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Winger

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Genre: Quirky
Date Added: 7 December 2005
Last Update: 18 September 2006
URL: www.wingercomics.com/
Current Comic Ranking: 15759/23109
Views This Month: 2   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 29   (More...)
Favourite of: 11 members
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Synopsis:
Winger takes place at Shelf Life Books, a smallish mega-bookstore chain.
Dab Winger is an unconventional conservative. Well, unconventional according to liberal stereotypes, anyway. Minion Marlowe named herself after the poor, huddled masses to make up for the fact that her mom owns the bookstore chain. Ollie Oxenfree, the gregarious assistant manager, used to be a card-carrying communist, but has been showing some disturbing right-wing tendencies himself, lately...

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Ami 1/5
Boring and preachy. I checked this out because I had read his earlier work, Elf Life, and conservative comics are a bit of a rarity. However, his newest work incorporates the weak story lines of his first work and is injected with conservative messages that arenít so much offensive as incredibly boring as heís flogging horses that have been dead for quite sometime. Having read two of his works Iím also very bored with his representation of his two lead female protagonists. Overly violent, fundamentally divided, huge mood swings, rarely capable of expressing themselves beyond shrillness, and having a craving for weak male leads. I remember he once praised his first female character as a true woman, but really it just looks like a collection of stereotypes to me (except the last one, which is just an annoying cliché in nearly all stories). Elf Life fell under the weight of its schizophrenic story arc as the creator tried to incorporate every genre into it. Even in this shallow political incarnation I see similar forebodings as the characters are all related back to Elf Life under some ridiculous pretense. So if you ever wished that Elf Life got rid of all but the most ridiculous aspects of its story and incorporated tired conservative rhetoric boy have I got a webcomic for you.
Ami 1/5
Boring and preachy. I checked this out because I had read his earlier work, Elf Life, and conservative comics are a bit of a rarity. However, his newest work incorporates the weak story lines of his first work and is injected with conservative messages that arenít so much offensive as incredibly boring as heís flogging horses that have been dead for quite sometime. Having read two of his works Iím also very bored with his representation of his two lead female protagonists. Overly violent, fundamentally divided, huge mood swings, rarely capable of expressing themselves beyond shrillness, and having a craving for weak male leads. I remember he once praised his first female character as a true woman, but really it just looks like a collection of stereotypes to me (except the last one, which is just an annoying cliché in nearly all stories). Elf Life fell under the weight of its schizophrenic story arc as the creator tried to incorporate every genre into it. Even in this shallow political incarnation I see similar forebodings as the characters are all related back to Elf Life under some ridiculous pretense. So if you ever wished that Elf Life got rid of all but the most ridiculous aspects of its story and incorporated tired conservative rhetoric boy have I got a webcomic for you.

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