Sunday Comics

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.

Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich published Aug. 15. - Read more of Awkward Zombie

Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira published Aug. 19. - Read more of Nerf NOW!!

Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik published Aug. 15. - Read more of Penny Arcade

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull published Aug. 15. - Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Rooster Teeth by Griffon Ramsey and Luke McKay published Aug. 20. - Read more of Rooster Teeth

Brawl In The Family by Matthew Taranto published Aug. 18. - Read more of Brawl In The Family

Virtual Shackles by Jeremy Vinar and Mike Fahmie published Aug. 19. - Read more of Virtual Shackles

Dueling Analogs by Steve Napierski published Aug. 18. - Read more of Dueling Analogs

ActionTrip by Borislav Grabovic and Ure Paul published Aug. 15. - Read more of ActionTrip


    Damn cocky PC...

      Don't worry, it'll be out of date in five minutes.

        With the ability to be up to date just as quickly, unlike consoles which are out of date in 5 minutes and will be for the next 5 years. :P

          You make it sound like it's free to upgrade, which is far from the truth.

            @Ryan No it's the choice that counts. More importantly, a PC gamers HAS the choice to prepare for the next five years of top end PC gaming. Don't anyway I spent more than I ever did on Console gaming just so you know.

            I spent $1200 on my PC and another $300 when the 400 series came out, to be able to play the next couple generations of games. A new graphics card every couple years is always much less than a new console. Games themselves are MUCH cheaper. For example I've spent maybe around $350 dollar on PC games in the last 2 years, which = 120 titles. Not all new but most up, no region locking BS.

            Before that I only had an Xbox 360 where I had to pay $499 for the console itself then $130 for a ****ing wireless adapter, another $60 or something for another controller since the original one broke in a matter of weeks (crap build quality from both sides I've seen). A new OverPRICED hard drive disk which cost something like $200... on top of that access to LIVE which cost another $100.

            So I paid $989 JUST TO PLAY IT WITHOUT GAMES. On top of all that, the games. I'm Ozzy, so obviously it's insane prices, just playing the newer games & ended up paying $2,162. That was 23 games total. Another $200 should be tacked on top for 2 years more of LIVE.

            Holy shit, worse than I thought...
            $3,351 for my 360. Compared to my PC for $1,850, which can do SO MUCH MORE.

            Sorry for the long story but don't mouth off about "Ohhh The Upgrades, HELP, HELP, HELP US JEBUS!" Don't forget the average console gamer buy more than 1 console in one generation. For Xbox 360 users than it could be up to 2 to 4 due to the lack of quality control. I was stung only twice, luckily.

              I see it this way: buy a console, play its games, then one day it will be outdated and no more games will be made for it... buy a PC, play its games, then when you upgrade you can keep playing your old games on the same machine.

    "Manly Guys Doing Manly Things" had WHAT to do with gaming?

    Oh right, NOTHING!

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