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Webcomic:  Don’t Hit Save

Creator:   Jeff Lofvers

Format:  4 panel strip

Updates:  Tuesdays and Fridays

Genre:  Workplace, comedy, computers

Themes:  Computer coding, Workplace, computers

Characters:  Jeff, his co-workers, action figure

Archive:  Begins September 18, 2015

Jeff Lofvers writes Don’t Hit Save, a workplace comedy for computer coders.  I’m not that tech savvy, so some of the jokes don’t quite hit home for me, but the comic is consistent.

The artwork is also consistent.  It’s always four panels and has a kind of low key lay out to it.  That way, when something does happen it has more of an impact.  Reminds me a little of the way Knights of The Dinner Table pays off.

The comedy is pretty inside unless your more of a computer nerd, but it’s only been posting since September, so Jeff probably needs more time to broaden its appeal.  I’d like to see a cast list and an about page, might help clarify everything.  If you want to get on the ground floor of this, now’s the time.

Check out Don’t Hit Save.  Why not?  It’s free.

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