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Discussion in 'Theocracy' started by snowmankiller, May 14, 2010.
I'm a huge Buttersafe and XKCD fan. Wondering what anyone else might like.
Here's my daily shot of comic: http://www.garfield.com/comics/todayscomic.html.
So, the sign distracted the truck driver?
That's pretty funny, I used to read CAD then I realised it's terrible.
I'm still kind of frequent on VGcats but it updates once in a blue moon so I kinda gave up on the whole comics thing...
Order Of The Stick, xkcd, DM Of The Rings (sadly finished), and Darths & Droids are my favorites. Yeah, I'm pretty nerdy.
http://garfieldminusgarfield.net/ <--- THIS.
Also, no, the sign distracted the guy crossing the road, and he dropped everything he was doing (including crossing the road) to solve the sign.
I know. But clearly the truck driver is in the wrong.
and then... the guy got hit... and i do think the truck driver was just A BIT distracted. lol.
It's Dilbert for me...gotta have my daily Dilbert.
...Does that count as a webcomic?
all the ones I'm following at the moment
I can see lol
Huh, that was unexpected to see; I love that strip but it's not exactly one of the giants.
Anyways, I read something like fifty webcomics, far too many to list (including most every one that's been posted here)--and for the record, I even have my own; check it out if you like. It's more of a comic-book-style graphic novel, but you might enjoy it.
I checked those other ones out. Pretty dang great.
...Would you if I listed all of the ones I read?
Cyanide & Happiness (explosm.net)
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Lego Robot Comics (Has nothing to do with legos or robots)
Invisible Hair Suit
I think there is one or two I'm missing, but I can't remember what they are.
Oh, I forgot to mention this one. I don't read it quite as much as the others, but it's still enjoyable, most of the time.
Calvin and Hobbes is so awesome
Dilbert was one of the original traditional comics published over the web as well...back in the old days, it was lagged behind the paper version by a week...they eventually gave up on that idea.
A few more that I started reading recently: VG Cats, Super Effective, pictures for sad children, Looking For Group, and 8-Bit Theater.
I too read cyanide and happiness frequently.
And while it isn't a comic, I regularly check cracked.com for updates.