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* '''''Webcomic/HowIBecameYours''''' is an ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' {{Fan Webcomic|s}} that has gone down in history as the ATLA fandom's answer to ''Fanfic/MyImmortal''. Much like the latter fic, it's [[RougeAnglesOfSatin full of typos]] and has an author who CantTakeCriticism. The story reads like the kind of [[MostFanFicWritersAreGirls stereotypical estrogen-soaked schlock]] you'd find in a bad RomanceNovel, SoapOpera, or LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek. Its goal is to set up the [[FanPreferredCouple non-canon pairing]] of Zuko and Katara, happily [[CharacterDerailment derailing every character]] to get there and portraying Mai as a [[RonTheDeathEater vile, possessive bitch]] to give Katara the excuse to [[DieForOurShip violently murder her]]. Same goes for Suki, who summarily dumped Sokka and defected to the Fire Nation so that [[MagnificentBitch Azula]] -- the fic's most glaring SelfInsert -- can be shipped with him. The art is clearly traced, mostly from screencaps of the show, but in several places from stock photographs; some poses are [[CutAndPasteComic copy-pasted]], resulting in hideous proportions and lifeless expressions. And as befits a bad RomanceNovel, the architecture and [[CostumePorn flowing ballgowns]] look like something from UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance rather than the show's famous FarEast-[[WorldBuilding inspired]] FantasyCounterpartCulture. ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' talks about it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZdgqNr07mU here]].

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* '''''Webcomic/HowIBecameYours''''' is an ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' {{Fan Webcomic|s}} that has gone down in history as the ATLA fandom's answer to ''Fanfic/MyImmortal''. Much like the latter fic, it's [[RougeAnglesOfSatin full of typos]] and has an author who CantTakeCriticism. The story reads like the kind of [[MostFanFicWritersAreGirls stereotypical estrogen-soaked schlock]] you'd find in a bad RomanceNovel, SoapOpera, or LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek. Its goal is to set up the [[FanPreferredCouple non-canon pairing]] of Zuko and Katara, happily [[CharacterDerailment derailing every character]] character]][[invoked]] to get there and portraying Mai as a [[RonTheDeathEater vile, possessive bitch]] to give Katara the excuse to [[DieForOurShip violently murder her]]. Same goes for Suki, who summarily dumped Sokka and defected to the Fire Nation so that [[MagnificentBitch Azula]] -- the fic's most glaring SelfInsert -- can be shipped with him. The art is clearly traced, mostly from screencaps of the show, but in several places from stock photographs; some poses are [[CutAndPasteComic copy-pasted]], resulting in hideous proportions and lifeless expressions. And as befits a bad RomanceNovel, the architecture and [[CostumePorn flowing ballgowns]] look like something from UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance rather than the show's famous FarEast-[[WorldBuilding inspired]] FantasyCounterpartCulture. ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' talks about it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZdgqNr07mU here]].


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's own life]] occurred. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's own life]] life occurred. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's life]] after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's because of said webcomic's quality. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's own life]] after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's because of said webcomic's quality.occurred. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's life]] after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's because of said webcomic's quality. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's life]] after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's because of said webcomic's quality. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before the future insanity involved with the creator's life after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read, even before [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment the future insanity involved with the creator's life life]] after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's.2000's because of said webcomic's quality. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, a very uncomfortable read. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}}-- even graphic sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, it's a very uncomfortable read.read, even before the future insanity involved with the creator's life after the webcomic was initially found by trolls in the late 2000's. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/TheEasyBreather''''' is an AuthorTract against smoking. While a webcomic with an anti-smoking message is not a bad idea per se, the execution is ''really'' weird and off-putting. Amid {{Infodump}}s on the hazards of smoking that read more like a PublicServiceAnnouncement, you have a protagonist who has [[BlowYouAway breath powers]] just because he doesn't smoke and paper-thin villains who [[ForTheEvulz force others to smoke]]. And that's when it ''remembers'' it's an anti-smoking tract; more often than not, all of this is sidelined in favor of the characters getting naked for no reason at all (the author is [[AuthorAppeal apparently a naturist]]). The art is done entirely in Poser with no external assets, dropping it deep into the UncannyValley. In ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17607_the-5-circles-baffling-web-comic-hell.html 5 Circles of Baffling Webcomic Hell]], this one's #10.

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* '''''Webcomic/TheEasyBreather''''' is an AuthorTract against smoking. While a webcomic with an anti-smoking message is not a bad idea per se, the execution is ''really'' weird and off-putting. Amid {{Infodump}}s on the hazards of smoking that read more like a PublicServiceAnnouncement, you have a protagonist who has [[BlowYouAway breath powers]] just because he doesn't smoke and paper-thin villains who [[ForTheEvulz force others to smoke]]. And that's when it ''remembers'' it's an anti-smoking tract; more often than not, all of this is sidelined in favor of the characters getting naked for no reason at all (the author is [[AuthorAppeal apparently a naturist]]). The art is done entirely in Poser with no external assets, dropping it deep into the UncannyValley.[[UnintentionalUncannyValley Uncanny Valley]]. In ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17607_the-5-circles-baffling-web-comic-hell.html 5 Circles of Baffling Webcomic Hell]], this one's #10.



* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[invoked]][[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.

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* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[invoked]][[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley.[[UnintentionalUncannyValley Uncanny Valley]]. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.


* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. To say it has an UncertainAudience is an understatement, as juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}} and even the occasional graphic sex scene. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, a very uncomfortable read. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}''''' is a legendarily poor webcomic dating back to 2004.2004, with an incredibly UncertainAudience--that is, [[WishFulfillment beyond]] [[SelfFanservice the author]]. Nothing else can be said that hasn't already been covered elsewhere on TheInternet. The "hand-drawn" artwork is childishly inconsistent and poorly drawn even in its open attempts at UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. To say it has an UncertainAudience is an understatement, as juvenile Juvenile plots and humor ripped from childrens' shows are juxtaposed with [[{{Gorn}} gruesome violence]] and frequent ([[FetishRetardant attempts at]]) {{fanservice}} and {{fanservice}}-- even the occasional graphic sex scene.sex. The whole cast consists of {{Designated Hero}}es ripped off from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', or the namesake combination of the two, among other franchises. The plot revolved largely around their boring, [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality self-centered]] exploits (also stolen), before becoming increasingly autobiographical, down to a SelfInsert who stole the show and ersatzes of [[WriteWhoYouKnow actual people as villains]] (who all went down at the drop of a hat) and love interests (who fell all over said self-insert for however long they were in the artist's memory). The overall story changed according to the artist's whims, to the point of incoherence. In the meantime, it incorporated everything from sociopathic revenge fantasies to uncomfortable personal details to casual disdain for anyone besides the artist and acquaintances. Even then, it wasn't even well-written technically, as it relied upon exposition of ''multi-page'' [[WallOfText Walls of Text]] [[ShowDontTell in lieu of depicting events]]. All in all, a very uncomfortable read. There's been a ''ton'' of analysis of it; [=DStecks=] has [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL66ED16DACB93016E an extensive series of video reviews]], and ''WebVideo/TheWebcomicRelief'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8DEE79D3045275A0 review series]].


* '''''Webcomic/VeganArtbook''''' is off-putting even by the standards of AuthorTract comics. There is no nuance: the [[DesignatedHero "heroes"]] are all cardboard mouthpieces who do nothing but [[WriterOnBoard spout the author's views]] and occasionally use violence against [[DesignatedVillain meat-eaters]], which is apparently justified because they're meat-eaters and therefore "wrong". Non-vegans are reduced to blatant {{Straw Character}}s who are portrayed as either selfish monsters or ignorant clods who don't understand veganism. [[https://images.shoutwiki.com/badwebcomicswiki/thumb/4/4e/Vart_thatonelaw.jpg/420px-Vart_thatonelaw.jpg At one point]], they're even [[GodwinsLaw compared to Hitler]]. It also forgets to do its research and tends to reuse the same points in multiple strips. The closest it has to a redeeming quality is its cute [[{{Animesque}} Sanrio-esque]] artwork, and even that according to various sources is stolen or traced. In the end, you get a comic that doesn't really appeal to anyone: non-vegans find it too insulting to be readable, and vegans tend to find their treatment of non-vegans too extreme, even before the comic started bashing non-extreme vegans. [[https://kyrtuck.deviantart.com/art/Vegan-Artbook-Honest-Trailer-581048200 This]] ''WebVideo/HonestTrailers'' {{homage}} should tell you everything you need to know.

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* '''''Webcomic/VeganArtbook''''' is off-putting even by the standards of AuthorTract comics. There is no nuance: the [[DesignatedHero "heroes"]] are all cardboard mouthpieces who do nothing but [[WriterOnBoard spout the author's views]] and occasionally use violence against [[DesignatedVillain meat-eaters]], which is apparently justified because they're meat-eaters and therefore "wrong". Non-vegans are reduced to blatant {{Straw Character}}s who are portrayed as either selfish monsters or ignorant clods who don't understand veganism. [[https://images.shoutwiki.com/badwebcomicswiki/thumb/4/4e/Vart_thatonelaw.jpg/420px-Vart_thatonelaw.jpg At one point]], they're even [[GodwinsLaw compared to Hitler]]. Even people who are genuinely unable to pursue a vegan diet for medical or economic reasons are considered AcceptableTargets. It also forgets to do its research and tends to reuse the same points in multiple strips. The closest it has to a redeeming quality is its cute [[{{Animesque}} Sanrio-esque]] artwork, and even that according to various sources is stolen or traced. In the end, you get a comic that doesn't really appeal to anyone: non-vegans find it too insulting to be readable, and vegans tend to find their treatment of non-vegans too extreme, even before the comic started bashing non-extreme vegans. [[https://kyrtuck.deviantart.com/art/Vegan-Artbook-Honest-Trailer-581048200 This]] ''WebVideo/HonestTrailers'' {{homage}} should tell you everything you need to know.


* '''''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}''''' [[https://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story by Creator/LewisLovhaug -- indeed, the same one who became a CausticCritic on his show ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall''. He's [[OldShame very ashamed of it]] (to the point of putting the entire strip and its characters into the PublicDomain), and with good reason. It's a ClicheStorm of comic book stories; the protagonist is an [[Franchise/{{Batman}} orphan whose parents were murdered]], he can [[Franchise/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], his powers [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk sometimes spark when he's angry]], and his costume looks suspiciously like [[https://dcau.fandom.com/wiki/File:Doctor_Light.png Dr. Light's]]. The protagonist starts out as a [[StrawmanPolitical straw pacifist]] who refuses to use his powers because it goes against his philosophy, but when his inaction leads to a woman being attacked, he does a complete 180, swears off pacifism entirely, and becomes a BloodKnight prone to [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]] with stilted and ham-fisted dialogue. In the end, he's bland and UnintentionallyUnsympathetic. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin, with significant events happening out of nowhere without so much as a HandWave. The art is awful, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions and a bad UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job; it does improve over time, but only reaches a decent level when the guest artists start coming in.

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* '''''Webcomic/{{Lightbringer}}''''' [[https://lightbringer.comicgenesis.com/d/20060315.html is a]] story by Creator/LewisLovhaug -- indeed, the same one who became a CausticCritic on his show ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall''. He's [[OldShame [[CreatorBacklash very ashamed of it]] (to the point of putting the entire strip and its characters into the PublicDomain), and with good reason. It's a ClicheStorm of comic book stories; the protagonist is an [[Franchise/{{Batman}} orphan whose parents were murdered]], he can [[Franchise/GreenLantern create solid constructs out of light]], his powers [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk sometimes spark when he's angry]], and his costume looks suspiciously like [[https://dcau.fandom.com/wiki/File:Doctor_Light.png Dr. Light's]]. The protagonist starts out as a [[StrawmanPolitical straw pacifist]] who refuses to use his powers because it goes against his philosophy, but when his inaction leads to a woman being attacked, he does a complete 180, swears off pacifism entirely, and becomes a BloodKnight prone to [[AuthorFilibuster huge, preachy monologues]] with stilted and ham-fisted dialogue. In the end, he's bland and UnintentionallyUnsympathetic. The plot is poorly paced and paper-thin, with significant events happening out of nowhere without so much as a HandWave. The art is awful, with distractingly wonky perspectives and proportions and a bad UsefulNotes/MSPaint coloring job; it does improve over time, but only reaches a decent level when the guest artists start coming in.



* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.

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* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[UnfortunateImplications [[invoked]][[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.



* '''''Webcomic/ShreddedMoose''''' is devoid of humor, good taste, or any point behind its [[HeManWomanHater persistent misogyny]]. It's a TwoGamersOnACouch comic with two GaryStu {{Self Insert}}s: Brew (representing the writer), a TotallyRadical "Alpha Male" who wears his hat backwards, and Trip (representing the artist), a youngster {{Fratbro}} who looks up to Brew. Most comics are about how women suck, with Brew encountering a StrawMan to tear down, followed by sex with multiple women (or else just violence). Brew in particular is an unlikable {{Jerkass}} who epitomizes the worst of the "fratire" genre without any of its redeeming qualities. If any woman doesn't want to jump into bed with Brew, they're either a lesbian or a StrawFeminist (here portrayed as [[OurOrcsAreDifferent orcs]]). The comic's only redeeming features are that the art is okay, it ended many years ago, and its creator has since [[OldShame renounced and disowned it]].

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* '''''Webcomic/ShreddedMoose''''' is devoid of humor, good taste, or any point behind its [[HeManWomanHater persistent misogyny]]. It's a TwoGamersOnACouch comic with two GaryStu {{Self Insert}}s: Brew (representing the writer), a TotallyRadical "Alpha Male" who wears his hat backwards, and Trip (representing the artist), a youngster {{Fratbro}} who looks up to Brew. Most comics are about how women suck, with Brew encountering a StrawMan to tear down, followed by sex with multiple women (or else just violence). Brew in particular is an unlikable {{Jerkass}} who epitomizes the worst of the "fratire" genre without any of its redeeming qualities. If any woman doesn't want to jump into bed with Brew, they're either a lesbian or a StrawFeminist (here portrayed as [[OurOrcsAreDifferent orcs]]). The comic's only redeeming features are that the art is okay, it ended many years ago, and its creator has since [[OldShame [[CreatorBacklash renounced and disowned it]].


* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' only lasted six comics (seven if you count the Sonic comic from the same creator), yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]] [[note]]The first comic starts with Mario [[GroinAttack kicking Luigi in the balls]] for absolutely no reason, and the second one consists entirely of him smashing his head open on a block before Wart urinates on his corpse.[[/note]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.

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* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' only lasted six comics (seven if you count the Sonic comic from the same creator), yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]] [[note]]The [[note]]To give a couple examples, the first comic starts with Mario [[GroinAttack kicking Luigi in the balls]] for absolutely no reason, and while the second one consists entirely of him smashing his head open on a block before Wart shows up and urinates on his corpse.[[/note]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.


* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' only lasted six comics (seven if you count the Sonic comic from the same creator), yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.

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* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' only lasted six comics (seven if you count the Sonic comic from the same creator), yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]], tortured]] [[note]]The first comic starts with Mario [[GroinAttack kicking Luigi in the balls]] for absolutely no reason, and the second one consists entirely of him smashing his head open on a block before Wart urinates on his corpse.[[/note]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.


* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic written by an enigmatic "Woc" about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.

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* '''''Moon Over June''''' is an {{NSFW}} SliceOfLife webcomic written by an enigmatic "Woc" about two lesbians who live together. They're both incredibly unlikable and bizarrely militant: Summer is a nurse who [[DoesNotLikeMen hates men so much]] that she resolves to give her newborn up for adoption if it turns out to be male, and Hatsuki is a lesbian pornographer with a strange fixation on Japan-ness, getting into porn because her parents gave her name the wrong Japanese pronunciation (and not getting into ''straight'' porn because it's "too Japanese"). Both [[UnfortunateImplications apparently chose to be lesbians]] and also exhibit some sexist, racist, and transphobic behavior. The comic's ostensibly named after the protagonists' ''daughters'', but we never see much of them; instead, we see a lot of Summer and Hatsuki screwing other women. The art is terrible, with the facial expressions especially deep in the UncannyValley. [[http://womenwriteaboutcomics.com/2016/07/04/april-sex-month-post-moon-june-lot-cis-lesbian-sex/ This article]] summarizes a lot of the problems.


* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' ended after just seven comics, yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.

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* '''''Motherfuckin' Mario''''' ended after just seven comics, only lasted six comics (seven if you count the Sonic comic from the same creator), yet it's considered by the few unfortunate souls who have actually read it to be the worst sprite webcomic in history. This could be attributed to the fact that it's one of the most disgusting things you will ever read. The comic is eye-searingly ugly, even by the low standards of sprite comics. Almost everyone is a terminally OutOfCharacter {{Jerkass}}; the one character who isn't (Luigi) is [[ButtMonkey frequently killed and tortured]], and even ''he'' quickly devolves into an unlikable asshole. The whole experience just isn't funny... unless your idea of funny is Luigi "dating" Birdo and accidentally killing her because he overcharged her shock collar, or Lemmy Koopa overdosing on Bowser's erectile dysfunction pills until his penis explodes. There are no punchlines in sight -- just pure, condensed, unfiltered offensiveness. All seven comics have been archived [[https://imgur.com/a/DqrvT here]] -- read them if you dare.


* '''''Webcomic/TheEasyBreather''''' is an AuthorTract against smoking. While the idea of an anti-smoking webcomic is not a bad concept per se, the execution is ''really'' weird and off-putting. Amid {{Infodump}}s on the hazards of smoking that read more like a PublicServiceAnnouncement, you have a protagonist who has [[BlowYouAway breath powers]] just because he doesn't smoke and paper-thin villains who [[ForTheEvulz force others to smoke]]. And that's when it ''remembers'' it's an anti-smoking tract; more often than not, all of this is sidelined in favor of the characters getting naked for no reason at all (the author is [[AuthorAppeal apparently a naturist]]). The art is done entirely in Poser with no external assets, dropping it deep into the UncannyValley. In ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17607_the-5-circles-baffling-web-comic-hell.html 5 Circles of Baffling Webcomic Hell]], this one's #10.

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* '''''Webcomic/TheEasyBreather''''' is an AuthorTract against smoking. While the idea of a webcomic with an anti-smoking webcomic message is not a bad concept idea per se, the execution is ''really'' weird and off-putting. Amid {{Infodump}}s on the hazards of smoking that read more like a PublicServiceAnnouncement, you have a protagonist who has [[BlowYouAway breath powers]] just because he doesn't smoke and paper-thin villains who [[ForTheEvulz force others to smoke]]. And that's when it ''remembers'' it's an anti-smoking tract; more often than not, all of this is sidelined in favor of the characters getting naked for no reason at all (the author is [[AuthorAppeal apparently a naturist]]). The art is done entirely in Poser with no external assets, dropping it deep into the UncannyValley. In ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_17607_the-5-circles-baffling-web-comic-hell.html 5 Circles of Baffling Webcomic Hell]], this one's #10.

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