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Comics By siarrafenris: Jetronic Online
Homepage: www.jetronic-online.org/2/index2.htm
 
Comments Posted: 21
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Profile Images Posted: 1
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Below is a list of comments made by siarrafenris, in date order (newest at the top).

Comic: Psychic Soldier Kai 5/5
The beginning of what looks to be a superb web comic. The story looks very promising with a nicely laid start, which is very well written, with interesting characters and gripping dialogue.
The artwork is very beautiful and nice to look at, with wonderfully constructed character design. The grey tones bring a wonderful ambience to the art, giving it enjoyably dark tones to enhance the setting.
Comic: Psychic Soldier Kai 5/5
The beginning of what looks to be a superb web comic. The story looks very promising with a nicely laid start, which is very well written, with interesting characters and gripping dialogue.
The artwork is very beautiful and nice to look at, with wonderfully constructed character design. The grey tones bring a wonderful ambience to the art, giving it enjoyably dark tones to enhance the setting.
Comic: Purgatory Tower 5/5
Exceptionally beautiful art, a very engaging plot with many interesting layers and intriguing, likeable characters. Adventure and fantasy at their best.
Comic: DM of the Rings 5/5
I adore this comic. The visual content is always great, managing to bring out just the right screenshots each and every time; the facial expressions are often priceless.
The comic is well written, and while most of the jokes are geared towards role players, especially GMs, it's approachable and extremely hilarious for the layman and seasoned geek alike.
Comic: Crown Prince, The 5/5
A very fun, quirky strip comic, with funny and lovable characters. The tongue-in-cheek feel of retelling the classic fantasy/fairytale scenarios is awesome. The simplistic art is pleasant to look at, and works well to deliver the humour.
Comic: Absolute Zero 4/5
While the story is very interesting and nicely told, the characters seem a bit simple. The artwork is decent enough, generic manga style, and works well for the story.
The biggest upset in this comic is the constant pages of art in the middle, and the creators' ramblings are something we could've easily done without. If these must be included, they could easily be put in the drop-down menus instead of in the middle of the comic to disrupt the flow. Also the condescending style of the extras can be rather off-putting for some, especially the readers already well versed in science fiction.
Comic: Canadian Chubacabra 2/5
Perhaps there are readers, who like this sort of thing, but getting past the poor artwork, plotless and sparse strips and writing that grates the grammatically sensitive, not many are going to enjoy it.
Comic: Stupid Is... 5/5
Light-hearted, silly, endearing, adorable... This well drawn and very nicely coloured comic is a very fun read. All the childhood myths and idiosyncracies are well played out, and the characters are very likeable. Even a person who strongly dislikes children can enjoy this comic, and surely quite a few readers are reminded of their own childhood (mis)adventures.
Comic: Beyond the Pale 4/5
This has the makings of a very interesting comic. The story promises to be an interesting one, but unfortunately the characters seem a bit forced for a reader versed in general fantasy worlds, and are hard to come to terms with, and as such aren't very likeable.
The art is interesting with a very lovely personal touch to it, but unfortunately the anatomical inaccuracies and the very stilled, lethargic feeling depictions of fight scenes can be off-putting for some.
Comic: Sons of Succubus 3/5
So far this comic really doesn't offer all that much. The art is rather mediocre, and the technically sloppy writing doesn't really make the plot very gripping, nor the characters interesting.
Perhaps the idea will open up in due time, but I would've wished a bit more of well laid out premise to fulfill the hype here.
Comic: Casual Notice 3/5
Quirky and funny, this is one entertaining comic, if the reader can get past the off putting and poorly drawn art. The characters are fun and endearing and it's obvious that a lot of thought has gone into the writing, but it might've been a better choice to find an artist with the skills to bring out the written brilliance in a way to do it justice.
Comic: Marooned on the Mainland 2/5
Mildly amusing at best, there's not much to this comic. The art is rather poor, and the writing is very lazy. In fact, the comic is the least inspired part of the site, and feels to be just a filler among the advertisements.
Comic: Hunt 4/5
While very nice, this comic would need to pack a punch of originality to really stand out. The artwork is generic manga style, although the shading could use some work. The story so far seems pretty interesting, but once again, fairly generic. The character dialogue is nice and witty, but unfortunately the writer doesn't seem to be completely fluent in English.
Comic: Joe Loves Crappy Movies 4/5
Very beautifully drawn, this is one entertaining comic. The commentary on the numerous bad movies is often very accurate, but unfortunately they don't often play to their full potential in terms of humour and sarcasm. The charcaters are very funny and adorable, and despite their rep, the reader actually wants to see these movies after this bashing.
Comic: Boy Meets Boy 5/5
I love this comic so much! Not only is the art god and improves constantly through the series, it has some of the best and most lovable characters I've ever seen in a web comic. It's funny, touching, hilarious, emotional, and in all the right places. It's wonderfully written, and although I can admit that I didn't like some of the things towards the ending, this will always be one of my favourites.
Comic: Angelic Tenshi 2/5
One has to understand that the creators of the comic are young, but this comic compiles most of the things one shouldn't do with their comic. Redundant and bastardized fangirl Japanese, text full of misspellings, art copied straight from real manga... A bit more effort towards originality and formatting, and this would be an interesting series. However, with this many strikes, not many readers are going to give it enough chance to actually get to know the plot and story itself.
Comic: 5TH STONE 5/5
Wonderful. The dark style and visuals are done with simply amazing art work. The character design is awesome, every character interesting and unique. Why this is a web comic and not a published one, I simply don't know. The only, minor flaw is in the text parts, with some grammatically awkward and slightly confusing phrases.
Comic: Paradise Found 4/5
This is definitely the kind of comic, that needs a target audience. The art work looks very nice and is drawn with a beautiful, personal style. However, when it comes to the writing, it's something not everyone can appreciate; the pseudo-gothic purple prose and the anachronistic dialogue. If one can get past the opening pages without choking on the Sue, there's a surprisingly interesting, dark world to be found.
Comic: Sundang the Slay Bot 5/5
Reading more like a comic book, this is one excellent series. The storyline is gripping and interesting, with intriguing characters and great dialogue between them. The art work, however is a real crowning jewel. The line art is awesome, and the colours are absolutely to die for.
Comic: Edge the Devilhunter 5/5
Excellent black and white art work, with a very personal style in both line art and character design. The writing is great with solid, engaging dialogue, and the setting is very dynamic and intelligent.
Brilliant work.

 
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