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Comics in the exhibit (1)

One advantage of setting up a webcomics exhibit is that it's a good reason to finally read the archives of famous webcomics that you know you should be reading anyway. One disadvantage is that you get to slog through huge webcomics archives in a short period of time.

This week, I'll be listing some of the comics in the exhibit. I want to start off with two that distinguished themselves by having a "best of" page in which I could easily find their most-loved work:
Boxjam's Doodle and Sluggy Freelance. Both are well-known (or should be) but deserve extra mention anyway for this good practice.

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