MegaCynics is a brother and sister web-comic that is awesome! The creators of it are Steve and Ash, Steve is one of the founders of XE.com and runs an investment company called Dracogen Strategic Investments. Steve has invested in the Fallout: Nuka Break web-series, the games Psychonauts and Costume Quest, he is also a very generous man and gives very large donations to charities such as Child’s Play Charity, and any other charity that he feels fit. Ash is most notable for well drawing up this awesome comic and her appearances on some Loading Ready Run videos and well-being a friend of the Loading Ready Run crew.
The comic is well drawn and based on real life events both have been through. Such as when Ash and Steve had to pick up Doug Jones for filming Fallout: Nuka Break, or how Steve loves to pull pranks on possible new employees, and even better when Steve did this for Desert Bus this year.
The comic is well drawn, each panel flows perfectly, the dialogue is realistic and straight to the point, overall if you are interested in a new web-comic to read check MegaCynics out, they update every Wednesday and Friday.
Roy’s Boys is drawn and written by Ron Chan (or Roy Kwong) and Sean Kelly (or Shane Conway). Ron does illustration work for a lot of comic books and web-comics. Sean works on a site called Thunderbolt Games which is a video game review site, and his personal site Negative Press. Ron and Sean are both good friends who met at Savannah College of Art and Design. The comic is mostly based on just random funny things they could come up with, and it works.
Each comic strip is only in Black and White no colour at all. The main plot of each could be compared to real life moments (for me its my never-ending eating that seems to also be a problem for Shane) for a lot of people and its an excellent comic. Roy’s Boys is updated every Monday and Thursday.
Seems like this list will give you a new comic to read everyday.
Alpha Ballistic is about a man named Lee Legend (Chris Owens is his non-superhero name) who is a arse-kicking superhero, that helps the people of his city and still has time to come home and be a good father and overall family man. What is different about this comic is well Chris/Lee actually lives the hardships people don’t expect heroes to experience, Like he works as a Substitute teacher (funny enough Sauce Boss from Epic Meal Time was also a Substitute Teacher) to make an honest living, His wife makes him sleep on the sofa if he comes home too late, and he has actual vulnerabilities (His suit is not bullet proof) that would lead to certain death.
The comic is pretty well drawn and the dialogue fits the current era. As a new strip is released every Thursday the quality and work put in to each panel is more noticeable. So please check this comic out and if you enjoy it and want to see more make sure to visit their support page.
RobotFriday is a pretty cool comic strip that gives off a feeling similar to Penny Arcade. The main characters are Thomas and Gary who are good friends and well Thomas only has Gary for a friend. Thomas seems to have nothing go well for him but when something does go good it’s followed by a big problem. RobotFriday is not entirely based on Thomas’s (the creator of this web comic named his character after him) real life, but may hold some truth within every strip. RobotFriday is updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Gravston is an anime styled web-comic drawn by James Roy. Gravston is about Samuel Mortimer, a sixteen year old boy who is the Death Host; a human being who is the physical form of death and it is his duty to slay Demons who violate the laws of life and death through immortality. That being said, this story is not just about Samuel, and features many other supporting characters. so please read this comic and follow along as this story unfolds and we learn the secrets about Samuel and his search for the mysterious ginger red-eyed man.
This comic is updated daily, but its on hold for some time as James spend some time in his home land the United Kingdom.
So please check these comics out, and enjoy them.
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