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Webcomic profile: Monster Soup
Monster Soup
A webcomic of devious deliciousness.
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 5 days ago, 4:56 PM
Number of comics: 343
Number of subscribers: 575
Visitors: 215405 visitors (1831391 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (1070 votes)

Webcomic description

A group of misfit monsters are sentenced to live under the same roof--a castle belonging to mad scientist, who is serving his own sentence for unethical experiments. The real question is, can a hodgepodge group of monsters live under the same roof? (Some comedy, horror, and a little bit of everything else.)

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TheGhost
TheGhost
An artist and writer who draws stories and writes drawings.

Most recent comments left on Monster Soup

kyrtuck
5 days ago
kyrtuck
ooh, very creepy!
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Otaku
22nd Dec 2018
Otaku
How ominous...

...pressuring someone ill-suited to college is a recipe for student loans that will haunt you longer than the ghosts in this story and be more difficult to deal with than the curses we've seen so far. ;)
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Otaku
11th Dec 2018
Otaku
Then on the off chance you feel like knowing a bit more about what is being referenced, as opposed to the actual story because it has been a long time since I read the earlier chapters... ^^'

The comic strip is referencing a gag that was either itself an homage to something with which I'm not familiar or else originated in The Mummy (1999). It is not intended to denote a serious believer in the faiths involved. ;)

Ignoring the completely silly stuff, I've seen the cross work because of a vampire's own personal hang-ups, because of the higher power it represents, or because of the faith of the person wielding it. The third is distinct from the second because only the strength of the person's beliefs, as opposed to what it is they believe in, is the source of its power.

Anyway, keep enjoying the art. ;)
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Some Ed
10th Dec 2018
Well, yes.

Just to be explicit, my response hinged on the difference between polyamorous and polytheistic: she did not attempt to assert that she actually *believed* in multiple religions, just that she loved them.

It was my guess you were just trying to discuss things, tangentially or otherwise. Any movie that would be on topic for this comic would not be one I was familiar with. I came here to admire the artwork, which is amazing, but I really take issue with the bulk of the characters here...
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Some Ed
10th Dec 2018
Does this collective you've joined have something comparable to Comicfury's subscriptions system? I ask because I find that incredibly helpful for following comics that may be prone to skipping an update now and then.

Also, do they have a privacy policy or a terms of service page? I understand they're Canadian, so they're used to a less litigious environment than the US, but I frequently find it helpful to at least understand what the people who run a site I'm getting involved with believe is reasonable behavior. For example, if I was looking to go to a new school and I found out the staff felt it was reasonable for young girls to gang up on another young girl for having a private moment with one of their boyfriends, I'd look for another school. If a school I was considering didn't have any sort of code of conduct, I'd also be less likely to attend, simply because of the lack of certainty. Just as useless is a place that just has a code of conduct saying they expect people to be good and well behaved, because different people are different, and not everyone agrees on what those terms mean. For example, your character Luke clearly has very different ideas on that subject than anyone I wish to associate with... That may be an extreme example, but I've come to have these concerns because a younger me was more trusting of people and thus learned better.
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