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Combine fantastic artwork, hilarious storylines,
and Apple computers and what do you get? "Applegeeks,"
that's what. Fun, funny, and fruity, and updated
Mondays and Thursdays.
Some of the storylines in this comic will only make sense to
gamers, but most people will be able to relate to the geeky tendencies
of Ethan and Lucas and their friends. Creator Tim Buckley makes
me look forward to every new strip.
One of the most charmingly adorable comics I've read in years,
the young boy Copper and his dog/friend Fred do all sorts of
things together and remind us of how to see through the fresh
eyes of youth. I haven't felt that sort of thing from a comic
since Calvin and Hobbes ended.
All sorts of animated short comedies and animated series
available for your viewing pleasure. A good laugh when you need
Phenomenal works of art, drawings, web design, and comics
- all very provocative and gay supportive. Read amusing comics
or just enjoy great artistry. It's all here.
If you can't get sage advice from a guy with a shaved head,
a goatee, and dark sunglasses than who can you get your advice
Manga comics look out! It's Piro and Largo in Japan, finding
trouble as only l33t gamers could do.
Talk about foxes! These are foxes you won't want to take your
eyes off of. A great online series looking at life through sly
Hilarious! If you aren't into computer gaming much of this
will simply fly way over your head, but for those who are in the
know, this is simply hilarious material along with a great drawing
(Piled Higher and Deeper)
A comic strip about graduate students? Are you kidding me?
Believe it or not it's funny stuff. Even if you haven't ever
gone to college you'll find this comic amusing (and if you have been
to college, you'll find it hilarious).
What would it be like if all of your favorite cartoon characters
were in the same manga comic - the Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, Samurai
Jack, Courage the Cowardly Dog, the Fairly Oddparents, Grim,
Invader Zim, Megas XLR and more? This is where you can find out.
With manga-modified versions of all of the best cartoon characters
in one action-packed story arc, this comic is as compelling to
read as it is beautiful to view.
(Player vs. Player)
Follow the lives of a fictional staff for a gaming magazine.
As with Penny Arcade!, PvP can lose you if you aren't into gaming,
but there is outrageous human drama mixed in here as well. And
how many comics have a hermaphroditic troll?
With a new comic every weekday, Real Life is an irreverant
look at the lives of gamers. Whether swigging endless Pepsi's,
playing Final Fantasy for days on end, or plotting schemes of
world domination, these characters will always keep you laughing.
As seen in the finest alternative newspapers, it's Red Meat,
the irreverent, always bizzare comic strip about human interaction.
Try it; you'll like it.
With a new strip every day, Sinfest never fails to make me
laugh. Strips sometimes flow for days on a given topic about love,
sex, relationships, religion, good, evil, and the state of the
universe. Deep subjects seem simple through these characters.
Don't let the name fool you - this is pure cynicism at its
best, not something for the faint-hearted. Seriously, this comic
is hilarious - biting, cynical, sarcastic, and twisted. What
more could you ask for?
Chris and Aaron offer four different comics here (six, axtually,
if you count the non-featured strips). "Coz/Effect" and "Fairview
High" have a large back-catalogue of great serialized strips,
and the new "Battlegate" is already drawing me in. "Soulstone"
is too new for me to judge, but if it's anything like the rest
of these comics, it'll be a must-read.
This isn't just another comic about gaming. It's an amazingly
cynical and sarcastic look at gaming with a cool artistic style.
The perfect elements for smart and funny strips.