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Re: Links to good webcomics...

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Post by Deeb » Thu Apr 19, 2007 3:44 am

Ahem ...

Web Comics:
  • http://www.sluggy.com
    • The Sunday Times of London has described Sluggy Freelance as "TV buff heaven ... think The Office-style sardonic observations about everyday life set in Buffy the Vampire Slayer's universe, with Battlestar Galactica thrown in ... very funny indeed.
    http://www.elgoonishshive.com
    • El Goonish Shive (EGS for short) is a web comic by Dan Shive, launched on January 21, 2002, that depicts the lives of a group of friends in their junior year of high school. These lives contain transformation guns, alternate universes and a shape-shifting half-squirrel girl. EGS is not a simple gag strip; the characters are complex and believable presentation is attempted despite a setting where, for instance, females can use Hammerspace.
    http://blacktapestries.comicgen.com
    • Adult comic, in that adult scenes are present and the main character swears a lot. It's a pretty long comic thus far, and updates very regularly. Fantasy story about a shape shifter drifter.
    http://crimsonfury.comicgenesis.com
    • They now call me the Crimson Fury; a wolf with the coat of blood and the appetite to match. This is my story, the abhorrent tale of a human turned wolf in a kill or be killed world.
    http://www.kaerwyn.com
    • Kaerwyn on the other hand, may not let you leave. Kaerwyn is governed by the coexistence of Fate and Chaos. Fate controls the future, Chaos makes the path towards that future a little more interesting. The Dragons of Kaerwyn have forever tried to maintain a balance between the chaos and fate, but sometimes they too are consumed by the chaos, and that is when the proverbial shit happens.
    http://www.9thelsewhere.com
    • A beautiful story about a young, insecure writer and her muse after they get trapped in her dream. Very Funny.
    http://rpgworldcomic.com
    • For the gaming nuts out there, who can appreciate the vast amount of humor pointing out the really odd things most RPG's seem to have.
    http://www.fallencomic.com
    • Fallen is a comic about a quasi-angel and the human who unwittingly agrees to help him out.
    http://well-of-souls.com/outsider
    • Outsider is a science fiction comic (with elves! Well, elf-lookalike aliens) about a guy who got captured by aliens.
    http://www.sbnbs.com
    • Schoolbooks and Brimstone. Heaven. Hell. High school.
    http://www.megatokyo.com
    • Set in a fictional version of Tokyo, Megatokyo portrays the adventures of Piro, a young fan of anime and manga, and his friend Largo, a video game enthusiast. The comic often parodies and commentates on the archetypes and clichés of anime, manga, dating simulations and computer and video games, occasionally making direct references to real-world works. Megatokyo was originally presented in the gag-a-day format, with continuity of the story a subsidiary concern. Over time, it focused more on developing a complex plot and the personalities of its characters.
    http://www.machall.com
    • Mac Hall is about a group of college students who are typical slackers. While they sometimes do some actual work for classes, most of the time they just goof off and hang around the campus having fun. The comic takes its name from MacDonald Hall, a dormitory at Bowling Green State University. Later on, the cast moves into a house, where they currently reside. The series seems to have less focus on college life and more focus on the cast's antics afterwards, but it recently has started to return to a college focus.
    http://www.exploitationnow.com
    • In the beginning, Exploitation Now concerned a female porn star and a male moogle-like person, and their comedic (and sexy) mishaps, such as accidentally summoning tentacle monsters. Eventually, however, the focus shifted to a female mad scientist with a dramatic past. One strip alluded to this shift by showing Bimbo and Ralph in the background, sitting on a couch and musing, "Remember when we used to be in this comic?" Like many web comics, the comic slowly evolved from being a gag-a-day strip into long dramatic storyline, which finished off with a tragic ending.
    http://www.errantstory.com
    • Errant Story is a web comic by Michael Poe.
      This story is set in a complex world of Elves and Humans, of magic and guns, of love and hate.
    http://www.pvponline.com
    • Originally, PvP focused on video gaming and the larger "nerd culture" including comics and RPGs. 1UP.com described it as "The "real" origin of game-based comics", and in the same article puts it under the heading of "non-gaming web comics". Over the years, the humor has broadened to include technology jokes, relationship humor, in-jokes about and mocking of the generation gaps between the different characters, with gaming increasingly taking a back seat. Kurtz occasionally comes under fire for his satire.
    http://xkcd.com
    • Although the characters are usually stick figures, the comic occasionally features landscapes, intricate mathematical patterns such as fractals, or imitations of the style of other cartoonists (as during "parody week"). The subjects of the comics themselves vary. Some strips feature simple humor or pop-culture references, some are statements on life and love, and some are mathematical or scientific in-jokes.
    http://www.penny-arcade.com
    • As a (primarily) topical video gaming news comic, there is little plot or general continuity in Penny Arcade strips. Any story sustained for longer than a single strip is referred to as "dreaded continuity", something of a running gag in the news posts.
    http://www.clanofthecats.com
    • Clan of the Cats is an urban fantasy web comic by Jamie Robertson. It chronicles the adventures of a witch, Chelsea Chattan, who is also afflicted by an ancient family curse. In times of stress she transforms into a black panther. This, coupled by her increasing magical power, makes having an ordinary life rather challenging. The stories deal with supernatural themes mainly, but also creep into the realm of normal everyday life.
    http://www.wanderingones.com
    • The story is set in the Pacific Northwest in 2066, thirty-one years since the Earth was devastated by a deadly pandemic. Civilization as we knew it has collapsed, and many parts of the world have been reduced to a barbaric state. The comic follows the adventures of Ravenwing, a Native American warrior and tracker, as she attempts to battle a neo-Nazi nation that lies to the east and is intent on crushing what remains of civilization.
    http://www.shinkage.com
    • A pure SF story, set in another world. The strips are full page. Also by Clint Hollingsworth, author of Wandering Ones
    http://www.userfriendly.org/
    • User Friendly is a daily webcomic about the staff of a small, fictional internet service provider, Columbia Internet. The strip's humor tends to be centered around technology jokes and geek humor.
    http://www.sinfest.net/
    • The subject matter of Sinfest is often human nature, with particular attention paid to sexuality and religion. Less frequently, the strip will parody popular culture or indulge in political commentary. There are some recurring types of strip, such as "You Had to Be There" (where the reader is not told what the characters are discussing), "Japanese Calligraphy" (where one of the characters transforms over four panels into a kanji ideograph, usually related to the strip in some way.), "Porn Script Readings" (where Monique and Slick read porn star dialogue in deadpan style, except for once where they used flash cards for a Silent Film reading) and "Ninja Theatre" (where the characters take on the roles of heroes and villains in a martial arts movie).
    http://www.reallifecomics.com
    • Real Life is a webcomic drawn and authored by Greg Dean. Begun on November 15, 1999 and published on weekdays, the comic is loosely based around the real lives of Greg and his friends (hence the name).

      'Loosely' ranges from verbatim quotes to completely ludicrous events including time travel and mecha combat. Unsurprisingly, the characters tend to be rather heavily exaggerated versions of their actual selves. Real Life focuses on humor related to video games, science fiction, and other such "nerd humor", although in recent times Dean has been finding less time for video games and as such has been directing his comic slightly away from that. Though by name it claims to be based on real life, the characters live lives very much of their own and are best known for breaking the fourth wall. Real Life is also a major spreader of various memes such as "Fuego" and "ShirtNinja".
    http://www.ozyandmillie.org
    • Ozy and Millie is a webcomic, created by D. C. Simpson, which debuted in January 1998. It follows the adventures of assorted anthropomorphized animals. New strips are released on most weekdays. The comic centers on Ozy and Millie, two young foxes from a town called North Harbordale contending with everyday elementary school issues such as tests and bullies, as well as more surreal situations.
    http://www.roadwaffles.com
    • Road Waffles is a webcomic started in November 1999 by Eight, which ended but was followed by a sequel (Aptly named Road Waffles 2) beginning in April 2003 which finished in February 2005. A second sequel (Road Waffles 3) which began in May 2005 and is currently unfinished and on hiatus.
    http://www.kevinandkell.com
    • Kevin and Kell is an anthropomorphic animal comic strip, by syndicated cartoonist Bill Holbrook. It is reputedly the first comic strip syndicated exclusively via the Internet (although not the first comic strip online), and is the oldest continuously-running webcomic. The strip began on September 3, 1995. The strip centers on the marriage of Kevin, the rabbit, to Kell, the wolf.
    http://bonsaimechafactory.org/eidolicfringe
    • Eidolic Fringe is a manga-styled webcomic about a guy named Rei who dies on page two. Okay, he's not really dead, but his body's in a coma and his mind appears to have gone to another world with pirates and big ships and mecha-like critters from the deep
    http://emeraldwinter.com
    • A serious and yet funny tale about a half-elf and a quarter elf on adventure; magic abound.
    http://www.well-of-souls.com/outsider
    • Humanity is caught in the crossfire of a galactic war, and it's up to the members of Earth's Scout Corps to forge an alliance that will ensure Earth's survival. But which side to choose: the oppressive, insectoid Umiak or the ruthless, elflike Loroi? Outsider is self-rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences, related images, and brief language
    http://www.pholph.com
    • Jack covers subjects related to the attitude a person can lead in life and its consequences to them and to the people around them. Frequent features are disease, rape, murder, suicide, bereavement and redemption. The comic is divided into a number of arcs (subplots) of varying length. Artwork style and presence of color differ from arc to arc. Most arcs take place on Earth or in Hell, although some are set in Heaven or Purgatory.
    http://www.bobandgeorge.com
    • Bob and George is a sprite-based webcomic which parodies the fictional universe of Mega Man. It is written by David Anez, a physics instructor who lives in the American Midwest. [3]. The comic first appeared on April 1, 2000 and has been updated daily with very few missed comics. As of September 2006 there have only been 17 days without a comic.
    http://www.nuklearpower.com
    • 8-Bit Theater (also spelled 8-Bit Theatre) is a popular[1] sprite comic created and launched by Brian Clevinger in March 2001 that won the Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards for best fantasy comic in 2002[2]. The plot of the comic is based on that of the video game Final Fantasy I, following the four Light Warriors in their quest to vanquish the King of Demons, Chaos. The comic is not, however, a serious epic; much of the humor displayed in 8-Bit Theater is derived from the blunderings and misadventures of the protagonists and their foes.
    http://www.gucomics.com
    • The comic focusses primarily on popular video games such as World of Warcraft,[3] Vanguard: Saga of Heroes,[4] Dark Age of Camelot,[5]Guitar Hero and so on; but, it also comments on gaming industry and community news, often lampoons gamers in general through the adventures of Hearn and his fictional roommate, Ted, and occasionally parodies contemporary social, political, and personal issues related to the online and general video game world. Driven as it is by the ever changing videogame industry, continuity of the story line is not important, though it does have a few recurring themes.
    http://www.seraph-inn.com
    • Acheron, a da'kor, forms an unlikely friendship with Shiara, an elf. Shiara's childhood love and betrothed, Kayn'dar, disappeared many years previous, and Acheron declares he will find him. Acheron travels south, gathering information on Kayn'dar's whereabouts - an old trail which has many hidden sources of information. On the way he finds new friends, to help him on his journey, each seeking something different from the quest to Kayn'dar, each learning more about themselves along the way. When Kayn'dar is found, the deceit and lies surrounding his disappearance start to unravel, and Acheron discovers something the elves have long kept secret. Kayn'dar evades the travelers on their quest to find what he and the ex-archmage Raul are trying to achieve through their use of dark magic.
    http://www.goblinscomic.com
    • Goblins is a weekly Dungeons & Dragons webcomic written and illustrated by Tarol Hunt (known by the nickname of Thunt). It is set in a humorously stereotypical fantasy setting, following the adventures of a group of goblin adventurers.
    http://www.terinu.com
    • Terinu is a science fiction adventure comic, done in black and white India ink in comic page format. It is the story of the title character, a fifteen-year old alien boy, the last known member of a genetically engineered slave race, who is a pawn in a brewing galactic war. Many of its themes echo classic Young Adult science fiction novels, though with a somewhat darker edge.
    http://shadesofgrey.rydia.net
    • A new angel is born into a Heaven of uncertainty and confusion. Will she even make it past the Pearly Gates?
    http://grim.snafu-comics.com/
    • The comic is mainly based on The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, but also draws on other series with similar themes, as well as other Cartoon Network shows. The story centers around Grim, Mandy, and their two children, Minimandy (a.k.a Minnie) and Grim Jr. (a.k.a. Junior). While Grim Tales includes many familiar "anime-inized" characters (under a disclaimer), the comic also sports several original characters, such as the children of Grim and Mandy. Grim Tales is known to be a fair bit darker than the animated programs on which it is based. The comic also shares the same universe as another Bleedman comic, PowerPuff Girls Doujinshi, albeit several years in the future.
    http://www.darkencomic.com
    • The comic begins with Gort being summoned before the arch-devil Mephistopheles. Gort made a pact with him that would allow him to defeat his then nemesis, Leon. After completion of this, Mephistopheles wanted the return on the pact. He requested Gort's servitude, and gave him the quest of bringing to him three sacred artifacts, the Regalia of Evil. Upon obtaining this quest, Gort was returned to the material plane, and just so happened to fall into path of a Drow, named Komiyan, that just so happened to be going through a hard time.
    http://www.juathuur.spiderforest.com
    • Juathuur is about the adventures of a group of magic-wielding nomads who believe that they have been entrusted to preserve the balance of power in a world of many kingdoms scattered across many islands. The central conflict revolves around a sect of Juathuur deserters who have joined forces and become too powerful for the faithful Juathuur to ignore.
    http://dungeond.com
    • Dungeons & Denizens is a webcomic by John Yakimow (art) and Graveyard Greg (writing). The strip follows the lives of monsters living and working in a RPG dungeon.
    http://www.questionablecontent.net
    • Questionable Content takes place in Northampton, Massachusetts; the frequent setting locales include Marten and Faye's shared apartment, Coffee of Doom (the fictional coffeeshop Dora owns), and Smif College library, where Marten is employed. The comic is mostly realistic, and action primarily focuses on banter between the characters, with slowly-progressing plot developments. Due to the emphasis on inter-character dialogue, Jacques rarely uses thought bubbles in the comic.
    http://www.angels2200.com
    • Angels 2200 is a webcomic written and illustrated by the New Zealand artist/director Peter Haynes (also known as Hansagan) with original concept by Nathaniel Savio. This science fiction story is set in the year 2200, ten years after the Genetic Plague killed 99.9% of the male human population on Earth and its off-world colonies. During the chaos, the colonies rebelled and a resource-desperate Earth is now trying to bring them back into line. The story follows the old Aurora-class carrier "Outcast" and its poorly trained crew on their mission to put down the revolution in the Risae Asteroid Belt near Mars.
    http://alienlovespredator.com
    • Alien Loves Predator (ALP to fans) was a webcomic written by Bernie Hou. It spoofed the Alien Vs. Predator franchise. Reversing the adversarial relationship depicted in Alien vs. Predator, ALP presented an Alien (named Abe) and a Predator (named Preston) as friends and roommates in current-day New York City.
    http://chugworth.com
    • The strip revolves around the lives of four teenagers, two of whom attend Chugworth Academy, an elite prep school. The tone of the strip runs heavily towards sexual situations and fanservice, although there is no actual full nudity or graphic depiction of sex. There are also several spinoff strips, like Pancake Motherfuckers.
    http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com
    • It premiered on October 23, 2002, and is currently updated every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The strip started off with a pair of gamers, Ethan and Lucas, as the main characters, but Lilah, a female gamer, has become a regular as well since she began dating Ethan (they are now engaged). Other characters include a Linux user, Scott, and an Xbox-based robot originally just named "The Xbot" but eventually renamed Zeke. Most of the humor in the comic concerns video games, but some is also bred of violence, with more still coming from the strip's randomness.[1] As it has progressed, the comic has focused a lot more on long story arcs, which serve to add a sense of continuity and introduce new plot elements, instead of smaller one-comic gags (which still appear regularly, but generally aren't related to the main characters).
    http://www.applegeeks.com/
    • Applegeeks is largely based around the misadventures of "Hawk," a somewhat delusional college student with an unnatural fondness for Apple products; his aspiring writer friend, Jayce; and their friends and cohorts. The comic's format shifts between gag-a-day material to spurts of continuity, often dealing with material related to technological accomplishments (with unforeseen results), quasi-romantic unease, or situational comedic moments between the characters. It has currently shifted to a far darker tone with the beginning of the Exodus story arc.
    http://www.blastwavecomic.com/
    http://www.leasticoulddo.com/
    • Least I Could Do (LICD) is a humor webcomic by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza, which debuted on February 10, 2003. Although Lar deSouza is the current artist, the comic was previously drawn by Chad W.M. Porter, for two years, and before that, Trevor Adams. The primary theme of the strip is sexuality, especially the promiscuity of the primary character, Rayne Summers, a modern-day Casanova.

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Prymael » Sun Jun 03, 2007 4:51 pm

I don't believe I saw it posted yet, and also I'm warning you this falls under adult orientated humor as there is no where they won't go for a laugh and can be very highly inappropriate no matter who you are...

<A HREF="http://www.explosm.net/">Explosm.net</A>

Here's a paste of their faq which somewhat tells about them:

What do you use to make comics?

We use Macromedia Flash and Adobe Photoshop to draw the comics. The fonts we use are Verdana and Kid Kosmik.

Where do you come up with your ideas?

We all have different comic styles, but most of our jokes revolve around awkward situations, pop-culture and death. Some of us carry notebooks around to write ideas down in as well.

How long have you made comics?

Since 2004, roughly.

Will you put me in one of your comics?

No.

How did your styles come about?

Well, Kris is really the poineer of the style. Rob, Matt and Dave's styles are based off of Kris' original style, but changed to give it a more personal feel. Some say we also resemble Don Hertzfeldt, but that wasn't on purpose.
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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Journeywoman » Mon Oct 01, 2007 11:07 am

Wildcat wrote:I found another one this morning, and got through the entire thing in a binge-reading post.

http://www.seraph-inn.com/index.html

Inverloch is a story about an elf girl who lost her boyfriend a long time ago and is looking to get him back. She meets a Da'kor (furry guy with horns), makes friends with him, and he offers to go look for her boyfriend. Really good art, and good story to go with it.
Just an update: this comic Inverloch has now been completed and the authour is now starting a new one http://requiem.seraph-inn.com/ (you can also it access from the link above) its looking like it will be pretty, and interesting (it currently being at page 7). I really enjoyed the last comic so I don't see why this one shouldn't be great as well. Happy Reading.
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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Graewolfe » Fri Oct 19, 2007 8:11 pm

I cant recommend http://www.girlgeniusonline.com enough even though it was mentioned once previously.
Super genius/mad-scientists everywhere gadgeteering all over the place. Very well drawn And fully colored. M-W-F updates.

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by nicolai » Wed Jan 23, 2008 5:59 pm

Well, first off, here's a site that lists a lot of strips:

http://www.belfry.com/comics/index.php

I can't believe no one has listed this one: :shock:

http://www.sabrina-online.com

And one of my personal favorites:

http://www.jaynaylor.com/betterdays/ :wink:

Just a couple for you all.

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Fel » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:42 pm

Curse you for putting up that Sabrina link!

Now I have nother website I have to check religiously every day!

wru Sabrina in my life!

And does she REALLY wear pants?

We may never know.... ;)
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Post by nicolai » Thu Jan 24, 2008 12:24 am

Yes, Fel, she does. :)

Here is a drawing by Cirrel: http://www.chrisfoxx.com/sabhotlo.jpg :shock:

You don't have to check daily, because the strips are completely predictable. Eric updates just once a month, on the first, with 3 or 4 new strips. It's worth the wait.

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Fel » Thu Jan 24, 2008 2:14 am

I just trolled the entire archives of Better Days, and forgot to do my homework.

Might I sum it up thusly:

Damn.

Without spoiling it for anyone else, I really thought THAT was a dream. Then 2 panels later, I find out it wasn't.

I NEVER saw that coming.

Then I sat there for a good 10 minutes, trying to wrap my head around the very concept, given the plotline up to that point, and what had happened to Fisk earlier. I pondered like 50 different ways that could end horribly.

Then I read on a little more, and saw that even that could have...if not a happy ending, then an ending that didn't end horribly. And it shaped the entirety of the rest of the story without consuming it.

Sabrina is hilarious, but Better Days almost reminds me of Jack with the startling depth of its characters and fearlessness.

If you've never read Jack, I highly suggest it. It's a "furry" strip like Sabrina and Better Days, but it's much darker, and tackles some very diverse and deep content.

Kudos, Nicolai...kudos. You can pick some fantastic webcomics.
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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by Fel » Thu Jan 24, 2008 2:33 am

Let me add this:

I know I wasn't writing or doing homework.

IT'S NOT MY FAULT! I'M A SUCKER FOR A GOOD STORY, AND NICOLAI JUST PUT A REMOTE WITH A BIG RED PUSH ME BUTTON ON IT IN FRONT OF ME!

How the mighty fall to an insufferable cute geeky skunk and amazingly deep twins, whose lives totally consumed my entire evening.

I just gotta say it.

If you like an incredibly good drama-type story with lots of subtle, barbed humor, read Better Days.

Now.

Lose sleep.

It's THAT GOOD.

That I double posted just to harp on it should tell you how impressed I was by it.
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Post by nicolai » Thu Jan 24, 2008 11:30 am

Fel wrote:IT'S NOT MY FAULT! I'M A SUCKER FOR A GOOD STORY, AND NICOLAI JUST PUT A REMOTE WITH A BIG RED PUSH ME BUTTON ON IT IN FRONT OF ME!
Thank you, Fel. *bows* :)

And for those who enjoy something with a much more adult flavor, wander over to Mr. Naylor's catalog and pay the one-time fee (good for 30 days) to peruse what he has posted there. There are some side-stories there that are canon to Better Days, hinted at but not explored in the main storyline because of their explicit nature. Other strips are stand-alone, and they are all good. 8)

All I can say is "DAMN! That man can draw!" Of course, I knew that when I saw the panel where Elise (h.s. cheerleader, and damned sexy) comes sauntering over to talk to Fisk. Here: http://www.jaynaylor.com/betterdays/arc ... xem_5.html

btw, Fel, Sabrina is the strip that got me hooked on furries. It also lead me to http://www.zzstudios.com and Zig's story. I've been thoroughly hooked ever since. To the point that I have started writing myself. (I linked to that in another post.)

EDIT: And just to add to your misery :twisted: I suggest you wander over to http://www.chrisfoxx.com and read "Sabrina Online - the Story". And "Tabitha". This is slightly off-topic, I know, but if you enjoyed Sabrina that much, you really need to read the story. And it's spin-offs. I can provide a set of links to the spin-offs if necessary. Or just go over to the Raccoon's Bookshelf and read everything on the Sabrinaverse shelf. That will give you a good start and a reason to hunt down the rest of them.

Two warnings: 1. Be prepared to lose another night's sleep to SOtS. 2. Tabitha has some incredibly deep, and strong, emotion in it. Be prepared to spend some time recovering. And it won't hurt to have a box of kleenex nearby.

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by dellstart » Thu Nov 13, 2008 7:31 am

well i have to tell you, that for the last week and half i have been glued to my screen , watching The Avatar , The last Air Bender.

What a well crafted, beautiful, touching and inspiring cartoon series.Reminded me a lot of LOTR just in a more Asian setting.The characters grow and develop, plus there is heaps of martial fighting to keep you entertained as well. This isn't classic Anime but a interesting mix of different styles.I was quite taken with it , and yes even i had a small tear in the eye at some of the more emotional scenes.

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Post by ANTIcarrot » Sat Nov 22, 2008 9:42 pm

I can't believe it hasn't been mentioned yet: Freefall
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Currently at strip 1655. Updates every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Yet Another Fantasy Gamer Comic
A send up of tabletop fantasy games.
Just like all the others. Except funny. And with more titties.
Currently at strip 909. Updates daily.

DMFA
Jack might be the comic behind Fel's avatar, but this is the artist who actually drew it!
A furry comic, like Jack and Sabrina. Started out as adventure, then become sitcom, now it's... Epic. Fans of Jack and DMFA have had a hateathon going for a while now as to which is the best furry comic ever. Most others have long since declared it joint first place. See also Able's Backstory] for a less happy view of this world.
Currently on strip 858. Updates either three or 5 times a week, depending on how much of the artist's homework the mows eat.

[url=http://cyantian.net/]Cyantian Cronicles

A set of interlinked comics, each with hundreds of pages.
Bit of a mixed bag. All the comics are great - and pretty much all of them are unfinished. Reading what's there will still provide days of entertainment though.
More strips than I can easily count. Updates irregularly.

Sequential Art
Human, cat, penguin, squirrel - and an army of demonic shadow puppets hell bent on world domination.
The author's avatar is a small hamster. The reason for this is what makes the comic so good.
Currently at 489.

Daily Coyote
Ongoing blog of a woman, a tomcat and a coyote. Recently joined by a collie.
No, seriously. This is a blog, not a comic. No drawing or SFX involved.
Wonderfully interesting to anyone who is interested about animal behavior.
Updates daily. Of course. Been ongoing for a year or two. I'll be getting the book for christmas.

The Dreamland Chronicles
Proof that you don't need to draw well to create your own comic. You just need lots of skill with CGI instead.
Again more strips than I can count. Daily updates.

Kaspall
Think of a kinda-evil version of Narnia, where enough creatures from different worlds have fallen through enough wardrobes to make it possible for them to set up a civilisation, complete with people whose job it is to help people who have recently fallen through wardrobes come to terms with the fact that they can never go home again. Also a land of long and twisty arc plots. A group of police officers have to find out what is killing people. Two students have to learn why some of the dreams seem to be thinking for themselves.
Updates weekly and is currently at #207

Alpha Shade
Another pair of long and twisty plot arcs. There's our world, and this other one. The other world has flying battleships, biplane fighters and talking house cats. Then there's our world, where they have talking panthers instead of housecats, witches and other things. And this bunch of teenagers who seem quite unaware of what's happening.
Been going for years. Sporadic updates.

The Wotch
Anne is a Wotch. Like Buffy a Slayer. The last in a long list of stupidly powerful witches. There might be a reincarnation thing going on. The big bad seems to think so, as one of the reasons he keeps sending monsters after her is to 'train her up' for some dark and malevolent task. The rest of the cast is... variable. They change shape. And species. And gender. Regularly. And do other normal boring teenage stuff like fight monsters, get crushes, and hang out.
Been going for years. Biweekly updates.

Crossworlds
Fantasy adventure comic in a world where humans are impossible. No elves or dwarfs either. Where all the interesting fantasy races live and hang out. By the same artist who brought you Naga's Den. (Not a comic.) Two major and a few minor plots finished.

Red vs Blue
Godlike. Basically the plot of Be Kind, Rewind - but in real life. The entire Reconstruction Arc is available on their site, and is worth watching, though it might spoil some of the earlier videos. Their short video about the incredible edible internet should give you a good introduction to their sense of humour

Zero Punctuation
Beyond godlike. A meme and creator of memes. Yahtzee is a vain, opinionated, harsh, and unforgiving critic, and can hold his breath a very long time.
I is an certified nut

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by gnume » Mon Oct 05, 2009 2:23 pm

hey im searching for an old favorite webcomic of mine and i will affricate the help

i do not remember the name just the cast

fox vixen busty wizard
lion paladin that uses a mace
and a bald human barbarian

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Re: Links to good webcomics...

Post by nicolai » Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:20 pm

gnume wrote:hey im searching for an old favorite webcomic of mine and i will affricate the help

i do not remember the name just the cast

fox vixen busty wizard
lion paladin that uses a mace
and a bald human barbarian
Chivalry and Knavery
An objective definition of "Political Correctness":

"A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical, liberal minority, and
rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the
proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."

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