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User Profile For thomsedavi  
I believe in user-defined chaos.
 
Homepage: brickdale.comicgenesis.com
 
Comments Posted: 23
Favourites: 29
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Below is a list of comments made by thomsedavi, in date order (newest at the top).

Comic: Elf Only Inn 4/5
I was a little dubious of this when I first started reading it because I assume that when people do cut & paste webcomics they're going to put the same amount of effort into their writing, but this surprised me and I regularly check to see if it's been updated again. Stopped right in the middle of a story!
Comic: unfit  
Actually, it is possible to give something 0 stars. If I could give this negative stars, I would.
Comic: RPG-TV  
I'm not going to rate this comic, because I haven't read a single page, but I just saw the advertisement and have to say... dude... there are like a billion identical 'gamer' webcomics around already. And they all look exactly the same. I don't get it.
Comic: Herzog the Vile 2/5
So much whatever in one comic. Two for effort, which I can see that there has a lot of. But wow, do I give a damn? It just seems like one big cry for attention to me.
Comic: Sabrina Online 5/5
Whoa! Holy Moses on a stick! I used to read this years ago in Amiga Format, I had no idea it was still going.

It's nice to know this little island of Amiganess is still afloat.
Comic: Irregular Webcomic 3/5
I have to admit this one took a bit of getting into, mostly because I found all the fantasy characters so darn confusing. (Actually I usually skip the fantasy ones and read the ones I can follow. Also I'm just a lego fan, although I do read OotS, which is great.)

I would have given it four stars, but for one thing that drives me up the wall - almost every comic comes with its own commentary!!! It's just not funny when everything that's funny about the strip is explained in detail, with references to Wikipedia and related trivia.

Sometimes, because my internet connection is slow, I end up reading the whole commentary before the actual comic has loaded, so I know what the punchline is before I read it.

(I know there's a 'no commentary' cookie, but for some reason it doesn't work on either Safari or Firefox on my computer, and yes I do know how to turn the cookies on if that was your next question. Maybe, oh I don't know, set the annotations cookie to be off by default? I'm one of only two voting individuals here, my stars count.)
Comic: Freefall 5/5
I tend to judge webcomic most by how many I read in my first sitting. Usually I only read two or three before giving up, because webcomics are usually that bad, but I read through this archive for hours and hours and only had to stop because I needed to sleep. It will be hard when I get up to date, though, because thre comics a week won't really move fast enough.
Comic: Calvin and Hobbes 5/5
"10 characters or more."
Comic: El Goonish Shive  
Oh, for heaven's sake - the word is HAVE, not OF.
Comic: Sluggy Freelance 5/5
What, I haven't given a rating to this yet? Crazy. It's been one of my favourite webcomics for ages. Um... I don't have much else to say. I'm going to have to read it all again one day, because frankly, there's waaay too much of it to remember from one reading alone, and all the references to old events usually confuse me because I can't remember them. I was going to give it four stars for that, but that isn't really fair, so I'll give it five.
Comic: Ctrl+Alt+Delete 2/5
I sort of understand that I won't get a lot of the jokes because I'm not familiar with the entire archive, but... I'm just not inspired to read the entire archive, from what I've read. I'm with the "I'm only saying anything because I don't understand why this game is #1" party.
Comic: El Goonish Shive  
Incidentally, I gave it four stars to balance all those who gave it five stars... if everyone else had given it four stars, I would have given it five. It's a mathematical thing, see.
Comic: El Goonish Shive 4/5
This comic is TOTALLY exploiting the whole furry fetish/gender swapping sexual fantasy world... no wonder it's so popular.
Comic: You're on fire.  
OH MY GOD!
Comic: HER! [Girl vs Pig] 4/5
Eh? Eh! Eh?
Comic: Cat and Girl 5/5
Definitely one of the better comics out there.
Comic: Brunswick  
I caught Brunswick live at concert in '78. The rain, the umbrellas, the madness... man, I wish I'd made a diary entry that day.
Comic: Abstract Gender  
Oh, and unlike other people I don't think the plot needs to go faster. The pacing of a story is a subjective thing, and I think the pace of this story works well. So!
Comic: Abstract Gender 4/5
I don't think my last rating of three stars was enough... I'm INCREDIBLY choosy about what I read, and any comic that gets included in the 'webcomics' folder of my bookmarks deserves at least four stars.

I tried reading another switched-gender comic (Valkyrie something) but lost interest after three pages. So.
Comic: Abstract Gender 3/5
Sometimes I get a little confused about who said what... but the topic of how people cope when they're the wrong gender isn't really explored much. The simple drawing allows the reader to identify with the characters, which is kind of fascinating to do. What fun I could have if I were a girl! But... let's not go there.
Comic: Distant Screaming 4/5
I like this cartoon. I like the characters and I like the way it's drawn.
Comic: Order of the Stick, The 5/5
In the last day I went through at least 50 comics looking for a new one to read, and this was the only good one. Why are there not more comics like this?

 
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