Webcomics Recommendations:

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201 Bluespade16th May 2012 05:02:33 AM from Fort Worth, Texas , Relationship Status: I only want you gone
If you like superheros and animesque stuff, give Kiwi Blitz a try. It's mostly humor with a serious story as well, broken up into several arcs. It follows a 14 year old girl with a gigantic battle mech who decides to become a superhero, and it follows the standard superhero format pretty well while handling the nonsensical aspects a bit more realistically than most, but overall it's pretty lighthearted and fun.

edited 16th May '12 5:04:37 AM by Bluespade

202 TotemicHero16th May 2012 02:05:14 PM from the next level , Relationship Status: Abstaining
Up and at 'em
Psycho Frea X, I recommend Rusty and Co. if that's what you're looking for.
204 MetaFour16th May 2012 04:06:25 PM from the edge of the sun
205 PsychoFreaX16th May 2012 05:19:17 PM from Transcended Humanity
Well that's quite a few suggestions. I guess each a try.
206 Noaqiyeum16th May 2012 07:10:18 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
The it-thingy
I suggest The Dreamland Chronicles.

edited 16th May '12 7:11:30 PM by Noaqiyeum

207 LoniJay20th May 2012 11:55:53 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
I would recommend Paranatural and Powernap. Both have a somewhat goofy art style, comedy, and also action.

Unfortunately both are rather short, archive-wise.

edited 21st May '12 12:23:02 AM by LoniJay

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Seconding the recommendation for Paranatural
209 Noaqiyeum21st May 2012 09:31:57 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
The it-thingy
I have a generic recommendation: Myst: The Book of Atrus is being adapted to webcomic. :D

'Tis greyscale and sweet. ^_^
Hey Loni, thanks for those recs. I'm now in love with both those comics. Any more in that style?
211 Noaqiyeum26th May 2012 01:54:05 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
The it-thingy
Can anyone recommend things similar to Lackadaisy? The archives were disappointingly short...
212 LoniJay27th May 2012 08:20:13 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
@NLK: Sorry, I can't think of any more at the moment. But I'm glad you like them smile

edited 27th May '12 8:21:51 PM by LoniJay

Be not afraid...
Definitely not a weirdo
[up][up]What about Lackadaisy do you like?
214 Noaqiyeum27th May 2012 10:32:56 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
The it-thingy
Mmm... amazing artwork, setting, unique individual characterisation, and the sort of not-quite-ensemble approach it takes to casting. (I know it shares those last three with Baccano! but I expect finding another great series that aligns to such the same extent might be too much to hope for.)
215 LoniJay27th May 2012 10:44:21 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
@NLK: Oh, I thought of another recommendation that is sort of similar in terms of the bright art style and action/comedy. Have you read Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name ?

The page designs are really quite arty and always interesting. The characters are good, as well, but sadly I think it's a dead work, so if that bothers you you might prefer not to start it.

edited 27th May '12 10:52:33 PM by LoniJay

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216 BearyScary28th May 2012 01:00:30 AM , Relationship Status: Above such petty unnecessities
I like Gloomverse, it's cute and whimsical. Do we have a tropes page for that one yet?
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217 TotemicHero28th May 2012 05:12:28 AM from the next level , Relationship Status: Abstaining
Up and at 'em
No, we do not. Fire up your editing powers, and go off and create the page, you crazy person, you. tongue
Yeah, I read Hanna etc. Excellent comic. Have I pimped the comics in my sig today yet?
Rotomyy
General rec: No Rest For The Wicked is incredible. I haven't finished it yet, but it's a really dark, gorgeous reimagined-fairy-tale soup with awesome female leads/characters in general. The art style takes a bit of getting used to, but it's really not bad, and the characters! the characters!!
220 ryzvonusef4th Aug 2012 04:02:13 AM from Pakistan , Relationship Status: Above such petty unnecessities
A webcomic for (sheet)Music Nerds Don't Shoot The Pianist
221 Jernaugh28th Aug 2012 02:56:37 PM from Too close for comfort
Eater of Fun
@Psycho Frea X

A loooong time after your question, but I'm still going to post it. Try Tale of Fiction. The English is not perfect, but the jokes aren't bad and the story deserves some love. Art evolves a bit, too.

edited 28th Aug '12 2:56:47 PM by Jernaugh

222 Noaqiyeum28th Aug 2012 04:15:30 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
So. I recommend Zebra Girl. Get past the first year or so and it gets better, I promise. And Sam might just be my favorite character ever.
224 Noaqiyeum30th Sep 2012 12:38:59 PM from Kcymaerxthaere , Relationship Status: Showing feelings of an almost human nature
The it-thingy
Imagine for a moment, if you will, that our own dearly beloved Scythemantis was the creative mastermind behind Dilbert.

Intrigued, but imagining it only with difficulty? I believe it would look something like The Snail Factory.

edited 30th Sep '12 12:40:26 PM by Noaqiyeum

225 supergod1st Oct 2012 02:02:45 PM from the big city
Walking the Earth
I'm looking for something that's a parody of those old mystery shows like Scooby-Doo and Josie and the Pussycats. I'd prefer it if it wan't animesque or furry.
For we shall slay evil with logic...

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