DS 696: Review of Isle of Elsi

The album cover to the album, Mr. A-Z by Jason Mraz

We give up on school and work odd jobs before deciding to take on the bully dragon to save our town and avoid the wizard and his weird closet with our review of the wordplay-loving Isle of Elsi by Alex Longstreth on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 695: Review of Devil’s Candy

Richard Gere holds Debra Winger in his arms from the most popular scene of the 1980's movie, An Officer and a Gentleman

We head to demon school and build a sweet manga lady for a class project while getting into all sorts of well-intentioned trouble with our review of Rem and Bikkuri’s Devil’s Candy on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 694: Review of Brainchild

John Candy as Barf looks perplexed or worried in Spaceballs

We briefly take the Eisner’s to task for their webcomic nominees in the 2022 awards before smacking our heads and going on a beautifully terrifying trip with Suzanne Geary’s Brainchild on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 693: Review of Kingfisher: Foxhunt

The mood slime from Ghostbusters 2 turns the bathtub into a monster, one which tries to eat Dana Barrett and her baby, Oscar

We join a 1920’s odd couple on their adventures in the occult, museum ownership, and light body horror with our review of Rowan MacColl’s Kingfisher: Foxhunt on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 691: Review of Follow the Leader

Arnold Schwarzaneggar stands with the other hired mercanaries in a promo shot for the movie, Predator

We run with the fishes, fight Tumblr, experience some grisly deaths, and NEVER EVER GO TO THE PARK in our review of Jonas Goonface’s dark, small town horror tale, Follow the Leader on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 688: Review of Moby Dick: Back From The Deep

The piranhaconda from the movie of the same name snatches a helicopter out of the sky in its mouth

We ask if ghosts can snuggle and demand that you return to your family after your father is crushed to death rather than take up a blood vendetta in our review of Matt Schorr’s Moby Dick: Back From The Deep on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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DS 687: Review of The Rock Cocks

Andy Samberg, Akon, and Jorma Taccone sing "I Just Had Sex"

Be aware, the comic reviewed in this week’s episode is NSFW.

We check out the electrifying erotica (e-rock-ica?) of Brad and Leslie Brown’s The Rock Cocks and our main question is… where is the story? It’s a whole new, sexy world where we question everything we know on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!

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