Archive | March, 2012

Imy the Comic

imycomic.com – webcomic review

It truly is amazing how a few clicks can lead to something so unexpectedly great. As I was hunting around for a webcomic to review, I stumbled onto a sites link page. I am not really sure why, but a clicked a text link instead of all the banners, and landed on Imy the Comic, and [...]

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The Bottom Rung

thebottomrung.net – webcomic review

I randomly stumbled onto The Bottom Rung this evening, and knew that it was going to be the subject of my review. The reason for that is simple; there is a lot to like about this webcomic, but there were a few things that immediately jumped out at me as areas for improvement, which I [...]

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Vanguard Comic

vanguardcomic.com – webcomic review

I was in the mood for something epic, and as I flipped through the long list of webcomics suggested to me, I came across Vanguard Comic. What struck me right off the bat, was the extensive character list, each with very detailed descriptions and ‘character cards.’ Creator Dan Butcher certainly put in the sweat equity to [...]

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Legacy Control

legacy-control.com – webcomic review

After watching my home town NCAA team (Syracuse – go Orange!) squeak out a win, I wanted to keep my good mood intact. So, I decided to check out a gag-a-day webcomic that received multiple suggestions: Legacy Control. I had a sneaking suspicion that these strips would be hilarious based on Twitter interactions, but what [...]

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Ada Lee Comes On

adalee.smackjeeves.com – webcomic review

I just finished reading through the entire archive for this webcomic, and to say I “couldn’t put it down” would be somewhat of an understatement. I devoured this comic, as one might consume a meal after having fasted for a few days. The irony is, if you had simply given me the description of the [...]

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Overlord of Ravenfell

ravenfell.com – webcomic review

My review this evening strays away from the humor category I am so fond of, and ventures into a light-hearted manga/fantasy webcomic, with a twist. The comic is entitled Overlord of Ravenfell, and the twist is that the story follows an evil over-lord in training on his journey to live up to the infamy of [...]

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The Underfold

theunderfold.com – webcomic review

The Underfold is a webcomic that kept coming up in conversation with creators, and by some strange twist of fate, I had not had a chance to check it out until now. In short, I am quite glad I did. The Underfold is another hybrid webcomic, that for the most part follows a loose continuous [...]

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http://strippedcomics.com/

strippedcomics.com – webcomic review

Stripped Comics is certainly not your average webcomic. It is quite an ambitious project that essentially follow several different ‘character’ driven story-lines, which sometimes overlap. In a way, Stripped Comics operates very much like comic books; each character has their own ‘episodes’ (think short-ish continuous storylines) that are released sequentially for a period of time [...]

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www.colmics.com/

colmics.com – webcomic review

I was feeling a little run-down when I started my daily search for a comic to review, so I suppose it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I ultimately decided on something humorous. While certainly classified as a gag-a-day type comic, Colmics brand humor is one that creeps up on you. The jokes are often [...]

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Horde of Neurons

hordeofneurons.com – webcomic review

It has become increasingly difficult to decide which webcomic to review each evening, as there have been so many great suggestions. I’ve tried just about everything; darts, closing my eyes and pointing, trying to coerce Twitter to pick for me. This evening, after a rather difficult search, I settled on Horde of Neurons. I’ll warn [...]

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