Tsuduku is an internet comic written by Ken Taylor of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York (at least I think so, based on his web address). It is updated about 3 times a week. Tsuduku is poorly drawn (on purpose) on the computer using tools such as Microsoft Paint and Adobe Photoshop. The characters consist of a stick figure, a circle, a marshmallow, and a few others. This cartoon takes on a new cartooning perspective because the characters actually know they are drawn on the computer, and poke fun at themselves with jokes about Photoshop filters and their crudely drawn selves. You can read Tsuduku at http://www.rpi.edu/~taylok2/tsuduku/.