Comic’s name: Office Ninja Comics
Creators: Andrew Day
What is the comic about: The absurtities of Office life, as seen through the eyes of its resident Killer Assassin.
How is the comic drawn: The artwork is deceptively simple. the characters aren’t rendered in a lot of detail, but at the same time you can tell that a lot of work was put into the rendering of the comic strip.
What else does the website offer: There was a forum section, but it has since been disabled, apparently due to spammers. He has a short list of webcomics he supports (hopefully THE SEIZURE will someday be on that list), a blog section and not much else. The biggest focus is on the comic itself.
What do I think of the site’s overall design: Simple but very clean. There isn’t a lot of clutter to draw you away from the comic. it has a sleekness to it that fits with the artistic style of the comic, if not exactly with the subject matter.
What do I like about the strip: How could you not like a strip profiling the moronic actions of the people you work with? It’s very similar to Dilbert, but while many of Dilbert’s stories and character behavior makes no sense at all, you can clearly identify the behaviors of the people who work with the Office Ninja. the jokes are a dead-on representation of the things we sometimes imagine doing to the coworkers who rub us the wrong way, as well as the reasons why.
Why should YOU read it: If you’ve ever had the secret desire to do bodily harm to your idiotic coworkers, this is the strip for you.
ESRB Rating: teens and up (lots of cartoony blood and gore)