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Something Positive

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Genre: Mature
Date Added: Before Time Began
Last Update: 22 May 2015
Current Comic Ranking: 18/23733
Views This Month: 11620   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 1959   (More...)
Favourite of: 762 members
Status: Normal (?)

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A boneless cat and two violent Asian women co-own Davan, a 20-something in Boston. A sex midget, trap-door gators, and Redneck Trees stalk the sets. A little something to offend everyone.

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MagusCGM 5/5
I was introduced to webcomics through SP. Now I read it everyday along with 32 other comics. SP is a gateway comic, you will become addicted to reading and you will constantly search for newer \'more intense\' webcomics to read. But sadly no other comic will be like your first comic. In the end you will lose your friends, family, your job, even your dog while your life spirals out of control into the dark whore infested world of webcomics.
avelworldcreator 5/5
I\'ve been following this comic for 5+ years. I have never found it to have grown old or stale. I even refer people who are starting out in the web comic field to it as an excellent example of how to do it right.
To the guy commenting about how it shouldn\'t be read straight through from beginning to latest in the archive.

Eh, whatever floats your boat. I was sick, I was bored. So I knocked (at the time) 4 years out then patiently waited for new updates.

To the random rage quitters- 1) your complaints actually cause people to click the comic to see what it\'s all about. Followed by compliments from said new readers to Randy. So thanks. You\'re causing him to say he\'ll write for a few more years. 2) Everyone needs laughter. Some of the rage quitters have him rolling, I think anyway. They have me rolling and I\'m just a reader.
eirecat 1/5
I honestly used to absolutely love this comic, but it\'s dived into a bottomless shithole recently. The art hasn\'t improved at all over the ten years that the comic has been online and popular; in fact, I\'m pretty sure it\'s gotten worse. Crappy cut and paste art with crappy \'humor\', and I use that term loosely.

Millholand tries so hard to be \"edgy\" that his characters come off as completely interchangable. They\'re all snarky, cynical, darkly humored douchebags. Mike, god bless him, gave the impression that he would grow and change, but with the most recent storyline, that\'s apparently been scrapped yet again.

Fuck you, Millholand. Fuck you and your hatred of your own fans, you\'re crappy update schedule (Seriously?? Three updates over two weeks and you treat that like you\'re doing us a favor?), fuck your boring characters, your fap-fest women, your overly drawn-out storyarchs, your carbon copy characters and your smug sense of self satisfaction that lets you keep churning this shit out week after week and still think you\'re doing something worthwhile.


that guy  
I\'ve never read this comic, but I have to give kudos to bob&mike\'s straight-foward and offensive comment. Not just one dick... a whole freakin bag of em.
Stormblazer 4/5
I'm probably not being entirely fair to this comic- it's really meant to be read on a day to day basis, and it doesn't work nearly as well reading the archives straight out I think.
That said, it is funny, and it's drawn well for it's purposes (although I wish the text was a tad bit bigger, that's just me). Unfortunately, it tends to be a bit repetetive, and too many characters are too static it seems.
And something about it just prevents me from being really drawn into the characters like I am in some other comics.

Again, it is quite funny in many places, it just feels like it's missing something.
HippieVan 3/5
Something positive can be very funny and has a lot of good plots and characters, but it also seems to be kind of preachy at times, especially Davan. Also, I sometimes notice the same jokes being repeated.
bob&mike 1/5
This comic is sucks a bag of dicks. So does the taint who created it. It is not unique whatsoever though it tries SO hard be. Probably because the turd who writes and illustrates is not original himself, just a carbon copy of greater art he or she has witness throughout his or her life. The art consists of images that are on par with clip art. The humour, sadly, matches.
Jim AKA Mutt 5/5
Great comic. Well drawn and very entertaining. Randy Milholland is also a master of filthy dialogue. A Rembrandt of obscenity, if you will. It's a beautiful thing to behold.
dragontfm 5/5
very entertaining ..well drawn and very funny
osyris 5/5
I read this at work, and sometimes I have to leave my desk or accept tears falling from my eyes to keep from laughing uncontrollably. Love it!
DG aka ArtmonkeyD 5/5
Awesome! I love the dialogue. It's so true to life.
Fishman624 5/5
one of the best webcomics out there, love the cynicism and sarcasm of the comic, plus its hilarious
Someone fix that horrible, horrible image.
Ami 5/5
Iím surprised that this comic isnít a lot higher. I mean itís arguably the best of the daily updated webcomics. Tight art, original characters, and a refreshingly intelligent story. A few people have complained about the dialog, but how many webcomics out there can create constant humor without resorting to slapstick violence? (Not that I donít appreciate slapstick violence, I just like a little variety). That said the comic isnít perfect. Itís very formulaic in that the beginning panels move the story forward and the last panel has a witty cynicism. Considering that all webcomics fall into some kind of formula this is hardly a big detraction, but it is more noticeable within a comic that thrives on intelligent banter. The storylines, as people have pointed out, can also be repetitive and again while every webcomic falls into this it is more noticeable in somethingpositive due to it being so story driven.

That said, it is still a top notch webcomic and worthy of five stars.
shadow42-kc 4/5
It's not 24th for nothing. Excellent artwork, well thought out plots (albeit occasionally repetitive/similar), engaging characters. My only qualm is the sheer amount of dialogue within each comic, although this helps ensure a consistant amount of humour within the comic. If you have the time to read it through, I strongly recommend it.
da beast 5/5
I have to give randy alot of praise for this one. The sarcastic nature of the comic really sticks throughout.
The drawing style isn't to detailed which makes it really match the humor.
hollyqi 5/5
This was one of the first webcomics I read and I still like it a lot, although I think with Randy now writing three comics (15+ strips a week total) sometimes the writing suffers for it. Still, the man is brilliant, and Something Positive is an inspiration to all aspiring web comic artists out there. I still tell people to check out the first S*P strip anytime I'm trying to explain why they should read web comics. That usually gets them hooked. heh.
jules 4/5
one of my most favorites! It's very funny and can sometimes push the envelope. but it's very good!
kainee 5/5
The art fits the style of this comic but I really enjoy this comic because of the strong storyline. This is a good example of writing what you know-- I don't know how much of the events chronicled are true to life but you can tell it is at the very least heavily influenced by reality. This influence gives the characters and story a weight to it and also makes it rather believable even with unbelievable situations like a character producing a play with a controversial take on Jesus, etc. I really love a lot of the cast-- everyone is very human. Although the main character Davan seems to be a Mary Sue of sorts, he's an acceptable one because he actually has FLAWS. I also love Davan's friends, Aubrey and Peejee. It's cool to see Asian women characterized in an atypical way. But please.... Asian-- not Oriental-- that's a fricking rug! God!

Ahem... anyway... The only weakness is that although I love the dialogue, sometimes it can be too plentiful. It can get to be too much like talking heads sometimes. If I'm too tired, I might skip this comic because of the insane amount of dialogue you usually have to read. It's also hard to hook people when they see how much reading is done to get the punchline.

But a plus in this comic's favor is that Milholland doesn't annoy me or piss me off. His news post also give me some information that I find useful. I'm happy that he's able to wrok ont eh webcomic full time now.

Keep up the good work!
mia_ravana 5/5
A wonderful comic with characters you really care about and want to follow. The humor at times is a little bizzare (but that is my favorite!) and could be less enertaining to some. However, this is by far my favorite comic out there! Everyone should at least check it out and give it a chance.
shadechaos 5/5
One of my favorite comics out there, a bit text heavy at times, but still the best example of art mirrors life mirrors art that I've seen.
JackSP 5/5
Some of the best writing EVER
Fire Eye 5/5
I've never read a webcomic that had me actually fall out of my seat. The main character is a sarcastic jerk with a heart of gold (spray-painted gold, anyway). His best friends are homicidal Orientals, and a guy with his "business" in girls. complete idiots about, and somehow manages to mix in vulgar silliness, caustic wit, and real drama of love, loss, family, and D&D.
Matt Morrison 5/5
Easily the funniest comic self-published on the web. Manages the neat balance of being sweet and touching as well as offensively funny. Quite often at the same time.
Alschroeder 5/5
The best webcomic out there, currently. Witty, ironic, black humor, and occasionally moving. --Al
Nerraux 5/5
I LOVE S*P! It's well-written, well-drawn, and it holds your attention all the time. It's not a one-view kinda comic, you have to put some time into reading it. But if you do, you'll be better for the experience.
Biddarin 5/5
Something Positive is incredibly witty, sarcastic, cynical, and unpredictable at every turn. It has evolved from a joke a day(and mostly shock jokes) to a very well-written, detailed, and funny comic that can make you think on more occasions then you'd like to admit. Not for everyone, but if you like dark humour, check it out.
Srdjan 2/5
Although it can be funny, it goes mostly on gross-out humor, "Something about Mary" style, which I don't perticulary like.

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