Garfield minus Garfield is a concept that i didn't think would hold for long at all. But Flinchy's doing a fabulous job of proving me wrong. And the tone of the strip works much better for me now.
Currently, i'm reading through the archives of "Menage A 3" from Giz and Dave Zero. It's... oh, hell - I guess it's really a comicstrip sit-com? But if i say that, Robin's Nest or Three's Company comparisons are inevitable. Let's not go there...
"Whose mind is it anyway?"
experiMental Theatre is a strip i find myself forced to recommend. (Mostly because it's my new webcomic) URLs:
The strip officially kicks off on Sunday, but the pre-strip ramblings have already earned the #5 position on ComicFury.com's currently popular comics page before it actually begins. I blame this entirely on using nudity and violence to lure in the readers, not just the usual twisted humor.
If you've seen any of my other artwork, this is much looser in something of an underground style. As the title might suggest, it's an experiment in Mental Theatre. After updating the first three strips on a daily basis, it'll be updating every third day, on dates divisible by three. (No obsession or anything going on there, huh?)
"Whose mind is it anyway?"
|mutant hedgehog worm|
Just found out that my favourite NZ graphic artist has a webcomic!
The Magic Pen
I'm liking it so far, even just for the "Tumbling Tuatara's" line!
Digger by Ursula Vernon. It's about a very pragmatic, down-to-earth wombat who gets lost and meets gods and oracles. There are a few webcomics that feel truly epic, like Dresden Codak, but Digger could very well be the best I've read so far, a real graphic novel in webcomic form. Sometimes there's a bit of a Pratchett vibe, I think Granny Weatherwax would strongly approve of Digger, but the story is uniquely its own thing, something rich and strange.
sorry if it's already been brought up...but does anyone else read the ever ridiculous white ninja?
-not back with a vengeance, more like a dull thud followed by a scared wave-
|Did something right |
My baby is cuter than your baby!
Mr. Big Flinchy, whatever they ever said may possibly have been your fault, your sins are forgiven for posting this.
Adept of the Burning Chrome
|was not written by a man named "Cougar"|
Stumbled across this the other day. I feel like most of it is the kind of humor you'd all appreciate. Space Avalanche
|Knows what a real civil war should be|
|Great wyrm of Toronto|
This one is really interesting. I followed it for a while and then I got a new computer and life got busy.
But apparently, Lovecraft is Missing
You can't take the sky from me.
I'm right now reading two webcomics that a friend of mine introduced to me.
I was reluctant at first to read them. I am resistant to, not change, but to new things. I like to take my time getting into them. Best way to say it is I don't like getting tossed into the deep end right away, and instead slowly progress there on my own in my own time.
Any way the two comics are:
This is a sort of combination of Mad Scientist in a Alternate WWI era Europe with Steampunk influences to it. This is a long comic, it started in late 2002 and is still going.
The second is: Bear Nuts
This is like if someone took the Care Bears, took away the rainbows and sunshine, instead gave them booze, fetishes, and some over the top neurotic behavior. Oh and they are zoo animals on display.
When Life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade. Make Life take the lemons back! Get mad! I don't want your damn lemons! What the hell am I supposed to do with these!? Demand to see Life's manager! Make Life rue the day it thought it could give Cave Johnson lemons! Do you know who I am? I'm the man who's gonna burn your house down! WITH THE LEMONS! I'm gonna get my engineers to invent a combustible lemon that BURNS YOUR HOUSE DOWN!
My buddy Mike does a great webcomic titled Cleopatra in Spaaace. http://www.cowshell.com/cleopa...9/08/17/chap-1-pg-1/
Have you guys seen this?
Never stare into a car's headlights and freeze, because you'll either be run over or shot.
You are cordially invited to visit
The Annals of Old Moon.
(not a web comic as such, but we think you may enjoy it)
That's kind of adorable.
"bring on the be-tentacled oppressors" - fluffyllama
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