It's about, uh...magical doctors, solving bizarre magical diseases. Most people who read it keep saying that the art is so-so (and I agree) but the writing is pretty nice and makes up for it, so just squint a bit and grit your teeth when you read the first chapter and you should get through it. I've gotten better lately. I've been doing it for over two years, so my art HAD to improve a little.
Last edited by Speedball : 04-24-2011 at 02:41 AM.
1000 years ago, ten great scientists sought to change the world through their inventions.Now,the residents of the world continue to learn to cope with the world they now live in. http://spiddrelli.thecomicseries.com/(This is Clay's webcomic,I was surprised how good it was the first time I read it,I got addicted to it,and if you guys like the comic,just vote for it,because that's like free advertising for him and he need's help getting the comic exposure.)He update's frequently so check the website out from time to time.So subscribe if you like it,read it,and enjoy.I want people to see his comic,because it's good and it has potential.Oh and did I mention it's animated and in color? (Taken from my other thread check it out.)Can you add this one on this list.
I am trying to not add any webcomics to my reading list apart from OOTS and Erfworld. However I just discovered this love/hate website
and I think it would be great to get all your favourite websites voted on there.
Two young, able-bodied, cisgendered, educated, middle-class, attractive white people have teamed up to tell the world everything it’s doing wrong.
SighFive.com is an exploration of the line between the absurd and the obscene, why we marginalise the Other and why it feels so good, why feminists need to keep a close eye on science, and how many times we can draw Jesus looking stupid before we get hit with a Denial-of-Service attack from a Christian faith group.
It's about two guys, Greg and Ted, a year removed from college as they find their way through life in New York City. It's a buddy-buddy comedy, at least that's the impression I'm hoping to make. If you have time, feel free to stop on by. Greg and Ted could always use the company. Thanks for reading.
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here's my tri-weekly comic about a delusion bar owner, two friends, a human punching bag, and an invisible pink rabbit.
add to that marketing satire/parody, and wildly switching styles and cast and you have aterriblemind.com
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