Webcomics

The only webcomic I ever followed was DragonWarrior101 form dragon-warrior.com, but that was a long time ago...

But it was awesome.
 
So do I shamelessly self promote my own Webcomic?
Ah what the hell, I might as well it's not like anyone sees it anymore.
Like since the old versions fell off the internet when Aol hometome closed.
Not that you can see the cleaned up GGC Cross-over one there.
(Is that one strip still on Macrochan, I wonder?)
Kawaii Elf
 
So do I shamelessly self promote my own Webcomic?
Sure, why not?
If any of the rest of you folks draw and/or write your own, post those too.

Ah what the hell, I might as well it's not like anyone sees it anymore.
Like since the old versions fell off the internet when Aol hometome closed.
Not that you can see the cleaned up GGC Cross-over one there.
(Is that one strip still on Macrochan, I wonder?)
Kawaii Elf

*reads through strip*
Having perused, I am now amused and confused. =)
 
I seem to have a thing for webcomics (list updated because of this topic!). Eight years ago, Bob and George was the only webcomic I kept up with. Things have certainly changed. I'm probably going to take a look at expanding the list even further with the comics I'm seeing here, Girl Genius and The Order of the Stick could make for a nice change of pace...
 
Heh, I happened to have had Opera set to identify itself as IE at the time I opened that page, so I was presented with your special message for IE6 users. =P


Adding to what I originally posted, I also sometimes check out
The Bunny System - Be warned, depicts much gratuitous violence being inflicted on squirrels. Written/drawn by someone I know.


As far as webcomics that I'm not currently reading because either I lost interest, the author stopped updating, the series was concluded, rarely updates, site went dead, or any other reason, there are quite a few. Some of them are:

Exploitation Now - Concluded
BoxJam's Doodles - Hasn't updated in a year, probably dead.
copper - tends to go months between updates
Demonology 101 - Concluded (I haven't gotten around to reading it to the end, though.)
Life of Riley - Having not checked on it in years, I find it's apparently dead and the site is now something unrelated, so the link goes to where a fan put up an archive.
Everything Jake - Ongoing, I fell out of it when I stopped reading webcomics for a while. Starts off just light college-life-humor-y, somewhere along the way it turns super-powery.
Elf Life - Apparently the original series completed and is now continued in some sort of follow-up or spin-off series. I recall it had some interesting plot ideas, but I stopped reading it years ago, during an annoying interminable side story arc about some fan-servicey siren and a thinly-disguised Popeye.
Corrupted Sprites - Elazul's sprite comic that doesn't seem to be up anymore; link is dead.
Eversummer Eve - Seems to still be ongoing. I barely remember this one because it's been a long time since I read it, but the story seems like it might be interesting and the art is great, so maybe I'll go back to it now.
One Small Step - Still ongoing, maybe I'll start following it again.
Perry Bible Fellowship - Some great "oh man that's just plain wrong" strips. Unfortunately, doesn't seem to be updated anymore.
Spamusement - Hillarious but no longer updated.

There are some others, but that's enough for now.
 
Heh, I happened to have had Opera set to identify itself as IE at the time I opened that page, so I was presented with your special message for IE6 users. =P
Hmm, that's actually quite unusual as the first thing my content negotiation code does is to specifically check the HTTP accept header from user agents, looking for 'application/xhtml+xml', which Opera would send under standard configuration. If it finds that, then it won't check the user agent string. I guess Opera's user agent spoofing is a bit too accurate for pointlessness.

Spamusement - Hillarious but no longer updated.
Actually guest strips are still regularly posted in the forum. The front page used to mirror the best of these, but that seemed to stop recently, which may or may not be related to a software upgrade on the forums. Hardly a class act either way.
 
Actually guest strips are still regularly posted in the forum. The front page used to mirror the best of these, but that seemed to stop recently, which may or may not be related to a software upgrade on the forums. Hardly a class act either way.

Ah, that reminds me now that I made a few spamusement cartoons myself at one point. All of these were the actual subject lines of spam I received, except for "persian viewed"-- that one was a name field from a spam email.




Your wallet virgins sang songs
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endeavor frothy
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president "a sick man"
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Persian Viewed
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Perhaps I should post them there.
 

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Since no ones posted them I guess I get the honor of putting the raunchiest comics on this list.

Sexy Losers - Sick sick sick shit. This is a definitely should be 18 to view. This comic has incest, necrophiliac "sex with corpses", masturbation jokes, nudity "comic", and with all that I couldn't stop laughing reading these comics the first time I was here.
http://sexylosers.com/strips.html



Ghastly Comics I can only describe as someone who made a comic that has waaayyyy more twisted sexual urges than is probably healthy for a normal human. Definitely raunchy sex humor, a lot of imagination, and going way over the line sometimes makes this comic something to read to bring you out of a rut or just make you laugh at something that'll probably send you to hell for looking at alone.
http://www.ghastlycomic.com/d/20010510.html
 
Not a comic reader here, but I can stand Death Note, Bleach and Naruto. A friend of mine showed me 2 episodes of Elfen Lied. A little too "echii" for me, but it's watchable.
 
Not a comic reader here, but I can stand Death Note, Bleach and Naruto. A friend of mine showed me 2 episodes of Elfen Lied. A little too "echii" for me, but it's watchable.

er... those are mangas/animes, not webcomics. o_O
hmm, when it comes to people who are made uncomfortable by Elfen Lied, plain ecchi-ness by itself isn't the top issue that most of them have a problem with...

Mmm...I love Death Note. I'd never read anything quite like it.

You might find Monster to your liking.

is it wrong that I'm a follower of CAD?

Is there a reason it would be? o_O
 
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The problem with ED entries is that if you aren't already familiar with a subject, it's hard to make heads or tails of its entry because it's impossible to tell what's real and what's satire or wild exaggeration. I'm not familiar with Ctrl-Alt-Delete (despite vaguely remembering hearing it mentioned occasionally in conversations)... I take it, though, that it's poorly regarded by many or something?
 
er... those are mangas/animes, not webcomics. o_O hmm, when it comes to people who are made uncomfortable by Elfen Lied, plain ecchi-ness by itself isn't the top issue that most of them have a problem with...

I know these are not comics, but I wanted to talk about manga/anime.

Well, my friend gave me his USB flash drive with all the Elfen Lied episodes on it. Watched all of them. Cannot say that I loved it, but didn't hate it either. I believe the "ecchi-ness" is not free, as there's a reason why it there (like Lucy's being kept for experiments). What I have a problem with is when people use ecchi in order to get a bigger audience. without making it advance the story. There's also instances of child abuse, violence, gore, etc, which try to make the audience uncomfortable. I liked the fact that the Diclonius acted like humans, and the humans acted like monsters. It makes you wonder how afraid we can be of the unknown, or what we do not fully understand.

As for Death Note, I liked the fact, even though Light is the bad guy, you almost want him to succeed with his plans, even when you know that what he's doing is wrong. Loved the "cat and mouse" chases, and the theories of L, Near and Mello.
 
I'm not familiar with Ctrl-Alt-Delete (despite vaguely remembering hearing it mentioned occasionally in conversations)... I take it, though, that it's poorly regarded by many or something?


CAD is great. Hell the only reason I didn't mention it was because it's so good I thought you already had it. Sure they have slow or dumber parts but mostly it's a twisted funny comic that has nice crisp graphics.
 
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