This weekend’s webcomic is Least I Could Do by Ryan Sohmer and Lar Desouza, the same duo behind Looking For Group.

Least I Could Do is about as different from Looking for Group as you could imagine. Least I Could Do follows the escapades of Rayne Summers, an egocentric, womanizing, pseudo-geek and his various friends and family. While that sounds pretty terrible, the writing of the comic actually manages to pull it off in a way that is often hilarious.

LICD has been around a while and runs the gambit of humor. Everything from topical one-shots to huge story lines, though as the comic has progressed, the story lines have become the focus with fewer one-shots. On Sundays the comic does a big panel called Beginnings that takes a weekly look at Rayne as a child; much in the same styling as Calvin and Hobbes… without the Hobbes.

Really though, LICD is one of those comics that is very difficult to sum up in just a few paragraphs… or even a few pages. Like all comics I recommend you go and read a few dozen of the stips and see if you like it. As always I prefer to let a comic stand on it’s own, as anything I could say about it is secondary to what the actual content provides the reader.

-Confusion is a state of mind, or is it?