After a decade of hosting thousands of webcomics on its numerous servers, the Internet has taken on an active consciousness, expressing itself via its own webcomic and corresponding blog.
“It’s sort of like that Star Trek film where the satellite Voyager became an artificial lifeform,” said Computer Science Professor Stephen Orvard at MIT. “Only this version has programmed itself to obsess over Dragon Ball Z fanfiction.”
Starting in Binary and eventually progressing to ASCII, the Internet’s webcomic is showing signs of familiarity with MS Paint. At its current growth rate, The Internet may begin doing Flash animations by Mid-May and open a Cafepress site before summer arrives.