The purpose of this site is to find and rank the best and worst xkcds.
Just click on the one you like best from the two comics presented above.
Even though I once liked xkcd, the last few years I think it's really gone down. This site is a simple experiment to see what the rest of the world thinks. The results gathered here will tell which xkcds are the better ones and which ones are worst. It would then perhaps be possible to make some totally pointless graphs of the quality of xkcd over time.
Each time this page is loaded, two random xkcds will be presented next to each other. You will get the title and alt, but by popular request not the date or number. Your job is then to click on the one you like best, or the one you hate the least, whatever suits you. The more you click, the better. Unlike normal voting-systems, you may only choose from the comics that are randomly shown. When you vote for one of them, that will be a winner, and the other one will be a loser. Toplists are generated based on a simple calculation using these numbers to deduce the win- or lose-percentage for every comic.
If the images above look aliased, jaggedy and genrally bad, that's probably because your browser scales them badly. Use a good browser like Safari to fix that.
This site was created in the early months of 2011 by Niclas Lardh, who some years prior had created the iPhone-optimised TouchXKCD webapp.
These comics are created by Randall Munroe and comes from xkcd.com. They are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License.
Oh, and the xkcdsucks-blog sucks too these days.