April Fools Webcomic Switcharoo – but wait there’s more

Shenanigans, I say!

As an april fools day joke, xkcd.com shows the Questionable Content homepage, questionablecontent.net shows the dinosaur comics home page, and qwantz.com shows the xkcd home page. Well done, I thought – a very clever collaboration.

I checked to see if other webcomics might be doing this too, and among other comics, checked vgcats.com, and saw that nothing was different. Later, a few minutes ago, I checked vgcats, and saw that it resembled CAD. Sure, it’s a very funny comic that makes fun of CAD, which I personally am not a fan of, but that’s not the point, is it. (No, it’s not)

I tried to ignore Scott Ramsoomair’s blatant imitation of Scott Johnson’s 56 Geeks Poster, because I really like vgcats, and check it often. I’m not saying that I didn’t enjoy both imitations, I’m just saying that this reeks.

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