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highlyverbal said on June 26th, 2013 at 1:37 am

Took a look, great recommendation. There is something so satisfying about reading dozens of consecutive comics, no waiting. :)

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For those wondering: the site for the comic is http://www.nodwick.com

the last thing anyone would want to do is link to something that deserves attention, because reasons, but still, out of convenience.

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While I love “ps238”, “Nodwick” never does much for me. I do adore the cross-over bit, where we learn that the two stories are part of the same world but at different eras…

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I also quite enjoy Full Frontal Nerdity by the same author.

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Lashlightning said on June 26th, 2013 at 9:29 am

What I find annoying is that I can’t find a working link to his store for months! I need at least 2(?) of the TPBs for PS238, and no one seems to sell them on the UK’s Ebay!

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Is Nodwick over? Hadn’t read it in years, and read the last storyline out of curiosity because of this post. Looked like a definitive ending.

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Yes, Nodwick’s over.

Probably a good thing; it was becoming clear that there was only so much material he could get out of it.

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WRT paragraph 3, I commend to your attention Freefall, for similar reasons.

A silly little SF three panel “set-up, set-up, punchline” strip that is currently working through a story about AI that would do Asimov proud.

If you’ve got some spare time, I highly recommend that you begin at the beginning.

(There are a number of other reasons I think Freefall is possibly the best webcomic in existence, and someday I may even write them down.)

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The site is a bit slow.

Here is a link to the first episode of Nodwick: http://comic.nodwick.com/?p=536.

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Heksefatter said on June 29th, 2013 at 7:21 pm

Noted. Will look it up. Thanks for the recommendation.

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