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Looks Like Rain by Thomas Rothlisberger

My bio comic. It might be funny. You should probably check it out.
... Read It Now!
Jay Doubleyou's Review of Looks Like Rain
With Rothlisberger's style he presents a funny often satirical portrait of everyday life

I first came upon Looks like Rain from a link forwarded by AllanComic. Within a few moments i because completly addicted and couldn't stop reading.

Rothlisberger manages to keep a distinct style, whilst keeping his content simply yet humourus. Part of the problem with day to do webcomics is the problem of whether to keep to style and the content at the same level from day to day and Rothlisberger does this incredibly well.

 

Awed by his drawing style, he manages to present us with familar situations that are presented to us within life, and unlike most 'written blogs' through the comic medium he manages to show us how much more can be going on in the background.

 

I saw kudos to Rothlisberger, he's certainly one of those I will look out for in the future and i seriously hope he keeps his updates as frequent as i can't stop reading.

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