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Dresden Codak Presents

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Genre: Quirky
Date Added: 2 June 2005
Last Update: 13 May 2009
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Current Comic Ranking: 1186/23733
Views This Month: 1155   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 178   (More...)
Favourite of: 432 members
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"Dresden Codak Presents" is a bi-weekly comic that covers pressing topics like cats dressed up like Incas, shooting the elderly, Aborigines with jetpacks, Jonathan Frakes and Popes fighting communist Vietnam. There's also a frequently updated gallery of DC's various artwork deals. It's like an adventure every day!

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phatnes 5/5
This is probably among the best, if not the single best art in sci fi webcomics, and the story is amazingly dark and twisted. I love how its creator does not settle on a single drawing style but keeps evolving it. It is really rewarding to go back to the earliest panels and follow his style change, it\'s beautiful. Updates are painfully rare, though, but these are not 5 minute doodles and the guy probably has a life, too.
dodogal 5/5
An amazing comic, the first strips were lacking a little quality in art, but Aron developed his art style pretty well, the hob saga was amazing both in it\'s story and art, the newer works though scarce (in updates) are just as good
BjarnePirat 5/5
Great mix of science, philosophy and humor, presented with cool pictures and well composed layouts.
Hedgehogozzy 5/5
One of the finest Webcomics I've ever read.
The Philosophy RPG alone was enough for me to fall madly in love.
One of the finest Webcomics I've ever read.
The Philosophy RPG alone was enough for me to fall madly in love.
nazgjunk 5/5
Strange. I loved the postapocalyptic "Epilogue". I don't think I'll ever get all the metaphors that are said to be hidden in this stuff, but it amazes me either way. It's appealing to philosophy and physics geeks, both of which I am. I wub it.
DeathbyChiasmus 4/5
a rare combination of randomness and substance. clever, unorthodox, and artistically well-crafted. not always funny, but always extremely cool.
Mithel 5/5
Utterly fantastic in all areas.

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