The Good Comics Thread

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Post by Yaoi Huntress Earth » Thu Aug 03, 2017 4:41 pm

Common Grounds: It started off as an ashcan comic called, Holley Crullers! in the early 90s, but it got a full release in 2004 with the new name, Common Grounds. It goes into the lives of superheroes and villains that is connected to a chain of coffee shops (Common Grounds). It really went into a some interesting stuff like how super speed can be more of a curse than a blessing, a brother and sister superteam learning why their late supervillain father went down that path and the story, Fat Chance, expertly predicted the modern mentality of the Fat Acceptance Movement and how difficult being an obese superhero would honestly be. Besides, how can you not enjoy characters called, Mental Midget, Man-Witch and The Acidic Jew?
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Post by Yaoi Huntress Earth » Mon Aug 14, 2017 7:10 pm

If webcomics count, I'd like to mention Bunny Meat where the creator takes stories of childhood traumas and odd moments from the creator and people who send her stuff and throws in cute bunnies. Some of them are twistedly funny while others are rather tragic. Besides, you got to love the name.
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The Good Comics Thread

Post by Ensulge » Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:04 am

Ha ha Did you write those? Funny

Im glad SOMEONE at least posted in this thread besides me. I was about to say, Id be more offended by being ignored than by simply being told people arent interested. Then at least I wouldnt be left hanging.

Im updating my entire website. Soon the links in the first post of this thread will be broken, but Ill post the link to my entire collection of poetry which will be on my website, with links to a few highlights.

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