Webcomics have opened a brand new eye for me over the past year or so. I mean, syndicated comics are nice, but when you have people writing their witty thoughts down, in comic form, and posting them on the most uncensored mediums in the world (the internet), it's not only the best time-passer there will ever be, but something special, too. Talent is right here before our eyes.<P>But the whole point is, I've been reading a webcomic called "Exploitation Now". It was advertised as a great artist wasting his talent drawing hot chics and moogle-live perverts. So of course, I checked it out.<P>And it is, belive you me, and I went through the archives, giggling at hentai, drug, and over-all R-rated jokes. It was fun, but it seemed like that was all it was.<P>But the more I read it, I saw an incredible story. There was wonderful writing, touching flashback scenes (done mostly in charcoal), and a huge storyline that was cleverly hidden inside the comic behind all the violence, suggestive themes, and such.<P>If you have the time, I'd like you to read this comic and write a review for it.<P><a href="http://www.exploitationnow.com/">Exploitation Now</a><P><b>Joel Glidden</b>
I can't write, I can't draw, I can't sing, and I can't play guitar. But with a few clever loopholes, I can call myself each of these!!!