You should read these webcomics as well

Read the first round of webcomic recommendations here!

It’s finals week here at Northeastern. My orgo final is this Friday. I actually need to get stuff done. 

So while I’m doing that, go and read these awesome webcomics:

Cucumber Quest – An adorable comic about bunnies going on an epic adventure together that also parodies stereotypical fantasy stories.

Three Word Phrase – A series of random, often non-sequitur comic strips. Half the time, I swear, I have no idea what’s going on.

Kid RaddI’m recycling this from my super-old blog. It’s basically the comedic story of a fictional video game character who escapes his game and has to adjust to life in cyberspace. Somehow it turns into an existential-action-adventure epic. The entire comic, which was completed in 2004, is composed of 8-bit sprites all designed by the author. Though it’s a bit long, it’s definitely worth the read.

A Modest Destiny – While we’re talkin’ sprite comics, this is one of my first and favorite webcomics. This is another comic that begins as a humorous, fantasy RPG parody but turns into a much deeper, emotional story. All of the sprites and backgrounds, again, are created entirely by the author rather than ripped from video games. Unfortunately, the comic is on what looks like permanent hiatus.

ADDITIONALLY: Anyone have any recommendations? Seriously, though. Good webcomics are hard to come by.

You should read these webcomics

I started blogging by writing about comics. It was embarrassing. But even after I ended it, I still feel the need to share! Thus, quickly, here are some great webcomics I’ve been reading lately. Why webcomics? Well, they’re free, accessible, and absolutely awesome!

1. Buni — a wordless, dark humor comic about a cute bunny whose life sucks. Cyanide and Happiness recommended it a while back.

 2.  feel afraid — An offbeat comic featuring often anticlimatic, random, and morbid humor.

3. Two Guys and Guy — a comic strip about a girl named “Guy” and her two guyfriends. The comic focuses on the friends’ lives, with hilarious results.

Romantically Apolcalyptic — a humorous post-apocalyptic comic showing the lives of survivors in a radioactive wasteland. The main character is “Zee Captain,” a slightly loopy man wearing a captain’s hat. The art is incredible, too!

Interested? Read them! Not interested? Don’t! But I highly recommend all of these, if you’re into that kind of thing.

Also, happy birthday to my dearest sissy! Congrats on reaching the wonderful, wonderful panlindromic year of 22! And, for that matter, thanks for putting up with me for 18 of those precious years!

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