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Readers pick best webcomic: a Goomba's life

The life of a Goomba is boring, tragic and short. A webcomic on the life of a Goomba isn't, as Ninja Ken's strip (direct link) took top honors in this week's webcomic wrapup. Second place goes to RPG-TV (you'll need this for context) and third is a virtual tie between Extra Life and Dueling Analogs...

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Readers pick best webcomic: Rare candy

While some may scoff at the scatological references in this week's VG Cats, the life-or-death (literally) decisions of what to put in Life's Great Skill Slots boosted Scott Ramsoomair's VG Cats into a very strong lead in this week's webcomic wrapup. The silver trophy goes to Dueling Analogs, and Pe...

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Readers pick best Civ IV webcomic: Ctrl+Alt+Del

Of all the webcomics made for Firaxis' Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword, Tim Buckley of Ctrl+Alt+Del had his pair of comics voted most popular by a closer-than-usual margin. The strips played on historical anachronisms and World Wonder rule sets. We're really hoping voters didn't choose the strip f...

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Weekly Webcomic Wrapup: 'Penny Arcade did it!' edition

Did you know that every game-related webcomic is just a knock-off of Penny Arcade? Most of our commenters have, at some point, figured it out and/or cried "PA did it!" as loud as they can with Lucida Grande font. Steve Napierski of Dueling Analogs figured it out, and explains the gospel in his lates...

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Readers pick best webcomic: nightmares

It looks like ze secret formula has once again worked, as Scott Johnson's Extra Life strip claimed the top spot for best webcomic of the week. Coming in second place was Dueling Analogs, while the frisky VG Cats take third. As always, thanks to everyone who voted and be sure to let us know of any ga...

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Readers pick best webcomic: Pac-Man secrets

Sure, Extra Life's Scott Johnson often uses Pac-Man and Mario for a topic, but the sheer combination, cleverness, and timing with the new Championship Edition give him the edge for game-related webcomic of the week. Coming in second place is Dueling Analogs and third place goes to Penny Arcade. A sp...

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Readers pick best webcomic: Wii and my shadow

It's the punchline, really. Steve Napierski's Dueling Analogs bundles a PS3 with the Wii and takes home the Quidditch Gold Cup for Webcomics. (Yeah, we know that makes no sense.) Second and third places go to Digital Unrest and Extra Life, respectively. Thanks to everyone who voted, and be sure to l...

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Tell Gamestop 'no reserves' with this geek chic shirt

Now you can advise Gamestop to just not ask without ever uttering a word. Perennial webcomic entrant Steve Napierski of Dueling Analogs has created this t-shirt, distributed care of Ze Stuff, for all those who like to rag on the biggest video game-centric brick and mortar retailer. Of course, showin...

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Readers pick best webcomic: brain fart

Some found it juvenile and immature, but Slackerz writer Scott Smith (who created the comic along with artist Scott Hepting) explained that his winning comic was inspired by actual events and that, yes, scribbling your 'a,' 'r,' and 't' can lead to some naughty results in Brain Age. Despite the obje...

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Readers pick best webcomic: Living Achievements Vicariously

Blending real life with virtual life is usually reserved for those who think it's wise to incorporate 1337 speak into grade school essays (and shame on you for thinking Shakespeare doesn't r0x0rz j00r b0x0rz). Dueling Analogs, for splicing what makes the Xbox great with what makes ... well, we don't...

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