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    It's still going? Are they going to ignore the fact that they blew up a moon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RationalGoblin View Post
    It's still going? Are they going to ignore the fact that they blew up a moon?
    Hey, George Lucas did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens_cry View Post
    Hey, George Lucas did.
    That's no moon, that's...

    Oh. Right.


    Thing is, the comic has the potential of a great, intriguing storyline. It has great art. Lar is a great artist. And then, somehow, they just mess it up. It's kinda irritating actually. I check in every couple of weeks in the hope that the plot is finally going somewhere, but then it never does.
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    Here's the flaw I see in Webcomics
    Dominic Deegan- suitable for readers, which are like the one on the right side (Left is the snarkers).
    Looking for Group- Too much dead baby comedy
    Goblins- Thunt is opening up too much frontlines of the storylines, leaving behind many groups.
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    Well, at least we'll still have new strips of Ctrl-Alt-Del and 8-Bit Theater to look forward to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acanous View Post
    oh come now, it's not that bad. We're not talking Dominic Deegan here :p
    The Creatos are pretty cool, and the comic doesn't take itself too seriously, but has a pretty decent plot- it's easy to follow, the art is good, and so long as you remember that the whole sory is set inside of an MMO/D&D/some kind of game system as evidenced by the early comics, you can roll with things like a moon exploding.

    Besides, how can you hate a comic with such Style?
    I think the only reason I still read it, especially after that comic, is that I haven't updated my links to comics I check daily in years. (Last time I updated it, Bob & George, Homestarrunner & 8-Bit Theater were all still active.) Your link there reminds me to remove it, and several others, and add a few different ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by t209 View Post
    Here's the flaw I see in Webcomics
    Goblins- Thunt is opening up too much frontlines of the storylines, leaving behind many groups.
    He has 3 lines currently, and one of those is waiting for a another to catch up to it, so he's only got 2 active lines. That's not a huge amount. It also looks like it will collapse into fewer soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-O-E View Post
    It's like a boring Dominic Deegan.
    Woah. Hey.

    While I don't read the comic nor particularily enjoy it, this isn't something to throw around lightly.
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    I'm sure there are webcomics we've all read and didn't like or never got hooked on or just lost interest in; why do so many people feel the need to jump up and shout "I hated LFG before it was popular to be a hater!" like it's some sort of accomplishment?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mephit View Post
    Woah. Hey.

    While I don't read the comic nor particularily enjoy it, this isn't something to throw around lightly.
    I have read enough of both. Trust me, I know what kind of comparison I'm making.
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    Perhaps relevantly to the original suggestion that destroying the moon will end the lfg world, the characters are now being attacked by werewolves (or possibly weresquirrels). Are these events linked? In any other comic, I'd assume so. However it's now over 10 comics since the moon was destroyed, and I doubt they have the attention span necessary for linking details like this.
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