Here are most of the ones I read:
Its about some people who work at a computer gaming magazine
Webcomic from a guy in Alaska about paint ball.
Generic gaming webcomic, One of the first realy good ones(Be warned of some F-Bombs)
What you do when you get the blue screen of death
Good comic about Computer/Video games, Features robotic X-Box.
3 Webcomics about some computer game developers, a guy who owns a paintball field, and a game store.
Turn Signals on a Land Raider
Warhammer 40,000 based comic, Funny.
The Order of the Stick
RPG based comic, original stuff.
Comic that uses Final Fantisy sprites, Funny most of the time.
This guy takes spam e-mails and makes webcomics out of them.
The Pet Professional
A comic about a hitman who kills pets :confused3:
Thats all I can say about it
Bruno the Bandit
A comic set in the Middle ages about a theef
The Unspeakable Vault (Of Doom)
A comic about the Eldar gods in H. P. Lovecraft's Mythos series
Star Trek/StarWars spoof comic
Alien Loves Predator
Its about A Predator and his roommate who is an Alien
The best for last This guy uses LEGO's and RPG minis to make 15 or so comics, Very good.
- Last edited Sat Apr 9, 2005 4:14 pm (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Wed Mar 9, 2005 8:58 am
It's been awhile since I read Irregular Webcomic. It just didn't make me laugh.
On the other hand, Alien Loves Predator and The Order of the Stick are two of the funniest strips out there.
I'd also recommend Sluggy Freelance (www.sluggy.com). It's one of the oldest webcomics, and one of the best. Storylines can be difficult to follow sometimes, though.
I used to read a lot of these but forced myself to delete them when I found I spent an hour each day after work rummaging through all of them, only to find my life was slipping away .
Schlock Mercenary is one of the best webcomics
Tom "Snicker Daddy" Pancoast
I used to read a lot of these but forced myself to delete them when I found I spent an hour each day after work rummaging through all of them, only to find my life was slipping away
That's why I only read a few of them regularly. I have a daily stable of 8-10 (which I previously posted about: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geekforum.php3?action=viewthrea...), and my web browser (Avant Browser) has a handy "Open All Favorites in This Folder" option. I just open my daily sites all at once each day and it only takes a couple minutes to read them.
The Geek didn't make it into the daily site folder, because I use it way more than just daily... I guess you could say that BGG sucks..... my time away.