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‘Three Word Phrase’ Webcomic Elevates Butt and Wiener Jokes to an Art Form

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How much can you tell about a comic from its title? Webcomics often have notoriously opaque names, from Hark! A Vagrant to A Softer World, and at first glance, Ryan Pequin's sometimes NSFW webcomic Three Word Phrase might have the most enigmatic nomenclature of

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ECCC Laughs at Itself in the Webcomic ‘Tales from the Con’

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This weekend, comic book fans and pros are flocking to Seattle for Emerald City Comicon. It's a magical time, when the aisles are lined with quarter bins and fans can tell their favorite writers exactly where their comics went wrong. Conv

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‘RiGBY the Barbarian’ Webcomic Casts a Wisecracking Archaeologist as the Chosen One

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With the exception of Buffy Summers, messianic warriors fated to vanquish evil tend to be male: Harry Potter, Neo and Philip J. Fry each have destiny and a Y-chromosome on their side. If the female chosen one still plays as a subversion on 21st-Century TV sets, then imagine how a patriarchal, medieval-esque society would feel if a woman came trotting into their camp waving their culture's very own version of Excalibur. Even

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Garth Ennis’ Bloody Post-Apocalyptic ‘Crossed’ Gets a Free Webcomic Spinoff

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Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows' pandemic horror comic Crossed has been in print since 2008, but now Avatar Press is taking the brutal act online with a webcomic sequel. Crossed: Wish You Were Here (not safe for

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Hell is Your Psychotic Roommates in ‘The Abaddon’ Horror Webcomic

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One of the great failures of the English language is that there is no word for killing your roommate. We can describe patricidal and fratricidal feelings in just a few syllables, but we have all-encompassing term to describe the desire to clobber your roomie's face in with his own unwashed dishes

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‘Questionable Content’ Moves Beyond Relationship Angst and into Science Fiction

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A few months ago, a friend of mine and I were chatting about science fiction webcomics, and I brought up Jeph Jacques' immensely popular webcomic Questionable Content. My friend gave me a funny look. "No, really," I said, "Questionable Content

Dylan Meconis’ ‘Family Man’ Blends History, Theology and Very Subtle Werewolves

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There aren't many comics that crack jokes about post-Reformation theology, but Dylan Meconis manages to make those jokes both incredibly funny and surprisingly accessible in her historical webcomic Family Man. Set in

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‘The Criminal Lawyer’s Guide to Criminal Law’ is an Illustrated Primer on Law and Order

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When I was in law school, my absolute least famous class was criminal procedure. It's affectionately termed the "Law & Order" class, because it deals with the sorts of things Sam Waterston dealt with every week: illegal searches, Miranda warnings, burdens of proof. But I sp

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Best Webcomics Ever (This Week) 3.4.12

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Welcome back to another round-up of Best Webcomics Ever (This Week). If you're playing along at home, please remember that the only way to win is by leaving a comment at the end of this post about your favorite series, as it makes my job easier.

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‘Doctor Voluptua’ Is the Psychiatrist who Treats the World’s Most Bizarre Sexual Problems [Sex]

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I don't envy sex therapists. Navigating the maze between the emotional and physical issues that go into sexual arousal has got to be tricky -- and it's even worse when you throw in the difficulty of talking to your patients about their most intimate problems. The

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