Posts Tagged ‘video games’
OPTIPESS WEB EXCLUSIVE: This comic features a revolutionary new web browser technology. Just scratch the comic on your screen to release an aromatic scent themed with the last panel! (Disclaimer: I take no responsibility for damage done to your hardware by the result of excessive forceful scratching.)
Yup, this comic is kinda the sequel to the Optipess classic “The Ride” from a few years ago. Vroom! Edit February 26: Due to life stuff, no new comic until next week. Damn “life stuff”, always getting in the way of making comics!
Oh man, this comic will definitely look pretty silly in 2075 when the game is finally released. Hello future reader, by the way! Edit for the week of April 13th: As announced earlier, updates will still be somewhat spotty and sporadic for a little while. Apologies! With some luck there will be another comic this [...]
Just a head’s up: You probably should play 20 years of FPS games before reading this comic, so get on that right away. Also, it’s my birthday today! Want to give me an awesome gift? Consider becoming my Patreon patron! It’s the gift that keeps on giving. (Literally). In return, you get cool stuff and [...]
Happy Friday 13th! (Freddy won the very first round by a huge margin, even with his clear handicap of having to manage the buttons with 20 cm blades on his fingers.)
Almost forgot that today is the 3rd annual Dialogue Free Comics Day. Luckily today’s comic turned out to be wordless anyway! Also, new (or old, for that matter) readers should check out this previous Tetris comic.
New tag! I guess it could just as well have been called ‘atheism’, though. But then again, I worship at least three of the characters/items in this strip. Or, hmm… who am I kidding, I love them all!
…But the Damage is Irreversible (shortened to AiLBtDiI from now on) by artist David Hellman and writer Dale Beran feels somewhat like a forgotten secret among webcomics these days, but still, it’s one of my definite favorites, featuring exquisite art and fantastic writing. It has sadly been on hiatus for the past few years, with [...]