DS 626: 2 Slices

Relive the painful, fun days of high school with the sweet and humorous 2 Slices by RJ Morel. Daisuke and Mamoru make for a delightful pair who are learning about themselves and each other while they work to help Dai get the girl he pines after. The journey this goal takes them both, as well as a cadre of friends and acquaintances, on is one you’ll want to join.

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DS 625: The Weekly Roll

Countless takes on the RPG genre have shown us that infusing a custom-made adventure with humor is almost always a hit. The world of Malcolm “ME_T” Thulin’s The Weekly Roll is full of gut-busting moments inspired by a cast of characters you will simultaneously want to grab a beer with and stay as far from as humanly possible.

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DS 624: The Glass Scientists

Marlon Brando and a friend sit on the set of The Island of Dr. Moreau

We’ve pulled you off the streets and introduced you to The Society for Arcane Scientists and Mr. Hyde and I hope your stay is full of adventure and ingenuity! Sabrina Cotungo’s The Glass Scientists has captured our many successes and fiery failures and I think you’ll agree that it’s extremely dangerous for you to remain here. Can we retreat into Hyde’s mind prison for safety? Oh, and stay out of Dr. Frankenstein’s quarters, she’s a bit of a pill, that one.

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DS 623: Fireweed Moors

The world of Gato Iberico’s Fireweed Moors appears to be full of mystery. We can’t wait to get the answer to questions like why do you have a cat head and are those magical birds forming that portal to who knows where? While you wait for those answers, and more, listen to our review to understand why we’re excited to read more!

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DS 622: 2020 Was a Delight (for Webcomics)!

Before greeting 2021 with (mostly) open arms, we look back to an amazing year in webcomics. We remember great works like Realm of Owls, Under the Lion, Extra Fabulous Comics, Ten Earth Shattering Blows, Plum, Live With Yourself, Scurry, Knucklejelly, Urban Animal, Patrik the Vampire, Alice and the Nightmare, Lunar Baboon, and many others. Celebrate with us before we permanently put that garbage fire of a year in the rear view.

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DS 621: GOOD PULL For Last Week of 2020

On literally the last day of this god-awful year, we bring you a bounty of very, very good things with our final GOOD PULL of 2020. Listen to us gush about Marc Lapierre’s Second Extinction companion comic, the ethereal Frenchness of Yatuu, Danielle Corsetto’s sweet ode to her hometown, Elephant Town, the best-in-class Johnny Wander story, Barbarous, and gut-busting weirdness on the ‘Gram courtesy of KC Green and his Funny Online Animals. Read something good and send 2020 off in style!

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DS 620: Jailbird!

After a tangent towards fighting games that Jason sincerely regrets, the guys get down to the seriously cute business of Leigh Davis’ Jailbird! The titular bird, along with many other friends they meet along the way, travels to the Temple of Daisies for reasons that still aren’t quite clear to any of the many characters we’ve thus far met. What is obvious, however, is the joy you’ll have reading about this eclectic, fun group and their individual quests to find what was once lost.

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DS 619: Speak of the Devil

Noir or not, the world of M. Lee Lunsford’s Speak of the Devil can be a dangerous one for wisps and balisks alike (and yes, that entire sentence confuses the heck out of Jason). But you’ll want to take a dive in after you hear our review about the complex character relationships and stunning artwork.

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DS 618: GOOD PULL for December 3, 2020

What do you get for the person who has everything? Great webcomics! Jason discovered the precocious adorableness of Sedna and brings news of new Gastrophobia comics, while Steve finds out that his co-host still doesn’t quite get Order of the Stick and falls in love with his first magical girls story, Sleepless Domain, all over again. It’s the most wonderful podcast of the year!

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DS 617: Suitor Armor

Poster for the movie, There's Something About Mary

Purpah’s Suitor Armor is a medieval fantasy tale that’s got it all: magic, battles, and fairies falling in love with enchanted, soulless suits of armor. Outside of Steve’s dislike of lazy secret identities, this is one fun, sweet, adventurous story we can recommend with all our hearts. Which we have, because we’re not just magically animated suits of armor.

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