Beacons of hope have it so tough; always getting chased by one tribe or race, being harassed for their blood and/or life to break this curse and that curse. Doesn’t a beacon deserve happiness, happiness with a handsome shark prince with sexy teeth? Find out in our review of Wendy Lian Martin’s Castle Swimmer.
Ever want to learn more about nature and the animals it contains, but were afraid it wouldn’t be funny enough? Bird and Moon by Rosemary Mosco has you covered, with enough animal facts to fill an Illustrated Wildlife Treasury and dry humor that would make even the stiffest Brit chuckle.
While Steve is out, Jason takes the opportunity to catch up with friend of the show and amazing creator of all things … well, all things, David Gallaher. Hear David talk about his work on The Only Living Boy, the follow-up, The Only Living Girl, his contribution to the upcoming Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, and why many people are wrong about who the best Green Lantern of all time is.
Steve and his family are enjoying Noelle Stevenson’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and they think you should, too! Meanwhile, Jason brings a comic unlike most others you’ve read before, where love is just around the corner and even the fearsome Duke of Hell is getting into the act. Listen to the guys review Love Advice from the Great Duke of Hell and then go read that wonderful, weird comic for yourself.
Also, as Steve notes in the podcast outro, you should read Terence’s posts here on the site for some great webcomics insight. Case in point, his article about this here comic is yet another take on this great oddity.
In the mood to solve a mystery? Feeling hated even though you are the very best at what you do? Does your privileged, boring life leave you wanting to don a mask and take down your fellow elites, Robin Hood meets Batman-style? Then Dan Schkade’s Eisner-nominated Lavender Jack should satisfy whatever comic appetite you have!
The gods are angry! Also, horny, hungry, lustful, bored, and horny again. We’re trying to keep track of the entire pantheon and shipping so many couples you should call us Amazon in our review of Rachel Smythe’s Lore Olympus.
After some silly chatter about flip flops, the guys take a peek into the demon-shilling, economy-busting world of botanical curiosities with C.B. McPherson’s Bybloemen. Check your feet and stop to smell these flowers!
Welcome to the world of Shattered Starlight, where magical girls might just save your life when they’re not busy brewing a mean cup of coffee or enjoying some all-night poutine with their cute, cantankerous rabbit friend. It’s a story by Nicole Chartrand where anything can happen, but usually doesn’t. Listen to our review to see why that’s not a bad thing.
David Gallaher is adding a new achievement to his list with his work on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Steve is hyped about the Midnight Radio Kickstarter supporting a new hardcover collection of comics, and Jason catches us up on his criticism of Pepper and Carrot, which has taken a turn NO one saw coming!
It’s Eisner time and Webtoon is claiming more than half the spots for their growing platform! We have quick thoughts on all the nominees (in addition to the intro that The Average Joe already gave us), including:
After that quick update, it’s time to travel to the wonderful world of witches with Pepper and Carrot by David Revoy, where we learn to love our family despite our desire to just have some danged fun with some danged magic.