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My goal is to read all the webcomics on this site and give reviews of all of them. lol, it'll probably take me all summer
 
 
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Below is a list of comments made by Abby, in date order (newest at the top).

Comic: Calvin and Hobbes 5/5
In my opinion, the greatest comic out there.
Comic: Queen of Wands 5/5
Sad to see it end, as this is one of my favorites. I always got the impression when reading the comic that it was like Kestrel was a real person and the comic was her comic-blog. I know that's not the case, but it does say something for the artist/writer's ability to create believable characters.
Comic: Picatrix 5/5
The story is interesting and I like the art. I really like that it updates five days a week.
Comic: Sore Thumbs 2/5
I'm not real fond of this one. I gave it a shot and read through all the archives, but I couldn't identify with any of the characters. Also, the art actually seemed to decrease in quality as I progressed through the archives.
Comic: Angel Moxie 5/5
I love the art, especially the facial expressions. Super cute
Comic: Red String 5/5
Very nice art, but it's the story that keeps me coming back. The character's emotions feel genuine to me, which makes it a really fun read.
Comic: MegaTokyo 4/5
I really like the art and the backgrounds are beautiful. Unlike many others, I like the change from gamer comic to romantic, but too many more missed updates and I'll probably stop reading.
Comic: Tracy and Tristan 5/5
Reading from the beginning, there's a real progression in both the quality of the artwork and the comedic timing, while staying true to the comic's original Christian-religious theme. Appropriate for most ages and with a regular update schedule, the snarky cat is icing on the cake.

 
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