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The Savage Critic(s): Hard to sell comics with shit raining from the ceiling

The Savage Critic(s) | Brian Hibbs | Happy Birthday, Ben!He's...

October 04, 2007

This is quite possibly the most mysoginistic webcomic I've ever seen

ShreddedMoose.com - Comic

CTRL+ALT+ DELETE is bad, very very bad

Your Webcomic is Bad and You Should Feel Bad: Ctrl Alt Del

CAD is one of the webcomics I loathe for its rampant unfunniness. It's entirely awful. John Solomon explains why pretty well here.

Like most, by which I mean all, gaming webcomics, CAD hopped on the Penny Arcade bandwagon as it was leaving. On this Oregon Trail of Internet shame, many webcomics died of dysentry. They starved after not shooting enough buffalo. But CAD, like other types of vermin, survived. No, it thrived. It accumulated fans like a plague victim accumulates pustules, and soon became a regular fixture in the morning routines of self-important retards everywhere.

You see, you have to be pretty fucking stupid to enjoy Ctrl Alt Del. Take a gander at three random comics I just selected. They are all terrible. I'd take the time and explain, exactly, why they are unfunny... but you can't do that. You can just point and go "This isn't funny!" Because it's not funny. It's like watching a chimp or a small child try and imitate a grown man. Buckley has glimpsed entertainment and he is trying his best to emulate it, but he just can't.

Click through for lots more.

October 03, 2007

The Comic Book Queers: Five Essential Gay Trades

The Comic Book Queers | Podcasts | Volume 4, Issue...

Berlatsky on Gay Characters in Comics

Should straight writers of superhero comics write gay characters simply...

Links to Us: Normality Restored on Universal BKV Luv

Normality Restored | Brian K Vaughn!Why the fuck didn’t I...

October 02, 2007

The Savage Critic(s): Cartooning, conspiracy and madness -- the Skippy Story

Abhay makes my jaw drop again. The Savage Critic(s) |...

October 01, 2007

Tom Tomorrow explains why the Democrats suck

This Modern World | Salon Comics

All Is Forgiven Dept.: The return of Howard the Duck

My Aunt Liz introduced me to the original Howard the...

Fantagraphics' MOME is the anthology comic people will actually buy

And they buy it because it's not a comic, it's...

Batman, The Dark Knight Returns: As retold by Adam West

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Goddamn I love this. Click through for tons more.

This Achewood Strip Made Me Laugh So Hard . . .

. . . that I lost all motor control and...

September 29, 2007

Berlatsky on the self-pity theory of superheroics and other male violence

Or, why that cry-baby puss-boy Spider-Man is a hero to...

September 28, 2007

Untold tales of the Doom Patrol!

scans_daily: Untold Tales of the Doom Patrol!

From Doom Patrol #50, by Grant Morrison and Richard Case. The issue contained a series of one page stories, showing the untold adventures of the Doom Patrol.

Fact: The Doom Patrol is one of the greatest comics ever written.