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I hate myself and I want to die.
Hard to say. I used to like _For Better or For Worse_ for its depth of characterization, but now I feel the series slowing down somewhat. Still better read in a collection rather than 4 panels a day, though.
I like some of the 1960s Peanuts. Wait, they don't print those much anymore anyway...
I like Heart of the City. That's fun, though a bit repetitive. Maybe I should give a TPB collection a look.
Calvin and Hobbes. Wait, that's not around anymore...
Bloom County and Outland.
"With my feet upon the ground, I lose myself between the sounds
And open wide to suck it in, I feel it move across my skin.
I'm reaching up and reaching out, I'm reaching for the random, or what ever will bewilder me.
And following our will and wind we may just go where no one's been.
We'll ride the spiral to the end and may just go where no one's been.
Spiral out. Keep going"
"Be ashamed to die unless you have won some victory for humanity." -Horace Mann
Calvin and Hobbes... enough said... look at my avatar!
"They say this place is evil, but that's not why I stay." - Warren Zevon
Liberty Meadows, Ernie, the Duplex, and Fox Trot are all great strips. And Citizen Dog.
I always get a kick out of Baby Blues...
Don't you people understand!?!
Robot Man and Popeye. The old Popeye strips are absolutely hilarious. And for some reason, I don't like Robot Man as much now that it's just "Monty". I dunno, maybe it's the new characters or maybe Robot Man really helped out the strip...or maybe the writing is finally starting to slip. It's still one of the best strips out there, though.
Paco hates spoilers. Do not anger him.
Quite a few, actually. It was Calvin and Hobbes and The Far Side when they were being produced, but if I had to pick a favorite still being produced, I'd pick Doonesbury. Also like Dilbert, the web-based comic strip PVP, and Baby Blues.
Originally posted by Foley Is Good
It's a close tie.....
Dilbert and Garfield.
I rarely read the papers anymore..
Anyway, my fav comics @ the moment are all online fantype comics.
The Sev Comics - Which include Sev Trek, Sev Wars, Pits, Twist...and they are all interactive. It's where I got my LotR avatar.
MegaTokyo - An Awesome strip with great artwork. Very funny (IMHO)
8-Bit Theater - The king of the Sprite Comics (Comics made with Sprites from video games) Only Updated every other day though. =[
Bob & George - Another Sprite Comic..and the site has a number of Sub Comics, many of which are just as funny! =]
Going with online comics, I agree, PVP is great. I also enjoy Dork Tower, which is a comic about gamers/comic collectors. It never fails to make me laugh.
I also highly enjoy Nodwick, but it's only updated once a week. There is a bimonthly Nodwick comic (as well as bimonthly PVP and Dork Tower comics), so I guess I can't complain about the wait too much, especially when it's quality stuff.
Yes, I highly praise the Dork Storm Press....
Mutts (Patrick McDonnell) - Like "Peanuts" if it focused on animals.
Funky Winkerbean (Tom Batiuk) - Batiuk truly knows how to tug at the heartstrings and make you laugh, sometimes both at once.
Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. (Tom Toles) - I just love the ironies.
The Boondocks (Aaron McGruder) - Incredibly confrontational, but also insightful. Plus, anyone who despises the title "Attack of the Clones" is alright with me.
Liberty Meadows (Frank Cho) - This one snuck up on me (in comic book form). A fine, funny mix of "Bloom County", "Calvin & Hobbes" and something I can't put my finger on.
Zits (Jim Borgman and Jerry Scott) - It's scary how much I can relate with Jeremy.
Dilbert (Scott Adams) - I just love it. What more can I say?
I feel that a big problem with today's society is that we don't listen to our fellow man -- especially when I'm talking.
"Never be afraid to borrow from those wiser than yourself." - Mr. Jimmy (voice of David Arquette) on "Pelswick"
"What do I care what some yahoo like Lonestarr posts on the internet?" - President Skroob (voice of Mel Brooks) on "Spaceballs: the Series"
Links in a chain: DeviantArt | Fanfiction.net | Mr. Cellophane
I rarely read the comics, but when I do, I enjoy Zits.
For an online comic, I like Schoolbooks and Brimstone at nethersphere.com. The author doesn't post consistently, but when she does, they're very funny strips about schools and education in general.
"I would rather live crazy than die sane."--Darien Fawkes, "The Invisible Man"
"Five White House staffers in a room. I would like to say to the 1.6 of you who are stoned right now that it's time to share."--Josh Lyman, "The West Wing"
Beetle Bailey (Mort Walker's mid-70's work was a riot!)
I'd have to say my favorite, is an online comic strip known as "Sinfest". Its not a bad comic, (bad as in..hellbound?), but basically, its about a couple of hallarious characters(mirrors of the modern world, really..), and has various religious aspects(God & the Devil are characters...FUNNY!)
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