1977 the Comic

1977 the webcomic

1977 the webcomic

I have to admit that I stay away from promoting *cough* adult webcomics that I read.  Knowing that I spend most of my time in the library, it’s kind of hard to read them.  Sometimes the librarians peek over your shoulder to see what you’re working on.  They probably wouldn’t like some of the webcomics that I read.

Anyway, here’s a plug for 1977 the Comic.  It’s a borderline comic with a fair amount of skin.  Heck, one look at the header image will probably tell you that. You’ll also have to deal with the occasional peek as well.  That doesn’t bother me but I know it does with some.  The drug and alcohol references will probably set off a few folks as well.  And, considering it’s been restarted a couple of times, that may set off even more folks.

So why should you read it?  Well, it’s funny.  I haven’t seen a dud comic yet.  W. Byron Wilkins, the creator, artist and writer, is fairly good with updating twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays.  I enjoy his artwork as well.

Feel free to give it a try.  Just make sure you do read it in front of any nuns.

5 thoughts on “1977 the Comic

  1. Hey, hey! Very cool, man! I’m glad you enjoy the comic, and your comments are taken as they are meant to be… positive with constructive suggestions. I do take them to heart too… so thank you for your input!
    I love your sub-head on your blog title! Far out…
    Byron

  2. Be a Real Man: Read Moose Mountain Comics

    I know, it’s been awhile again since I promoted a webcomic.  I really need to talk and link to more of them, at the very least so I can put them on the links page….

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