Sunday Comics

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics

Welcome to your Sunday read of the week's best in web comics. Make sure to click on the expand button in the bottom right to enlarge each comic.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics

Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich published Feb. 7 - Read more of Awkward Zombie

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira published Feb. 10 - Read more of Nerf NOW!!

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics

Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik published Feb. 11 - Read more of Penny Arcade

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull published Feb. 7 - Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

Rooster Teeth by Griffon Ramsey and Luke McKay published Feb. 8 - Read the rest of this week's Rooster Teeth saga

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

Brawl In The Family by Matthew Taranto published Feb. 11 - Read more of Brawl In The Family

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

Virtual Shackles by Jeremy Vinar and Mike Fahmie published Feb. 13 - Read more of Virtual Shackles

Advertisement

Dueling Analogs by Steve Napierski published Feb. 7 - Read more of Dueling Analogs

Illustration for article titled Sunday Comics
Advertisement

ActionTrip by Borislav Grabovic and Ure Paul published Feb. 7 - Read more of ActionTrip

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

nventure
nate venture

Thank you to all in the comments who pointed out that ca.kotaku.com is still in the old style!

I'm on there now and....

it feels good. It feels right.

But it also made me realize, there's not THAT MUCH they'd have to change to make the new site acceptable. Beyond fixing all the broken crap, they really only need to bring back the magenta and green header bar, just a bit bigger than the current one. And perhaps make the new sidebar the same green; or at least add some sort of color usage to it, to be persistent no matter where on the site you are.

Then we'd have a lot of our color back, and as such, a lot of our visual identity. It's kind of sad that such simple design decisions could've avoided a lot of complaints about Gawker abandoning each sites' identity.