DS 511: Quakstak! Use Sak Attak!

Panels from the comic, Death Bulge, depicting a Pokemon-like battleNot only do we have two excellent comics for you this week, but two comics that understand the web very well and utilize it in interesting ways to make their comics reach and impact that much greater. First up is Deathbulge, a biting gag-a-day that skewers all aspects of life with a razor sharp wit. Secondly, The 3 Pilgrims will take you on a journey you’ll just be itching to be a part of.

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DS 510: Can’t Find The Bread

BreadIt’s a slim and short episode as the guys review the gag-a-whenever comic, Invisible Bread. Check it out for yourself and see if you find a chuckle or two (while looking for that darned bread).

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DS 509: Maybe The Dingo Doodles Ate Your Baby

Elaine quotes a movie on SeinfeldIf you want joy and hilariousness in your animated stories, look no further than the Dingo Doodles channel on YouTube. Also, Tim Buckley made a brief, inexplicable change to his most notorious comic. Finally, Swan Boy has been compared to Seinfeld, so naturally Jason has to investigate that claim. His findings lie within!

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DS 508: Don’t Know Where Is

He-Man and She-Ra celebrate Christmas togetherJason is back from kid-havin’ so we have a new episode! Noelle Stevenson is working on the She-Ra reboot for Netflix and considering her previous work, that has both Jason and Steve pumped. Steve also brought LOLNEIN before the court to judge. It’s a quirky comedy strip that makes the most out of everyday objects, sometimes to lewd, hilarious effect.

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DS 507: It’s Always Sweetest After The Dark Simpsons

A Rastafarian Bart Simpson knock-offWe celebrate diversity at Digital Strips, and you can’t get much more diverse than the divide between the two comics in this week’s episode. Dark Simpsons shows us what our favorite animated characters would be like in the hands of the a devious, macabre devil while Fruity Cutie Rescue is sweet as can be and just a wonderful good time from the talented creator of Precious Rascals.

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DS 506: Caw For Haw By Jawkly

Hee-HawThis episode is all about CAW4HW, or A Comic a Week For a Hundred Weeks, or Caw For Haw. No matter what you call it, you’re bound to laugh at a few of the jokes creator Jawkly has here. Steve and Jason discuss their favorite gags, as well as a possible future for the comic and hope for continued comics from Jawkly.

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DS 505: Save Room For Some Nom-Noms?

Num NomsIf you haven’t sat and debated the nature of classic Looney Tunes characters, then do we have a fascinating illustrated conversation to share with you! Also, we’re looking at the 2018 Eisner nominees for Best Webcomic (scroll to the very bottom of the list). There is some outstanding work represented, but the people who choose these comics would do well to provide some new categories so the various subjects can breathe a bit more. Still, a lot of good stuff to check out, so we can’t complain too much!

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DS 504: There’s Something About Ollie

The Boy From SpaceJohn Keogh is back on it and back on Twitter, with a whole slew of new comics for you and I to read (endure?). Also, the guys review Space Boy, a story full of sci-fi elements, the promise of the future yet to come, but most importantly, heart and soul. Don’t miss this one!

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DS 503: Bubbly And Blobby

Bubble Bobble video gameAfter a brief bit of news about He Is A Good Boy, it gets all adorable and fanciful when we review Katie Cook’s Nothing Special. The guys definitely have conflicting opinions on the look and feel of this cutesy but earnest and emotional comic, but they ultimately agree that the story is worth checking out.

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DS 502: Lynchian Acquisitions

The Craigslist Killer on LifetimeRipped from the headlines or too absurd and surreal to be believable? That’s the crux of the argument against, and for, the comic, Warm Blood. It’s ambitious in the way it trades illustrators with each changing scene, and it certainly has a mystery that is worth delving into. Will it pay off? See if you stick with it long enough to find out! Also, Steve’s unquenchable thirst for all things dank and scaly takes him to Acquisitions Incorporated. He loves the vibe and stories and thinks you will, too. Join us and Make Your Movement!

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