Like the sturdiest and most tested of crotches, we return with another episode of the first and best webcomics podcast! Did you know that Steve is bad at Cities Skylines? Or that Jason has been treating his PS4 like a Steam account? You’ll learn that and more by listening to the first segment. The second segment will inform you about Lucha Underground (yes, again), Our Valued Customers, One-Punch Man, Jasmine Wall, and Wicked Crispy. Swing hard and often, fellas, this crotch didn’t reinforce itself overnight you know!
Here at Digital Strips, we like our fast food with a dash of mystery. What could possibly be in this? Where did it originate from? How long will I hold out before my bowels explode? Little did we know the best mystery of all was WHAT DID I JUST ORDER? Jason explores the Quesalupa phenomenon before anyone knew what it was. Once that’s digested, it’s on to the comics! The guys looks at another iteration of Behind the GIFs, VS Comic, Chinanigans, and the return of The Immortal Nadia Greene. Also, please stay tuned after the outro for one of the funniest Jason revelations ever recorded. Seriously, you won’t want to miss this!
One half of the Digital Strips crew loves Twitter beeves. One half couldn’t care less, especially when it’s between an American astrophysicist and a hip-hop artist. Which half is the better one? While you think about that and whether or not a Wonderella movie starring H. Jon Benjamin would be the best thing (hint: it would), you can also listen for some hot takes on webcomics! Jason works in some wrestling conversations around the comic tie-ins for Lucha Underground, while Steve brought Tumbledry and Plox for the two of them to enjoy and discuss. Stick around after a short outro for instructions on how to form your own children’s Power Ranger Zord. It’s … more complicated than you might think.
Do you watch television, cordcutter or no? Do you enjoy video games? If the answer to both of those questions is no, you can probably skip the first segment, where Steve and Jason talk about Darkest Dungeon, The Grinder, Telenovela, and the battle between vocal powerhouses Kristen Chenoweth and Josh Groban. Come back for the second segment though, for a chat about Emily Carroll’s newest creepfest, Star Wars: Episode 7.5, It’s The Tie, and Cassiopeia Quinn. Stick around after the outro for some real talk about snow plows and how they are ruining the American family.
It’s that time again! Time to take a look back at nearly every comic we digitally stripped in 2015 and determine which were our favorites. It’s a great discussion full of comics you might have missed in the past year, all contained in the second segment after Jason and Steve run down their thoughts on the new Cloverfield movie in the first. Who will be number one? Well you all are, in our hearts.
We promise never to talk about Kickstarter again … if you just indulge us with this first segment dedicated almost solely to a Kickstarter. But this one’s got everything! Empty promises! Impossible goals! Lying! Deceit! And dreaming! Oh, the dreaming. Once the guys come down from that high, the second segment brings some older but great comics to check out, like Trailer Park Warlock and My Blacks Don’t Match, as well as a newer homage comic for the Demon’s/Dark Souls series of games. Enjoy and may the Farce be with you.
LTTP as per usual, but Jason and Steve finally lay down their thoughts about The Force Awakens. Did it live up to the hype? Is Poe Dameron really that good? Could Chewbacca be more dead inside? Must we give Rey so much pause to reflect and grow and learn? The answers await you in the first, extra-long segment! In the second, now shorter segment, comics rule the day, with chatter about He Is a Good Boy, Thunderpaw, Space Case, ShootAround, Never Satisfied, Delilah Dirk, and some freaky Korean webcomic. Now let’s find the tiny but fatal flaw in this whole thing and blow it to smithereens!
On the docket for the first segment: Star Wars, Fuller House nostalgia boners, and Christmas memories! Or it would have been, if it wasn’t completely consumed with Steve Harvey chatter. That’s what you get for posting the show a few days late, huh? Ah well, the second segment makes up for it with talk about some comics, like The Glass Scientists, Necropolis, and Never Satisfied. Return after the brief outro to find out why Jason only goes for purposeful nudity and how Steve must have some unusual methods for getting his dishes clean. Merry New Year!
Ho ho ho, Digital Strippers! We’re here with a holiday episode! Want to know which Christmas movies you’ve missed out on for all these years? The first segment will give you at least one that you can add to your holly jolly rotation. After that jovial distraction, it’s time to get down to the business of looking at some webcomics, including Agustina Guerrero, Space Case, Miranda Harmon’s slice-of-life journal comic, and ShootAround. Stick around after our outro (played, as always, by the amazing band, I Fight Dragons, for some theories about the behavior of drunk people and children, and why they might have more in common that you think. Happy holidays and thanks for listening!
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here! And Jason has the perfect advice to those waiting on long lines to awaken the Force! Also, did you know that ghosts are all around us? While you ponder that little nugget, check out the new webcomics list that Jason found, and the subsequent comics that are worth checking out from it, like The Immortal Nadia Greene and Starhammer. Steve also has a couple things to check out with Clockwork and Dead Heat. Stay tuned after the outro to hear Steve learn a very valuable lesson, Sesame Street-style.