Fetch

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Rating: 1/5 – Imagine if Garfield was somehow even less interesting.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Stephen Bretall.
http://www.daffadillies.co.uk/fetch/index.html

Premise
Fetch and his friend Bailey are cats who get up to wacky adventures.

What’s Awesome About It?
If you are a huge fan of Garfield or other similar newspaper comics then you may enjoy this comic. On a similar token, if  you find the idea of talking cats (or cats in general) so hilarious that you think that anything involving them is entertaining then this may be the comic for you. This really fits in on the internet, though, since it seems to have a thing for talking cats.

On the other hand ,if you do not particularly care for cats in general, Garfield-type cats in specific, or the plethora of internet cat memes, you will likely find nothing entertaining about this comic and can safely skip it.

My Thoughts
There are hundreds of webcomics, internet articles, and just general things that I can do with my life that I think are much better than reading this.  I will admit (as I mentioned above) that there’s probably an audience for this somewhere. After all SOMEONE must still read all those newspaper gag strips and propagate all the internet cat memes.  I did not personally enjoy this comic which, as far as I can tell, isn’t really particularly good even from the point of view of people who would gravitate towards cat comics, but I could be wrong.  The link is above, give a try and decide for yourself.

Reviewed by: Stephen Bretall
(stephen@comicspectrum.com
)
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One Response to Fetch

  1. thehatandfat says:

    Ouch, but understandable!

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