Sunday Comics

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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.

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Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich published April 4 - Read more of Awkward Zombie

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Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira published April 8 - Read more of Nerf NOW!!

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Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik published April 6 - Read more of Penny Arcade

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Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull published April 4 - Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

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Rooster Teeth by Griffon Ramsey and Luke McKay published April 7 - Read more of Rooster Teeth

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Virtual Shackles by Jeremy Vinar and Mike Fahmie published April 8 - Read more of Virtual Shackles

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Dueling Analogs by Steve Napierski published April 7 - Read more of Dueling Analogs

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Another Videogame Webcomic by Phil Chan and Joe Dunn published April 8 - Read more of Another Videogame Webcomic

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ActionTrip by Borislav Grabovic and Ure Paul published April 4 - Read more of ActionTrip
Brawl in the Family did not publish this week.

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DISCUSSION

This has been brewing in my head ever since the votes were decided regarding which comics would be in Kotaku's Sunday Comics, and I really feel it needs to be said. I truly wonder if I'm the only one who's thinking this:

Rooster Teeth is awful. Simply awful.

The art style is amateurish and bland, all the characters have that incredibly annoying "mouth-open" look, the jokes are never funny, the dialog feels like it was written by a high schooler, and the references always feel forced, so typically "video game webcomic-y". It's easily the weakest entry in Sunday Comics, and I hope that, someday, we might have it replaced with something better.

I don't say any of this out of blind bitterness or spite, it's just that I feel aggravated every time I read this comic. Week after week, I read, and, despite my best efforts to give it a chance, I never see any improvement in the comic's quality. I think it's about time Kotaku considered letting Rooster Teeth go. What do you guys think? Am I totally in the wrong here, or does anyone understand my stance?