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Jun 13, 2012
Starting and maintaining a web comic is tough work. I worked as an illustrator/comic artist for my school newspaper, so I know what kind of dedication it takes to knock something out week after week and make sure that it at least isn't BAD. While initially sticking to some generic comedic comic go-tos (even gags that obviously were influenced by film and television) "Snap, Crackle, Pop" evolved into a world full of personality, self-reflection, and laugh-out-loud moments. I was impressed. As a reader, you are quickly sucked in to the idea that Kit needs to work through her "personal demons", both figuratively and literally. How will she do it? Does she do it? Is the fact that Kit is becoming friends with her demons good because she has found a way to live with them, or bad because she let's them continue to try and corrupt her? Is the hilarity that ensues Kit, or Kit making me laugh at myself? Overall it has become a solid, enjoyable web comic. I have read since... More > day one, and still follow. I will purchase the next installment. And if my toddler likes it, I like it. And he likes it.< Less