History Gush / WebComics

26th Apr '17 4:52:34 PM Golondrina
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* I spent the better portion of my afternoon making a TVTropes page for ''GoodbyeChains'', an underrated web comic, because I'm hopelessly addicted to it. True, there isn't much of a grand story (yet for all I know), but the clever writing and character interacts (especially between the two main characters) are a delight. Plus it has gay. Yes, I am a YaoiFangirl. Though it doesn't fall into the stereotypical gay territory and the story doesn't focus on that aspect.

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* I spent the better portion of my afternoon making a TVTropes page for ''GoodbyeChains'', ''Webcomic/GoodbyeChains'', an underrated web comic, because I'm hopelessly addicted to it. True, there isn't much of a grand story (yet for all I know), but the clever writing and character interacts (especially between the two main characters) are a delight. Plus it has gay. Yes, I am a YaoiFangirl. Though it doesn't fall into the stereotypical gay territory and the story doesn't focus on that aspect.
15th Apr '17 12:44:30 PM nombretomado
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** Another noteworthy (and awesome) thing about SlightlyDamned is that, unlike many other webcomics, there was an actual plan for the overall story all the way from the start. Going back and reading some of the first strips, you notice tons of forshadowing and hints about events that would not be properly revealed until four or five years later in the comics run. That's pretty damn impressive.

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** Another noteworthy (and awesome) thing about SlightlyDamned ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' is that, unlike many other webcomics, there was an actual plan for the overall story all the way from the start. Going back and reading some of the first strips, you notice tons of forshadowing and hints about events that would not be properly revealed until four or five years later in the comics run. That's pretty damn impressive.
16th Feb '17 10:39:45 PM Averagemoe
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** The Bad Webcomics Wiki actually gave it a [[http://badwebcomicswiki.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Ozy_and_Millie positive review]], to make the other comics they've reviewed look worse in comparison.
7th Jan '17 9:59:40 AM nombretomado
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* As a huge VideoGame/MetalGearSolid fan, TheLastDaysOfFoxhound managed to make me look at the whole series in a different light. It's a superb comic, and like ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', it does CerebusSyndrome right, still being awesomely funny a few strips away from a massive DownerEnding.

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* As a huge VideoGame/MetalGearSolid fan, TheLastDaysOfFoxhound Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFoxhound managed to make me look at the whole series in a different light. It's a superb comic, and like ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', it does CerebusSyndrome right, still being awesomely funny a few strips away from a massive DownerEnding.
27th Nov '16 1:38:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''Webcomic/WintersInLavelle'' is desperately in need of a mention. The plot, so far, is sort of like that of [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]], but with the awkward religious themes removed and a concentrated dose of awesome pumped in. The characters are well-written and realistic, but also [[WhamEpisode mind-bendingly unpredictable]]. The artwork is already good and working its way through [[ArtEvolution subtle-yet-amazing improvements]]...why are you still reading this? Go [[http://wintersinlavelle.com/?p=13 read the comic]] already!

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* ''Webcomic/WintersInLavelle'' is desperately in need of a mention. The plot, so far, is sort of like that of [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]], but with the awkward religious themes removed and a concentrated dose of awesome pumped in. The characters are well-written and realistic, but also [[WhamEpisode mind-bendingly unpredictable]]. The artwork is already good and working its way through [[ArtEvolution subtle-yet-amazing improvements]]...why are you still reading this? Go [[http://wintersinlavelle.com/?p=13 read the comic]] already!
26th Nov '16 9:11:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''HowIKilledYourMaster'' has interesting characters and surprisingly awesome action. But what puts it here is the orgasmic art - especially the new coloured strips. Liu Wong is slowly becoming extremely awesome as well.

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* ''HowIKilledYourMaster'' ''Webcomic/HowIKilledYourMaster'' has interesting characters and surprisingly awesome action. But what puts it here is the orgasmic art - especially the new coloured strips. Liu Wong is slowly becoming extremely awesome as well.
24th Oct '16 5:15:21 PM dlchen145
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* Webcomic/WhiteNoise. Art quality rarely seen on the web (which unfortunately limits it to one-a-week), outstanding characters, an excellent AfterTheEnd scenario, and heaps of sheer {{Badass}}ery? Sign me up!

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* Webcomic/WhiteNoise. Art quality rarely seen on the web (which unfortunately limits it to one-a-week), outstanding characters, an excellent AfterTheEnd scenario, and heaps of sheer {{Badass}}ery? badassery? Sign me up!



* Most Korean webtoons, but especially {{Noblesse}} is awesome. It is filled with extremely {{Badass}} actions who are responsible for many cool fights, AMAZING art style and [[TheBeautifulElite very VERY attractive]] male characters, fascinating story that picks up quickly, and has a very good balance between humor and action.

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* Most Korean webtoons, but especially {{Noblesse}} is awesome. It is filled with extremely {{Badass}} badass actions who are responsible for many cool fights, AMAZING art style and [[TheBeautifulElite very VERY attractive]] male characters, fascinating story that picks up quickly, and has a very good balance between humor and action.
19th Sep '16 8:41:23 AM StFan
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* MenInHats is one of the best webcomics out there. The comic is unrelentingly dark, with no chances for any of the characters to get a clue or be nicer. It shows complete hilarity at every turn, with amazing degrees of idiocy and sociopathy. Check it out when you can.

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* MenInHats ''Webcomic/MenInHats'' is one of the best webcomics out there. The comic is unrelentingly dark, with no chances for any of the characters to get a clue or be nicer. It shows complete hilarity at every turn, with amazing degrees of idiocy and sociopathy. Check it out when you can.
4th Sep '16 1:42:18 PM nombretomado
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* See, [[Tropers/WragnaroqRMaggeddon I]] know I really shouldn't, but I just have to recommend AnsemRetort. Yes, it's BlackComedy at it's finest. Yes, you can feel yourself getting a bit closer to hell every time you laugh. Yes, you will be offended if you have had a pulse at some point over the last fifteen years. Is it still ''freaking hilarious?'' YES.

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* See, [[Tropers/WragnaroqRMaggeddon I]] know I really shouldn't, but I just have to recommend AnsemRetort.''Webcomic/AnsemRetort''. Yes, it's BlackComedy at it's finest. Yes, you can feel yourself getting a bit closer to hell every time you laugh. Yes, you will be offended if you have had a pulse at some point over the last fifteen years. Is it still ''freaking hilarious?'' YES.
17th Jul '16 12:52:06 AM Psychadelico
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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Webcomic/Narbonic Narbonic]] is a wonderful romp through a geeky world of mad scientists and Dungeon and Dragons players. The writing's smart (in both pacing and dialogue), the jokes are funny (and only dropped when the story ''really needs it''), the stories range from madcap to gripping to poignant. The characters walk the fine line between believable human and straight-up cartoons. It maintains a brisk pace despite the gag-a-day style. In short, it takes itself seriously, while never forgetting to have fun. It can be found, along with optional writer's commentary (which itself is wonderful) [[http://narbonic.com/comic/july-31-august-5-2000/ here]]. Have fun!
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