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So, I often read a lot of online/webcomics... I find them amusing and a great distraction to everyday life ^_^ Thus, I decided to share a few links of some interesting webcomic sites. If you have any that you'd like to share, just post them here - also you can discuss various webcomics if you wish ^_^

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Ctrl+Alt+Del
http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com/
About: Story of a bunch of friends into computer games. Reviews, frequently asked questions, and biographies of the cast.




Real Life Comics - The Online Comic ©1999-2008 Greg Dean
http://www.reallifecomics.com/
About: A daily online comic about the normal lives of some abnormal people. By Gregg Dean.



Least I Could Do
http://www.leasticoulddo.com/
About: Least I Could Do (LICD) is a humor webcomic by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza, which debuted on February 10, 2003. Although Lar deSouza is the current artist, the comic was previously drawn by Chad WM. Porter, for two years, and before that, Trevor Adams. The primary theme of the strip is sexuality, especially the promiscuity of the primary character, Rayne Summers, a modern-day Casanova. The title of the strip refers to the courtesy of being prepared for the act of sex, i.e. having a condom available. Practicing safe sex is the least Rayne could do for whatever woman who is letting him touch her this week (or day).
The strip updates every day but Sunday. Stories tend to last for only a few strips, but some have gone several weeks. The strip has done fairly long parodies of characters, such as those from The Lord of the Rings, (having Rayne being placed as Aragorn), X-Men (with Rayne as Wolverine) and GI Joe (with Rayne as Flint), each taking place where Rayne is either struck unconscious, falls asleep or blacks out.



VGCats
http://www.vgcats.com/
About: VG Cats (short for Video Game Cats) is a webcomic written and drawn by Canadian Scott Ramsoomair. Published on its own website, it features the adventures of a pair of anthropomorphic cats, who often play the roles of characters in popular video games that are parodied in the strip. Strips are usually presented in a large format and in full color. The author generally sets Mondays as days for updating the comic; the author mocks his tardiness in updating in one strip.
The VG Cats website also hosts Adventure Log, the official Final Fantasy XI webcomic, also written and drawn by Ramsoomair.



Looking For Group
http://www.lfgcomic.com/
About: ooking for Group is a fantasy-themed webcomic written by Ryan Sohmer and drawn by Lar DeSouza. The Comic follows the quest of Cale'Anon (an elven hunter) and Richard (an undead warlock), as well as their companions. Since its launch on November 26, 2006, it has received positive attention at Stratics and the World of Warcraft community



End of Infinity
http://endofinfinity.comicgenesis.com/
About: In a post-post-apocalyptic future, a small-town boy named Claus struggles to save his Grandfather’s mail carrier company.
After Claus’ life takes multiple turns for the worse he finds a way out when his soul is traded with that of a fictional werewolf character.



Order of the Stick
http://www.giantitp.com/Comics.html
About: The Order of the Stick is a comedic fantasy webcomic based on pencil and paper roleplaying games, particularly Dungeons and Dragons, and its accompanying system, d20. While it is principally published on the web, four book collections have been published, including two print-only stories (On the Origin of PCs and Start of Darkness). It appeared monthly in Dragon Magazine from issue #338 (December 2005) up until the magazine's final print issue, #359 (September 2007).



Digital Purgatory
http://www.dp-comics.net/index.htm
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Omen
http://www.eurkosart.net/omen/index.php
About: Omen is a first-attempt web manga written and drawn by me, Jonathan Burke. I first put the comic up in November of 2005, so it's now more than a year old. However, I made the mistake of starting before I was ready. I guess I got a little ahead of myself. So, it's stopped for now. The pages I did are up there, but at least half of them are going to be replaced. We'll see what happens there. I may hang on to them to put up for posterity's sake, but I haven't decided yet. In the mean time, you can check out other artwork of mine at www.eurkosart.net.



Bushi Tales
http://www.bushitales.com/
About: Part 1 of the 3-part “Last Titan”- It is the 31st Century of man and the ancient world has returned. The gods of war’s hand picked survivors have rebuilt civilization as the city of New Edo. Guarding the walls to New Edo is the Budo Institute. Here the elder warriors train the next generation to preserve their traditions. One hundred years have passed since the gods returned and the atomic wars were fought. The Bushi of Hachiman’s leader, Akiyo Yamashiro, takes several samurai on a hunt only to discover that an ancient evil has returned. Join the adventure today!



Battle Gate
http://www.squirrelworks.com/zones/battlegate/
About: Marcko Paolo is a 19-year-old military officer starting his career at a criminal detention camp in the northernmost regions of the Kingdom of Battlegate. Although he’s a playboy with a huge appetite for big parties and pretty ladies, he takes his career very seriously. Until recently, he thought his upward trajectory was a certainty...
When his superior, Col. Agosto Banistero, calls Marcko into his office, Marcko thinks he's about to get promoted to Captain and reassignment to more important duties...
Instead, Banistero has assigned Marcko to parole a mischievous, foul-mouthed, 14-year-old boy named Hugo Hodako. Hugo has been mysteriously detained at the camp meant for hardened criminals. Marcko doesn't understand how a young kid like Hugo could end up at such a harsh criminal labor camp, nor will Banistero reveal to him the circumstances behind Hugo's imprisonment.
Marcko's assignment is simple - he must watch over Hugo for the next 2 years until he reaches his 16th birthday. During that period, his duty is to set the boy straight and give him a sense of responsibility. They must travel from town to town, and perform services for the kingdom. But along their travels, they'll soon discover that a dark force is plotting against the kingdom.



Desolation Angel Tango
http://www.desolationangeltango.com/
About: Foreword
In actuality you could say, i guess, the roots for Desolation Angel started five years ago with the dream that Jo tells Genzo. I had that dream. It was a very sad dream. Over the years, I've tried to write it down and draw it out- but I never could. And so it sat in the back of my head, waiting.

And then, Genzo started it all.In the beginning he was a background throwaway chracter sketch for a panel in Mansion. He looked interesting. I just got my palm so I could write while I'm not at my computor. Anyway, I was looking into the palm reader aspects. of it and thinkink how cool it would be to do something like load up a daily installment through your palm reader for the day. Well, images stil aren't good for palms. And palms'll have to be more digest sized to do what I want it to do. Anyway, as part of this I researched the character and came up with a story for him. Which I write daily on my palm. I'm unsure as to whether I'll make it more illustrated novel or graphic novel. If it's illustrated it'll go quicker and maybe I can use one of these print on demand systems. This was two years ago and people doing print on demand graphic novels hadnt really started yet. Right around this time, when I was hashing things out, tokyo pop announced their manga contest. and at that point became a comic. In retrospect, snapshot dreams, with its story of falling towers and the evil folks in them was probably not what they wanted- well, the dream was there long before the trade center fell. and also my style while derived in bits and pieces from the manga style, has its own style, i think. Well, I think it's very japanese to borrow what you need and make it your own. It's also very american. IMO. So, DA got pushed to the backburner(one of those projects i'll finish when I get the time) until I checked out the Duck. And then I thought To myself. Wow, this'll be a great place to ressurect Desolation Angel. So, if you're liking the story, Thank the Duck for it.



Earthsong
http://www.earthsongsaga.com/
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Tales of Pylea
http://talesofpylea.comicgenesis.com/
About: ...



Sokora Refugees
http://www.sokora.com/
About: ...



No Need For Bushido
http://www.noneedforbushido.com/index.php
About: No Need for Bushido is a comic that is published on the Internet for you to read for free. Unlike a comic book, No Need for Bushido (or NNFB) is constantly growing page by page. NNFB is a story-based comic. The newest page will probably make absolutely no sense without reading everything that comes before it. It's best to start at our humble beginnings on page 1 and read on from there. You can get a basic plot summary and character descriptions by reading our Wikipedia page, or you can check out the comic time line. These aren't very good substitutes for the comic itself, though.



Two Kinds
http://2kinds.com/
About: Twokinds is an ongoing manga-styled webcomic that involves a human named Trace Legacy, a previous Grand Templar and guardian of the land, and Flora, a keidran. After losing his memory in a mysterious battle, Trace finds himself in the company of Flora, who, as Trace gradually begins to learn, belongs to a race of people who are enemies of his kind. As friendship conflicts with racial differences, Trace and Flora find themselves in a situation more critical then either of them can imagine. After a year on the web, the website began drawing in an average of 2 million hits per month. It is currently fairly stable on the TopWebComics list at around #14, and gleans an average of 7 million hits per month.


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...well, that's all for now ^_^ I tried to make them not too ecchi >_>
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This one is for all you peeps who like to speak the L33T language...LOL

Megatokyo
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Posted 1/2/08
^ZOMFG w00t!! XD
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Posted 1/3/08
I really forgot about LICD!! Thanks for the links
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Posted 1/4/08
>_< that was quite a long list, anyways thanks.
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Posted 1/5/08
lmao! Long? Really? That's not even 1/4 of what I read o_O;; *le sai* I really have too much time on my hands -_-
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Posted 1/11/08
How about reading online/webcomics manga which is chinese sub? Any websites?
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Posted 1/20/08
Not sure if this is what you wanted:
http://www.comicer.com/ (..动漫无限 无限动漫.. http://www.comicer.com/ (comics manga comic china))

http://www.virtual-china.org/2006/07/sunday_strip_.html (Virtual China: Sunday Strip: 崖暖索寒)

It's pretty hard to find chinese webcomics ~_^;; gomen

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