03:56:16 PM Aug 9th 2011
I've tried several times to find this comic that was surprisingly good back in the day, 32-Bit Orchestra by "The Great Mr. Chibi". It had really well-written gags, and all the sprites were given black outlines to make them look more consistent with each other. It used to be on Drunk Duck, then Aftervision, Pixelated Empire, and now it's just nowhere. The Wayback Machine turns up the main page and last comic that was on Pixelated Empire, but nothing before that. "thegreatmrchibi.com" just redirects to David Bednar's Portfolio, which contains no mention of the comic at all. I could always e-mail him about it, but I'm worried it'd come across as pigeonholing him.
10:45:59 PM Aug 24th 2011
Well, I finally got in touch with the guy, and it turns out he never intended for 32-Bit Orchestra to disappear the way it did. In the span of a weekend, his host shut down their server without notice, removing the whole site. On top of that his hard drive got destroyed, removing his only copies of the comics, and he doesn't know anyone with backups of them.
07:14:13 PM Feb 15th 2011
I didn't have the heart to completely delete this.
- There's this little-known funny series called Bob Squad, which is based on the [[Advance Wars]] series. It has plenty of funny scenes which focus on a squadron of five Orange Star units (one of them named Bob), and a very humorous Sturm who has more than one CO Power, which he uses for mundane/stupid purposes. Running gags are also the Yellow Medium Tank (Black Hole Style), the bomber that can drop anything, , and…well, just watch the series. They're really hilarious.
04:33:04 PM Jan 23rd 2011
The Notable Webcomics bullocks lead to a load of displaced examples. This page is the original and the best, we don't need another one. I'll put them in the post below and the slowly move them over. When it' empty, I'm done.
04:36:06 PM Jan 23rd 2011
- Adventures Of The Links
- Bar'd follows the day-to-day misadventures of a centaurian bouncer and his abusive employer, Shelia, the head barmaid of the Leafy Bar, along with its eccentric staff.
- Blazen!: A parody webcomic based on BlazBlue.
- Bob and George: The Sprite Comic. Draws from the Mega Man series. (Finished)
- Botched Role  was a WOW sprite comic made with the WOW character creator. It lasted 4 strips.
- Captain SNES: A sprite comic inspired by and based loosely off of Captain N: The Game Master, which instead stars a kid named Alex and his Super Scope.
- Castlevania RPG:
- Darkmoon's Silly Web Comic, the less well-known sibling of Castlevania RPG, by the same author.
- DrunkDuck Poop, taking its name from YouTube Poop, is a (mainly Sonic-related) sprite comic in a world where all game characters live close enough to go up to each other and have really random conversations. It can be found here.
- 8-Bit Theater: A Sprite Comic loosely based on Final Fantasy I, which along the way has referenced table-top roleplaying, comic books, and, of course, console RPG tropes. Cast includes the psychopathic Black Mage, unscrupulous Thief, Munchkin Red Mage, and sword-obsessed Fighter. (Finished)
- FRIENDS 4 EVER!!!!  features sprites from various horror videogames "acting like innocent 12 year olds".
- Indie Game Comic: Mostly uses custom sprites.
- International ComicContinuity: A continuity of nineteen or so sprite comic series that all use some sort of custom made sprites.
- Kid Radd: A Pixel Art Comic that masquerades as a Sprite Comic. The Player Character from an old video game is released from his video game when it's put online, and must adjust to life outside. It mostly uses 100% original sprites, but is loosely based off an old NES game called "Totally Rad".
- Life Sketch: Notable for using MapleStory sprites for the characters.
- L's Empire: Luigi leaves Mario and ends up with some strange circumstances with a group of underlings.
- Masters Of None: A sprite comic about the daily lives of Mega Man's robot masters.
- MS Paint Masterpieces: A Mega Man Sprite Comic. It starts out with a short attention span and a strange sense of humor. By strip 150 or so, it Grows The Beard into something that actually makes sense of Mega Man's bizarre plot, with the high stakes balanced by character-based humor. Suffers from frequent Schedule Slips.
- Planet Zebeth: A long-running comic featuring the characters from the original Metroid, mostly getting drunk and killing things.
- Pokemon-X: A Pokémon comic set within gen III. Follows Brendan, May, Wally, and Rocky, a talking Poochyena, on their adventures through Hoenn.
- Stinkoman 20X6: Reloaded a retelling of the game Stinkoman 20X6.
- Strife Strips: A now defunct comic which chronicles the daily adventures of the Duke Nukem and his housemate, The Doom Marine. It was made entirely in Duke Nukem 3D's engine, Build, and featured cameos by various other characters from The '90s era of computer gaming. It even had it's own short lived flash cartoon at some point.
- Survivor: Fan Characters: A comic in which fan characters from various franchises compete with each other for a chance at a million dollars, it is based on the actual show. Currently in its seventh season.
- Two Evil Scientists: Sonic the Hedgehog meets Mega Man as Dr Wily and Dr Eggman team up. It shows just how similar (and different) these to franchises are.