This week we’re returning to our quest to find those brave souls who put their art on the line in 2013’s reality webseries Strip Search. With half of the contestants behind us, we conclude our race to the finalists by … Continue reading
Last week we looked at a few of the contestants who competed on Penny Arcade’s Strip Search in 2013 – what have they been doing for the past five years? Are they still in webcomics? Are they still creating art? … Continue reading
The year was 2012. America said they could (again), I launched my own webcomic (oh God, the art!) and as if in response JPEG juggernaut Penny Arcade ran their very first Kickstarter campaign. This campaign was nominally for the removal … Continue reading
OK ladies and gents, I’m back in charge of the editing/posting for a month or so, which means that you’re not going to get the luxurious, weak-kneed posts you’ve been getting from that namby-pamby Jason fellow. No, I’m going to hone you into a finely tuned Web comic loving machine with my spartan style of hard love.
We reviewed a Web comic, you can listen to it here.
Ok, that may not be enough, even for me.
Curse you Jason, curse you and your stupid face. Continue reading
Some of you might have heard the rumors already or maybe figured it out on your own since we weren’t being exactly secretive but we are proud to announce the new Digital Strips. The most obvious change is the front … Continue reading
I happened to run into Mr. Bryan Hart, recently, at the Internet and he deigned to grace me with his time and his words… lots of words. Bryan has been working on the webcomic and internet community, Disassemblance, for almost … Continue reading
In our celebration around the show’s 500th episode, we looked back at some of the Digital Strips interview Alumni – people who, since their appearance on the show, had gone on to either great webcomics success, or [INDEFINITE HIATUS]. Today, … Continue reading
Boy, aren’t Soap Operas just the worst? Crazy, never ending plotlines, cliched, insipid characters with terrible acting, and don’t even get me started with those weird filters they use on the cameras! You turn on the TV, and the very … Continue reading
If you’ve ever been kicking around the ‘slice of life’ genre page on Line Webtoon, then chances are you’re familiar with the wildly-popular webcomic My Giant Nerd Boyfriend by Fishball. After all, with nearly twenty MILLION subs and over 320 episodes, it’s kind … Continue reading
In today’s episode of this series, we’re going to take a look at how the meteoric rise of Dungeons and Dragons in popular culture from the 80’s to today is reflected in the comics and cartoons that sprung up around … Continue reading