Nov 152005
 

One of the things I truly enjoy about web comics is getting the chance to watch an artist develop their skill over time. How many of us read Peanuts for years and then look back at the early stuff and can hardly recognize the characters? Comics evolve, and with the web you have the opportunity to find a lot of artists as they start and watch that evolution take place.

Take Questionable content, for example. I found this comic a while ago, and have been reading it pretty regularly since. I didn’t catch it on day one, but I did go back and read all of the comics when I had the chance.

This is the first comic, from 2003.

This one was released today.

On a side note…I think he’s really captured something in the way he draws his women, and I think they’re totally hot.

I own it.

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