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 Post subject: Re: What are the "Can't Miss" Webcomics titles?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:36 am 
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shortpacked is the only one i regularly read. I just started reading Axe cop.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:05 pm 
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My bookmark bar consists of:

Least I Could Do (www.leasticoulddo.com): Updates every day and deals mostly with the promiscuity of the main character Rayne Summers. Very funny.

The Gutters (www.the-gutters.com): By the same team as Least I Could Do, this usually covers some sort of satire about the comics industry. Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Ctrl+Alt+Del (www.cad-comic.com): Good strip for gaming humour, although has had one or two mis-steps when it comes to storylines. Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Penny Arcade (www.penny-arcade.com): Everyone seems to read this one so I doubt it needs a description. Updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Looking For Group (www.lfgcomic.com): From the same team as Least I Could Do and The Gutters, this is a fantasy-style comic with many references to MMORPG's and the like. Updates Mondays and Thursdays.

Dueling Analogs (www.duelinganalogs.com): Gaming-based comic, not sure what else I can about it really! Updates Mondays and Thursdays.

Shortpacked! (www.shortpacked.com): Only very recently got into this one myself, lots of Transformers and Batman humour, great art and is part of a larger universe created by the author/artist. Updates Monday to Friday.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:02 pm 
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check out wormworldsaga.com


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 2:58 pm 
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My daily list:

Octopus Pie - http://www.octopuspie.com/
Questionable Content - http://questionablecontent.net
Multiplex - http://www.multiplexcomic.com/
Shortpacked - http://www.shortpacked.com/


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I'd cast votes for (in order): Freak Angels, Axe Cop, & Dr. McNinja. None of which will come as any surprise to anyone even remotely aware of what's out there but all of which are excellent.


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Dudes, thanks for introducing me into Freakangels, i absolutely LOVE IT

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:17 pm 
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I agree with Freak Angels. It's absolutely amazing (but then again, I'm a sucker for Warren Ellis). Paul's artwork on it is absolutely amazing.

I'm super bummed that it's ending in a few weeks.


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Try Treading Ground and Misfile

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I have to HIGHLY recommend Something Positive (www.somethingpositive.net). The guy has several other minor/shorter webcomics, but this one has been going for ten years, with regular updates. Harsh, sometimes bitter, and always funny.

HIGHLY RECOMMEND!


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If you like RPG (especially D&D), u HAVE TO try Order of the Stick. It can be really funny if you know the rules of the game. Too bad, updates are not so often nowadays


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FreakAngels. Penny Arcade. Mega Tokyo.

Funnily enough, each of these is pretty easy to find in physical collections.


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I like the Perry Bible Fellowship a lot.I got into it when The Guardian was running the strip years ago and am still into it.Unfortunately it isn't updated very often at all and some of the strips that were on the site have been taken off (apparently to make the book collection more attractive) but there's still lots of three-panel WTF goodness there.

Thanks to everyone who recommended Freakangels:that strip is great.


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If you want something mostly NSFW then Ménage à 3 (www.ma3comic.com) is amusing.
Refreshingly smart, if somewhat ridiculous.


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 Post subject: Re: What are the "Can't Miss" Webcomics titles?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:17 am 
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Dueling Analogs
Ctrl Alt Del
Dominic Deegan
Anything by Ryan Sohmer


All of these comics (Which have been recommended by the users here) are completely shit. If you want my advice, you'd best stick to this pic by /co/


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Other comics that aren't on the list that have been /co/ recommended are:

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http://buttersafe.com/ - Buttersafe
http://www.toothpastefordinner.com/ - Toothpaste for dinner
http://fishbonescomic.com/ - Fishbones
http://www.10km.org/para-ten/ - Para-Ten
http://skullkickers.keenspot.com/ - Skullkickers
http://www.wormworldsaga.com/ - Wormworld Saga
http://famib.com/index.php - Fire Always Makes it Better
http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/ - Hyperbole and a Half


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Poppy O'Possum is a relatively new comic, but It's one you should watch out for.


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