DS 680: Review of Bicycle Boy

The manager for the band Spinal Tap questions the size of a Stonehenge model to be included in their next stage show
Luckily for us (and unluckily for Poet and his friends), the Stonehenge in this comic is much more formidable than the one that Spinal Tap dealt with

We wake up in the middle of a wasteland desert in an amnesia haze, inhabiting a cyborg body, and start meeting people’s fists with our face to try and figure it all out in Jackarais’ fun and harrowing Bicycle Boy on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 678: Review of Shadow Pirates

Cosplayer Lie poses in her Gadget costume from Chip 'n' Dale: Rescue Rangers

We bite down on a gumball-sized explosive device and wait for things to blow over in the anthropomorphic-filled adventure romp, Shadow Pirates. This well-produced weekday afternoon cartoon-like is sure to entertain you, so listen to us discuss kid’s shows in a slightly alarming manner and then enjoy!


DS 677: A Girl and Her Fed

The Spirit of Christmas by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the precursor to South Park

We hop in the webcomics time machine to check out A Girl and Her Fed by K.B. Spangler and Alexandra Presser. This long-running, metaphysical conspiracy romp stays the course on a bonkers story that must be read to be believed.