Webcomics Made, Funny

Time to stop being a spectator and start being a contributor! Webcomics! Strongbad shows us how!
HT: Aaron Albert

1 Response to “Webcomics Made, Funny”


  1. 1 P.S. October 13, 2007 at 5:29 pm

    As a fan of webcomics (even from some of the formats lampooned on here) I found that hilarious…and unfortunately true.

    (Apologies in advance if this comment ends up looking wonky. No apologies for my taste.)


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