Digital Strips 191 – Review: Gastrophobia

We already knew that barbarians can leap into the fray, sword raised he and while wearing nothing more than an animal skin drive an entire army of their enemies before them to the sounds of the lamentation of their women. But in today’s comic, Gastrophobia, we learn whether or not a barbarian can love.

This week we look at Gastrophobia, by David McGuire. It’s the story of a hardworking single mother Phobia and her quest to raise her short dumpy son according to her values despite a world who doesn’t share them. She also stabs monsters in the back and bosses their slave around. But this is Ancient Greece where such activities were considered moral.

This is another Jason pick, will his streak of unpolishable turds continue, or have I opened my heart enough to allow other people’s tastes a place inside? Find out on this episode of Digital Strips.

Show Notes:
Skaadi review show
Realm of Atland
Realm of Atland review show
Lovecraft is Missing
Storming the Tower
Web Comics Ponies
Dawn of Time
Gun show


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.