Digital Strips Episode 472: A Random Wolf At World’s End

A random wolf from DeviantArtHave you kept up with Superfogeys? Then you know that another hiatus is upon us, but worry not, because it should be a shorter one this time! Also, a wolf works customer service (Customer Service Wolf), a girl finds herself burdened (blessed?) with a demon for a shadow (Ushala at World’s End), and a lot of random dark humor (At Random).

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Digital Strips Episode 471: Do They Eat Shorts?

Hello, my name is Pen NameComics that tell the story of someone living a life outside the norms of our own are crucial to enhancing our world view, and Dear Korea is a more whimsical but still enjoyable take on this genre. On the other end of the spectrum, Chris Grine is experiencing success in both the kid and adult fiction arenas and so, needs a pen name to differentiate the two. Also, it’s 2017 and we’re leading off with a gaming comic in the form of Respawn. As bad as things are outside our entertainment bubble, we need comfort food every now and then. Sue us.

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Digital Strips Episode 470: Living In Post-Awards America

The Miz Participation AwardIt’s 2017 and awards shows feel outdated when even the highest office in the land is won illegitimately. So the guys are just hosting a round-up of all the great stuff they looked at in 2016. Some favorites are named, some hang-ups are shared, and you should write down every comic they mention as one to check out if you haven’t already. The 2016 Year In Review show is here!

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Digital Strips Episode 469: Collecting Hats and Magma Boobs

Tom JonesSteve forgot what the show format was supposed to be, so the year-end wrap-up show will be next week. For now, enjoy the guys’ thoughts about the Team Fortress 2 comic and Heck If I Know.

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Digital Strips Episode 468: Tubers, Apiformes, and Minimalistic Ribaldry

Tubing at the lakeWe’re starting off our 2017 with a bunch of malarky and cheeky fun. How about we give you a bit of each with 1,111 Animals, Highgreen Dawn, and War and Peas? Also, listen as Jason learns something about potatoes. Should be a great year!

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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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Digital Strips Episode 466: Lumping Things Into Boxes

Dan and Casey from Sports NightOn the second day of Christmas, Steve and Jason gave to me, so much webcomics stuff you’d think it was already the 12th day! Stuff like a new webcomic team-up from Legendary and Jessica Chobot, a fun video about how maybe NOT to do webcomics, a hiatus for Kris Straub’s Broodhollow, the gorgeous art of Rising Sand, and how Angela Melick has wrapped up Wasted Talent.

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Digital Strips Episode 465: She Does Not Cheat With Her Hands

A panel from Suihira, a comic by Riana DorseyThe guys return to days gone by and dedicate the entire episode to a review of a single webcomic! They turn their critical eyes towards Riana Dorsey’s Suihira, a tale about family, beliefs, and dedication in the face of adversity. Also, a killer whale that is the deity embodiment of water. Enjoy!

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Digital Strips Episode 464: Over-Dramatization For Comedic Purposes

Still from the film, The RoadThough the guys have seen a lot of the slice-of-life, art student journal comics lately, Electric Bunny Comics is yet another fun one. Ascension, however, is not fun, but could be something special someday. Steve also brings Grassblades to the conversation, tropes and all. Finally, Jason has an idea that will return us to old-school Digital Strips next week. Listen in for the details and find out how you can join the experience! (Also, read Suihira.)

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Digital Strips Episode 463: In the Style of Guillelmo de Koro

Angelina Jolie in Gone in 60 SecondsHave you seen Gone in 60 Seconds? Because from the way Steve describes it, this film sounds like a joyful romp! Other things you should check out: the comic Thief of Tales by Guillaume Bonnet, an Evan Dahm Kickstarter involving classic literature, and a new comic from Anne Szabla.

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