Belch Dimension Comics

From The Bad Webcomics Wiki
Jump to navigationJump to search
GiantDouche.jpg WARNING: The creator of this webcomic is a giant douche, even by internet standards. Their behavior may include, but is not limited to: Rampant displays of racism, sexism, homophobia and/or other forms of bigotry and douchebaggery. May spew invective at critics and fans alike. Avoid real-life interaction as much as possible.
This author responded to a review on the site and his/her reply can be found here in the "Reactions" section.

Original review author:RetardBus Retardbus
Webcomic name: Belch Dimension Comics
Author: Jonathan M."The Iconoclast" Sweet, AKA HaggisMcCrablice, AKA Dr. Belch
Start Date: 2005
End Date: Ongoing, unfortunately
Genre: Political, Super Hero, Slice of Life
Defining Flaw: Hideous artwork and overall being confusing, childish, and unengaging.

Rating Summary

Art: Wiki.png

Only marginally better than what Christian Weston Chandler can draw.

Storyline: Wiki.png

The storyline is extremely dull and predictable, yet at the same time, difficult to follow.

Characters: Wiki.png

All we have are an obnoxious author self insert who is always right and a bunch of cheesy Saturday morning cartoon caricatures, as well as cartoonishly evil villains who's only motives are that they hate the protagonist and his friends for no reason.

Miscellaneous Details: Wiki.png

Each strip is split up into issues, which is a ridiculous concept for a webcomic. This problem is only exacerbated by the fact that the website is a complete clusterfuck.

Overall: Wiki.png

Human feces would be offended if I called this comic a piece of shit.


I discovered this comic after its author necro bumped a thread about himself on the CWCki forums and caused a hilarious public spectacle which lasted for nearly 30 pages. He would gloat about his comic and always claimed that "true conservatives" loved it. Just from the constant links to his website and the comic covers that he would shoehorn into his posts, I could tell it was going to be bad, but it did not prepare me for what I was about to encounter before I wrote this review.


This comic was an abomination from the beginning.

Story and Plot

Art review

Writing review

Author biography