We hunker down, enjoy some brewskis with some buds and prepare to get evicted in our review of the cartoonishly realistic UTOWN by CAB on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!
We take a look at an earnestly horny and essentially harmless comic in Carlos G.’s My Pet Succubus. Our review finds crudeness and talent in equal measure, spinning into a discussion about crafting things for others versus doing it for yourself.
Traverse the demon realm as an unfinished story-come-to-life and befriend the heir to a hellish throne in Clover’s Headless Bliss on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!
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!
We poo-poo the lack of imagination in most shapeshifters and contemplate the ins and outs of sex snakes with our review of Colin Moore’s River City in this week’s episode of Digital Strips!
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!
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.
Featuring our review of The Green Knight (no, it has nothing to do with the movie), a story by a largely unknown author (Mathi Praz? Zat u?) about a nobleman cursed to roam the land as a frog.
After talking about Bree Paulsen’s hiatus from Patrik the Vampire, the guys take some time to get lost and then find themselves in the endearingly fantastical tale of Demon Street by Aliza Layne. Though the hosts disagree on the appeal of the main characters, they both agree that this mix of horrifying creatures and well-crafted wonder is worth leaving your parents behind for.
Look not to the sea, fair listener, for it promises nothing but death and decay. Well, maybe love too, if you’re lucky. But with a story called Ice Massacre, do you really expect to find a relationship you want to root for? Creators Tiana Warner and April Pierce bring two parts violent death and one part love story to this dank tale, featuring Dances with Wolves tones and too few nipples. Set sail, adventurer!