Simulated Comic Product
title = Simulated Comic Product #4
author = Kevin Forbes
url = http://www.simulatedcomicproduct.com
status = Weekly
began = February 2005
Simulated Comic Product #4, to give the full title, is a
webcomiccreated by Kevin Forbes which has run since February 2005. As of March 2006 a hundred strips had been published. Currently the site updates weekly, with occasional bonus comics. Many strips have been set to that for the weekly Crown Commission [http://www.crowncommission.com/stripfight/index.php Stripfight] contest.
The strips are usually in color with solid fill and are drawn on a
graphics tablet, the style has become more consistent with time. Though there is no continuity involved in the strip it frequently features a dystopianfuture, often involving robots. The humour is dark and is reminiscent of The Perry Bible Fellowship, most strips are three panels and rely on a situation being built up in the first two, and then a dark and unexpected denouement in the third..
"SCP" features weekly on the "
Flak Magazine" website and has featured in [http://www.zoinksmagazine.com/ Zoinks magazine] , a bi-monthly Canadian-based webcomics publication.
* [http://simulatedcomicproduct.com/ Official Site]
* [http://www.flakmag.com/comics/ Flak Magazine] - An online magazine in which SCP features weekly.
* [http://www.zoinksmagazine.com/ Zoinks magazine] - A webcomic magazine in which SCP has featured.
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