Lackadaisy updates once a month with 2 pages technically, which is not that bad. Latest one is perfect to read out of context, because all the context is provided anyway: https://www.lackadaisy.com/comic.php?comicid=172
>>421476 More like a monster girl, from a realm of monsters who sneak out from portals beneath peoples beds, the reason she's sitting at the kitchen table in her true form is because she's planning to break the news to him he's a halfbreed (she's used magic to take on a human appearance before now)
>>421476 The protagonist has a secret alternate dimension monster girlfriend/not-girlfriend, who he just had a huge fight with cause she wants to fuck, but he wants to friendzone her, since they aren't even the same species and it is questionable if they can have a future let alone have sex.
Then he wakes up the next day to find that his own mom is a monster from that alternate dimension.
>>422968 I wonder if they have a secret porn alt. Otherwise... I wouldn't even call it suppression. He's not covering it up or anything, it's clear for the world to see. Maybe avoiding technically-porn is a coping mechanism for being a total furry and not being secure about it?
>>423335 DBM is heaps better than Super, except that they are doing minicomics that stop the real plot every month, and they have been wanking the authors mary sue for the past year (Vegitto's daughter, who is pretty much invincible).
>>423372 No, it's from Dragon Ball Multiverse, a fan comic, which does the whole "multiple universes" concept in the Marvel What-If way - what if a villain won, what if Goku never became good, what if Vegitto never separated, etc.
The chick is an OC from the comic, from a planet of technologically advanced warriors. They have nanotech armour, shields, a pinpoint laser beam, and a grey goo (uncontrollable self replicating nanites that keep replicating until they eat everything they contact) called Carbonite. The Carbonite ate their home planet and poses a universal threat, they want to use the dragon balls to help with that, and Goku & co decided to help them.
She was doing ace combo moves with Gohan, but her power armour ran out of juice. So she used a suicidal challenge to distract Bra in order to infect her with Carbonite (Bra is Vegitto's daughter, she is bullshit strong and Babidi took over her mind).
>>423997 That's because the perspective makes objects further away look smaller. I agree that it looks very strange, but it is not entirely incorrect, just badly used. It's the same effect as in those "between the legs" shots.
The stock photo background makes it look really stupid however.
>>424186 That's a pretty cynical interpretation of the comic. The cap seems like a simple symbol to personify the person as a proud nationalist and the comic depicts them as counter-productively xenophobic. It's not just 'orange man follower bad'. Now, if he really wants skub, replace the Arabic genie with Israelite Jesus and see what happens.
>>424200 >and it is by far the worst comic on the site by far. I just want to the site and looked at the comic before it, and already I disagree. I think it's silly to dismiss the comic as political bait because it satirizes ultranationalism.
>>424226 >How can it not be political? It's clear as day. It could be non-political. I would bet money that it is meant to be political (albeit neutral) but it can 100% apply to other things. It just points normal reactions to hatred, same thing with religion and tastes in anime. It's not funny, if that's what you meant by political. I don't think it's a particularly good comic, even if the message is realistic.
I barely read webcomics anymore. Compared to back as a teenager and had a full bookmark folders of dailies to be checkin each day.
Most of the ones I read back then probably aren't even still up on the internet apart from shit like Penny Arcade or the likes which are basically Simpsons-tier rubbish now that lurches along like a zombie.
>>427673 I am legit happy for the author, having this comic go for as long as it did. Giving enough of a shit to keep something going for a very long time takes a metric shitton of effort, and a pair of balls. People give up left and right, and those who don't deserve all the praise.
>>435645 They had delisted it many years ago, but searching for it immediately gives you articles on Wikipedia, amazon, the twitter account, fucking LiveJournal even. And it didn't affect them the least since they just published a third book collection.
>>436501 I don't get it. Is the implication that they disgusted at the recuperation/appropriation of radical symbolism? Or that they think common ownership of the means of production and abolishment of money is a part of rainbow capitalism?
>>436811 He is a miss more often than a hit, and that comic is only mildly funny because it baits you into thinking it was another one of those political caricatures about black quotas at workplace. I don't think he ever made an actual funny strip that's only about videogames - maybe this Kratos one.
>>436813 You are kidding me, CTRL+ALT+DEL still exists? I remember he even did kickstarter for some animated movie. Guess that never happened. Honestly, I never found his stuff funny. Even VGCats was funnier (occasionally)
>>436989 Kelly's cartoons all read like a parody of political cartoons, I hesitate to believe they aren't intentionally ironic. It's as if someone edits in that Lady Liberty and eagle as a running joke.
>>436991 Anon... they ARE parodies of political cartoons. Extremely blatant ones. Kelly isn't an actual person but a character by the artist, which is most obvious in the comics which have nothing to do with politics but instead some personal issue he's self-inserting into 'his' work.
>>436999 To answer your question, they're usually posted on imageboards next to unironic political cartoons that are just as nonsensical, hackneyed, ungraceful and egotistical as the material Kelly parodies, so from a glance and without context it's not hard to confuse them for the real thing when it's thrown in-between Ben Garrison pictures. Poe's law in full effect.
There used to be a comic about paintballing where one of the regularly seen characters was a cool veteran paintballer that always had his mask on and used only paintball-pistols. Does anyone remember what it was called?