Updated on 16 October, 2021
cad Comic is an online comic strip posted to several different websites. Ctrl+alt+Delete is an online interactive cartoon and animated television show written by Tim Buckley. The channel name of this online comic strip refers to the Windows control-alt-delete. The site began running in 2021, and has become one of the most popular websites on the internet for young children. It was created as a joint project between Buckley and his two accomplices, Ryan McRae and Greg Capra.
The story of cad comics is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the humans have barricaded themselves into the city of New York. The humans are living underground in the sewer system, and the surviving dogs of the humans hunt them down and attempt to kill them. This leads the mother of one of the humans, Mom, to develop an immunity to the dogs' venom. She allows her son, Lucas, to take over the family business, leading to the start of an exciting adventure.
Like many other web comic strips, the cad character is drawn using comic book art. Unlike most comic book characters, however, the main attraction of this cartoon is the dialogue. The sarcastic delivery of both the humans and the animals helps the strip to bring humor to a normally serious subject. Although there is some violence in the strips, the humor is more in the delivery than in any actual blood or bodily tissue being shed. For that reason, the violence is mostly portrayed as being funny, rather than disturbing.
The Cad Comic strip has also won a number of awards over the years, including a Webby Award from 2021. Many of those who have enjoyed the comic strip are so dedicated that they post comments on the blogs about how much they enjoy their postings. In fact, one person who goes by the name "Cad" has almost thirty thousand followers. It is evident that the popularity of the online strip is at least partially attributable to word of mouth.
In addition to drawing his comic strip using a pen and a sheet of paper, Joe Lanza has also created several different versions of it for publication on the Internet. The "Joe Lazzo" version features the character performing at what appears to be a professional rock concert, complete with his pyjamas, a guitar, and a microphone. In addition, he wears a shirt that says "I'm forty" in yellow, and a "Pineapple" bandanna. The "CCBA" version features Joe Lanza as a member of the Carousel Crew along with his wife, Holly. The comic strip ends with them holding a press conference to announce that Joe has passed on.
While the strip can be found in a number of different sources, it is the DVD video versions that offer the best selection. All but one of the DVDs features all of the regular strips, as well as some bonus strips. The most recent release, "The New Adventures of Starfire", includes all of the original shorts and the "Space Cases" specials that first appeared in the series. Other short movies that have been released on DVD include "Cad", "Dawn of the Nerd", "Songs fromspace", "Dogs", and "Buster Bustin'.
While the strip is still entertaining today, it is not nearly as popular as it was when it began. Part of this may be the fact that other cartoons have come and gone by the time that it has. Another reason could simply be that there are far more attractive and popular choices for kids these days. Still, even with the popularity of Spongebob Squarepants, Scooby-Doo, and Barbie it is the comics that remain a household name.
The Cad Comic book itself is also available in a trade paperback format. It is worth purchasing the hard copy, however. The nice thing about the paperback is that you can flip through it like a book and keep everything that you wanted to see. The cover of each strip is also worth a mention. In fact, the first three strips in the series are the favorites among many people who have ever seen the series.