Questionable Content is a webcomic, however having read most of their back catalogue in just over a week it felt like a book!
A friend had sent me a couple of their strips and I’d found them funny – for example
(Strip from Questionable Content)
It turns out that this isn’t what the comic is normally about, disappointedly, it’s more like Armistead Maupin’s ‘Tales of the City’ – including the LGBT aspects which Questionable Content has cheerfully expanded to include the more recent expansions of defining sexuality and gender identity-based cultures for example LGBTQI
At times it seemed that a number of interacting characters had the exact same haircut, this didn’t encourage me to read properly and instead I found myself skimming and clicking ‘next’
To be perfectly honest I don’t feel the time spent reading all the comics was necessarily time well spent, there were a few strips that I found funny (most of which involved Pintsize – the little round-headed robot above who is usually more sex obsessed) and a whole lot of romantic angst (of various flavours) and mental health awareness pieces – which is important however not my idea of fun
However now it will be quicker to check just the new strips to see if they have Pintsize in so that’s sort of a win…
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