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Ozy and Millie is great when it's not soapboxing. A little derivative, but still great.
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And I finally like Vriska. XD She's starting to be a good person, and I think it's because of her crush on John.

Also, the whole thing of Karkat shooshing Gamzee to bring him out of his rampage had me in hysterics. I was staring at my computer, saying out loud, "What is this?! :lol:"
Oh my God John and Vriska are so cute!

And the whole rampage scenario is great. Not to mention the part with Kanaya.
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06/09/12 as of tonight! I'm in Homestuck's final stretch!

These Pesterlogs are just multiplying. I very much preferred more of the narration and flash animations, but I accept the Pesterlogs because they allow for character development.

And I admit, I'm totally fangirling. You know how everyone goes through that anime stage where anime is just the best thing and oh why didn't [person] get into this sooner thing? Yeah, I'm reading fanfiction of my favorite pairings, listening to bandcamp, and wanting to buy a god tier hoodie from the site.
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The pesterlogs are the bulk of the comic! It just wouldn't be Homestuck without 'em~

So which one? What's your class? I'm the Heir of Hope, myself.
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Sleet wrote:The pesterlogs are the bulk of the comic! It just wouldn't be Homestuck without 'em~

So which one? What's your class? I'm the Heir of Hope, myself.
Is there like a description or personality quiz thing out there that I can look at? I would have to think about where I would be best suited to.
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Not to my knowledge. Especially considering they don't relate to personality too much anyway.
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Okay so, I recently started reading Homestuck and so far, it's pretty decent.
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I'm a Sylph of Breath.

http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/rvalle/h ... squiz.html

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Together we form the Heir of Breath! :P

And sure, if you want. That last one kind of died when IJustWantLove stopped showing up and it was just me and Brent but if we have two more readers, I think it could be active again!
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I really liked this furry comic
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Too bad it's on hiatus...
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I don't know if this comic has been mentioned here, but "Swords and Sausages" is a really good comic. But be warned, there is some material that some might find objectionable.

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.......ummmmm tor?
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That style looks familiar. Does the artist do any other comics?
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Sleet wrote:That style looks familiar. Does the artist do any other comics?
He also makes College Catastrophe, although he has ended that one and planning on replacing it with its sequel, Nine to Nine.
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a quick search says the same artist does College Catastrophe, and also the art for a card game called Tails and Tactics.
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He has plans for an upcoming comic too. I think it's called "Nine to Nine". I'm excited. :D

I recently started getting into a comic called Piled. Higher. Deeper. Though it's not furry, it provides mild college humor when I'm in a procrastinating mood.

And speaking of college/slice of life humor comics, does anyone have any suggestions a good comic in the previously stated genre? (I fear of the day I run out >_<)
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Oh, webcomics. I read way too many to count. Lessee here...TwoKinds, The Whiteboard, Little Tales, Housepets!, Jack, Tales of the Questor (And all of the other RHJ strips,) Sabrina Online, Manly Guys doing Manly Things, Broken Plot Device, VGCats, Suicide for Hire, and occasionally I'll read back through the Ozy and Millie archives.

So yea, a lot.

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yea......i could go all anime on you but the list will take too long to type....
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"All anime?"
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hey don't you go all grammar police on me!!!!!! :P
i am the one who shall fight the mods, i am the one who shall find the loop holes and hidden ways, i am the one who shall lead with the flag, i am part of the rebellion, and i am its weapon.

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Sleet wrote:"All anime?"
Maybe he means Manga?
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why do i even try to continue to post at night......
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Beagle wrote:My updated comic list:

Slightly Damned
Bittersweet Candy Bowl
XKCD
For Lack of a Better Comic
Questionable Content
TwoKinds
My new updated comic list:
Homestuck
TwoKinds
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For Lack of a Better Comic
Manly Guys Doing Manly Things
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Duster wrote:
Sleet wrote:"All anime?"
Maybe he means Manga?
I'm still not sure what he's referring to though.
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can anyone hear me?????? or did you deliberately pass up my explanation...
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The furry zombie comic "The Crimson Frost" is updating again on its Tumblr and Fur Affinity pages.

For video game fans, Archie comics has just started a cross over of two of its licensed titles with Sonic the Hedgehog vs Mega Man.

And after much delay, I finally read the final issue of "Godzilla: Half-Century War" and it was a excellent ending to an excellent story. And the one-shot " '68: Hardship" was awesome. The story itself is an interlude in the main story, but it will keep me satiated until the next story arc begins. For those that are unfamiliar with it, it was originally going to be a tie-in with "Night of the Living Dead" (which was released in 1968), and feature the same zombie outbreak in the Vietnam War.
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Whenever the Sonic comic crosses over with anything the result is almost always painful. It's like you can enjoy the universe if you put yourself in a bubble of suspension of disbelief, but bringing other universes into it pops it and makes you realize how silly it all is.
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Sleet wrote:Whenever the Sonic comic crosses over with anything the result is almost always painful. It's like you can enjoy the universe if you put yourself in a bubble of suspension of disbelief, but bringing other universes into it pops it and makes you realize how silly it all is.
I agree. It does the story more harm than good whenever the sonic archie comics crosses over with anthing else. Now they'll crossover with megaman...
But I know they cross over sonic with megaman to try boost the popularity of one of the comics (I don't know which has low sales, but I think it's mega man's since it's a newer comic).
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Sleet wrote:
Duster wrote:
Sleet wrote:"All anime?"
Maybe he means Manga?
I'm still not sure what he's referring to though.
In a note unrelated to the thread's topic, but hopefully helpful to comprehension, the user was applying a common American English phrase. "Don't make me go all 'X' on you," perhaps the most common variation, is typically presented as a threat, in which 'X' is replaced by something which would be unpleasant to whomever the speaker addresses. In this instance, lasthunter likely did intend to say "manga," rather than "anime." They were merely stating that, if they were to list all their favorite manga, we could be here for a while.

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thank you......
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Well, this is my actual comic list:

-Housepets!
-Slightly Damned
-Twokinds
-Sandra and Woo
-Loading Artist
-Bear Nuts
-Commander Kitty
-Caaats
-Ruthe (Funny German cartoons)
-Nicht Lustig (another German comic)
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My personal list of webcomics I follow or liked, in no particular order:
Digger.
Loading Artist ( thanks for reminding me, Huckley! :D).
The pocalypse.
Romantically apocallyptic.
Totally KOTOR.
Totally crossover.
Special level.
Billy Hong-Kong.
Furthia high (Kinda ashamed of liking this one).
Twokinds (same as above, but not nearly as much).
Housepets! (it's a pretty obscure comic, you probably have never even heard of it).
In a New Age (Chapter two, please!).
GTFoff/jodete (spaniard webcomic).
Hunter's Moon (Also spaniard comic by the same author, translated to english).
Eatattau (same as above).
Shakes and Fidget. (Ossum possum webcomic! Too bad most of the strips are in german and untranslated.)
Coffin Comics.
What's Shakin'.
Dark Legacy comics (one of the best strips I've seen in the whole of my existence).
Slightly Damned.
World of Warcraft, eh?
Daily Quests!
Teh Gladiators.
Away from Reality.
Complex actions.
Adventures of Mitch.
Delve.
Away From Reality.
College Catastrophe.
Swords and Sausages.
Freefall.
Out of World.
The Black Dragons Chronicles.
By the Book.
Sarah and Kleeyo.
Sandra and Woo.
A Redtail's Dream.
Snow by Night.
Endtown.
Legend of Bill (as well as it's spin-offs).
Superfogeys.
Pinkerton Park.
Imagine This.
Scapula.

That's all I can recall right now, I'll update if I remember more.

As for graphic novels, I would very much love to get my hands on the whole Watchmen series (got hooked up through the movie, stupid Dr. Manhattan.) and also Nordguard: Across Thin Ice.
I would specially prefer Nordguard, but there are at least three problems that prevent me from reading it:
1) I don't have any money of my own.
2) Ask my parents for money to buy a furry comic book? Seriously?
3) I find it morally reprehensible to have anything to do with, or actually giving money to, the same pair of girls behind so much... creepy stuff...
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angelusbr wrote:
Sleet wrote:Whenever the Sonic comic crosses over with anything the result is almost always painful. It's like you can enjoy the universe if you put yourself in a bubble of suspension of disbelief, but bringing other universes into it pops it and makes you realize how silly it all is.
I agree. It does the story more harm than good whenever the sonic archie comics crosses over with anthing else. Now they'll crossover with megaman...
But I know they cross over sonic with megaman to try boost the popularity of one of the comics (I don't know which has low sales, but I think it's mega man's since it's a newer comic).
I have seen stranger cross overs.

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I read the article and sinopsis about that cross-over on whiskypedia some years ago. (I'm such a hipster)
Too bad the Punisher wasn't tasked with killing Archie's identical look-alike. I HATE characters I don't know anything about!
20th century fox? Given that this is the year 2019, that fox must be dead by now. Sadface! : (

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Since the topic of the Sonic Megaman crossover came up not that long ago, I thought I'd put my two cents in (since, you know, I'm actually on Bumbleking Forums and a HUGE sonic fan).

I agree that in the past, Sonic crossovers have been less than successful, but I can give at least a gazillion reasons why this one is actually going to work, But really, It all boils down to this:
Both comics are published by Archie Comics Inc., and both have the exact same creative team working on them. That means both titles are written by the same writer, both titles are drawn, inked, and coloured by the same artists, and both comics are done in pretty much the same style.
Because of this, theres going to be virtually no clashes in style between the comics. No crazy realistic humans running around with cartoony fur balls. No edgy and dark characters playing patty-cake with children, and most importantly, since Ian Flynn has been writing all the stories for Megaman (since the comic began) and Sonic (from issue #160 to now (#250)), both the characters and the story aren't going to go through any changes in how they are usually written for.

Flynn is an insane writer, and I have a ton of faith in him that he's going to pull this thing off, especially since the odds (all the stuff I mentioned above) are tipped massively in his favour.
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Fair enough. I have a decent amount of faith in Ian Flynn.
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I would say that you are right. I've never really been that big of a Sonic fan, but friend of mine showed me a comic where they crossed Sonic over with Image comics. It was trippy that Sonic and friends come to Earth and the first person they meet is Spawn. That killed me!
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:I would say that you are right. I've never really been that big of a Sonic fan, but friend of mine showed me a comic where they crossed Sonic over with Image comics. It was trippy that Sonic and friends come to Earth and the first person they meet is Spawn. That killed me!
lol, but that is a perfect example of a crossover that clashed horribly =P
Whether the story was good or not is really up to the individual reader, but Sonic and friends looked REALLY out of place in the world of Image comics, that much can be said for sure. :P

...although, I do have to admit, Patric Spaz sure made the cover art LOOK LIKE it would fit.
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It is too bad that artist doesn't do all that comics art, interior and exterior, all the time. He is very talented.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:It is too bad that artist doesn't do all that comics art, interior and exterior, all the time. He is very talented.
Well, he's done a ton of cover art for the comic over the years. There was a time when he was actually the only cover artist they ever used, and each cover was amazing! :mrgreen:
But ol' Spaz is a perfectionist, he takes a long time to do his art, and also gets a lot of opportunities to work for other comics all the time (Like Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Mega Man, and a ton of others). In fact, the only reason the sonic comics can ever afford to keep him doing cover art for them is because Spaz got his start with Archie Sonic, so they get special privileges :P
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Good news everyone!

"The Roomies" is not dead. It just went on a very long unplanned hiatus. The creator has an update that promises new strips sometime in the near future.

http://roomies.starfieldcreations.com/
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