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Sunday Comics: I'm A Good Person!

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Hello! It’s time for Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

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Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich. Published July 1. Read more of Awkward Zombie.

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Corpse Run by Alex Di Stasi. Published July 1. Read more of Corpse Run.

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Clueless Hero by Luis Lee and Ana Gaby Perez. Published July 4. Read more of Clueless Hero.

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Double XP by M.S. Corley and Josh Crandall. Published July 4. Read more of Double XP.

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Life in Aggro by Fei Hsiao and Cecilia Vasquez. Published July 7. Read more of Life in Aggro.

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Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira. Published July 5. Read more of Nerf NOW!!

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Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik. Published July 5. Read more of Penny Arcade.

Kotaku Weekend Editor | Zack Zwiezen is a writer living in Kansas. He has written for GameCritics, USgamer, Kill Screen & Entertainment Fuse.

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DISCUSSION

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This week, on “How to Read Life in Aggro!”—a weekly comment series where I overanalyze a comic everyone says is hard to read, but now seems to be purposefully becoming easier to read in order to make me less ironic!

This is one of this LiA comics where, even though I get the “joke” and know the source material (FF14)...I still don’t “get” it. Where’s the funny? And why the need for the split paneling in the middle?

Someone the week before last encapsulated the major problem with LiA basically being that, whole the art is often great, it feels like they’ve fallen in love one specific gimmick, but haven’t figured out (or care to figure out) how the gimmick is “properly,” used. And I can’t say I disagree; while the comic would benefit from having a clearer lead up to the punchline (I know the joke is basically “She wants a cat, not a man-cat or cat-man,”) there’s also no real reason to break up the middle section into theee distinct panels. You could’ve literally done this 4-Koma or closer to a Three-Panel style, and gotten a much better joke/set-up—as it stands, the comic meanders just like the gaze of its heroines.

So, it’s readable...but not exactly as strong of a joke or set up as it could be.

Bonus Round: whom are your favorite PETS in video games? (Could be familiars or per-like entities, too.)

For me, it’s a tie between Rush from Megaman (robot dog? HELL YES) and the Chocobo from Final Fantasy, esp. from the Chocobo’s Dungeon series because they’re so ridiculously cute.