Digital Strips Episode 467: Dal and Qeb Go To Sand Castle

Skeletor is shockedIt’s the last show before Christmas, and we have more gifts for you! Chris Grine is celebrating Wicked Crispy getting a book deal, and Harry Potter has never been more succinct, or hilarious. Also, the guys take a deeper dive on Rising Sand, one of the most gorgeous comics to ever grace a computer screen.

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Episode 411: Spaghetti or Walker?

Boromir knows how to cook spaghettiWe start with one of the most prominent mobile game releases in recent memory and end up discussing the consistency of various types of pasta. Don’t worry, while talking about comics in the second segment, we coin the term “Skeletor’s balls” thanks to Wicked Crispy. It’s also time to take a look at ANOTHER KC Green joint, and Ryan Estrada just can’t stop doing things, either, so we have a look at his latest project. All that, plus, our memories of the late “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. Stay tuned after the outro to feel the pain of being a nerdy know-it-all at the public library.

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WHY AREN’T YOU READING CHICKENHARE YET?

This post is ostensibly about the Original Art Contest that Chris Grine is running to help drive traffic to his most excellent webcomic, Chickenhare, but really, if you aren’t already assisting in this effort, you’re missing out on one of the most unique, well-crafted stories I’ve read in years.

The deets, courtesy of Chris himself:

Post a blurb on your site along with a sample page from Chickenhare. Help spread the good word to the masses.

The site that drives the most traffic to Chickenhare.com will get a personalized 5×7 original Inked and signed artwork with the 2-3 characters from the world of Chickenhare of your choosing. Sound fair?

When does the contest start? NOW!

When does it end? SEPTEMBER 15th at 11:59 PM central time

*Please email me with a link to the post so I can keep track of the websites in the running.

We’re not saying this is what will happen to you if you don’t read Chickenhare… but wouldn’t you rather be safe than sorry?

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