The Daily Routine: Links to My Favorite Comic Sites:
I enjoy comics and cartoons. Not enough room to include all my
favorites, darn it. Here are a few:
Kevin & Kell Bill Holbrook's tale of a
rabbit married to a wolf, mixed well with computers.
- User Friendly the Comic
Strip: A down-to-earth look at computing.
- 9 Chickweed
Lane Edda and Juliette Burber deal with life despite the
help of friends.
pixilated fairy and a compassionate succubus fall for a pianist, and
that's the simple explanation.
- Wapsi Square:
Another tale of Pre-Columbian love as Mayan semi-deities prepare to reset
- Sluggy Freelance A little
bit of insanity to start your day off right.
- Li'l Abner
Nostalgia. Al Capp rehashed is still entertaining, but this
rehashing is getting redundant..
Webcomics - M/W/F
Freefall Where would you
find a female wolf engineer? On a space ship, natch. AI, too.
(m/w/f) Steam-punk with cyber spooky cuties. I like it.
Webcomics - (and infrequently):
Dan & Mab's Furry Adventures:
Amber Williams produces some cute and amusing characters - cubi, dragons,
fuzzies and furries. Check it out.
- Two Kinds: Written and drawn by Tom Fischbach about the life of Flora, a tigergirl in love with a human.
- Count Your Sheep: A little girl
and her mother share Ship, an imaginary companion. By Adrian
- The Wisdom of Moo:
Another Ramos original - toys try to rescue their girl from growing up.
- No Room for Magic:
Ramos again. (Oh, I get it. Magic is the wild girl)
- God Mode: Ramos plays
- MegaTokyo: Manga-ish, Otaku-ish,
one of the original web-comics
Than Cheeses: (This one is
stupid, moronic, imbecilic, brutal, harsh, but dang it can be funny. +/-
- Galaxion: Romantic Sci/Fi.
Crew of starship try to keep it together as a new drive is being tested.
Once a Month:
The Sabrina comic is innocent/cute but naughty/mature, and
parents should view before turning their children loose on it.
sure Eric wouldn't mind the additional adult readers. ^_^).
Oooo, look! Small Print!
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Comics are changing. Once upon a time you got your daily
fill of comics by reading newspapers. Nowadays, you can find most all your
comics on the web, but there is a catch. Somebody paid for the newspaper
where you read your comics - somebody must pay for posting today's comics on the
web, and all those ads that clutter the fringes aren't enough. Until we
find a satisfactory solution, I expect we'll see more of the 'pay-as-you-go'
method of financing the 'free' comics on the internet. Expect to see some
changes in this page as time goes on.
Just my opinion. sighned, James.
Last changed: 10/02/09