Â Least I Could Do (LICD) is a humor webcomic by Ryan Sohmer and Lar deSouza (also the creators of the fantasy webcomic Looking for Group), which debuted on February 10, 2003. Although Lar deSouza is the current artist, the comic was previously drawn by Chad WM. Porter, for two years, and before that, Trevor Adams. The primary theme of the strip is sexuality, especially the promiscuity of the primary character, Rayne Summers.
Least I Could Do is one of my favourite web comics, with some large story arcs, continuity and some short gag-a-day’s and small arcs. It is a really good mix. There is an evolution with the characters (even when they didn’t age) and some pop culture references. The art has changed over time, with different artists as time has gone by. If you start reading at a point you won’t stop!
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