The 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!
Though 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.)
Have 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.
Thanks to the frights in the comic, Behind You, Jason relives his crippling fear of the dark and what lurks in the shadows. Steve, on the other hand, enjoys the bright, gamemaker’s frivolity in The Meatly. Also, Travis Hanson has a Kickstarter that might finally pop Steve’s crowdfunding cherry.
Jason had a bad experience doing characters on a podcast. Sorry, you’ll have to settle for the webcomics that Steve found instead, like She-Dwarf and Post-It note art from instachaaz. Don’t worry, Jason will be back to his old self soon, and might even mention a comic that’s not Binwin’s Minions to boot!
While comparing mnemonic devices with Jason, Steve found out that They Can Talk while also checking in with Lake Gary for … reasons. Meanwhile, Jason is finding out things about LINE Webtoons, the webcomics destination that has caught fire this year.