Questionable Content

Last week was stressful. During that time, when I was incapable of doing productive things, I read the entirety of the webcomic “Questionable Content”. I found it to be one of the best soap-opera web comics out there and I highly recommend it to you, loyal reader.

For full disclosure, this is a risque, homo-friendly, sex-is-out-there, profanity laced, no-holds-barred comic. That is a big part of what makes it so hilarious.

There are 1339 editions as of today. Here are my five favorite, from oldest to newest:

#38: Definition of a Term
#49: Undie-Jitsu. This one made me spit out my coffee
#396: Faye is sort of Channeling me here. It’s all about the last panel
#711: I’d Eat One. This one is all about the suffering coffee beans
#1087: It’s the Thought that Counts. This truly illustrates the best birthday present that it is possible to give.

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3 Responses to Questionable Content

  1. Ben says:

    I love QC. Congratulations on having found it, even if it did eat a week of your time.

    Thanks for the blast from the past on those old comics, by the way. It fascinates me sometimes to grab a sampling of QC through time and see how the artist’s style grew.

  2. David says:

    Curse you for turning me on to this life-destroyingly addictive web comic! I’m up to 387. It’s my favorite one yet.

  3. Bill Ruhsam says:

    @David: “Mwahahahahahahaha…”

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