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Here's another one I'm following, although it's not as good as QC: Dr. NcNinja


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could be the Video who killed the Radio star.
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dr. mcninja. ::snort:: this is my new FAVORITE THING EVAR!!!



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Girly by Josh Lesnick is quite good as well.


Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live. ~ Oscar Wilde

Sometimes it is said that man can not be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the forms of kings to govern him? ~ Thomas Jefferson


 
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there's also Dinosaur Comics


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I was just about to mention dinosaur comics...My friends and I love them.

I'm assuming everybody is aware of NN2S (even though it's not really operating much anymore) and Rob and Elliot?


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Can`t see the appeal of Dinosaur comics. After all, where`s the artistry in `cut-and-paste`?


Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live. ~ Oscar Wilde

Sometimes it is said that man can not be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the forms of kings to govern him? ~ Thomas Jefferson


 
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dinosaur comics would be more about the writing and wit than the artwork, which is their gimick.



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Girly is...interesting. I used to read "Wendy," his first comic, back in the day.
Also, Adventurers! and Girl Genius.


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All cool, thanks for posting. Smile
 
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Least I could do is a rather fun and irreverant one about a player with the emotional maturity of a seven year old and his long suffering roomates. Very irreverant and not politically correct, but it manages to make fun of people on both sides of every fence you can imagine, including its main character.

If you back through the archive, you'll find some genuine laugh out loud funny moments.



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I love Natalie Dee!


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she reminds me of exploding dog, but very much cleaner... smoother?
is she exploding dog??



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from drmcninja's bloggy thing
www.gunnergkrigg.com is pretty cool,

and from natalie dee's site, her new http://www.marriedtothesea.com/ makes me giggle.



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Yeah her stuff is exploding dog-ish. I don't think she is in league with Sam though.

I like the new Married To The Sea stuff too.


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Shhhhhhh...

I love love love love the Secret Crocodile Adventure Club.
 
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Some more notable comics:

The Last Days of Foxhound, a parody of the popular video game Metal Gear Solid, starring the boss characters before the events of the first game take place.

Order of the Stick, a parody on role playing games and the gamers themselves.

No Need for Bushido another fun parody. You can guess the subject. Wink Razz (Hey, where else are you going to see a young samurai swordsman shout a phrase like "Holy flipping shinkies of death"?).



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"You are a Knight Errant. All of the fun of rescuing damsels, and none of the paperwork." - Royko
 
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the rainbow orchid is very awesome. it's a tintin-like adventure. the art's a bit richer in detail tho, which i like.
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If you like your comics full of mystery and adventure, with an emphasis on good story, and you love the worlds of Rider Haggard, Conan Doyle, Jules Verne, Edgar P. Jacobs and Hergé, then you'll want to read The Rainbow Orchid...



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hehe... thanks James. I've read the whole story of the Order of the Stick in two days, and now my wife is working on it as well.


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JIM REAPER is a fun webcomic--if I do say so myself. Well, it's not really a webcomic yet, but there are four "episodes" available for your viewing pleasure.
We will be adding a new strip every Saturday, so please check it out and let me know what you think.


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Yay! somebody else here reads Girl Genius!

I'm also a big fan of Jennie Breeden's slice of life comic, The Devil's Panties, and Randy Milholland's Something Positive.


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