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Good Times! By Karen Drastal

Good times! The comic strip with zest, following the life of an artist named Beth starting out her adventures in college with her roommate, Chloe.
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Schlosky's Review of Good Times!
The comic strip with zest is the best!!!
I love Good Times! Great art, great characters, and great jokes. Out of all of the webcomics that I have bookmarked, this strip is the only one that I can count on for laughs when I've had a tough day. The simplicity is reminiscent of Peanuts in both style and character. Karen Drastal has shown us that things don't have to be complicated, detailed, or cynical to get laughs. Only complaint: wish updates were more often, but I'll take what I can get. Thanks for the laughs, Karen. ... read it now!


Ed Gedeon's Review of Good Times!
The artwork is clean, the writing is witty, and the situations are familiar to anyone ... this is a fun comic suitable for all.

This strip revolves around two young women, Beth and Chloe, who share an apartment and attend college.  Beth is cheerful and energetic, Chloe will happily spend the entire day on the couch.  They trade verbal barbs that are never truly hurtful, just sharp enough to keep each other in touch with reality.  Through it all, you can tell they are loyal friends to each other.

Karen's drawing style is very simple and clean, but she gives her characters very expressive faces with just a few lines.  Her characters sort of look like what the cast of "Peanuts" would be when grown (and in fact she mentions Charles Schulz as one of her influences).

The strip updates daily; bookmark it and read it with your morning coffee in hand.  And if you don't drink coffee, start so you can appreciate this strip better.  Ahhh, morning coffee and comics ... now *that's* "Good Times!"

 

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