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Monstar- The Webcomic! By Jacen Carpenter. Fonts by Blambot.

Monstar is the living embodiment of "jealousy". Bunnee is the anthromorphic personification of "dumb luck". They have adventures. What, you want me to draw you a picture?
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Creators's Review of Monstar- The Webcomic!
Jacen Carpenter's Monstar is a fantastic blend of laugh out loud humour, satire and medium subversion. If you like funny, you'll like Monstar.

I've been a fan of Jacen's Monstar - The Webcomic since it first launched. His artwork which is flat 2D drawings over photograph backgrounds is energetic and lively. His strips range from one page jokes about pop culture to multipage arcs where he LITERALLY breaks down the 4th wall or fights Death.

 The two main characters are Monstar the grey skinned monstar with bright green eyes who started out as the anthropromophic personification of jealously and became sooo much more and Bunnee, a manic little rabbit who who would not be out of place amongst the Warner Brothers cartoons of Yosamite Sam and Wile E Coyote.

Monstar is a great remedy for a straight face. Enjoy.

- Trev Wood, Sock Puppet Comics

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