Picpak Dog by Kim Belding

Links that don't totally suck

Comics, comic sites, and the like

Calvin and Hobbes: The one and only. Does this even need an introduction?

Garfield: Love him or hate him, it's one of my biggest influences, so go check it out.

Garfield Minus Garfield: The version the Internet most prefers. Also the only Garfield comics on the net that could make you wanna cry.

Pearls Before Swine: A bit edgier of a strip compared to the others, but it's funny, so who cares?

Count Your Sheep: Normally I wouldn't link to such a cutesy strip, but this one is just so dang good. A little bit Calvin and Hobbes, a little bit of its own unique twist. Good stuff.

Kim's Calvin and Hobbes Page: Yeah, I know...shameless self promotion, but just visit it. I mean, why not?

These next links may have language, adult topics, or occasional cracks at "Ziggy". You've been warned!

Sinfest: Its "tribute" strips are a little unsettling, but other than that it's good, especially if swears don't make you cry.

Medium Large: There used to be tons of these comics, but now I can only find this handful. It's actually from the same guy who writes Sally Forth. I'm sure if you ask him he'll tell you he's sorry for bestowing such a horrible comic strip to the public, but this comic (or, what used to be of it) more than makes up for it.

xkcd: I don't get a lot of the comics because I'm not enough of a geek. I suppose that's a good thing.

Dinosaur Comics: The art never changes, and you'll either find the punchlines incredibly funny or incredibly stupid. Since I'm insane, it tends to lean more to the former.

The Comics Curmudgeon: The only site where you can get daily detailed analysises of Mary Worth and a forum with a 62-page topic on Sally Forth. Whether or not that's a good thing, however, is uncertain.

The Daily Comics Review: It's cut from the same cloth as The Comics Curmudgeon, but then again, it's not.

Miscellaneous and/or irrelevant

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Ubuntu: Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning "I lost the Windows CD".

Albino Blacksheep: The guy running this site doesn't know if he wants a big flashy site or a strict content-only site. Haven't visited it in a while, but occasionally it gives me a glaring amount of excrements and giggles.

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