Sunday Comics: That's A Five Star Bird

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Welcome to Kotaku’s Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics that usually occurs on Sunday except when it doesn’t. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon.

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Nerf NOW!! by Josué Pereira. Published February 11. Read more of Nerf NOW!!


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Awkward Zombie by Katie Tiedrich. Published February 6. Read more of Awkward Zombie


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Penny Arcade by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik. Published February 10. Read more of Penny Arcade


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The GaMERCaT by Samantha Whitten. Published February 6. Read more of The GaMERCaT.


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Nerd Rage by Andy Kluthe. Published February 10. Read more of Nerd Rage


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Corpse Run by Alex Di Stasi. Published February 6. Read more of Corpse Run


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Manly Guys Doing Manly Things by Kelly Turnbull. Published February 6. Read more of Manly Guys Doing Manly Things


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Life in Aggro by Fei Hsiao and Cecilia Vasquez. Published February 6. Read more of Life in Aggro


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Double XP by M.S. Corley and Josh Crandall. Published February 9. Read more of Double XP

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