Digital Strips 180 – Things We Liked 2009

Another year has come and gone and that means that we have to do our duty as a self-important blog and podcast of giving our best of. Because seriously, if self-important blogs don’t record what was good and what blew of under appreciated pop culture, who will?

Like last year we give our favorite Zuda Entry, our favorite Horizon’s Pick, our Favorite Strips we reviewed and best all around comic. Hopefully our picks don’t match up with yours exactly and you’ll have a violent opinion that you just must share. I didn’t specifically ask for feed back on the show but that was because I’m a jerk. I’m better now and we’d love to hear what you think in the comments.

Here are our picks for people who don’t want to listen to the whole show:

Best Zuda:
Peabody and D’gorath (Jason)
Integration Control Element (Steve)

Best Horizon:
Lovecraft is Missing (Jason)
The Meek (Steve)

Best Reviewed Comic:
Legend of Bill (Jason)
Imagine This (Steve)

For best overall comic you’ll have to tune in. I’m a dick that way.

Also unfortunately this will have to do for our Zuda Watch for December. We give our picks and discuss the best this competition had to offer, a slide over the rest. Let us know if you think this is a new format. It sure was easier for us.

Show Notes:

Mark WolfChild
Sub Seulo
The kind you don’t take home to mother.
Octane Jungle
Bow and Arrow
Scott Kurtz
David Gallaher
Mathema
Digital Strips Adventures
Episode 164
I love tapes
Snowflakes
Pigtails and Potbellies
Dawn of Time
Dork Tower
Order of the Stick
XKCD
Wonderella-ella-ella
Penny Arcade
Finder’s Keepers

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5 thoughts on “Digital Strips 180 – Things We Liked 2009

  1. Excellent! and thanks for the kudos there in best Revioewed comic! And my pal Lucas kicks ARSE on Imagine This so what a pleasure to be paired with ‘im! 😉

  2. You are very welcome Mr. Reddick.

    We expect more great stuff from both you and Lucas in the next year.

  3. The artist from OJ is drawing Wall-E for Boom Studios. So it’s not so much lack of ambition as prioritizing projects I suspect.

  4. Appreciate the comments, everyone!

    David, had we known you and Lucas were buds, we never would have picked you both. Sure, your comics are both tremendous, but the favortism makes me uncomfortable. Also, 🙂

    Nate, that’s great to hear! I might just have to check out that series after all. The Incredibles stuff was fun I loved both Wall-E and Octane Jungle, and to think of combining the two just makes my face melt.

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