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Friday, March 14, 2008

WEBCOMIC: Questionable Content

Questionable Content

Webcomic URL: http://www.questionablecontent.net/
Webcomic RSS feed: http://www.questionablecontent.net/QCRSS.xml

Artist/Author: Jeph Jacques
Updates: Monday thru Friday

"Questionable Content (abbreviated QC or Q.C.) is a slice-of-life webcomic written and drawn by Jeph Jacques. The plot centers on Marten Reed, an indie rock aficionado, his somewhat troubled and mysterious roommate Faye, and his ex-goth girlfriend Dora. The supporting cast includes Marten's anthropomorphic PC (AnthroPC) named Pintsize, Marten's best guy friend Steve, Marten and Faye's eccentric neighbor Hannelore, Faye's good-natured yet vacuous co-worker Raven, and Dora's ex-player older brother Sven.

QC's storytelling style combines romantic melodrama, sitcom, humor about indie rock music, and sexual or scatological humor. The artistic style has notably changed over the course of the comic due to Jacques constantly refining and improving his drawing methods. Each individual strip is usually accompanied by blog-like entries from Jeph Jacques touching on various topics...

The comic appears to be set in modern times, though the presence of anthropomorphic robots with individual personalities (called "AnthroPC's" within the comic) implies some sort of futuristic technology. However all music and band references in the comic are current at the time of each individual strip's publishing. The AnthroPCs are the only consistent signs of advanced technology in the series. When other technological advances are referenced, they usually never get developed beyond one or two strips..."

-- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

"Questionable Content is a comedic slice-of-life webcomic drawn by Jeph Jacques. The plot centers around Marten, an average frustrated 20-something indie rock dork, his anthropomorphic PC (AnthroPC) named Pintsize, and his somewhat mysterious and frequently moody roommate Faye. Lately Marten's friend Steve, Steve's (now ex-)girlfriend Ellen, and Faye's boss (and Marten's girlfriend) Dora have appeared more often in the story.

The comic's style ranges between romantic melodrama, humor about indie rock music, and sexual or scatological humor. Frequent settings are the apartment shared by Marten and Faye, and the coffee shop where Faye, Dora and Raven work."

-- http://www.comixpedia.org/index.php?

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