Webcomics

Just a thread to share some webcomics that you like. Try to link the original creator if possible.

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This one seems a bit bleak but it’s also gas.

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I haven’t read them in years, but they are awesome:

Full Frontal Nerdity:

Nodwick:

Dork Tower:

Now something I am still reading. It is a Webtoon so maybe it counts, the best intrigue scenario I have ever seen in anything drawn? Tower of God … if you think that silly things like “Game of Thrones” have “intrigue” then that will change your mind.

The only manga/manwha I’ve ever read twice. (there is an anime of it, but I have not watched it)

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I really like SMBC as well, especially the ones that are longer social commentary, like these

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I didn’t think a comic with stick figures could make me feel strong emotions

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I’m not up to date anymore, but this is a brilliant web comic :slight_smile:

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Waaah, pandemic AND polar night. :anguished: Sorry. :anguished: Let us know if we can do anything for you.

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My gf finds some good dog/animal comics every now and the that we can relate to

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I don’t know of any webcomic worth mentioning here, and this is gonna be a little off-topic, but one of my all-time favourites is Calvin&Hobbes. So sorry if I don’t bring anything new to your attention, but here’s one that always cracks me up:

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Have you seen Hobbes and Bacon? It’s a fan tribute made by a now defunct webcomic “Pants are Overrated”.

They also made a few others that can be found via Google.

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I wonder if many kids today would enjoy Calvin and Hobbes. Could be an idea for a Christmas present for my sister :slight_smile:

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I don’t know about kids, but last year I bought a ten volumes full history of C&H. Wonderful present to myself. :grin:

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I’ve started reading mine again after Piggy’s post yesterday :stuck_out_tongue:

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Interesting, here is the USA, we own the edition of “The Complete Calvin and Hobbes” published as a three volume set.

Do you read it in English or a translation?


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I’d prefer English, but I’ve always found only translations, so I have to go with the flow.
I don’t think there are many puns though, and the translations look good enough to me.

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Translation.
I have complete Little Nemo in English though. :grin:

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