It’s just Jason and me for this episode, but it’s a whole new Jason. Tune in to listen to the fightyest (that’s my new word, let’s make it happen) episode of Digital Strips in a coon’s age.
Hopefully our fighting with each other will encourage you to fight too. Post you opinions in the blog, send us audio comments, tweet us. We can’t escape you, just as Zuda competitors can’t escape our steely, critical gaze.
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I’m more of a Deadly, Maintaining Bohemia fan this month, but I enjoyed listening to your reviews.
Your theme song makes me want to punch my computer in the face though.
Thanks for the review. I am the artist for The Rejects. I admit, my art was a little random. I drew it a few months ago and have been nonstop practicing since then. You can check out my deviant site for some newer stuff. I’ve only really been drawing for little over a year, so I need for experience under my belt for sure. I’m still a work in progress 🙂
Thanks for the great review, guys. I had the show going while I worked on some of the future pages and it got me PUMPED! Some of the comments were so funny I had to listen to the show twice. Bookmarked for future listening. Thanks again!
Walt: It was only the one detail (the thugs being geeks) that didn’t gel with me, otherwise this was a solid outing. It’s also good to realize whether or not you have the experience under your belt to pull off a story like this.
Keep working at it and we definitely hope to see your face around the Web more often!
Chris M.: You’ve got a solid strip, and your attention to detail is right up there with the current heavy hitters in comic books. I’ll be disappointed if you don’t get some major work out of this endeavor.
RKB: Are you referring to the first one or the one at the close of the show? The one at the beginning is short and rocks like no other. The last one should go, I agree.
We missed the voice of reason, but entertaining as ever.
Thanks for taking the time to review PF. — S.
Thanks for the review dudes! It’s the first time I’ve ever heard Americans talking about my stuff! Awesome. Thanks for the ‘Ballsy’ comment, I think I’ll put it on my business cards…I think you had a question about when the strip was drawn, whether it was chronological or whatnot, and here’s my answer:
The story was drawn in chronolgical order, from start to finish. It was originally done for a group of aboriginal kids that hated school, and weren’t keen on reading or learning, and it was my job to get them fired up and get their minds ticking over, making them want to read. What I submitted was the first 4 pages basically. Splitting them apart and presenting them in a widescreen format really makes the story kick along, but admittedly it leaves a few panels wanting…I didn’t really think I was going to get chosen, now that I have been I’m kicking myself a little, but very excited all the same! Mainly because what I’ve got to come is WAY better than those first 8 screens! I also plan to fill up every inch of the screen with super exciting juicy goodness as well…Anyway, I hope that answers your question. Thanks again for the review!