Digital Strips 225 – Review: Guttersnipe

OK, here we go.

This episode is another one of those old-school, fighty fighty shows were we butt-heads butt heads straight on. We’ve had enough of these of late to make me think this may be the new way the show is from now on so, hooray for progress.

This week the battle lines a draws squarely around Guttersnipe, the cartoony tale of the most adorable little red haired-skamp since Little Orphan Annie. Who I hate. Let’s say since Felicia Day instead, since I like her. This rags-to-rags tale rages all over a fictionalized 1930s America the likes of which the Internet has never seen. At least I hadn’t. If it’s out there some where else please let me know.

Anyway if I’m going to get the show notes linked before I go to work, I’d better wrap this up. Listen to the show and let us know what you think.

Speaking of Show Notes:
Smooth and Natural (warning today’s strip has boobies)
Comics Talk
The Overlook
Storming the Tower
Gastro & Phobia
19th century industrialist


3 thoughts on “Digital Strips 225 – Review: Guttersnipe

  1. Hi, thanks for the honest review! I don’t want to pop in and start pestering you for advice, but, just out of morbid curiosity about the balloon issue, did the switch from hand-drawn to computer-made balloons help any with that problem? Anyway, thanks again!

  2. Hey Mike. Thanks for stopping by! Asking questions is always welcome.

    As for the bubbles, I started writing a reply with examples and everything but it quickly grew out of hand, I’ll write something up address the issue in general in the next week or so so keep your eyes peeled.

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