DS 506: Caw For Haw By Jawkly

Hee-HawThis episode is all about CAW4HW, or A Comic a Week For a Hundred Weeks, or Caw For Haw. No matter what you call it, you’re bound to laugh at a few of the jokes creator Jawkly has here. Steve and Jason discuss their favorite gags, as well as a possible future for the comic and hope for continued comics from Jawkly.

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Digital Strips Episode 498: Look At The 11-Year-Old Space Boy

Marty McFly scares his father, George McFly, with his radiation suit in Back to the FutureMan, bodies get old and give up on us, and that sucks. Know what will never give up on us, though? Those sweet, wonderful webcomics! Like Lookism, a shrewd look at the life of a bullied student and what it’s like to get a measure of beautiful revenge, and Space Boy, a timeless escapism into the unknown, in more ways than one. Also, a talented 11-year-old has taken their hand at Trump comics and the promise they show has to be seen to be believed. The resistance is NOT futile!

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Digital Strips Episode 457: Mouth Dakota

A map of the United States featuring South DakotaWhile 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.

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Digital Strips Episode 451: Fish Gotta Fly, Birds Gotta Swim

Conan O'Brien doing his nerd impressionYou want webcomics? You GOT webcomics. And nothing but! Okay, there’s a stray comment about other subjects here and there, but the focus is on the news and thoughts about our founding principle: how awesome are webcomics?

To prove it, we’ve got news about the team-up between LINE Webtoons and Patreon, KC Green’s well-deserved domination of the news cycle, Wonderella’s regular schedule ending soon, and Spacetrawler’s triumphant return (the former two bits brought to us by the fine folks at Fleen). We also look at Barbarous and Rosianna Rabbit in this, the newest episode of Digital Strips: The (First, and Best) Webcomics Podcast!

The music in this episode is provided, as always, by I Fight Dragons. It’s the song “No One Likes Superman Anymore” off their album, Cool Is Just a Number.

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