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Well it was made into a manga format. It was a web comic. I never read the web comic.
I'm really excited. Scott posted something directed at me.
inted book you buy in the store is the same as what you read on the web. Only instead of reading it one page every couple of days, you read all the pages at once.
I think that would make it worse, not better...
Yeah, Megatokyo is just sort of this comic that's there, and seemingly always will be there. I can't say it is terrible, because it is better than the vast majority of web comics. Of course, I'll say it again, the vast majority of everything is terrible. Megatokyo isn't good enough for me to care about it at all. However, I read it out of habit, and it has an important place in the history of web comics and our new geek culture.
I find myself still reading Megatokyo. I have it bookmarked, and I still go to the site and read the new comic. I have done so for years. However, I also find myself not caring about the comic at all. It elicits no emotional response from me whatsoever. I like some of the non-character art, but that's about it. I think it just goes to show you that you do not need to make something quality to be popular. Sure, if your work is very awesome, that helps a lot, but it is far from necessary. This should be obvious to anyone looking at current pop culture.
I thought you only had time for the best of entertainment. As it stands I stopped reading Megatokyo soon after Largo quit because it lost it's humorous edge.
It takes me about 5 seconds to read Megatokyo. Not a big deal.
I read the Bad Boys of Computer Science for almost a year after it stopped updating. I doubt I'll stop reading MegaTokyo anytime soon... I tend to grudgingly deign to read any webcomic but, once reading, will stick with it to the bitter, bitter end.
It seems to me, and maybe just me, but it seems like the majority of people who read webcomics want to read gag a day, or just comedic comics with no story, rather then reading comics that are more story based (whether that story includes mostly humor, mostly drama, or a good mix of both.)