I hate webcomics, they eat too much time!!!
Thats why I went on cold turkey with all of them... but ...
this one got me, regular release every monday and thursday, a bit artsy but nice and weird story.
the comics of a newspaper, simply because I read fewer, high-quality comics instead of larger numbers of mediocre-quality comics.
OK, you got me hooked on abaddon :D rather impressive storyline there
(someone else asked for Dilbert; I don't bother reading it and I used a magic trick to keep it from ever showing up in my rooms with new messages list)
Thu Apr 26 2012 04:10:20 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored(someone else asked for Dilbert; I don't bother reading it and I used a magic trick to keep it from ever showing up in my rooms with new messages list)
guilty as charged. I love dilbert. I work in an environment that directly reflects his. dry humor hilarity ensues on a daily basis in my office
I've been reading Questionable Content for a while now, it's fairly amusing...
Phil Foglio (the old Myth Adventures and Dragon artist) has one called Girl Genius but I haven't been able to get into it despite a few attempts.
I have a question: Is manga something people indulge in to try to compensate for the lack of excitement and imagination in their lives? Or are Japanese cartoon characters just rubbing it in how much more exciting their world is than ours?
I ask this because I've observed otherwise serious-looking Tokyo subway commuters engrossed in manga, to the extent that they didn't even notice they were being crammed into subway cars like human sardines—which itself seems a manga-worthy situation. But no.
If you had to spend a part of your life daily cramming yourself into a car of other human cattle, knowing you're just part of the machine, you might want to escape from it a little by indulging in manga, too.
Not the style of Anime, but damn this is an amazing animation:
Specifically, the animation features a tense situation as someone and his friends help dispose of a body. But all is not as it seems.
Effective immediately, "anime" is an outdated term. We will now re-embrace the original and proper term: "japanimation"
Ah, Star Blazers, I remember it well. Great show!
Sun Nov 10 2013 11:51:42 AM EST from zooer @ UncensoredQuark was a much better show. Along with Pink Lady and Jeff
Quark (only 19.95 usd.) - interesting, but pass. Pink Lady and Jeff, - by Syd and Marty Krofft? OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!
H.R. Pufnstuf (1969) The Bugaloos (1970) Lidsville (1971) Sigmund and the Sea Monsters (1973) Land of the Lost (1974) Far Out Space Nuts (1975) The Lost Saucer (1975) Donny & Marie (1976) The Krofft Supershow (1976) The Brady Bunch Hour (1977) The Krofft Superstar Hour (1978) Pink Lady and Jeff (1980) Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters (1980) Pryor's Place (1984) D.C. Follies (1987) Land of the Lost (1991) Family Affair (2002)
I missed the Pink Lady and Jeff (probably because the tv antenna fell down off the attic that year - I needed to improvise and put some antenna in to the attic proper, but it took time to come up with funds...), DC. Follies (out of country), and don't think the remake of Land of the Lost was on my short list. I thought Family Affair, wait, Wikipedia says I was watching Friends back then. I probably was. That or X-Files.
Quark had was those twins which for a coming of age boy was great. Apparenlty they didn't do much for the