Applegeeks est un webcomic humoristique américain scénarisé par Ananth Panagariya et dessiné par Mohammad « Hawk » Haque. Il suit les aventures d'un groupe d'étudiants aux États-Unis, dont l'un est fan d'Apple (d'où le nom de la série).

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