MySpace Saved ~BY~ Webcomics All-Stars

It’s no secret that we here at Digital Strips don’t dig the MySpace model of reading comics. It’s clunky, ugly, and infested with poor, user-manifested web design. This would be the main reason why I’ve never bothered with the Dark Horse comic series, Dark Horse Presents. Today, however, there is hope at the end of this long, dark, dank, diseased tunnel.

Three webcomics all-stars are now featured in the twentieth edition of DHP. In this edition, you can find:

As loathe as I am to say this, you should very quickly and very carefully check the DHP site for some webcomics goodness from three of the industry’s (community’s?) finest.



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