77 Webcomics Review - 18. PortugueseGeese

PortugueseGeese.com

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?

Standard gag-a-strip comic about randomly funny stuff.

WHO'S RESPONSIBLE?

As per the creator's website: "My name is Joe Holtby, and I’ve been making webcomics since 2015. I’ve been making comics my whole life, and decided to start publishing them online. I’ve been passionate about my work my whole life, and would love doing it for a living."

WHAT'S THE LATEST?

 PortugueseGeese -  portuguesegeese.com

PortugueseGeese - portuguesegeese.com

HOW DOES IT ALL START?

As you can see, the art has really improved since the first comic.

 PortugueseGeese -  portuguesegeese.com

PortugueseGeese - portuguesegeese.com

HOW OFTEN DOES IT GO?

Not sure. Joe launched the new comic website and uploaded everything at once. So you'll have to check back on the site to see.

WHAT'S GOOD?

This webcomic is willing to say what we're thinking a lot (this editor worked as a cashier a few times, so the latest comic was pretty funny). Here is another one we affectionately refer to as "The Sausage Party":

 PortugueseGeese -  portuguesegeese.com

PortugueseGeese - portuguesegeese.com

WHAT'S NOT SO GOOD (IN YOUR OPINION ONLY OF COURSE)?

There's a lot of gag comics out there that play on words and feature your standard pun-based tropes. This comic is no different so it can really be hit and miss. When it hits this comic is hilarious. When it misses you can't help but cringe/groan/chuckle. Thankfully it tends to hit more than miss like this one:

 PortugueseGeese -  portuguesegeese.com

PortugueseGeese - portuguesegeese.com

WHAT DON'T WE KNOW WE DON'T KNOW?

The Headless Horseman is just a normal guy with feelings like the rest of us. Don't be like Dracula and Skeleton OK?

 PortugueseGeese -  portuguesegeese.com

PortugueseGeese - portuguesegeese.com

WHAT DO YOU REALLY THINK?

Since first published, this comic is improving quickly. We can't wait to see the potential realized in a couple years. Keep it up Joe!

WHAT SHOULD WE READ ON TABULIT LIKE THIS?

If you like this type of humour Gone into Rapture is for you (only much more irreverant).