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    Return to Eden First page. I haven't read this yet, I plan to after I'm done posting this post.
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    Broken Mirror I haven't read this yet either.
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    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Telling Tall Tales - Linked to first strip.
    Telling Tall Tales - A Not-So-Graphic, Photographic Graphic Novel

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    Closing in on its 300th strip, http://www.ugmadness.net is, in most opinions, the best and is, no contest, the longest running comic about Magic: The Gathering.
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    Mistakes Were Made

    A comic about the browser based MMO, Urban Dead. (join today!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Somewhat Heroic

    Just a lil self whoring.

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    Last edited by Winged One; 2007-03-25 at 11:20 AM. Reason: Added another comic
    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    I would like to note for my warnings, that none of the "bloody death" is really scarringly shown, and anything labeled "sex" just means that it is spoken of or implied, but never shown, and there is no real nudity.

    OOTS AND ERFWORLD, WOO!

    Two Lumps
    This webcomic is about a pair of cats, Ebeneezer Dusk, esq. and his brother Snooch, who are a pair of cats. This comic has some great moments. Suggested for: anyone who likes cats. No warning.

    8-bit theater
    This comic is a sprite comic following the plot of the first Final Fantasy game, and has some amazingly hilarious moments, although I have felt it has been declining recently. WARNING: Bloody sprite deaths.

    Goblins
    This is an amazing DnD comic, which started out quite funny, and soon became less funny and REALLY really cool and interesting. It has begun to move more into just crazy awesome, and little less into funny, although it still has good funny moments in it. I definitely suggest this comic, especially for anyone who plays DnD. WARNING: Well drawn bloody deaths.

    Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
    SMBC is one of those single-panel punchline comics with no plot or characters, much like The Far Side. It has some amazingly funny ones, and a random comic button which is nice. WARNING: Occasional bloody death, sex implications, but no real nudity

    Inverloch
    Inverloch is a story in a fantasy world, involving a race called the Da'kor, which I actually statted for dnd. Not a humor comic, but really well-drawn and with a very good story. No warning, although there is some blood.

    LFG
    This comic is extremely hilarious. It has nothing to do with MMORPGs or games in which the phrase lfg would be used, but it is in a fantasy setting and starts with an unlikely grouping of people. Has some very funny moments. WARNING: Bloody death, evil out the wazoo.

    Misfile
    Amazing comic. Very funny, and an excellent story, well-drawn, great characters, an all-around excellent comic. The plot has progressed excellently from the beginning. I definitely suggest this one. WARNING: sex

    Something Positive
    Something Positive is a good comic, and very funny although it can be depressing or creepy at times. It makes a good show of life, and has some very funny moments. WARNING: slightly more sex implication, depressing moments, disturbing thoughts.

    Ctrl-Alt-Del
    Control-Alt-Delete is a comic about a pair of gamers, in which the first 10 strips or so all break the fourth wall, with them trying to distinguish themselves from all of the other strips about a couple gamers. This comic is amazingly funny, and I definitely suggest it, particularly for people who
    play any sort of video game. No warning.


    I know some of these have already been posted throughout the thread, but I am reposting them, with warnings and descriptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icewalker View Post
    I know some of these have already been posted throughout the thread, but I am reposting them, with warnings and descriptions.
    All of them have been posted in the thread, but I thank you for your work and I'll see what I can do about getting those descriptions into the OP's.

    Maybe we should start formulating a description/content rating/how much do you like it, for each separate comic? Anyone is welcome to do it, and I'll gladly put it up.
    Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    These are a few of the webcomics that I like that I don't see in your list yet.

    The Bastard Swordsman
    Beyond Reality
    Brat-halla
    The Challenges of Zona
    College Roomies from Hell!!!
    Crimson Dark
    The Dreamwalker Chronicles (not the same as The Dreamland Chronicles)
    Emergency Exit
    Framed!!! (completed metawebcomic)
    Gravity
    ICE ("WARNING: this comic is rated R for swearing, nudity and mature themes. It is not recommended for anyone under the age of 14.")
    Juathuur
    Magellan
    minus. (the period is not a typo)
    Parallel Dementia
    Radioactive Panda (completed Mad Science webcomic)
    Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan (casual nudity -- not porn, also totally NSFW)
    Six Seconds ("This webcomic is intended for Mature Audiences.")
    Thunder and Lightning
    Wapsi Square

    I might do more later but that's enough for now.
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    Here are a few that I feature at my website - some are mine, some aren't:

    Shades

    The Spires

    The Lumbering Dead

    The Long Vigil

    Immortality

    Rad Starjack: Elysium
    Broken Voice Comics
    Because comics are not just for kids

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    Ask Dr. Eldritch! ("Ask Dr. Eldritch is for Mature Audiences. May contain adult themes, adult language, images of violence, nudity, sexuality, and progressive thought. And maybe hot lesbian sex.")
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    Thank you for adding mine!
    Telling Tall Tales - A Not-So-Graphic, Photographic Graphic Novel

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    The first page of Heroes Inc has moved here.
    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    I would've gotten around to posting it here eventually, but since Waf's thread reminded me:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Sam and Fuzzy

    A really great Black and White webcomic.
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    Head Trip is lots of fun. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Sverd Shelgr has changed its URL to www.smtenterprises.com.

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    I couldn't help but notice Brat-halla was not on the list. Just putting it out there.
    Not really here. Just an illusion.

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    Star Cross'd Destiny, often abreviated as SXD for some reason. First comic linked to, I haven't read it yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Nerdcore: The Core Wars

    Didn't see this one on any lists. Its a combination technology/gaming/all things nerdy comic. Currently only on 129, updates once a week, but its good.
    Also is the home for Pirate Jesus and World Forum webcomics (both of which have ended their runs).
    Last edited by Tharivol123; 2007-04-04 at 11:43 PM.

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    Kagerou is one of my favorite comics around. For some reason though, I rarely seem to encounter other people who know about it.

    Platinum Grit is another interesting comic. They only update once every 6 months or something, but it's in the form of a substantial episode, and is worth checking up on every now and then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemur View Post
    Kagerou is one of my favorite comics around. For some reason though, I rarely seem to encounter other people who know about it.
    Does it update anymore, I somehow got it wouldn't? Anyway, it's damn funny but you might note it really isn't for kids. Not only by nudity (once, IIRC) but mainly content. I mean, the hero is a schizphrenic maniac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmodeus View Post
    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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    Could I mention my own Web Comic?

    Cat's Grace is a photo-comic that features an adventuring liontaur in a D&D world. Very OOTS-inspired.

    I'd love to be added to the master list, please. Thanks!
    Cayzle
    Cayzle's Wemic Site -- dishing liontaur stuff since 1999, a D&D blog since 2004, and a Web comic since 2007.

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    Shamesless promotion of my own comic. Okay, comic is perhaps a bit too much to say. It's actually just a lot of one-picture jokes and gags. I plan to do some multi-panel ones in the future.

    Right now there are three "comics" (pictures sounds stupid). "Everyone Likes Pizza... Everyone" "Cats and Walking." and "iBomb". It's not grand-scale pictures or even good art, and I mainly use it as an excuse to draw random stuff.

    All the texting (aside from most of the one in iBomb) is done by a guy with the internet alias Andor whom always tells people not to give him credit... silly person.

    Oh, the link!

    http://pictureod.smackjeeves.com/

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    Patchwork Champions First comic linked to.
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    However, the general consensus about the best way to stop a monster from attacking is to kill it. In the case of undead, we recommend killing it again.
    2 useful principles for keeping roleplaying games fun.

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