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Unlife Online

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Genre: Quirky
Date Added: 6 May 2005
Last Update: 14 February 2014
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Current Comic Ranking: 5717/23731
Views This Month: 25   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 60   (More...)
Favourite of: 13 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Unlife Online: Where internet wackiness meets cocaine! The comic is about a group of online friends in AIM chat rooms. Plus, a bit of randomness here and there.

Current synopsis by: MadKatt15
Current image by: evilmario

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TGM 5/5
When I click on the "Next" button I am often met with a comic I have not yet before experienced. This mystifies me and makes me wonder if this comic is not bespelled by some foul, hilarious dweamor. Mysteries like this and the strange man in the mirror keep me from seeing how many thumb tacks I can fit in my mouth, and for that I am grateful.
Angelman 3/5
I lquestion the juxtaposition of the characters and the reactions via the uncanny valley and how it tackles questions such as
"What does it mean to be human?"
"What is reality?"
"What is the difference between real memories and artificial memories?" Good try but it lacks the creative flare needed to expand into the current poetic stage of this modern world.
evilmario 4/5
I liken this yarn to the tragic tales of Jean Val Jean. Every new page is a window into the fractured soul of a tormented artist, and his troubled past.
brokencompass 5/5
I like where the emotional breakdowns are going and the overall character driven content that you are providing. I hope it keeps going in that direction! I am sorry, but this has so much gravitas I can't stop reading! I'd compare it to such works as the arcticle in the New York Times, November 9, 1953 "T.S. Eliot Talks About Himself and the Drive to Create,"
Misanthrope 3/5
A bit random, but not bad.

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