Sunday Comics: The Kitchen Sink

Welcome to your Sunday read of the week's best in web comics. Make sure to click on the expand button in the bottom right to enlarge each comic.

ActionTrip by Borislav Grabovic and Ure Paul published Nov. 17. — Read more of ActionTrip

Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich published Nov. 19. — Read more of Awkward Zombie

Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira published Nov. 22. — Read more of Nerf NOW!!

Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik published Nov. 21. — Read more of Penny Arcade

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull published Nov. 17. — Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Virtual Shackles by Jeremy Vinar and Mike Fahmie published Nov. 21. — Read more of Virtual Shackles

Another video game Webcomic by Phil Chan and Joe Dunn published Nov. 17. — Read more of Another video game Webcomic

Legacy Control by Javis Ray published Nov. 17. — Read more of Legacy Control


Comments

    You didn't include Ctrl+Alt+Del??

    It finished!! This weekend!

    I don't know how to feel

      hack always stole other people's jokes. That said, I haven't looked at this site in 4-5 years.

      It's not finished so much as getting a complete reboot. Kind of interested to see where it goes from here, based on what the blog post said. Perhaps it'll allow him to leave behind.

      I've never really understood why Ctrl Alt Delete gets so much more flack than other similar webcomics. It's not great by any stretch but there's plenty much much worse out there.

        I really enjoy Ctrl Alt Delete, and yeah I don't understand the flack it cops either

        I know it isn't finished finsihed, but still, sad

        Possibly because Tim Buckley is known for being a bit of a dick. I've never thought it was absolutely terrible, but it certainly didn't deserve to be quite as popular as it was/is.

      CAD is a gaming comic? News to me. I thought it was about poorly written story arcs and terrible copypaste art.
      I guess I'm at a loss.jpg

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