Webcomics You Should Be Reading: “Least I Could Do”

Marc Alan Fishman

Marc Alan Fishman is a graphic designer, digital artist, writer, and most importantly a native born Chicagoan. When he's not making websites, drawing and writing for his indie company Unshaven Comics, or rooting for the Bears... he's a dedicated husband and father. When you're not enjoying his column here on ComicMix, feel free to catch his comic book reviews weekly at MichaelDavisWorld, and check out his books and cartoons at Unshaven Comics.

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23 Responses

  1. Crowley says:

    Ooooh this one looks really good, I'll add it to my reader

  2. Nick says:

    When I get unlazy, I'll bookmark it and read through. Nice time killer at the comic shop.

  3. Andrea "Andie&q says:

    This is hilarious. He's so mean!

  4. Patrick Hughes says:

    To this is say to you Marc… Awesome. I am in the middle of loving every second of this comic. I had to rip myself away just so I could write you a comment here about it! Also where the heck is my puppy? He answers to the name Scruffy.

  5. Russ Rogers says:

    Thanks for the mention, Marc. And shouldn't it be FOOMAFers: Friends of Ol' Marc Alan Fishman?And in the Giganta-Mega-Huge-Crossover splash, the guy in front with his pants undone? Is he holding a light-saber or a massive penis-saber? And is he urinating on the crowd of Fellow Crossoverees? What is that Golden Splashing? Is he dressing, undressing or Crossover-dressing?

    • Glenn Hauman says:

      Mark's not that ol'. He's a young whippersnapper. A child. Barely past fetus.

      • Marc Alan Fishman says:

        Yo, it's MarC. The C is for Coot. As in old coot. I'm 27. In dog years, that's like 189 years old. :) Ok.. so, maybe I'm young. But I'm an old soul. I spend my evenings on the porch sipping iced tea, and sucking on butterscotch candies.

  6. angillusion says:

    You're basically going through my RSS feed of daily comics. I think that makes us both awesome.

  7. angillusion says:

    Also, the story line involving visiting the Nigerian princess actually had me laugh out loud at work, which doesn't happen that much.

  8. Marc Alan Fishman says:

    Thank you all for writing your comments today! @Angie… damn straight, that's a great storyline. @ Russ, consider it done… @ Pat, Scruffy is on his way. Thanks all, now, get a friend to comment on this, or any other article I wrote in the next 3 days, and if thy mention you, I will illustrate you INTO my next article. No take backs, I'm serious. Way better than the macarena… right?

  9. Paul McCall says:

    "wonderfully humorous tale of a would be casanova" I think Rayne qualifies as a qualified Casanova!

  10. Kyle Gnepper says:

    I need to dedicate more time to reading this site. The Final Civil War Secret Crisis Thing had me sold.

  11. Jonathan (the other says:

    My favorite bit in the Final Civil War Secret Crisis Thing was the fact that in the last couple of strips, Davan McIntyre, from Randy Milholland's Something*Positive, was wearing the costume of Spider-Monkey, a throwaway character in another Milholland joint, Super Stupor. So, it's a minicrossover inside the megacrossover! That's the sort of thing that warms the cockles of my geeky heart…BTW, don't forget to check the link to Looking For Group, another comic by Sohmer and DeSouza. You don't have to know anything about World of Warcraft to get the jokes, although it can help you understand why everyone thinks Cale is supposed to be evil. (He's a blood elf hunter, with a pet that doesn't take orders well.)

  12. Daryll B. says:

    O nice to the boys at Blind Ferret getting some pub over here. Also for those out there Ryan and Lar are masters of pop culture-meets-comic book-times-sci-fi parodies. You folks linked them to the crossover but they have lampooned Iron Man, GI Joe, Transformers, Batman & JLA among others. And don't even get me started on what Rayne did to Alvin the Chipmunk in an effort to get a hula-hoop…yeah that sounds bad doesn't it…..

  13. Marc Alan Fishman says:

    Yeah, the more I dive into this series, the more jokes I find. I couldn't fit em all into the story, but I'm hoping all of us will check all those great strips out!

  14. Jeremiah Avery says:

    I discovered this strip when they got mentioned on PVP's site about them using Jade and Miranda in a strip in which Rayne paid homage (in poem form) to his favorite female part (back in Feb. I believe). It's very funny and one I either look at before I leave for or return from work.

  15. Polk-fan says:

    This is a terrible webcomic. Why not try something more original like http://www.polkout.com ?

    • Marc Alan Fishman says:

      Well, I went and checked out polkout, polk fan… Sorry. It's ok… but it didn't strike me personally. I'm sorry this particular webcomic didn't tickle your fancy, but then again, I've written several others. I hope one of them meets your standards, and gives you a fit of the giggles!

  16. Ross G says:

    I fell in love with this comic a few months ago and can't help but eagerly click the bookmark on my browser every morning, just to see where the current storyline is heading. I have to say your review was a spot on description of the brilliance that these two men have created and I hope that many new fans will begin following as a consequence of it. Keep up the good work.

  17. CommandoDude says:

    LICD is crap. This comic was created for one reason only, so that the writer (Ryan Sohmer) could inflate his ego through the adventures of his transparent self-insert (Rayne). The main character Rayne is a complete Mary-Sue that exists only to further Ryan's wish-fulfillment fantasies. This is made blatantly obvious by how Rayne can do or say whatever he desires without consequence. The story mostly revolves around Rayne's sexual contests.In short. LICD sucks.

  18. Not Funny says:

    This webcomic is terrible. The theme seems to be “Rayne is a douchebag,” but there’s nothing funny about a douchebag being a douchebag without any comeuppance.