I had a few remarks from people who weren’t reading online days before. So I’ll start with brief explanation of basics:
“McDuffies” is an online day that goes for about two years now. It’s featured on this site and every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday you can find a new episode on home page.
“McDuffies” is attempting to be a humoristic day, which means, at the end of every strip you should expect a punchline, a humor relief. But it’s also an adventure day so strips are stringed into storylines and sometimes jokes are not even comprehensible without knowing previous strips.
Now, how to find previous “mcDuffies” episodes? They’re all in archive. You’ll get to them using navigation buttons:
leads to first “mcDuffies” strip ever
leads to strip that is previous to the one you’re currently reading
leads to strip that is next to the one you’re currently reading - it appears only when you’re reading through past strips, not on home page.
leads to home page and the last strip that’s out.
You can also use a calendar:
where clicking at the day leads you to the day of that day. On archive page you can find a complete calendar with all mcDuffies days.
“McDuffies” is divided into stories, more or less separated. It’s sometimes a bother to start from the first strip ‘cause there’s a lot of strips in the archive, and clicking to the random place in calendar and starting reading from there can lead to confusion. Better option is to start from the start of one of the stories.
That’s why maybe the most useful tool is the storyline dropdown:
By picking an option from dropdown, you jump to the start of chosen story.
Storyline guide contains brief descriptions of every story so you can chack what’s most interesting there. Although stories may sometimes be connected one to the other, I believe you can read them separately as well, and fill empty space with your imagination ;-)
And if you want some more online days, check link page for what I recommend.
mcDuffies is hosted on comicgenesis, a free webhosting and site automation service for webdays. All material is property of Srdjan Achimovich, I heard he usualy incourages you to copy it for your personal use