Sunday Comics: The Days Are Just Packed

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 Dec. 12. -- Read more of Awkward Zombie

Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira published Dec. 13. -- Read more of Nerf NOW!!

Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik published Dec. 16. -- Read more of Penny Arcade

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull published Dec. 12. -- Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Brawl In The Family by Matthew Taranto published Dec. 15. -- Read more of Brawl In The Family

Virtual Shackles by Jeremy Vinar and Mike Fahmie published Dec. 14. -- Read more of Virtual Shackles

Dueling Analogs by Steve Napierski published Dec. 16. -- Read more of Dueling Analogs

ActionTrip by Borislav Grabovic and Ure Paul published Dec. 12. -- Read more of ActionTrip

Legacy Control by Javis Ray published Dec. 15. -- Read more of Legacy Control

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Comments

    I can't bring myself to open all of these. I miss the old days when we could see the whole comic from here :(

      You can't even click on the images anymore. I had to go to Kotaku US to view them (the only other way being to open the links to the comic sites)

      me too. I don't bother anymore.

        Ditto. The links don't even take you to the comic in some cases. What a waste of article space.

        At least they don't use it to argue about the objectification of cartoon characters.

    Same here. I hope they change the formatting.

    Mark can you hear us.

    Seeing as a lot of these webcomics fund their hosting costs through advertising and trying to sell merchandise, I reckon you guys can quit bitching about the labour of having to press your finger on a mouse-button so you can read a couple of jokes

    ...fkn hell

      Calling them jokes is a bit generous don't you think?

      Well, there could at least be a link straight to the actual comic in question at the target site, or people just aren't going to care enough.
      Like me.

      I have a few comic sites I check regularly, Penny Arcade, XKCD, Cyanide and Happiness, but the page as it is it basically "Here's a preview of a comic. Now, we aren't going to show you the entire comic strip, or even enough of it to be sure what the funny is leading towards, AND, we're not going to necessarily provide you a link to it so you can finish looking at it."

      Yeh.
      Next.

    I don't see an expand button or anything, and the links to the comics aren't even direct for some of them.

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