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Friday, February 22, 2008

WEBCOMIC: Calamities of Nature

Calamities of Nature

Webcomic URL: http://www.calamitiesofnature.com/
Webcomic RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/calamitiesofnature

Artist/Author: Tony Piro
Updates: Monday & Thursday

"The stories are about the friends Aaron, Alp, Ferdinand, and Harold and their wacky adventures... Some of the stories are fairly silly... [but others] include some social commentary as well."
-- http://www.calamitiesofnature.com/about/

"This comic has such a unique style, the colors are amazing, the characters are fun to hang with..."

"A breath of fresh air in the smoggy wasteland that is webcomic surfing."

"Likable characters, funny script. Great work!"
-- Comments at OnlineComics

"Funny stories about Aaron the Mole, Harold the Hamster, Ferdinand the Groundhog, and Alp the Alien. Deals with silly topics such as chest hair and subliminal message machines, but always in a tasteful manner. Sometimes current events and issues are discussed, but never with a strong political bent. I guarantee that you'll laugh or your money back. No really, I mean it."
-- Family Webcomics

This same description is found on a number of other sites as well, so it's probably not original to Family Webcomics. At any rate, there's the link to the "Calamities of Nature" listing at Family Webcomics.

Comic 1's Review:
"Calamities of Nature" by Tony Piro is a fairly new, well-drawn furry that will remind you of the classic color Sunday newspaper comics. The characters are likeable and easy to get to know, and the storylines are usually light and humorous, although they will occasionally touch on politics, but in a light-hearted way. The archive isn't all that deep yet, but with updates coming twice weekly, it's growing. "Calamities of Nature" is a webcomic that has all the ingredients for success, and one that will likely become quite popular as more folks discover it.
-- Comic 1

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