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I've been talking with friends recently (yesterday) and we were discussing comics that we like. Some people only read webcomics, come people only read physical comics. Most of us read a mixture of both. Anyway, some great suggestions were made and I was thinking we should share too! Here are some of the comics I like:

Webcomics

Johnny Wander www.johnnywander.com/
Nedroid nedroid.com/
Lackadaisy www.lackadaisycats.com/ (Warning, there is some cussing)
Mokepon mokepon.smackjeeves.com/comics…
Gunnerkrigg court www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_pa…
Hanna is not a Boy's Name hanna.aftertorque.com/ (Warning: significant swearing)

Physical Comics

Joe the Barbarian
Zits
Death Note
Marvelous Land of Oz


Hey, why don't we share some music as well?
Some songs that I like are:

Hero by Hans Zimmer and John Powell
Little Round Mirrors by Harvey Danger
United States of Whatever by Liam Lynch
See You Tomorrow by John Powell
Two Weeks in Hawaii by Hellogoodbye
Airports by Single File
Singing in the Rain by Mint Royale
Till Kingdom Come by Coldplay
Hello, My Treacherous Friends by OK Go
Hey, Soul Sister by Train
In Space by Ludo
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk
One Simple Idea by Hans Zimmer
Spontaneous Devotion by Random
  • Listening to: Harvey Danger
  • Reading: Joe the Barbarian
  • Playing: My guitar!!
  • Eating: Carrot cake
  • Drinking: La leche
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animatrix1490 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Here's some of my list again:
BONE
Tintin
Hikkatsu
Popeye, originals

Some more that I've read:
Cardcaptor Sakura
The Mighty Thor
Silver Surfer
Daredevil
American Born Chinese

Wish I'd read:
Spiderman (originals, pre-70s)
Hikkatsu vol 2-3

My uncle is/was actually a rabid comic collector. On a family vacation they made a special stop for him to purchase an original issue of the first Amazing Spiderman. Pretty neat, if you ask me.
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LightlyBow Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Student
Haha, rabid comic collector! That sounds pretty scary!
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animatrix1490 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
OH, IT IS.

Haha, just kidding. I've only met him a few times. But he sounds like a super-nerd. Her family was into super-heroes, and they liked UltraMan, Speed Racer, etc. So I guess I come by it honestly. (I REALLY love superheroes. I enjoyed the Cape so much more than I thought I was going to, it should probably be illegal. YAAAY The Cape!!)
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animatrix1490 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Sorry about that. Oversight.

Yeah. Actually, Popeye was originally a newspaper comic. And it was originally not about Popeye. Castor Oyl was taking his Whiffle Hen to a deadly gambling island so he could use its good luck to become filthy rich. Popeye was the unfortunate soul who captained the creaking tub they set sail aboard. But he was so cool, he became the main character. (A stowaway badguy shot him, he dropped... And then he got back up and tried to fight him. Got shot again, like eight times. Got back up and totally nailed the guy. No spinach needed.)
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LightlyBow Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Student
Oversight? I meant that I wasn't aware that it didn't start out as a TV show.

But whoa, Popeye is hardcore man.
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animatrix1490 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
No, no, no. Oversight on my part about that last comment, which you had to shut down. Usually I'm better about that.

Re: Popeye: I know, man. I know. Kinda reminds me of a slapstick Ashitaka. (The spinach thing started because Popeye has a soft spot for kids. One day, he was talking to some and they wanted to know why he was so strong and he said it's because he ate his spinach like his mom told him to. Trying to be a role model. It was later turned into a kind of magic pill by the cartoons, but the real story is that Popeye is just that awesome. Just sayin'.)
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legacystar-reborn Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011
Mind if I share some of my favourites? I'll try not to put up ones you already did.

Webcomics:
Penny Arcade, by Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins [link]
Player vs Player, by Scott Kurtz [link]
Johnny Wander, by Yuko Ota and Ananth Panagariya [link]
Sandra and Woo, by Powree and Oliver Knorzer [link]
Boxer Hockey, by Tyson Hesse [link]
Three Panel Soul, by Ian McConville and Matt Boyd [link]
Hark! A Vagrant!, by Kate Beaton [link]
Pictures for Sad Children, by John Campbell [link]

Newspaper Comics (much more difficult!)
Secret Asian Man, by Tak Toyoshima (I'm not sure if it's still in the paper)
Pearls Before Swine, by Stephan Pastis
Rose is Rose, by Don Wimmer, created by Pat Brady
Dilbert, by Scott Adams
Get Fuzzy, by Darby Conley
Frazz, by Jef Mallett

Manga (Easy Peasy)
Fullmetal Alchemist, by Hiromu Arakawa
Shaman King, by Hiroyuki Takei
Dragonball Z, by Akira Toriyama
Maid-Sama!, by Hiro Fujiwara
Yotsuba&!, by Kiyohiko Azuma

Sorry for leaving such a long list!
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LightlyBow Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Student
Nice! There are some here that I've never even heard of before! Thanks!
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