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Aarin's Desk

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Genre: Quirky
Date Added: 25 October 2006
Last Update: 2 March 2008
URL: www.anatali.com/aarinsdesk/index.ht...
Archive URL: www.anatali.com/aarinsdesk/arc...
Current Comic Ranking: 19695/23321
Views This Month: 1   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 28   (More...)
Favourite of: 28 members
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Synopsis:
This satire explores the secret lives of an alcoholic writer’s captive helpers. With the myth of Exodus driving their mayhem, the residents of Aarin’s Desk challenge each other in a mockery of everything epic. Updated twice a week.

Current synopsis by: Aarin
Current image by: Aarin


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ZeroEntertainment 4/5
Completely quirky and a credit to the author's strangeness!
fesworks 3/5
When I first saw this comic, I was not too terribly interested because it was a photo comic. But I gave it a chance. It is definetly not hap-hazardly constructed. The backgrounds and various objects are not mere photos. There are some filters and effects in play. The background has a "paint and canvas" feel at times.

The dialogue is where the real emphasis is. There are storylines and object... i mean, character development that brings out everyone's roles fairly quickly, but there are deeper developments always happening. This is one well written "art piece" type of webcomic. May not be for everyone, but it makes me feel like I'm a kid playing make-believe playing at a parent's "grown-up" computer desk.
pits 4/5
Aarin's Desk is a great webcomic parody, the only well done one I've read. It parodies fantasy and adventure type comics, and although it is very funny, it's characters have serious discussions here and there, which is also a plus.
Lynn 4/5
Weird, strange and funny. Definately worth checking out. My messy desk will never be looked at the same again.

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