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Comics - Page NES - March 31st, 2012, 11:00 pm

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Blitzkrieg1701, March 30th, 2012, 10:02 pm

Ah yes, the classic April Fool's update. Or, in my case, "let's draw a totally different kind of comic day". WHat can I say? I just don't like trying to deliberately mislead anybody, and it's not like anyone actually BELIEVES any of that stuff when they see it.

So, yeah, SPRITE COMIC! I actually used to do a LOT of these back in the day (as anyone who's gone prowling around my Photobucket gallery knows) Personally, I don't agree with people who think sprite comics are terrible by default. I think if you've got a good enough idea, you can make any medium work... but that's not very funny, so "hahahaha, look at that stupid sprite comic!"

Obviously, tune in Tuesday for the next REAL comic.

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Seros Senric (Guest), April 1st, 2012, 12:48 am

My favourite sprite comic is Kid Radd. (And at least most of the sprites in that comic were original...)
Speaking of sprite comics I've intended to read Bob and George for a while now (since it was one of the first popular sprite comics), but I have yet to do so. Also, that comic stated on April 1st.

For some reason I like how Trigger says "Hi little guy!" in that last panel.

Dave (Guest), April 2nd, 2012, 6:30 am

Bob and George was one of the very first webcomics I read and THE first sprite comic I read.
It is still one of my favourite comics of all time, because the author really did make the medium work. But I think what's most impressive is that he managed to create more plotholes and cover them all (well, almost) than any other comic. Also the fact that it's one of the few webcomics which actually finished their story.
So, yes, I'd really recommend to read the comic if you haven't yet and then read it AGAIN to remember all those little strips which you were sure made NO sense and which were fully explained 1-7 years later.

dar88 (Guest), April 29th, 2012, 5:57 pm

me to
yea Bob and George rocked it was one of my frist online comic i read

Sam Bronson (Guest), May 2nd, 2017, 7:59 am

Ooh! I was looking for that!
Or, more accurately, I've been trying to remember the name "Kid Radd" since realizing that I did not have ready (possibly any?) access to the drive I had downloaded it onto before, and so would have to know the name to find it again.

(Kudos to the author as well for having the foresight to offer Kid Radd for download, as this was presumably instrumental in the comic's continued availability.)

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