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« on: February 19, 2014, 01:31:17 pm »

Over the years I have read a lot of web based comics. A couple are still going, but most have long since ended. Either they completed their runs and wrapped up all their lose ends, or just stopped up dating altogether. Some are still floating about the web suspended in the time they concluded. Others rest unfinished, and unresolved. Some ended before they even really began. This thread is dedicated to all those comics that have either ended their runs, or just plain ended unfinished.

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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2014, 11:41:39 am »

Good thread.  I also have a few favorite moldy oldies.

Warp 9 to hell was a fun, completely disrespectful and profane comic chronicling the misadventures of Usagi and Mofo.  Memorable for joking about anthrax on pancakes during the height of the post 9/11 'thrax scare and the long running and oddly hilarious "I cannot move my arm" gag that went from a joke strip about shitty webcomics, to a fan comic dub to full canon.

Mall Monkeys.  Mall Monkeys was great and set completely in a shopping mall.  Memorable for a great Flash "dress up" game that's still on Newgrounds (the easter egg outfit combos and animated intro were what made it great) and the fact that before taking it off the web the creators made a CD available for fans to buy that included every strip and "extra" they had ever posted.  I own one of those CDs and once gave Randy Milholland (of Something Positive fame) a zip file including every strip because he was also a fan and missed out on nabbing the CD.

The Blue Beetle.  It's still archived somewhere but I'm too lazy to google where exactly.  It was a fun deconstruction of superhero comics.  Memorable for being one of the first web comics I can remember that actually had GOOD art.  In the earliest days most webcomic pioneers were more computer savvy than artists and it showed.  Also memorable for the exploding jar of semen gag Warp 9 to hell later ripped off.
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« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2014, 09:35:44 pm »

NekoBox. Really, really funny stuff . Warning!! Partial, and Completely Necessary Nudity.
http://nekobox.org/category/comic/

Tsunamichannel. Cute little comic about what life would be like a in a Japanese Love Sim set in the United States.
http://www.tsunamichannel.com/archive.php
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« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2014, 11:14:37 pm »

Elf Only Inn

From a Cut n' Paste webcomic to actual art about a bunch of people in a RP chatroom, except without much roleplaying. Jokes on plenty of pop culture stuff, hilarious writing, incredible artshift as it goes on and eventually it went on hiatus.
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http://www.elfonlyinn.net/d/20020523.html


Hellbound

One of the funniest webcomics I've ever read. The art is kinda bad but it really fits in with the vibe and increasing insanity of it. The characters are tops, the good guys are morons, Baxter is priceless from his spot in wide grin introduction and it's truly some really funny stuff. Breaks the fourth wall in the first panel and continues to do so, borderline genre savvy abound and it got discontinued in it's prime, which was constant. It was amazing.

http://hellboundarchive.thecomicseries.com/comics/2
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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2014, 01:39:03 pm »

I remember EoI. I just regret I found it in it's final days. That Burned and Stung.

Winter Melody-  http://winter-melody.smackjeeves.com/comics/742532/a-starting-melody-1/

A silly comic about Tasty Meats, Tea, and Maidens. Just plain silly fun.

Caravan: A Tale of Gods and Men-  http://www.caravantale.com/

This was a slower paced, but well written story. The comic ended suddenly because one of the artist suddenly stopped up dating. 
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