This is a website, where, at the moment, you can read two webcomics! This consists of 'Mistaken', and 'Dougie and Dip'. If
you are new, you'll need a brief explanation before reading, of course. First of all, the following content is rated PG13+.
If you are under 13, please click off now, or ask for parental permission before viewing the content, especially for Mistaken.
Now that we have that cleared up, let's begin the explanation.
First of all, Mistaken is not a funny comedy thing. It's pretty serious stuff. Sure, there's jokes here and there, but if you
want some laughs, go read Dougie and Dip. Here's a basic synopsis of Mistaken. A semi-horror episodic webcomic about a certain
breed of... creature. They started appearing in the town of York, in the late 1600s, and, this being the time period that it is,
they of course condemned them to trial, and burned them at the stake, notwithstanding that it wasn't always successful. This comic
follows Micheal Larr, a Mistaken admirer and scholar, and his brothers, Jeremiah and Hunter, as they figure out what the hell
these things are! Oh, and to protect them. So, read it if you want a serious comic experience with the best attempt i can do
at something that evokes an emotional response.
Dougie and Dip
Dougie and Dip is more of a change of heart. Read dougie and dip if you want a laugh. If, it manages to make you laugh, that is.
It's simply more lighthearted. Dougie and Dip follows twin brothers, Dougie and Dip. If, you could've guessed that. Their design
and all of the art in this particular comic is inspired by Roger Cook and Don Shanosky's DOT Pictograms, which are the little symbols
you see on signs in public areas. Moreover, the brothers themselves are based on the little people on the DOT Pictograms, what with their
lack of face-ness, their floating heads, and simple art style. Though it is comedy, don't expect some Garfield kinda stuff. It actually
kind of has an overarching storyline, and not every last panel is a punchline.