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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:30 am

Oh gods. Minus is grade-A nightmare fuel.

I thoroughly recommend it.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:09 am

I don't pay attention to what the creators of comics (or, for that matter, books and movies) are like beyond what they put in the comic, and I really don't care what they're like as long as I like what they write, because it's not like I'm ever going to have to have a conversation with them. Nor do I read comics looking for any particular depth at all - if I want that I can get it from books. I couldn't read whole books along the lines of most of the webcomics I read because most of the webcomics I read are kinda stupid, but since they are, y'know, webcomics and not books, that doesn't matter because I only see one or two new pages a week so it's in small doses.

If I am in the mood for a webcomic with at least the start of a serious plotline, I like K Sandra Fuhr's "5ideways". Sadly it had only just got started before it went on hiatus, but I think she's planning to restart it at some point. What is there already is awesomely mindscrewy. If she does restart it, it looks like it'll make an awesome horror story. If not, it's still got pretty artwork and a nice little self-contained substory which *is* finished. Her "Friendly Hostility" was pretty good too, though I think it's over now. Hasn't she started a new comic as well?
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Sep 03, 2009 9:20 am

5ideways was too weird for its own good.

Anyway, I've been reading Wonderella.

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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:28 pm

Title: Goblins
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About: Some asshole adventurers pillages a goblin village for phat lewts and XP where 5 goblins take arms and defend their village. After defeating the adventurers they go off to form a party of their own.
Audience: D&D nerds, yep.
Start Where? The beginning, but I'd recommend starting here.

chelonianmobile wrote:
I don't pay attention to what the creators of comics (or, for that matter, books and movies) are like beyond what they put in the comic, and I really don't care what they're like as long as I like what they write, because it's not like I'm ever going to have to have a conversation with them. Nor do I read comics looking for any particular depth at all - if I want that I can get it from books. I couldn't read whole books along the lines of most of the webcomics I read because most of the webcomics I read are kinda stupid, but since they are, y'know, webcomics and not books, that doesn't matter because I only see one or two new pages a week so it's in small doses.

Translation: BAAAW

Suicide for Hire is shitty, by the way.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Oct 09, 2009 2:33 pm

Samurai Pizza Cats: COLD
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This is fer anyone who loved Samurai Pizza Cats as a kid (it and was and is still one of my favorite's), and the art is perdy good. It really captures the humor of the show as well!
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:57 am

My favorite webcomic is a furry one that's magnificently progressed over the years. (It's not Jack.) Thank god it isn't anything like Suicide For Hire, which I have a lot of issues with. (Mafiosa did a fantastic job pointing one of them out.)

Since the aforementioned comic isn't going to be for everyone, though, here's something that is great for any audience. No Rest For The Wicked, anyone? Going into detail, it's an amalgamation of twisted fairy tales united in one setting - the writing is superb and the artwork is stunning. The major premise is that a young princess, November, has been plagued with relentless insomnia. She receives word from a prophetic old woman that the only way to cure her affliction is to find the Moon, which has been sealed in a state of perpetual hibernation that's left the land drenched in darkness.

I think new readers should start at the beginning. Some moments in the comic are wicked funny (mostly anything involving Prince Ricardo), even though For The Wicked is pretty disturbing.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sun Oct 11, 2009 2:37 pm

Suicide for Hire didn't exactly seem promising in the first place, but it got a lot worse when it got to the anvilicious "ZOMG we can't kill the pregnant woman because we'd also be killing her foetus DOES THIS REMIND YOU OF ANYTHING ABORTION ABORTION ABORTION" storyline.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sun Oct 11, 2009 7:57 pm

Atramentua wrote:
My favorite webcomic is a furry one that's magnificently progressed over the years. (It's not Jack.) Thank god it isn't anything like Suicide For Hire, which I have a lot of issues with. (Mafiosa did a fantastic job pointing one of them out.)

I blame that comic for making me discover what furries were in the first place, but it's the only webcomic I've ever truly kept up to date with.

And I have cameos in the comic too if you dare to find them. =_=
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:49 am

Rice Boy is really awesome and really interesting but really fucking weird. Very very cool character design.

I also recommend Family Man, which starts out slow but has solid characters and is well researched. My only issue is that it only updates a page a week and that its scenes tend to be really long so sometimes scenes in which very little happen can last for months
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Oct 22, 2009 10:02 am

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Rice Boy is really awesome and really interesting but really fucking weird. Very very cool character design.
Seconded. The best part? It's finished!

I haven't read his other comic, though, so I don't know what that's like. Hopefully, it's on the same level of awesome weirdness.

I love Hero - though I am waaaaay behind on the chapters. It's been ages since I read it, but at least up to the point I got it is gorgeously drawn and kind of dream-like and spacey (in a good way) and the text doesn't interfere with the pictures, as you have to mouse over the pictures to get it. I believe "fucking gorgeous" sums this comic up.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:41 pm

Title: Cordeval
URL: Cordeval
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Just plain poking fun at popular culture and fan girls most of the time. She does a few book reviews and movie reviews. Oh, and she has Vin Diesel Jesus. Your argument is invalid. (She hasn't updated in a while, but it's still a good read.
Audience: Otaku nerds, fans of anime, working stiffs
Start Where?
The beginning, it just gets funnier from there.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:24 pm

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Seconding Punch an' Pie.

Adding:

Title: Sister Claire
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About: Take a very naive and young novice nun, add a buxom and flirty angel, a dash of martial arts, and a prophecy about the return of the Messiah. Then throw in a blender on frappe.
Audience: Like slapstick comedy? It's got it. Inside jokes and shout-outs? It's got that too. It even manages to maintain the humor while delving into a "the world is in peril" plot.
Start Where? At the beginning - otherwise what's happening now won't make sense. Be advised that the artist is currently slowing her output because of tendinitis.

I know this is from a few months ago, but thanks to this post, I read Sister Claire and IT IS SO ADORABLE. <3

I also like Natalie Dee, Contropussy and Wondermark.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:19 pm

BUMP FROM THE DEAD.

Axe Cop is an awesome webcomic about a cop that fights crime with his titular axe and his pal/partner in crime fighting Dinosaur/Avocado Cop. Oh, and it's written by a 5 year old and drawn by his 29 year old brother who draws comics professionally.

It is glorious.

Also, why aren't you assholes reading Homestuck for god's sake it is full of wild mass guessing at the plot and the current intermission is a thing of the gods.
So here's a run down to see if I can entice anyone into reading it: The plot of Homestuck is driven by user commands. If you suggest a character to do a silly dance, they may do a silly dance. The guy who writes, draws and animates (there are marvelous flash animated sequences abound with amazing music!) the comic chooses the commands that are most amusing, show the most promise or that will move the plot the most. Unlike his previous venture, Problem Sleuth, this does have a predestined story and outcome.
The plot centers around a boy, John, who is celebrating his 13th birthday and receives a video game that which allows people to manipulate each other's environment. However, John and his 3 friends accidentally set off a chain of events that transports John's house into another dimension after basically destroying the Earth where they find themselves fighting both the forces of light and dark. Meanwhile years in the future (but not many) a story is developing about some strange "people" wandering in the desert trying to apparently escape an oppressive monarchy. MEANWHILE, the current story line of Homestuck has been put on hold between acts so that we can enjoy an adventure/intermission (and my favorite story thus far) about The Midnight Crew, a group of ruthless mobsters who first appeared in Problem Sleuth, and their fight against rival mob The Felt, a bunch of green guys with a billiards motif and time powers.

Sound complicated?
Just read the damn thing.

e: It also has a side comic called "sweet bro and hella jeff" which is the most amazingly terrible yet great thing I have ever seen

ee: Just remembered another low key one: Hanna is Not a Boy's Name. Paranormal Investigations comic with gorgeous art and hipster characters consisting of a totally chill zombie with no name, Hanna (who may or may not have special powers?) and a newly inducted vampire.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:23 am

Mafiosa wrote:
Axe Cop is an awesome webcomic about a cop that fights crime with his titular axe and his pal/partner in crime fighting Dinosaur/Avocado Cop. Oh, and it's written by a 5 year old and drawn by his 29 year old brother who draws comics professionally.
That.

Is.

Beautiful.

Sporfled so hard at the ending of the fruit stand one, seriously<3
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:40 am

Mafiosa wrote:

The plot centers around a boy, John, who is celebrating his 13th birthday and receives a video game that which allows people to manipulate each other's environment. However, John and his 3 friends accidentally set off a chain of events that transports John's house into another dimension after basically destroying the Earth where they find themselves fighting both the forces of light and dark.
I don't... quite what? Upset
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 6:12 am

Mafiosa wrote:

Axe Cop is an awesome webcomic about a cop that fights crime with his titular axe and his pal/partner in crime fighting Dinosaur/Avocado Cop. Oh, and it's written by a 5 year old and drawn by his 29 year old brother who draws comics professionally.

WHAT AM I READING AND SWEET HEAVENS THIS IS EPIC BEYOND BELIEF.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:33 am

Oh! Oh! Webcomics thread! Thanks for the suggestions, guys! Seconding Kate Beaton and Girl Genius, so I won't link to them.

Some of my (other) favorites:
A Softer World Silly photo-comic.
The Perry Bible Fellowship This has been discontinued for awhile, but it was brilliant. Also one-joke-a-day.
Garfield Minus Garfield Exactly what it says on the tin. Garfield becomes about a billion times funnier with the eponymous kitty Photoshopped out.
String Theory A bit lesser-known but still full of win. FOR SCIENCE.
Chester 5000 XYV (NSFW). A delightfully porny comic. With robots. And steampunk-y touches.
I'm Crazy An actual, eloquent perspective on madness. When you're sick of motherfucking Hannelore.
Fake News Rumble Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have to save the world... or... something.
My Immortal, The Webcomic If you weren't happy masticating to Chester 5000 XYV, maybe you mediocre dunces will be goffickally happy with this comic of the Best Fanfiction Ever.
The Abominable Charles Christopher A comic with beautiful art, about an exceptionally dumb yeti-thing and his eventual destiny.
A Beautiful Revolution More a sketchblog than a comic, but the drawings are whimsical and full of joy.
Lackadaisy Well, of course. Goes without saying.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 8:09 am

It's a work-up to a soon-to-be published book rather than a webcomic proper, but I have a moral obligation to pimp The Less-Than-Epic Adventures Of TJ & Amal here.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Sat Jan 30, 2010 9:44 am

Reidmar wrote:
Mafiosa wrote:

The plot centers around a boy, John, who is celebrating his 13th birthday and receives a video game that which allows people to manipulate each other's environment. However, John and his 3 friends accidentally set off a chain of events that transports John's house into another dimension after basically destroying the Earth where they find themselves fighting both the forces of light and dark.
I don't... quite what? Upset

It's weird as fuck and it sounds like some stupid *~fantasy~* comic, but when you consider one of the first commands given by the users was "shit on your desk and squawk like a chicken" how could you not love it.

Also omg so much love for axe cop I love you

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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Tue Feb 09, 2010 7:57 am

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Oh! Oh! Webcomics thread! Thanks for the suggestions, guys! Seconding Kate Beaton and Girl Genius, so I won't link to them.

Some of my (other) favorites:
A Softer World Silly photo-comic.
The Perry Bible Fellowship This has been discontinued for awhile, but it was brilliant. Also one-joke-a-day.
Garfield Minus Garfield Exactly what it says on the tin. Garfield becomes about a billion times funnier with the eponymous kitty Photoshopped out.
String Theory A bit lesser-known but still full of win. FOR SCIENCE.
Chester 5000 XYV (NSFW). A delightfully porny comic. With robots. And steampunk-y touches.
I'm Crazy An actual, eloquent perspective on madness. When you're sick of motherfucking Hannelore.
Fake News Rumble Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have to save the world... or... something.
My Immortal, The Webcomic If you weren't happy masticating to Chester 5000 XYV, maybe you mediocre dunces will be goffickally happy with this comic of the Best Fanfiction Ever.
The Abominable Charles Christopher A comic with beautiful art, about an exceptionally dumb yeti-thing and his eventual destiny.
A Beautiful Revolution More a sketchblog than a comic, but the drawings are whimsical and full of joy.
Lackadaisy Well, of course. Goes without saying.

Eternally grateful for The Abominable Charles Christopher. It's so beautiful and vague and funny and heart-rending at times...A bit like Jeff Smith's Bone, but even lovelier drawn. So nice!
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:01 pm

Read this. All the way. To the end. Fucking depressing, man.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:34 pm

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Fucking depressing, man.
Speaking of fucking depressing webcomics, Nana's Everyday Life is kind of fucked-up, but I swear it makes me tear up every time I think about it. For a crazy manga crossover semi-loli guro comic, it's amazingly moving and even funny in parts. It's a short read, 78 pages, well worth it but be prepared to be depressed. Oh yeah, and HELL OF NWS, there's rape and child abuse and dismemberment and shit...although to be fair, that's just holding true to the source material.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:44 pm

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DarthDarthington wrote:
Fucking depressing, man.
Speaking of fucking depressing webcomics, Nana's Everyday Life is kind of fucked-up, but I swear it makes me tear up every time I think about it. For a crazy manga crossover semi-loli guro comic, it's amazingly moving and even funny in parts. It's a short read, 78 pages, well worth it but be prepared to be depressed.

*Bookmarks*

Another good sad webcomic is I'm Crazy. It's not funny, but humor isn't the point of this one. It's got some really good studies of mental illness and extreme personalities that I can't help but appreciate the hell out of.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:55 pm

I like Johnny Wander because the art style is fucking adorable. OK, I think the entire comic is fucking adorable. It's mostly little daily cracks and quips about the life of the writer, artist and their roommates, with some mini-series fictional stories (like Delilah and the Basilisk :D) thrown in for fun.
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PostSubject: Re: Antidote Webcomics   Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:25 pm

Delcat wrote:
DarthDarthington wrote:
Fucking depressing, man.
Nana's Everyday Life

NOOOOOOOOOO THESE ARE TOO SAD

Speaking of sad news F@nBoy$ is officially ending with one last story arc. The worse news is that the creator isn't doing comics anymore. D:

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Johnny Wander

Why do I keep forgetting this exists? I love this comic.

Monster Killers is a weird as fuck dream-logic comic with straggly strange art. It's a 4chan and SA favorite just for being so damn weird. My favorite arc was the Lion Hunter arc but they are all equally "wut".


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