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Also known as internet comics.

Notice: Geeky post. May cause blank stares and boredom.

The following is a monumental feat of bloging, a list of every webcomic I read and why.

Dinosaur Comics
The definition of esoteric, this site's uniqe idea, a gimic if you will, is that every comic uses the same artwork. Only the words are changed. Thankfully the writing works for it, each comic well thought out and funny as hell.

whispered apologies
Simular to the previous, this comic starts with a gimmic and goes from there. It's premice is that each comic is drawn by a different artist and given to a writer without any other interation between the two. The results are generally pretty good.

This comic somehow manages to be even weirder than the last two. It has also changed names three times in the last six months, so it may be worth sticking around to see what it will change to next. The same guy also draws Overcompensating: Actual Things That Happen to Jeffrey Rowland

I really don't know what to say.

diesel sweeties: pixelated robot romance web comic
They call it a raltionship comic, but all the funny jokes are about music.

You know that show NewsRadio? No? Oh well. This is like the geek version. It's also very good.

More geekyness

Penny Arcade
Geekyness with more cursing. And a children's charity.

chopping block
Silence of the Lambs meets ziggy. (in hiatius)

Men In Hats
It's like penuts with mean satirical charicters. (in hiatius)

Todd and Penguin
It's odd. It tries to be as good as Peanuts and Calven and Hobbes and gets very close a lot of the time, then it goes on these insane random plot lines and annoyingly cute strips. So close, so close.

Sluggy Freelance
By now, I'm only reading it for the saturdays and the hope that it gets better again.

Rob and Elliot
From the guy who does the satudays of Sluggy. It feels suspicually simular to Sluggy's early strips.

VG Cats
By god, it's dirter than Penny Arcade. I did not beleve that was possable.

Gossamer Commons
I really don't know what to say other than the archive navgation buttons rock. Oh, and the comic is good stuff.

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