Hi, let me depress you.

Go take a look at the website hosting your favorite webcomic – and don’t lie; this is the Internet and you are in the blogosphere.  You have a favorite webcomic.


Now take a look at this website.

English does not have words for the level of unfairness involved, frankly.


  • Neil Stevens says:

    I don’t know, I’m not much of a fan of flash-burdened monsters that make you work to find the actual comic of the day.

  • Just Dave says:

    Unfair? To who, me? That web site is awful. No sign of the actual comic, splattered full of cycle-eating animated flashvertisements, topped off with an auto-play episode of the TV show.

    The whole thing is a prime example of the attention deficit disorder school of web design.

  • Skip says:

    I have to agree with them, Moe. The garfield one is so bad that I would only consider reading it if I could get the cartoon on an RSS feed, so that I never, ever had to go to the website. But then again, that’s basically how I read all my webcomics.

  • Maladorn says:

    Add me to the RSS school of comic reading (even if the feed just tells me when they update). And the Flash hating one too.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Garfield’s better without Garfield.

  • wombat-socho says:

    OMG, people are still reading Garfield? That has to be the most unfunny comic since Charles Schulz assumed room temperature.

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