Artificial Continuum

Tuesday, June 22, 2010
As most people have probably learned by now, more than ninety nine percent of everything on the internet is awful. So here is a helpful guide to finding some gems floating in the near infinite sewage. Keep in mind that these are in no particular order.

Penny Arcade:

First off, the most successful webcomic currently, Penny Arcade, has a great, if sometimes vulgar, sense of humor.

A Softer World:

A Softer World has an extremely different style, but that doesn't mean it is any less hilarious. And not only is it hilarious, it manages to be oddly philosophical at the same time.

Perry Bible Fellowship:

This comic uses another different style, and it has great humor. Unfortunately, the comic is no longer updated, but it is still available for your viewing pleasure. Perry Bible Fellowship is a perfect example of how speech bubbles are not needed to make a funny comic.

A Lesson is Learned but the Damage is Irreversible:

This comic is certainly the most unique on this list. It also is philosophical at times, and its art style is very memorable. The artist is the same as the artist of Braid.

I would post a comic, but these are rather large, so I shall provide a link.

Platinum Grit:

Last is another vastly different webcomic, Platinum Grit. This is the only comic on the list that actually has a continuous story. I must say, this comic is absolutely fantastic. The characters have real personality and the story is memorable. There is no real one strip to show, so I'll just show the main site.


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