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OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG.....ZOMG!!! Lol, Faux Pas! :D http://www.ozfoxes.net/cgi/pl-fp1.cgi?1

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OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG.....ZOMG!!! Lol, Faux Pas! :D http://www.ozfoxes.net/cgi/pl-fp1.cgi?1

lol, cute!

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OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG.....ZOMG!!! Lol, Faux Pas! :D http://www.ozfoxes.net/cgi/pl-fp1.cgi?1

Looks like I have a new webcomic to keep my eyes on.

As for what I like to read, I have a short list.

There is:

Least I Could Do, which, summed up, think Family Guy style antics, with a man who is a successful playboy and not too bright. Also, it can be more than a little vulgar, but hilarity ensues.

http://leasticoulddo.com/

This is the opening scene they made for any animated Least I Could Do things they do.

And there's LFGComic (Looking For Group), which is made by the same folks as Least I Could Do, but is more a spoof of World of Warcraft and other fantasy games and such.

http://lfgcomic.com/

Then there's Dominic Deegan: Oracle For Hire, which is a really good web-comic, violent at times, but great for humour, action, suspense, and plot development. The artist is currently on vacation with his fiance though, so it's a bit of filler for now. But, he has updated the comic nearly every day for several years, so there is a LOT of catching up to do if anyone cares to read it, and I HIGHLY recommend this one. (The werewolves are exceptionally awesome).

http://dominic-deegan.com/

There's Broken Plot Device, which has about everything you could ever want from a webcomic, real life situational comedy, fantasy, good comedy, good artist, good story, artistic catharsis. Oh, and furries, which make it more awesome.

http://www.brokenplotdevice.com/

Jay Naylor's works, which I also found exceptionally good, if a bit more mature than what I'm used to reading, both in situations and artistic depictions.

http://www.jaynaylor.com/

Then there's Chugworth Academy, which when I said more mature in situations for Naylor's stuff, I forgot about this one. Pretty much, if it can be found offensive, it's in here. Except for full on uncensored nudity, that's not there, last I saw. Other than that, however, racism, language, violence, suggestive themes, religion/politics, yep, it's in here. I highly advise against this one if things like that could offend you.

http://chugworth.com/archive/?strip_id=0

http://chugworth.com/

It's split into two parts now, the older stuff, and newer stuff.

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Order of the Stick, Sequential Art, and xvcd (that math one, Can't remember its name).

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Jay Naylor's works, and after Fira got me into it, Questionable Content as well.

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Yeah, I like the Jay Naylor stuff too, well, other than his rants against religion

but I think my favorite is

Dr. McNinja

It is so ridiculous, and I love it, the current arc is from AxeCop, a story by a 6 year old, and drawn by his 29 year old brother, hilarious

Housepets!

This is one of my other favorites, cute comic that could probably make it into the newspapers if he tried

there is TwoKinds and Furthia High, but they aren't as good, and concession was hilarious before it got all gay and storyliney

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Gunnerkrigg Court so far is my favorite out of the ones I watch via Google Reader. Just be advised that it is story/arc based so you'll have to read the archives from the beginning to really understand it: http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/

I also love Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal: http://www.smbc-comics.com/

VGCats: http://www.vgcats.com/

Hanna is not a Boy's Name: http://hanna.aftertorque.com/ (Also story based, but this one is easier to just jump into.)

Slow Wave: http://www.slowwave.com/ (This one has one shot self-contained comics, but the twist is that they're based on descriptions of dreams people have had that they submit to the comic's creator, which I think is just cool.)

I watch plenty of others, but those are the ones that stand out.

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Gunnerkrigg Court so far is my favorite out of the ones I watch via Google Reader. Just be advised that it is story/arc based so you'll have to read the archives from the beginning to really understand it: http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/

I also love Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal: http://www.smbc-comics.com/

VGCats: http://www.vgcats.com/

Hanna is not a Boy's Name: http://hanna.aftertorque.com/ (Also story based, but this one is easier to just jump into.)

Slow Wave: http://www.slowwave.com/ (This one has one shot self-contained comics, but the twist is that they're based on descriptions of dreams people have had that they submit to the comic's creator, which I think is just cool.)

I watch plenty of others, but those are the ones that stand out.

OMG!  :facepalm: how could i possibly have forgotten vg cats? they are amazing!

I've also tried on Cyanide and Happiness, and the Perry Bible Fellowship

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K, no one has posted here in awhile, so i figure a double post is okay.

Vydrach, I am offically addicted to Broken Plot Device, thanks for that :P

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I really like two lumps. ^_^2009.02.21.jpg

omg! Thats so mean! XD cats are evil :P

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Vydrach, I am offically addicted to Broken Plot Device, thanks for that :P

Make that two. I love it.

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K, no one has posted here in awhile, so i figure a double post is okay.

Vydrach, I am offically addicted to Broken Plot Device, thanks for that :P

Make that two. I love it.

Yay, spreading the joy that is Lizardbeth's work.

Glad you liked her work, it's one of my favourites. Hoping I win the contest she created, because then I can have a custom picture of Inix Tasma Maria-Jade.

I really need to meet her one day and tell her I love her work in person. I have an ever growing list of artists to do that with.

And for the lawlz, one of my favourite pieces by her.

http://www.furaffinity.net/full/996518/

Venture Bros. + BPD = win on too large of a scale to be measured.

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The ones i'm currently reading are:

House Pets

LFG

Two Kinds

The Whiteboard

Las Lindas (warning: very sexual content)

GDPG (Girls don't play game)

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Don't really read webcomics, not anymore. They're a lot of the same for the most part. Ones I still look into are Dr. McNinja, xkcd, and Planet Zebeth.

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Sabrina Online and Better Days.  Both furry web comics with things like overt sexual humor but top notch as far as furry web comics go.

I never read any furry webcomics before these two, and I really liked Sabrina Online. Was much better than I was expecting for my first (technically second, but that's because I wanna forget about the first) furry webcomic.

Better days as hinted above has the opposite opinion from me.

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I'd like to add:

Blazen: A BlazBlue sprite comic

and

Draconia Chronicles

Yes. I spend a lot of time reading comics and fanfic. >.>......I get bored...........

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Yes. I spend a lot of time reading comics and fanfic. >.>......I get bored...........

Comics and Fanfic's are cool. No need to do it just because you get bored. :)

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http://gathion.deviantart.com/gallery/#Chronicles-of-Gathion

Love this one.

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