Discussion in 'BOARDANIA' started by Garner, Aug 26, 2005.
This made me chuckle a bit:
I am actually laughing. This worries me.
As I speak Dutch(uguese), I will now translate:
"Hello, Mr. Toadstool!"
It has a kind of Perry Bible Fellowship feel to it...
Yeah, it's because it's morbidly twisted, isn't it? Is funny though, despite being dutch.
Rings a little Happy Tree Friends-ish to me... but yeah... chuckle.
Nice new one:
Sci Fi, good art.
Death piglet. Ba will like this one.
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A recent Dork tower about Neil Gaiman : http://archive.gamespy.com/comics/dorktower/images/comics/cbg41.gif
This particular one is mean!:lol:
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Archive trawling through this one right now:
No Pink Ponies - Updates every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Pretty funny, this one. having fun with a Britney type popstar.
He's a great artist, and I like the setting ideas, but an occasional guest author might make things perfect. I still like the comic.
Something slightly different:
(I haven't seen many flash comics around yet. - The pictures are hand drawn at first, and then programmed into the semi animations.)
Add: I was referring to "No Pink Ponies". I've browsed through "Marry me" by now and think "Eisu" profits from collaboration.
I wonder if anyone's seen this: The Adventures of Cheery Littlebottom
It's Discworld-based and quite amusing. It's just a shame it hasn't been updated since October 2006.
IgorMina: I hadn't seen the Cheery strips yet. They're actually pretty funny.
Hsing: I agree.
Re: "Lizzy". I can't read comics like that. Really annoying. gods...
I saw the Cheery one just a few days ago for the first time, which is a coinkydink. I like the artwork on the Lizzy, but some of the text is too small to read easily.
Now this is the opposite case to "No Pink Ponies": Amusing writing (so far), but not much of an artist. But the puns are nice.
David Morgan Morr (He of "Irregular Webcomic" fame) has taken the idea of "DM of the Rings" and applied it to our favourite movie franchise*:
Darths and Droids (First page)
*With blessings from the DM of the Rings guy.
Has anyone already posted this? I followed a link from the brilliant but slow-to-update Butternut Squash (current strip is a guest strip) to Good Ship Chronicles. I've just caught up on the archive - quite enjoyable, I thought. Although the jokes are sometimes a little heavy-handed, the artwork is brilliant.
Just been made aware of Garfield without Garfield. Which is a crazy idea but works brilliantly!
It's strangely poignant at times. I enjoy it more this way.
You want awesome art and a kick ass story?
By Ramón Perez, the artist from Butternutsquash.
There's actually a funnier version where garfield is still in, but, his thought bubbles are removed. Makes him a normal silent cat.
It's genius. Suddenly, Jon becomes a mad loser confined to talking to his pets.
No garfield is funny, sure. But silent garfield becomes comedy gold.
This one is a nice read, and looks good too... I hope it hasn't been posted before, but I don't think so:
It becomes better after the first chapter, which is kind of short cut.
Found this a few days back. I'm about halfway through the archives and it's wonderfully weird: Pictures for sad children
xkcd - A Webcomic - Converting to Metric just found that one over-average funny...
Lovecraft is Missing
First page is here.
Just found this via "Bellen!" (Which is a nice comic too):
The Abominable Charles Christopher.
Start here: The Abominable Charles Christopher - Episode One
It's hilarious, the art is incredible, and did I say it's hilarious?
I'm halfway through the archive now - It's brilliant!
I read the whole of that one yesterday, really good, some great characters and fantastic rtwork...
Hmm. I wanted to edit my "Abominable Charles Christopher" post and I think I accidentally deleted the entire post.
So here's it again, with the reason for the planned edit being that read through the archives.
The Abominable Charles Christopher
Fantastically drawn webcomic.
Hilarious, Sad, Spiritual (in more than one sense of the word) and just plain amazing.
First page here: The Abominable Charles Christopher - Episode One
Edit: Hmmm, I clicked the "minimize" button... D'oh...
I was going to link to Kukuburi, then I saw that Bauke already had.
I am also still loving Goblins.
You need a bit of time to get into them, but some of them are hilarious...
My fave so far:
Basic Instructions: How to Develop an Invention
I found a nice comic.
The art is a bit... Well, it's made in MS Paint, I think, and although I've seen veritable masterpieces made in MS paint, the art of this comic isn't. (Yet)
The story is "slice of life".
The reason I'm putting it here is that
a) I enjoy reading it, because the writer has a sense of humour I like.
b) It was made by a (Semi-retired? It's been 6 months since she logged on.) board member.
Fries With That? - DrunkDuck.com
Great sense of humour.
I can relate to title. It just happens to be the second most popular phrase used by session musicians. As in "Do you want fries with that?"
A few new discoveries of mine... I hope they haven't been posted somewhere else on this board before...
Rock Paper Cynic
AmazingSuperPowers: Webcomic at the Speed of Light Washing Dishes
...best explored by hitting the "random" button.
Great links, Hsing. Love the Amazing Superpowers
that was great, I think I read them all... boy do I need a life or what?
I mean I spent most of this evening going through their archives
Did you see the secret comics you get to by clickin on the question mark that appears when you hover your mouse dart over just outside the right corner of the comic?
A Discomforting Ride | EQComics
I see this one has an extra layer too, but it loads slower, it is going to take longer to see them all.
Just this one...
I'm not sure about the rest yet.
This looks promising, too:
the secret knots Archive Effects
Love XKCD, it just gets better! xkcd: Single Ladies
Is anyone else watching Penny Arcade TV? I'm enjoying it immensely.
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