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Lugath jared
September 4th, 2002, 12:04 AM
Anyone here read Sluggy Freelance ?

Okay, so it may NOT be a comic book, strictly (it's a webcomic), but, it has been published in books, so, theoretically, it should count.

For all those wondering what it is, it's a daily comic, about the adventures of two freelance bums, a freelance web designer, Torg, his bddy, freelance Inventor, Riff. they get ionto the most hilarious and insane of adventures.

This is the URL:

www.sluggy.com (http://www.sluggy.com)

Since it's been in running for 5 years now, and it has been compiled into 7 books, I'd suggest you start from Book1 to know what's going.

The first chapter was quite boring, but trust me, Chapter 2 was very good ;D

Thonoir
September 4th, 2002, 06:55 PM
I've not read Sluggy yet (this is a fly by posting) but I'll check it out on the morrow.

Another awesome web comic is Sinfest.

http://www.sinfest.net

Top quality stuff. There are tons more on Keenspot

http://www.keenspot.com

Lugath jared
September 11th, 2002, 04:44 AM
Originally posted by Thonoir
I've not read Sluggy yet (this is a fly by posting) but I'll check it out on the morrow.

Another awesome web comic is Sinfest.

http://www.sinfest.net

Top quality stuff. There are tons more on Keenspot

http://www.keenspot.com

Kenspot is quite a good place for comics.

Now, where did this guy go, and has he read the nifty comic yet ?

Kalmakka
January 11th, 2003, 07:13 AM
Here are my favorite web cartoons:

Professor Ashfield (http://www.ashfieldonline.com): The mad scientist from Keenspot clones humans and give the finger to people on the other side of walls of pure time. Stupid, yes. Funny, yes. Good drawings, no. Actually it is just the same drawing over and over.

Goats (http://www.goats.com): Meet jon: the web cartoonist, Phillip: his beer drinking friend, Toothgnip: a goat wearing the panties of potency, and Diablo: personal friend of Satan and a chicken. Really funny stuff.

Wigu (http://www.wigu.com): This one is really great. It's about what goes on in the life of little Wigu. As it has used one year of comics to pass through three days, you can guess that it's quite a lot going on.

And of course Modem Man (http://www.liquidspin.com/modemman/): This comic was drawn by a friend of mine. Graphics it poor. Story is funny and absurd. Though, probably it is better when you have met people like 'stupid family member'. It is autobiographical about a little kid with only a 56k modem trying to survive in the broadband world.