I'd love to get another largeish plot-based webcomic to read through now that Questionable Content is beginning to drive me nuts with its crawling pace when I have to actually wait a day inbetween each strip. Anyone have recommendations?
the rest of the reviewMost transgender comics turn into a) sexist nonsense, b) fetish fuel, or c) both. In fact, I’d say the majority are both. Misfile, with very few exceptions, manages to avoid these pitfalls. It actually gives a fairly realistic portrayal of the situation, and uses it effectively to tell an interesting story.
I started reading Sluggy back in 2001 during Fire and Rain, basically when it started to go seriously downhill comedy-wise while kicking up the intensity of its long, involved plotlines. If you're looking for an in-depth webcomic, I would highly recommend Sluggy Freelance... but make sure you start at the beginning so you understand what the hell is going on. It's completely self-referencing, all the way back to 1997.
I respect your personal opinion, but to the general public, Megatokyo is complete self appreciating, unrealistic drivel and garbage designed only so the obese weeaboo nerd author can imagine himself not only living in Japan, but being adored by Japanese schoolgirls.
Yeah, same here, and I've heard that from a bunch of other people too. I stopped reading it back during Oceans Unmoving or whatever that garbage was called, because I hate Bun-Bun as a standalone "leading" character.Sluggy had good storylines even through the pirate mess, but this latest 2 year Riff stint just seemed to drag on and on and on without ever going anywhere. I feel like if this was the type of strip they want, they need like 12 panels a day to keep crap moving at anything resembling a reasonable rate. Obviously that is demanding, but this storyline even finally kind of killed my enjoyment of the strip, and they had as much of my goodwill as any strip could have (used to be my favorite).