-off:
Sunday At 10
Sometimes funny for RPG related stuff.

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