I was going to do the article on Electronic Tigers and realized that the creator has taken the comic off the internet since every attempt to click on a link no longer works. It's too bad since I had a bit to say about it. Like despite it's decent art (though the girl's head looks too small for her body) , the creator tries too hard to be edgey and politically incorrect not to mention the tolken female is nothing more than masterbation fodder than a real character. Not to mention that he accuses any one who does like his comic as some oversensitive political-correctness nazi.
Electronic Tigers was killed by the author.
Now he's got a new one: http://comicstripclub.com/ <—Right, Left, Center
We need a review of RLC.
You will have within the next days.
I figure since this one is pretty short, I'll finish reading it soon.
Hur hur, liberals are brainwashed pansies whose bleeding hearts make them want to do things like help the less fortunate and be in good standing with other countries. Political satire isn't two people discussing a recent event as blandly as possible with the same obvious conclusion of "no, u" every time.
I'm, by most definitions, a conservative (though a Canadian conservatives are pretty much stern American liberals), and this pisses me off to no end.
Alright, the good news is, my internet is indeed working. The bad news is that this comic's cut and paste enough to make it think it wasn't.
As if helping others and actually being decent terms with other countries is a bad thing. Political webcomics usually aren't very good though I kinda like Slowpoke and Humon's world event comics (which personifies various countries) on deviantart are quite entertaining. They seem to fall a little into South Park syndrome where you can't make the other side into something other than a gullible, irrational fool (or something else negative) who's nothing more than a strawman to knock down (and that's even when I agree with the creators on something). Though it backfired on Stan during the Mormon episode that it cost him a friend (who we never saw again). Sorry South Park fans, that's just how I feel about the show at times.
From what I hear, conservatives from non-American countries tend to usually be what we consider liberal.
I was checking back on my old review when I visited again the site of Right, Left, Center, from the guy who's also done Electronic Tigers
There seem to be some Electronic Tigers comic archived there, now.
Not all of them, however, but its something.