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Highly Irregular

I like nerd jokes. I like Lego. I like Indiana Jones, but more than anything I like silly jokes and plays on words. Irregular Webcomic delivers these things in huge meaty dollops. To be honest, there’s not really a lot more to be said about this comic. If you don’t like parody humour and you don’t find puns in any way amusing then this one is not for you. If you don’t like comics that are photographed as opposed to drawn, then this is not for you. However, if you’re willing to give this rather, ahem, irregular webcomic a chance I think you’ll find something in it that will make you laugh. If nothing else, David’s facial expressions are just darn right hilarious.

On a quick technical note, it’s nice to see that Irregular Webcomic allows for pretty versatile searching, and the ability to browse strips by theme/ storyline. On a less technical note, thanks to Not12x for recommending this comic to me in the first place, and thus helping to fuel my insomnia.

IWC is fantastic. and i love the comments, you can really learn from them.

Same here. I also like the very oft updates ^_^

[…] Uncategorized Today, I was browsing through the archive of PvP, trying to gather data with which to answer a question posed to me by Mr Kurtz. Anyway, I got side tracked and started to think about the different ways that different comics archive their strips and how important it is. PvP uses a fairly simple calender based archive, which is fine if you’re reading the whole thing through from start to finish, but is somewhat unweildy when it comes to finding specific strips or storylines. As I mentioned in my review, Irregular Web Comic has a versatile archiving system that makes it quick and easy to find your favorite strips. Penny Arcade also has a searchable archive. Beaver and Steve goes one better by having a searchable archive and a Wiki entry for nearly all of its strips. […]

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