[Comic Filter] Help me locate an online comic strip
November 4, 2005 4:33 AM   Subscribe

Hi, I'm trying to locate a web-based comic strip that I had read sometime ago. The main protagonist is a young girl who works in a photo developing shop/lab. One day a customer submits some gory photos featuring violent acts (possibly murder? ) and the girl decides to investigate the matter on her own. That is all I can recall. Does this strike a note with anyone else? Additionally, I would welcome recommendations for other webcomics that are favorites with the MeFi community. I enjoy stuff like PhD. and PVP. Thanks
posted by sk381 to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (16 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Best answer: Sounds like Shutterbug Follies.
posted by TayBridge at 4:36 AM on November 4, 2005

Response by poster: Yup. That's the one! God, I love Ask MetaFilter. I had been straining my brain for hours trying to come up with an answer and I got one here within 3 minutes.

Any other recommendations for other online strips, though??

Thanks, TayBridge!!
posted by sk381 at 4:44 AM on November 4, 2005

Girls with Slingshots
Make with the Funny
Questionable Content
Wapsi Square
You'll-only-get-the-jokes-if-you-play-paintball: Doc's Whiteboard
posted by SpecialK at 5:20 AM on November 4, 2005

I'm all about the big pixel dorky indie goodness that is Diesel Sweeties, even thought I know it's wrong to lust after girls in comic strips.

Okay, if not wrong, at least questionable.
posted by willmize at 5:52 AM on November 4, 2005

On hiatus until January '06, but there are plenty of archives to dive into with Christopher Baldwin's Bruno.

Penny Arcade
posted by wells at 6:25 AM on November 4, 2005

By the way, you can read the first 13 parts of Jason Little's Shutterbug Follies on his site (scroll down for the links).
posted by blueberry at 6:28 AM on November 4, 2005

posted by polyglot at 7:06 AM on November 4, 2005

The Killer
posted by DrtyBlvd at 7:23 AM on November 4, 2005

I asked for webcomic recommendations last February and got a ton responses.
posted by nooneyouknow at 8:02 AM on November 4, 2005

Best answer: The young girl is Bee, and her adventures continued in Motel Art Improvement Service, but after setting up this new story, Jason Little seems to have lost interest in his site (no updates since June).
posted by Rash at 8:38 AM on November 4, 2005

Rash beat me to it. That's it.
posted by adamrice at 8:59 AM on November 4, 2005

White Ninja! Hiya!
posted by robocop is bleeding at 10:43 AM on November 4, 2005

Beaver and Steve
Comics by Derek Kirk Kim
posted by hooray at 4:37 PM on November 4, 2005

Perry Bible Fellowship
posted by rfordh at 6:41 PM on November 4, 2005

posted by freshgroundpepper at 11:21 PM on November 4, 2005

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