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Runners up…

Like I said, my top 10 list of websites was a hard thing to compile…there were a few I was sorry not to include. So, here’s a list of websites that would have made it, if I had made my list a top 20 or something.

I would have listed this if it was still ongoing, but updates have pretty much stopped. Such a shame, it was a hilarious project, though the last like, twelve aren’t very good. Start from the bottom, the original cartoons are just so great, and he never takes it in the direction you think he would.

Permanent Monday
. I really don’t know how I could say no to a blog entirely dedicated to the analysis and critique of the daily Garfield cartoons, but I somehow managed.

Wapsi Square and Tweep: two of my most favorite web cartoons. Wapsi is a great series, updates weekdaily, and the storyline gets more complicated and cool as it progresses. Also, the art has progressed so much from the first cartoon to the present-day cartoon, it’s mind-boggling. Same deal with Tweep, except the images are (from what I can tell) drawn more on a computer than on paper like Wapsi, and the art starts out very, very simple but quickly grows increasingly complicated and really very attractive. Plus the story is just darn cute.

Turn into a Cabbage! Your most inner desire to be a cabbage, come true! Really not much else to say. It was this or Zombocom.

Yellowtail. This isn’t really super fantastic, but I’ve wasted many a wasteable minute with this thing. Just…draw a squiggle, and watch it come to life.

The Color Quiz.
I take this every so often, and I think it’s really cool, and much better than those “WHICH BREED OF PUPPY ARE YOU??//1” personality quiz things you find everywhere. This one, from what I gather, is an actual study, and it’s really very neat, and some of the results are surprisingly accurate.

…I’m not going to give you anymore runners up, now that I think about it. I’ll save them, and share them with you later! All things in moderation, and whatnot. But, before I go, here’s this:

Don’t worry about context. It didn’t make sense within the movie either. As a matter of fact, a feature-length film of Cage just running around in a bear costume punching young ladies and screaming and bike-jacking with no plot would have been a whole lot more entertaining than Wicker Man actually ended up being.


One Response to “Runners up…”

  1. on 25 Jun 2007 at 1:28 am -@^@-

    Spamusement is still very much alive and kicking, but the action goes on in the forums now, where there are a grouop of regular spamusers posting cartoons. Those done by Empty Can are particularly good…

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