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Right now, he's cutting out pictures of a horse covered in tin foil. It's boring, he'll colour my comic later then he'll shower. Then bed. Life is one big exciting rush.
 
Comics By ryclaude: Reckless Youth
Homepage: recklessyouth.keenspace.com
 
Comments Posted: 17
Favourites: 77
Profile Images Posted: 3
Comic Synopses Posted: 6
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Below is a list of comments made by ryclaude, in date order (newest at the top).

Comic: Hellroy  
The actual updating address for this is http://hellroy.comicgen.com this entry hasnt been changed from the drunk duck address yet.
Comic: Joe Loves Crappy Movies 5/5
It's beautiful, man. Just Beautiful. I want a book of them so i can sit it on my desk and browse through it idly going "mmm, that's some good linework right there" and people can come in and say "what's that?" and I can reply "damn good readin". Joe Dunn is a winnah.
Comic: Gamer Lamer 1/5
"how can something pretend to be funny?"

It can use the same rehashed bits of violence and bad language we've seen so many times in place of punchlines not just in webcomics, but in many popular television shows. It can do this because people like familiarity in what they watch. Friends lasted 10 seasons running a boring samey formula, people lapped it up.
Comic: Dueling Analogs 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.
Comic: Exterminatus Now 3/5
This is a bit of a mixed bag for me. The artwork is impressive, despite the fact it's a tribute style to Sonic the hedgehog, it shows proficiency and even some originality with the inclusion of animals not seen before. It also shows incredible continuity between panels. However, I can't say that I enjoy the writing on the same level, very few of the jokes in the archives have made me laugh, possibly for delivery, but they went down dry.
Comic: Digital War 4/5
It's updating Again! War Demands you all return!
funky inks and comic violence abound!
Comic: Lowroad 4/5
You know what? I'm a huge flip flopper, Go read Lowroad if you don't already! Go read it now! Learn what you are missing.
Plus my choice of words in that poor review of mine was atrocious.
Comic: Punks and Nerds 5/5
Josh Mirman's latest, and in my opinion, best webcomic project yet.
An upbeat storyline peppered with pop culture references and characters who demonstrate that angst is not key to good protagonists.
It's only detractor would be that the lightheartedness can take away from punchline impact, but this doesn't matter to the creator (as stated in one or two strips) and it shouldn't matter to you.
Luverly.
Comic: Go For It! 4/5
If you have a passion for something, this man can pick a mine straight through your soul, extract said passion, mince it, overcook it and serve it right back to you. He will then delight in you crying and vomiting up what's left.

So yeah, you need a good sense of humour.
Comic: Head Doctor Productions 4/5
Varied is right, very smart when it wants to be, very gory too. Either category can be ignored if you're after the other.
Comic: Warp 9 to Hell 5/5
Warp 9 to hell has caused me internal injuries several times. sometimes cos I'm impressionable and those violent acts looed like fun. Other times, just cos I laughed too hard at it. (Mofo Folofo, haha)
I remember when it stopped updating some time ago. I was very sad. Now it's updating again and backed by God. I am pleased.
Comic: Man Who Hates Fun, The 5/5
The Man Who Hates Fun contains many long words. many many. if you dislike long words you should read it anyway.
The Men Who Hates Fun has a nifty thin lined art style that to look at is reminiscent of woodgrain.
The Man Who Hates Fun is Definately my new favourite anti hero.
Comic: Many Tidings Grim 4/5
It's gloomy but in an upbeat way if that makes the slightest sense.
A comic with a great setup and actually likeable characters.
Comic: Edge the Devilhunter 5/5
Lots of effort in here, it deserves more readers!
Comic: Lowroad 2/5
This is a point where I wish it wasn't star ratings cos it can't convey the split emotions over this comic. I love it for being beautiful with the sepia tones and everything. It's funny too. But it has it's detractors, which are mainly an over abundance of boob gags and using the same rehashing the same jokes (see: butterfly effect jokes about Milk cartons and coffee.)
That said, it's a good read and I keep coming back. I just wish it would vary more.
Again, damn these star ratings! I wanna give it more, but my conscience won't let me...
Comic: Beaver and Steve 5/5
soon as I saw the Dolphin with the Jetpack, I was hooked. It hasn't disappointed since (Not that it did before...)
Comic: Sex Puppies 2/5
humour i remember from stuff my dad left around the house before the family split, that and school when I was 13

 
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