Rating: 3.5/5 – Solid humor, mediocre execution
A (mostly) single panel black and white gag strip with some pretty funny jokes and an archive that goes back about a year.
What’s Awesome About It?
The first thing you’ll probably notice about Seven Billion Little Reasons is the lackluster site design and quite frankly mediocre quality of the art. Still, this comic has something that makes up for these shortcomings – quality humor. While most of the comics aren’t super-hilarious, they exhibit an excellent sense of humor and there are definitely some quotable gems.
The art, while it could use improvement, gets the point across and is developed enough to allow for competent visual gags. The site design, while lacking some standard navigational elements like an about page, an archive, and a first button, is functional in allowing you to read through the comics (and since order isn’t relevant, reading them in reverse is absolutely fine).
There are seven billion little reasons to dislike this comic, but one big one to give it the (not very large) investment of your time to read through the archive – actual, quality humor. And at the end of the day, isn’t that all a webcomic really needs?
Reviewed by: Stephen Bretall – email@example.com
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