Wonders of the English language:
-"Your comics are shit."
-"Sorry, I mean your comics are the shit."
-"Oh, thanks."

I’m a Webcomic Consumer

I’m so lucky, lucky me –
I get all my comics free.
I read one, I read many,
I don’t need to pay a penny.

If I love it, good for me:
continuing my laughing spree!
Tweet, share and upvote of course –
I’ll do these without remorse.

But if I hate it I just might
comment on the artist’s site:
-click- -click- -click-, let’s hit submit:
“Your comic is a piece of shit.”

You may think I’m kinda rude,
but I’m just helping out the dude:
thanks to me the artist knows
just how much his comic blows.


Forget webcomic fans or webcomic readers – the webcomic consumer changes the way we treat comics, for better or worse, since, oh, around 1998…


Here are some more comics about how the internet changes things.


  1. Klaus

    Sadly fitting 🙁 I like comment sections to see what others make of a given comic page, but many webcomics have turned them off, because these things get too much out of hand.

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