Stripy Six is a webcomic featuring Stripy the cat and his friends. The author often tells you his beliefs, using the characters as a microphone. It is not continued. Here
is the site.
Note: This comic was named after comic strips, despite what you thought it meant
This comic provides examples of:
- Anvil On Head: One was so heavy, it bent comic #8.
- Art Evolution: Ahem. It started here, but improved several times during the series' run.
- Alt Text: On select strips, mostly funny ones.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Kit, especially in comic #90
- Author Tract: The author's Christian beliefs are a staple of the series, whether he wants to be funny or not.
- Cerebus Syndrome: After Milky appeared, a lot of drama was created, and it became one of the main recurring themes. It's documented at Comixpedia
- If I Can't Have You\Love Makes You Crazy: Stripy has a Face Heel Turn, which climaxed in the #168-# 182 arc.
- MS Paint: Started in comic #17, when the author couldn't think of anything. MS Paint comics like #42 followed.
- Paint is actually the program he uses to edit comics. He just adds text.
- No Name Given: Most human characters. In fact, Paul, Stripy and Fuzzball's owner wasn't given a name until comic #166. Before then, he was called "Red Shirt Guy" by the author.
- Schedule Slip: Subverted. He double posted when that happened. Which may or may not have worsened it.
- Self-Deprecation: The author did this quite a bit in some of the earlier strips, like #10, and #15 and #16
- Slice of Life
- Stick Figure Comic: Everything from comic 1 to comic 110 could easily be considered this, with stick limbs/hands.
- Sunday Strip
- Talking Is a Free Action: In Author Tract strips, characters can say massive amounts of dialogue, whereas in real life, people would be out of breath. Particularly in Sunday strips.
- True Art Is Incomprehensible: (In-Universe example.) Stripy's comics, and any art he makes in general. It started in comic #55 1/2.
- Tsundere: Milky is a Type B version.