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Mota Boy
05-23-2006, 12:19 AM
Part 3 in a series of discontinued webcomics.

It Never Rains on Monitor Hill (http://www.waterlizard.com/comimg/oldinr/inr1.htm) is an absolutely great comic with inexplicably rare subject matter - the autobiographical lives of a group of teenagers, fresh out of high school and facing a world bereft of both role models and dreams. Stuck in suburbia, they drink, do drugs, get into fights, fall in and out of love and wander aimlessly around town and through life as they try to make sense out of just what, exactly, they're supposed to be doing. In a web full of comics that rely on gimmicks and absurdity, it's refreshingly real, and projects a constant, vague feeling of uncertainty that should be immediately familiar to anyone reading it. Ch-ch-check it out.

05-23-2006, 03:42 AM
It's not funny. But it is interesting.

Mota Boy
05-23-2006, 08:59 AM
I know, and I didn't claim it was. Maybe I should have referred to it as a "webgraphicnovel" instead of a webcomic, so you would've known what to expect. There are a few amusing \parts, but very rarely are their any punchlines.