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Hello webcomic lovers; I'm Escushion. I'm a Literature student at Purchase university in New York, and I'm also the author of the webcomic Coiling Spine.
Comics By escushion: Coiling Spine
Comments Posted: 7
Favourites: 59
Profile Images Posted: 5
Comic Synopses Posted: 2
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Below is a list of comments made by escushion, in date order (newest at the top).

Comic: Shortpacked! 5/5
A hilarious strip that actually builds levels of comedy. The brief storylines that pop up just get funnier and funnier as the comic progresses. One of the very best humor comics there is.
Comic: Ctrl+Alt+Delete 3/5
I used to enjoy this comic a lot, but since I've learned the truth about the author, it hangs like a dark cloud over the work itself. I can't even enjoy the comic at the times it's funny, as the knowledge of the author's antics (deleting a sub-forum and banning 200 members for the comments of a single member, breaking up his World of Warcraft group in a fit of rage, and generally spitting all over his fans and telling them it's good because it's his spit) makes the comic unenjoyable. I wish Tim Buckley would shape up his immature attitude.

The comic is mediocre, but still occasionally enjoyable. If it were a fantastic comic and Buckley were still a jerk, it wouldn't hurt the comic as much. But because the comic just isn't that great, it does. It's one of those comics that you read because it's there, but you wouldn't miss it if it wasn't.
Comic: Candi 4/5
Candi is an excellent comic with good art, and characters who are both likable and believable. It's not exactly broad; you need to enjoy the ongoings of college students I suppose. But the characters themselves breach the overwhelming mass of similar college-style webcomics to be something a little better, and it continues to get better with time.
Comic: VG Cats 5/5
Moving from strip to strip, I try miserably to stifle my laughter and fail. It's one of those comics where you can hurt yourself from laughing too hard if you go through the Archives in one sitting.
Comic: Voices 5/5
The art is simplistic, but it's not trying to be complicated, so it works. The humor is great. And the premise of an observation of the voices in a crazy guy's head is excellent. One of my new favorites and definitely worth reading.
Comic: Exterminatus Now 4/5
If you can get past the Sonic-style of the characters, you'll find a very rewarding experience. This isn't really a fan-comic; it's taken the style and details into its own world of demon hunters. What's important is that Exterminatus Now is both fun and funny.
Comic: BoB 4/5
The style of the comic is quirky and good, and I like how things are moving along. I can't help but think it would be better if the author devoted more time to certain aspects to make them as quirky as the the characters (like the background for example.) That said, it seems ymmot is improving on these things already (the frown-faced moon in one strip is classic.)

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