Top 10 Comics of 2013 [ COMIC ]

At one time, Dueling Analogs was solely a webcomic site. As such, you’d might think that more of the top 10 comics would be from me, but I’ll be the first to admit that I under delivered original content in 2013. Granted I have been creating more original content in the past few months, I still need to find a better way to juggle everything so there’s more next year.

These are ten most liked posts that were filed under comics to appear on Dueling Analogs in 2013.

10 – Roll the Dice
Number 10

The number ten spot comic teaches us that if you’re going to try, go all the way.

9 – Dragon Tales of Woe
Number 9

The new fairy class was only supposed to bring balance to the world of Pokémon, but it also brought headaches to the dragons.

8 – You Down Wit’ NPC?!
Number 8

You think you’re an adventurer or an NPC? Well, this comic shows you that you might just think again.

7 – Here, Catch!
Number 7

Guess what, Booker? Elizabeth has a something for you.

6 – Calculated Risk
Number 6

My only original piece to come in on the top 10 comics of the year, shows the morbid reality about all those games you’re buying.

5 – How to Talk to Women
Number 5

Not sure how to talk to women? The fifth most liked comic of the year will teach you how.

4 – Trainer Tips
Number 4

A reporter interviews Red, the Regional Pokémon Champion, and he shares the secret of his success.

3 – It’s Dangerous to go Alone…
Number 3

After reading this brilliant comic, about the original Legend of Zelda by Zac Gorman, you will never look at the first thirty seconds of the game the same way again.

2 – PokéNoir: Part I
Number 2

Pokémon plus film noir equals awesome. Make sure to scroll to the bottom of the comic for the link to part two.

1 – I, Battlestation
Number 1

And the number one most liked comic on Dueling Analogs shows what happens when you go down the road of building your own custom PC.

2014 is a brand new year. So make sure to like and share the comics you enjoy in the upcoming year so they too can appear in next years top 10.