Jeph Jacques’ “Questionable Content”

January 21, 2009
The impressive cast.

The impressive cast.

Oh goodness. Questionable Content. How terrified I am to discuss you, for fear that I simply will not do you justice.

Questionable Content is not only one of my all-time favorite webcomics, it is most definitely one of the most addicting. How addicting, you ask? Well, it is so addicting, that whenever the topic of webcomics comes up in conversation- and it does a lot- I always mention QC, and someone the group calls me a “pusher” and tells me to stop ruining people’s lives with webcomics. I don’t know how many people I’ve forced to sit at their computers every night waiting for the updates, but I have seen Peter sit at his computer at 11.50 hitting refresh every time the page loads in hope that the comic will be updated.

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Webcomic: That’s Inhuman!

January 10, 2009

I just couldn’t wait for Monday to post my first review, so I figured that, in the meantime, I’d show you guys a new and upcoming webcomic that I’m going to be keeping an eye on for sure.

It’s called “That’s Inhuman”, by Ty Halley. The site itself has not been up for very long, and the webcomic is basically at it’s birth as of yet. The comic is updated every weekday, and so far there are only seven comics up. (Which would make it a week old, yes?) It centers around the zombie Gordon and the robot Karloff as they try to fit into human society. The four-panel comics featuring the duo have been entertaining, but to be honest they’re not why I’m interested in following the site. The reason I really care about watching where this is going is that in addition to webcomics, the two also star in sitcom-esque animated episodes.

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