Review: Nerf Now
Nerf Now is a video game webcomic that has no real plot or story but instead is a bunch of little mini stories spread out through the whole thing, some of which are only a page long, others go for a small bit longer about three or four pages, and some go one for a bit longer than that on occasion.
With a recurring focus on the popular first-person shooter Team Fortress 2, there are interesting plots developed, character type revealed, and the occasional romance every now and again. Being a webcomic, the artist does take some liberties and, as far as I can tell having never played TF2 myself, creates female versions of the main heroes to push the stories along give them a bit more depth. They are fun and likable, and they do write about other games all the time, so hey, strat reading and maybe you’ll see some jokes about your favorite games.
The art style starts out relatively simple, straight lines, static expressions, poses that lack that smooth dynamic movement, but you can tell as things progress she advances and get better and better as things go along. It’s just an overall cute and fun time killing comic that you can easily spend ours pouring over.
Not much else to say since it has no base story, but you get the gist of it. Fun comic, cute art, video games, and a whole lot of love poured into the whole darn thing. Give it a read and let me know what you think!
And, as always, I hope you enjoy as much as I do.
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