We reject the family name, accept the family money, avoid talking about the card game, and live solely to bone a bot with our review of Hazel and Bell’s Electric Bones in this increasingly horny episode of Digital Strips!
We welcome a robot into the family, get things wrong about the future, revel in our obsolescence, and question our humanity through Dominic Cellini’s Emmy the Robot in this week’s regularly-malfunctioning episode of Digital Strips!
We check out news from Kendra Phillips and Nathan Stevenson before fearing the holes we might really be into, Marie Kondoing the heck out of our lives, showing stoicism in the face of abject weirdness, and drawing the most beautiful junk you’ve ever seen with Immaterial by Sarah Ellerton in this week’s ferret-led episode of Digital Strips!
We smugly eat all of our enemies, take time to do our own research, focus on the history and stick to the basics on the artwork, and wonder when the coffee table book version will hit with our gruesomely informative review of Pudge’s Lessons in Mythology in this week’s episode of Digital Strips!
We don’t ask to eat your bones, assume all the jokes are dirty ones, start reruns without telling anyone, and decide if Mambo No. 5 ever really deserved a follow-up with our appropriately rude review of Toothy’s Toothy BJ in this week’s episode of the first, and best, webcomics podcast on the planet, Digital Strips!
We hit cryptids with our car, ask Ron Funches to voice a character or two, wish our friendship was like Agents Hawk and Owl, and groan at some of the more sitcom-y jokes with our uncomfortably tasty review of LizardxLizard’s Finding Fiends in this week’s episode of Digital Strips!
We hang out with a certain type of ghost, berate our new trainee into nearly quitting, and admit it’s really just all about Jon in our brooding, law-breaking review of Maaria Laurinen’s Phantomland in this episode of Digital Strips!
We get our Souls groove on, wonder where all the adults went, dismiss other people’s art because ours is more important in our gigantically-prophetic review of Diego Zuniga’s Arcagen in this episode of Digital Strips!
We outsmart a genie, remake the world, live our lives like a video game, and sleep on a bed made of pillows with our fancifully-crafted review of Harry Bogosian’s A Better Place in this episode of Digital Strips!