I believe we've had a Friday night topic at some point in the past about web comics, but that discussion was mostly about day-to-day strips like Penny Arcade and PvP. Tonight, I'd like to talk about another form of comic that's flourished online: the serial comic that tells an involved story in extended form. The best examples I can come up with off the top of my head are:
There's a ton of entertainment to be had via that short list of links. I enjoy those even though I never did get into printed comic books growing up.
Have you found any good serial web-comics? What are your favorites, and why?
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