Friday, October 15, 2004
I don't regularly read many online comic strips, but the one I get emailed to me everyday is Unshelved by Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum. Unshelved is set in a public library in the fictional Mallville. Much of the humor is library-related, but even if you're just a frequent user of your public library (and you should be!) you'll find much to tickle your funny bone. One of the characters, Dewey, is an avid comic geek, so they slip in some good comic book humor and sly references with some degree of frequency. You can read the entire 2+ years online in the archive, or if you hate staring at a screen to read your comics there are two print collections that can be purchased.