Digital Strips 190 – Review Marooned

People always ask what book/movie/cast member of Chuck you would want to have with you if you were stranded on a deserted island. They never ask this about Web comics, probably because if you had the internet you’d just send an email asking some one to come rescue you after you finished the archive of Sinfest.

Being stuck on another planet is an all together much more frightening proposition, and that forms the premise for this week’s comic Marooned. Captain John is stuck on Mars, and despite the fact that he lacks all skills, training and common sense, he’s doing his best to survive along with his angry robot Asimov and the many Martian races waiting beneath the surface. Is that hijinks that I smell about to ensue? It sure is.

This is actually the second time we’ve talked about Marooned. The first being almost two years ago when it was competing the Web Comics Idol competition. I’d tell you to go back and listen to that show, and you can if you want to, but I’m a better editor now, I’m almost embarrassed by the old episodes. I am still learning however and still trying new things with the mic.

Show Notes:
Not Invented Here
Pixton
Bill Barnes
Dinosaur comics
Real Life Comics
Wondermark
Dawn of Time
Order of the Stick
XKCD Sucks
PVP Makes me Sad
Bear and Tiger
Pajama Forest
Realm of Atland
Riceboy
Goodship chronicles
Jackie Rose

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3 thoughts on “Digital Strips 190 – Review Marooned

  1. Over a year ago I was part of a webcomic “community” with Tom, creator of Marooned. Needless to say I was pretty excited to hear a review about his comic. I enjoyed the podcast. It was great to listen to while I worked on my own comic! Look forward to hearing more.

  2. Evan: Glad to hear you liked it. You’re honey comes from bears bit was great.

    Goo-man: Welcome aboard, glad to have you with us, I’ll have to check out your strip.

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