DS 526: Fancy Slenderman

Fancy costume for Slenderman

We’re getting rolling in the new year with a longer look at a comic we first discovered last year, The 3 Pilgrims by Trevor Downs. It’s very reserved and sparse in its presentation, but the mystery and adventure it presents are well worth joining the three pilgrims on their journey.

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DS 525: Doin’ It Raw And/Or Uncut

Cover of DVD for Babylon A.D. Harder Cut

Another year of Digital Strips is in the books, but before we move on, we’re taking time to remember our favorite comics from the episodes we recorded in 2018. What comics are we keeping up with? What are some stories we’d like to catch up on? We’ve got loads of comics to talk about, so dig in and see what you might have missed this past year.

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New Year, New Blog!

Hey, Strippers, Welcome to 2019!

It’s that time of the year when, traditionally, we all get a little more introspective and set goals for ourselves to mark on the blank slate of life before us. You might remember we did a similar thing in the leadup to 2018, setting out our goals for the blog and for the show — now it’s time to look back on those goals and forward again, and give you a little hint to where the Digital Strips Blog will be headed in this brand new year! Continue reading

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DS 524: You’re All Sherple

Sherp ATVRobin Kaplan’s Ushala at World’s End is a comic worth looking at … again. The work has expanded since last we saw this exceptional comic, in some ways that we never would have foreseen. Follow the sherp and don’t miss out on this story!

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DS 523: We Made It a Thunderdome

Our long look at Mad Rupert’s Sakana was so delightful, Jason decided we should also look at her choose your own adventure experiment, Pol-Apo. It’s got a biting wit in the writing and a fun soul that is extinguished much too soon with a hiatus that might be permanent. Steve continues the enjoyment train by introducing Oddity Woods, a kid detective tale as charming as it is engrossing.

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An App(arition) for Modern Horror

Happy… *checks calendar* What? November?! When did this happen?

Oh, right – I’ve been lost in the all-consuming vortex which is Tales of the Unusual by Seongdae Oh.

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DS 521: The C-Dub-iverse

Tom Welling and Erica Durance of SmallvilleAfter giving their thoughts on the PvP collection currently on Kickstarter, the guys take another look at Madeline Rupert Jaspering’s Sakana, a comic DS first took a look at back in 2012. What’s changed? What’s the same? Is it still as fun and character-rich as it was back then? Listen in to this first part of that return to Sakana to find out!

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DS Conversation: Brock Heasley

The cover to Paper Bag Mask, a novel by Brock HeasleyJason talks with Superfogeys creator Brock Heasley about his first novel, Paper Bag Mask, the real-world inspirations for that story, the Kickstarter currently wrapping up for the first volume of Superfogeys, and the long, winding road to where that comic is now.

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