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!
Ten years ago, Matthew Inman posted a little comic on the internet that got… some popularity. You might have seen it shared by your Auntie Irma on Facebook.
Since then, Inman’s webcomic The Oatmeal has gone from strength to strength. If a decade of internet presence isn’t enough, The Oatmeal also has ten books in print and set crowdfunding records in 2015 for the card game Exploding Kittens. Inman also won the Eisner for Best Digital Comic in 2014 for his unique style which blurs the line between cartoon and infographic.
And now, it looks like Inman has scored himself… a movie deal!Continue reading
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.
We’re back with another weekend shout-out!
Today we’re highlighting Funhouse of Frights Vol 2: Come Again by Tyler Mann.
Funhouse Of Frights is a gay, kinky, fun house themed erotic comic series. Inside this fictional Funhouse, the rooms magically fill up with the sexual desires of the guests who enter it. Furry clown creatures, a towering Anubis, plant monsters, rubbery perils, and tons more await ticket holders who venture in!
These comics are NSFW, so they might not be up everyone’s alley (also: clowns!), but the first volume was well received by his fans and this second volume has already funded—so you know that you’re going to get something for jumping on board!
Better be quick, though, since the Kickstarter ends on June 15th.
Catch you next week for another shoutout!
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!
Love it or hate it, the internet is ON FIRE over the Game of Thrones finale.
Not only because the episode was so divisive, but because it marks the end of an era. What do you do with all that time you’d designated for getting your GOT fix, discussing theories for the future of the show, or cackling madly about what happened to Joffrey (all these years and it’s still soooooo satisfying)? What better way to fill the aching void in your hearts than… with webcomics!
We’ve scoured the net to bring you the best epic-scale, character-driven sagas that’ll give you the next best thing to a skiing holiday in Westeros. Here are the three webcomics to read now you’re done with Game of Thrones.Continue reading
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.
Hey Digital Strippers!
It’s the weekend, so we’re back again for another Saturday Shoutout!
Before we get to this week’s featured project, just a quick reminder about Steve and Jason’s latest episode which talked about the Midnight Radio Kickstarter. Although the project has already funded by now, you can still pre-order the book through the Kickstarter link, so don’t hesitate to check it out if the podcast piqued your interest!Continue reading
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!