Digital Strips Podcast 309 – Review – Judecca

I’m going to be honest. I’m a little worried about how this day in going to go. I have a doctor’s appointment today and I’m old enough that even though I’m not going for anything butt-related, there’s a decent chance I’m going to get the finger.

I hate that stupid finger.

But anyway, that won’t stop me from posting our latest episode of Digital Strips.

This week we’re looking at Judecca, the weirdest, most surreal strip that I have ever presented on this show. If it had been Jason’s pick, it still would be in the top five. We then talk about the comic, about it’s use of color and it’s art jump. We theorize about what it all means and where it is going. Then we stop and tell Pictionary stories.

We talk about Jason’s fantasy racism, Steve’s unwritten rules of character creation, Jason’s new gamertag, where Jason likes to record this show, Steve defends his right to not love things and then forgets what medium this show is about, Jason thinks everything looks like Final Fantasy, a quick warning for Feedburner users and Jason becomes very concerned about whether he is suppose to bring the noise, the funk or a vegetable tray.

It was a lot of fun, but it won’t mean a thing if you don’t join us.

Show Notes
Not Invented Here
Super Fogeys
Twilight Monk
Chainsaw Suit
Dog eat Doug

Music for this episode was “One Hit KO” by WillRock.


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