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Does anybody read any online comics?

Asked by MrMontpetit (1838points) December 20th, 2008

If so, which ones? I used to read White Ninja, now I only read Explosm and Daisy Owl.

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much2smile4's avatar

I agree with Explosm! It’s funny. lol

aanuszek1's avatar

You got frost bite on your what?!?

natepilling's avatar

xkcd is my favorite online comic. Awesome stuff there.

JoeyDesignsStuff's avatar

Penny Arcade, Ctrl+Alt+Del, RealLife, ThreePanelSoul (was a fan of MacHall), xkcd, and PvP. I used to write one a few years ago, but I couldn’t keep up with it. It wasn’t nearly as good as any of those anyway.

asmonet's avatar

@joey: MacHall was soooo good. :’(

http://www.chrisyates.net/reprographics/
http://www.questionablecontent.net
http://www.penny-arcade.com/
http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/
http://xkcd.com/
http://www.threepanelsoul.com/

And I used to read Something Positive, but at some point I stopped being totally convinced my teenage humor was best and moved on. Some are still really funny to me but the majority of Something Positive is bleh.

http://www.somethingpositive.net/

tiffyandthewall's avatar

i obsessively read asofterworld , occasionally read cyanide & whatever (cynicism? can’t remember), and there’s one called like, saturday morning cereal or something, and but i haven’t read it in awhile, partly because i can’t remember the name of it. also i occasionally scavenge for mutts comics online because i love them so much.
OH and pearls & swine. [[=

paradesgoby's avatar

Copper is wonderfuuuul.

intro24's avatar

-several previously listed comics
-VG Cats
-The Joy Of Tech

finkelitis's avatar

Sluggy Freelance at sluggy.com. Read from the beginning.

asmonet's avatar

Ahhhhh! I forgot about Sluggy Freelance!

MacBean's avatar

Aside from some of the ones already mentioned, I also read Sinfest.

finkelitis's avatar

After reading copper, I’m lurving both the question and that answer.

finkelitis's avatar

You know, reading it reminds me again of how much we owe to Bill Watterson and Calvin and Hobbes. His influence is so vast.

MrMontpetit's avatar

@finkelitis, I still read my old Calvin and Hobbes comic book my grandmother gave me a while back from time to time.

El_Cadejo's avatar

I love calvin and hobbes. I have a ton of the compilation books, i even have the last comic that ran in the newspaper in a frame :)

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