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Year One - the strip

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Genre: Geeky
Date Added: 14 April 2005
Last Update: 28 August 2006
URL: yearone.spiderspawn.com
Archive URL: yearone.spiderspawn.com
Current Comic Ranking: 15899/23327
Views This Month: 1   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 29   (More...)
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Synopsis:
You like comic books? You like webcomics? Then check this out! A group of grade 1 kids who might remind you of your favourite comic book characters. Its a riot. Well, mildly amsuing at least. I hope.

Current synopsis by: melike
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thelanyard 3/5
I'm only to May 20th 2005 so far in the archives and it's pretty entertaining. The art isn't too bad at this point. I read a few of the more recent strips and the art is very good. The humor is hit or miss where I'm at in the archives. I love his depiction of Doom.
Strange Ian 4/5
The art starts out being rather good, and it just keeps on getting better and better. The story isn't really the main thin, I think, but it's still very funny (more so if you're familiar whith the Marvel universe), if somewhat incoherent.
I don't know why the artist keeps belitteling (if that's how it's spelled) his own work, though, there's really no reason for that.
Terra 4/5
Using other, professional artists' characters is an upfront admission that you admire their work but wish to see them in a different setting. That jokes are funny, the characters are cute and it's really a very good read.
skipmonkey 4/5
As the spouse of a died in the wool comic book fan, I find this strip highly amusing, and very original. I didn't find it too inside-jokey, although it really is a strip for marvel fans (or haters). I enjoy the art, too.
Woots 4/5
Even though this isn't exactly the first comic to put classic characters in school together, it's still a pretty funny comic. I love the artwork.
While it's true that some of the gags are kinda inside-jokey with comic fans, I still think the majority are funny.
melike  
Its a parody of the characters. I think you'll agree that the appearance of the characters are quite different to whom they're based on. I guess you have to know a little about about comics to fully appreciate the jokes. If i had totally ripped them off maybe this would be justified but I have to disagree.
Misanthrope 2/5
Using other, professional artists' characters is an upfront admission that you lack creativity. That explains why the jokes aren't funny, either.
The art is good. Thank you for not using sprites or Paint.

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