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7-19-2008 @ 8:13AM
I know I can't draw or tell jokes, and I admit that. But there's the difference between me and the author, I don't try to.The fact is that /silly shows that funny WoW comics are totally possible. This comic shows that the creator either can't think of good jokes or hides them under too much blabble (not a word, but you know what I mean). Either the jokes are too subtle for 99% of the people here (which they aren't, if there's one thing I can do it's get subtle humour), or they're just plain bad.In the last few comics I've seen maybe one comment per comic saying that they found it funny, whereas /silly used to be funny to the majority of its audience. It's not that different people find different things funny, it's that these just aren't funny.Sorry if I sounded rude, but I've never once seen the author reply to a piece of negative criticism, and I'm getting quite annoyed that there seems to be no attempt to make these funnier. Go look at /silly for tips, I just went back to them, and despite seeing them a long while ago still found them hilariously funny.There's my attempt at being polite, and at some constructive criticism, I hope the author actually takes notice. As for the art, I've never actually had a problem with it. Each web comic has its own distinct art style, and half of them aren't that well drawn (although, hate to keep doing this, /silly was very nice).
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