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Dueling Analogs

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Genre: Gaming
Date Added: 16 January 2006
Last Update: 26 November 2015
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Current Comic Ranking: 51/24181
Views This Month: 10432   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 1584   (More...)
Favourite of: 297 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Dueling Analogs is a color semi-weekly webcomic that lampoons the characters, culture and subtext of modern gaming culture.

Updates every Monday and Thursday.

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This comic strip although posses not a good story still good to watch because of the art. Very talented.
brown_recluse_gundam 5/5
Pffsh! Whatever! If you're new to this comic, I would totally ignore all the hubbub below and just check out the comic. Trust me. It's good. Go. Read. Have fun.
DeathbyChiasmus 2/5
it's not quite the bottom of the barrel. I mean, if I could rate the artwork and site design alone, I'd give 'em both a 4. but the humor is entirely derivative and unoriginal, and not especially funny either. too many webcomickers are under the impression that just because they're making comics that are so offensive they'd give your mom an aneurysm, that makes them humorous.
brown_recluse_gundam 5/5
This here is a very good read. Fun and funny to the end. I must have gone through the archive atleast 5 times. The blond kid could use a different hair style though. The one he has now is kinda girly. I'm just saying. Besides that, this is a definate read.
joshua_wyatt_england 5/5
Fantastic, this comic is fantastic. and the Sony bashing rocks!
thunk 2/5
this is nothing on CAD or even QC... the fact that it remains so high up on the list is dodgy but then he still pays for advertising whereas the better known and more established comics like QC and Penny arcade have no need. Hopefully once Steve Napierski gives it a chance without the advertising we can see if it truly deserves its spot!
Woots 2/5
I have to admit that, if this comic didn't get so popular so fast, I wouldn't have as much of a problem with it. But as it is, it's mediocre, at best, and usually not funny, just dirty. The art's decent I guess, but it's certainly no Outer Circle.
ryclaude 2/5
these thoughts all seem to become somewhat one sided, I'm gonna look for good and bad right now, having read this through.
First of all, Gamer humour is not inventive much like the majority of the games industry. The standard for gaming webcomics is parody game - add something for shock value - Violent close. the other problem being that since the people reading the comics play games already and most of them have half a brain, many of the gags are what we're all thinking.
This seems to be the case in this instance (with the possible exception of that orgasm / stat increase joke which was more the author's stream of consciousness and gives a worrying indication of his state of mind). Add to this the added factor that some strips read EXACTLY like other comics - the mario screws toad thing - and this is overall a lazily written comic.
Artwise, there is a very defined style that is merged well with the look of the videogames it parodies. It definately has quite a professional glean to it, my personal favourite pieces of eye candy being the pacman ghosts painting themselves and "dont judge alien hominid based of his cover". The one gripe with the artwork i have on the comic is that when a "realistic" human is drawn, their anatomy feels off, and the angles of their bodies are somewhat skewed.
The site design is innovative, though I do wonder if something more interesting could be done with the "controls" page at the bottom of the screen. Lastly, one small problem which is more of personal preference, I'm sick of seeing links pages where the majority of links listed are those Heavy hitters, VGcats, Penny Arcade, Machall, Etcetera. I'd like some more obscure finds showcased.

Overall, Dueling Analogues is an excercise in style over substance, one that seems to be succeeding, even if it's in a very overcrowded genre.
Traitorfish 4/5
Not original, by any means, but it''s still got quality artwork and humour, plus a cool site design.
Sure, it's not original, but I'd rather have an unoriginal but good comic than an original but bad one.
smileyfaceman 5/5
Crap, double posted! How embarrassing.
smileyfaceman 1/5
It's been done before...and by people much better at art and humour than this guy. Avoid this one.
smileyfaceman 1/5
It's been done before...and by people much better at art and humour than this guy. Avoid this one.

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