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Comic Creatorz

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Genre: Gaming
Date Added: 18 August 2004
Last Update: 1 July 2013
Current Comic Ranking: 4915/23671
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The story of two guys in college who decide to make a webcomic. And the webcomic they actually create. They soon find out that juggling a comic, campus life and coursework is a delicate balance.

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Comic Creatorz

STORY: There are two simultaneous stories going on at once in “Comic Creatorz”: the story of the two comic creators, and the comic they create (Fantastacy) about a hero on a quest. Comics about the creators are often gag-a-day type, stuff you don’t need to have read the previous to get. They poke fun at the behind-the-scenes of the cartooning, letting the characters act out some of the collective annoyances of the webcomic community. However, the only story flaw is that it sometimes falls prey to some of the very things it is making fun of. For example, the Fantastacy storyline is supposed to be silly and full of expositions, to parody comics like that; however, that makes those particular comics a little hard to read.

CHARACTERS: In personality, the characters are quite different. One is the “loveable slacker”, while the other is more responsible. They play off of each other nicely, and neither is so off-the-wall or so serious that they can’t interact normally when they need to. However, the only problem here is that they are insanely hard to tell apart. One has a red shirt, the other has a green shirt, and the hair is slightly different; that is it. Throughout the archives, I kept trying to remember which one was which, and would often have to reread the comic once I had figured it out.

FUNNY FACTOR: This comic is surprisingly funny; I found myself chuckling several times while looking through the archives (and this was my second read-through). Despite the jokes mainly being based off already established humour (ie; the “I’m bored. Let’s start a webcomic” opening), the cartoonist manages to add a little spin to it. With the joke I just mentioned, it is turned into a running gag about one character knocking over doors. The humour is definitely the strong point of this comic.

ART: The art is the weak point here. It isn’t great, it is a very simple, and perhaps even a little off-putting when you first encounter it. However, after a read it is obvious that the cartoonist does put some work into the art. There are backgrounds drawn for about every comic, they are all coloured (except for the Fantastacy comics), and the characters are quite expressive. The drawing style is also clean, and simple (this is a something I find a lot of artists try to do, is to draw more complicated and in a more difficult style than they should, ending up with a big scribbly mess… this is not the case here).
Srdjan 4/5
A comic every webcomic author can relate to. Kind of attachment to How Not To Run A Comic.

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