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Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Sun Feb 18, 2007 1:33 pm

Use this thread to talk about your own comic, or any comic you like.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Indigo4789 on Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:50 pm

So have you ever read something*positive?
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Tue Apr 08, 2008 8:25 pm

No I've never read it, but I have heard of it. Milholland is obviously putting in a lot of work. That's quite an archive to say the least.

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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Indigo4789 on Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:28 pm

Yea, he does have quite an archive.
I think one of the things I like about your comic is that for most of them, I can let the kids read it. Plus it just sounds so much like my family as I was growing up.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Wed Apr 09, 2008 8:55 pm

I plan to keep it that way. I have a disdain for profanity, and my faith won't let me use sex. But, toilet humor and cartoon violence are fare game. While some of my Christian friends have shaken their heads at me, I’ve never found anything sinful about it.

It’s funny; I can't watch "Faces Of Death" but "Happy Tree Friends" makes me laugh. I think mostly it's because one is fake and the other is real.
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Postby Indigo4789 on Thu Apr 10, 2008 6:01 am

That's good. I fail to see anything sinful about toilet humor. It's actually what got me in the first place because you rarely see it anywhere else. Btw - that's also what got my little brothers hooked on it... they think it's awesome that an adult is writing about stuff they can understand and laugh at.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Tbolt on Fri Apr 11, 2008 2:18 am

I have to agree, it is refreshing to see that there are still spots of humor about that don't have to resort to plain outright vulgarity or profanity. It is possible to be funny without using a ton of four letter words.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Sun Apr 13, 2008 4:08 pm

You know, I’ve never one time heard anyone say “I won’t read that comic because it doesn’t have enough cuss words in it.” But, I have however heard it the other way around. Profanity can do nothing but hurt the salability of a comic.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Tbolt on Thu Apr 17, 2008 2:40 am

I must admit, though, with a little creativity, bleeped out cusswords can be quite amusing. (Thinking of a Spongebob routine, 10 dirty words or something like that...)
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:37 pm

I think I know what you're talking about. Is it like the "Unnecessary Censorship" segment on the Jimmy Kimmel Show? I love that bit.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Tbolt on Tue Apr 22, 2008 1:58 am

I think that is it, blanking out the word completely so that one has no idea what was actually said, then taking it a little father, and adding in a few extra beeps for good measure! =^^=
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sharkfin on Wed Apr 23, 2008 8:03 pm

Yah, that’s the idea. On the Jimmy Kimmel show they even go so far as to blur out parts of the video too.

Imagine if you will, the video of a wrestling match with the fighters locked together in a death grip and part of the picture is blurred out.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Tbolt on Thu Apr 24, 2008 2:09 am

Hee, hee, people have awful minds, don't they? =^^=
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Rogar on Sun Jun 01, 2008 12:31 pm

not really I don't agree on the censorship. Of course i kind of feel that its -all- unnecessary because words are only vulgar because of their context. like "WTF" I was on CoV the other day and everyone understands WTF as a statement of disbelief, but it was cut out... where as other words that were even more questionable were not.

Since this is "other web comics" i figure i Might as well throw something here.

Dominic Deegan Oricle for hire.

its a fantasy based... I am not sure how some of you will take certain parts because it can get gorey... and there is implied nudity (tastefully hidden) as well as what some would consider "adult" topics... but they don't go overboard... and are only there when the comic -needs- them. (well in my opinion)

If you go consider yourself warned it might step on some catholic sensibilities. but as far as i am concerned... Some of them aren't really7 sensible.
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Sixty X Celph on Sun Jun 01, 2008 1:32 pm

Rogar, you've blown my mind... there are people not familiar with Dominic Deegan's adventures? =0
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Rogar on Mon Jun 02, 2008 1:30 pm

Sixty X Celph wrote:Rogar, you've blown my mind... there are people not familiar with Dominic Deegan's adventures? =0


Well... Unfortunately... there are. It surprised me too. but there is only one thing we can do about that. Spread the mookie love
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Re: Other Webcomics

Postby Tbolt on Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:47 am

Ouch! When I grew up, we mostly rode on the road, didn't have to worry about scattered tools there, just the occasional passing car =^^; To attempt to maim ourselves, we got our jollies riding in the nearby woods!

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Too bad that is pretty much at an end, stupid housing developments. =>.<=

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