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A millenia old alien whose name is "Lucia"?

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Sounds plausive!
20th century fox? Given that this is the year 2020, that fox must be dead by now. Sadface! : (

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TheMobian wrote:My new favorite comic:
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Well, one of them :P I discovered this comic at the biginning of the new year and it is AWESOME!
I've discovered it some nights ago, and I agree, it's a really awesome, cool and funny comic! Love the draws style. New favorite of mine to follow. :) I've seen that you're there, so I've thought that you'd already reported it here. ;)
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I shall make some recommendations:

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Yes Dead Man Wonderland i love it oh and Romantically Apocalyptic.
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TinFoilHats wrote:I shall make some recommendations:

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I was going to recommend Acursed dragon as well. It became one of my top 5 favorite webcomics
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As far as pseudo-dramatic fantasy parodies go, I recomend Legend of Bill.
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Poppy O'Possum!

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A charming, gloriously witty comic about a single oppossum mom and her struggles.
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I have just discovered "Hyperbole and a Half" for the first time.

I know that it has been used as a meme and some random strips are posted on tumblr, but I had no idea what it was. I found a copy of the book at my local book shop and read it.

I was crying copiously about 10 pages in. I could relate to all the angst, sadness and regrets. But it was comforting to know that there is someone in this world that thinks sort of like how I do and has the same mental problems as me.

I found a comic called "Three" published my Image Comics. It is kind of a slap in the face to Frank Miller's "300". It is about three Helots that seek freedom by escaping their Spartan masters. Sort of a human "Watership Down". It shows just how brutal and oppressive the Spartans could be as opposed to Miller's idealizing of them.

I am almost caught up on "'68" after my comic shop mysteriously stopped ordering it for me and then never bothered to try and re order them. "Scars" picked up right where "Better Run Through The Jungle" left up with Yam escaping from the top of the embassy and ending up in a hospital whose patients had all but been abandoned. "Jungle Jim" was visceral because the main character was so war shocked he had a hard time dealing with hallucinations.
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*after digging through* A COMIC THREAD? YAAAAY!
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There was a pretty neat werewolf graphic novel on the web called Lunargyros. One of the better werewolf styles and stories that I've seen. :)
http://lunargyros.smackjeeves.com/comics/1722625/lg001/

P.S. Did anyone else know that Captain America was a werewolf at one point?
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I personally love webcomics like this and Slightly Damned. I also highly enjoy The Property of Hate, Lackadaisy, Awkward Zombie, and Savestate. Just to name a few :P
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Has to be this one and Slightly Damed also. Good thing about this webcomic is that it updates a lot quicker.

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My favorite is probably Scandinavia and the World and this one because they were my first webcomics. Runners up are Romantically Apocalyptic and another comic. Mostly because they just kinda stick in my head. I've really got too many to pick real favorites out of. I guess it just depends on the time or something.

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Speaking of werewolf webcomics, "Alpha Luna: The Werewolf Girl" is updating again.

And artist LJ Anderson has started a new web comic, "Anaria". Its got magic and a fox girl. What more could you want.

You may recognize her style. Other that being an artist active in the furry fandom, she was also an artist for the comic "Golddigger" for some time.

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Webcomics. here we go
  • Xkcd, SMBC, the whiteboard, housepets, twokinds, girl genius, grrl power, order of the stick, freefall, shlock mercenary, looking for group, full frontal nerdity, scenes from a multiverse, and many more.
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I like shorts. Shorts are comfy. Do you like shorts?

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I found an adorable comic about a wolf and his pet human.

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Deske wrote:I found an adorable comic about a wolf and his pet human.
No link?
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A link would be really nice. xP

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Wweeelllll about that. You see, the place I found is highly NSFW and if I were to post such a link I would most assuredly be banned from the forums, an outcome I wish to avoid. Although the comic itself is SFW.
It's a bit like linking to FA but you don't need and account to access the NSFW stuff.

I actually had this same problem with another comic about werewolves, it has an 18+ section and an under 18 section. But the fact that it has an 18+ section prevents me from posting that either.

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You could give us the name, and then it would be up to everybody to look it up for themselves or refrain from it.
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The first one is "The Beast and His Pet High School Girl"
Sound weird? It's not, it was translated from Japanese and I'm pretty sure that's just how the title comes out. Like I said it's adorable and SFW.

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I think I might have come across that one; does it have five volumes in total?
The art style is pretty cute, but like your typical Japanese comic, it's badly translated. At least it's understandable.
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deepskycyan wrote:I think I might have come across that one; does it have five volumes in total?
The art style is pretty cute, but like your typical Japanese comic, it's badly translated. At least it's understandable.
Yeah, 5 or 6 I think. It's not badly translated though. It's actually very easy to read unless the translators who did yours and mine are different.

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I read all the "The Beast and His Girl" strips and I can't find anything too objectionable about it. I like it. A world were humans are pets and anthropomorphic animals are in charge.

If you want some other good werewolf comics online, then also read "Alpha Luna: The Werewolf Girl" and "Paradigm Shift". Both are well written and drawn but be careful, they do contain some adult content. "Projekt: Werwolf" is a werewolf comic set during the Second World War, but the site that hosts it is down for repairs.

For some good werewolf comics in print, I suggest:
Riven
The Astounding Wolf-Man
Extinct
Wulf and Batsy
The Wolves of Odin
Feeding Ground
High Moon
Strageways: Murder Moon
Savage
Thicker Than Blood
Welcome to Hoxford
War of the Undead
Dead Irons
Black Forest
Bubba the Redneck Werewolf

just to name a few.
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http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page ... e&id=56135
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Vegas wrote:http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page ... e&id=56135
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well the one with The Punisher is real, so this isn't that hard to believe
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I though I would do an appreciation post for one of my favorite comics, " '68".
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This comic was originally intended to be a spin-off of George A. Romero's classic zombie film which premiered in 1968. Much like Romero's satirical film, the comic comments on the social and political environment at the time, mostly the Vietnam War. As war rages abroad and civil unrest rages at home the dead begin to rise and devour the living.

Some other comics I am reading lately is the latest Godzilla series "Godzilla: Rulers of Earth". I love Toho giant monster movies and they have thrown as many as they can into this comic. They even dug up more obscure monsters like Titanosaurus, Gezora, and the Gargantuas.
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The order I read the things I will talk about in is this: Prequel, Twokinds, Savestate, Sequential Art, Faux Pas, Housepets, Slightly Damned (sorry if I am not allowed to say that, it is the name of the comic), and Simon and Freddy.

Prequel only updates once a month, so I hardly talk about that.

I follow Twokinds, Housepets, Savestate, and Slightly Damned every update, and I can't wait for them to update.

I look at Faux Pas once a week, even though it updates 3 days a week.

I hardly look at Sequential Art, as it hardly ever updates.

I am still unsure about Simon and Freddy, as I have only been following that for 2 weeks, so far I have looked at every update.

Housepets is the only comic of all of them I actively participate in anything other than reading. Though, I do draw some pictures of the others on my Deviantart.

Maybe I can find some more from looking through this post, you never know. :D

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I don't think its against the rules to say "Damned" as long as it is used in the name of the webcomic.

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Amazee Dayzee wrote:I don't think its against the rules to say "Damned" as long as it is used in the name of the webcomic.
That is good news then. It is a great comic.

I also heard about this comic called Housepets. Some people say it is good, but I don't think it looks any good. I could never stay interested in it, and it has something to do with PETA. It has gone on my black list of stuff to read, unless anyone here can recommend it.
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Nah, we're just gonna pump you full of more sedatives. *brandishes needle*

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Amazee Dayzee wrote:Nah, we're just gonna pump you full of more sedatives. *brandishes needle*
So I shouldn't read Housepets? Good to know. :D

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Where to start... Well, I regularly follow Housepets!, Housepets! 1x (Stu's series), Housepets! The Series (Valerio's series), Curtailed, TwoKinds, Sandra and Woo, Forest Hill, Werechild, Furthia High, Las Lindas, Save State, Two Lumps, and Faux Paws (I'm sure that I am forgetting a few).

I recently started reading Rick's other comic The A&H Club. If it starts to become regularly updated, I'm sure I'll be following it.

I have looked at Simon and Freddy before, but I have never really read it.

I have never read Sequential Art or Slightly Damned.

Considering graphic novels, I enjoyed Darker Than Black and A Million Different Colors. I am currently reading The Dread Fall, which is the sequel to A Million Different Colors.
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SergeiTheFox wrote:Where to start... Well, I regularly follow Housepets!, Housepets! 1x (Stu's series), Housepets! The Series (Valerio's series), Curtailed, TwoKinds, Sandra and Woo, Forest Hill, Werechild, Furthia High, Las Lindas, Save State, Two Lumps, and Faux Paws (I'm sure that I am forgetting a few).

I recently started reading Rick's other comic The A&H Club. If it starts to become regularly updated, I'm sure I'll be following it.

I have looked at Simon and Freddy before, but I have never really read it.

I have never read Sequential Art or Slightly Damned.

Considering graphic novels, I enjoyed Darker Than Black and A Million Different Colors. I am currently reading The Dread Fall, which is the sequel to A Million Different Colors.
Not sure if Housepets the Series fits in with Webcomic/Comic Series/Graphic Novel, but I also read and love that.

I also HIGHLY recommend Slightly Damed. It is great.

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I just got into Vampirella, and am really enjoying it.
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I used to follow quite a few webcomics, but, for some reason, I stopped.
I really should find the time to catch up with all of them, not sure how much I've missed...
This includes Housepets!, but I already took the time to read it.
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Savestate is a fun webcomic - it's a lot like Housepets!, but more video game-oriented. It updates on Wednesdays.

I was especially impressed by today's (12/3/14) comic, which actually incorporated an animated panel: http://www.savestatecomic.com/2014/12/i-am-modem/
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Douglas Collier wrote:Savestate is a fun webcomic - it's a lot like Housepets!, but more video game-oriented. It updates on Wednesdays.
It's one of the webcomics I'm always following now. I love it mainly for its drawing style similar to Housepets!, while instead, it's barely for the stories. It's good concerning the jokes.
Douglas Collier wrote:I was especially impressed by today's (12/3/14) comic, which actually incorporated an animated panel: http://www.savestatecomic.com/2014/12/i-am-modem/
Yeah, funny and really nice. :D
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