DS 701: Review THROWBACK feat. Bicycle Boy

Kanye West displays a perfect example of the resting bitch face

We chill out a bit and beat the summer heat with a breezy look back at one of our favorite comics from the recent past, Bicycle Boy by Jackarais. See why alliances are still always changing, a new bicycle boy seems to have taken the titular role, and why we think this comic is about partying and flipping off the encroaching darkness (sound familiar?) episode of Digital Strips!


DS 700: The State of Our Webcomics is Strong

Homer Simpson is fed all the donuts he can possibly eat in hell during a Treehouse of Horror episode of The Simpsons

We take a break from reviewing webcomics to instead take a turn on viewing webcomics as a whole, including differences between its inception to now, losing the adventure of exploring the World Wide Web, and why services like Webtoons and Tapas miss out on key components of the magic of webcomics on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 698: Review of What Happens Next

Cover of the book, True Crime: Activity Book for Adults

We go all-in on a true crime played out in real time, acknowledge the copious amount of content warnings, and ask if this is really the hellish life that teens these days live with our review of Max Graves’ What Happens Next on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 697: Review of ChickenPupPie

An image featuring the main family of characters in the Little Critter book series

We give our Instagram feeds a much needed cleanse and decide which of us would be a skunk and which would be a gazelle in the animalistically cute journal-ish comic, ChickenPupPie by a creator of the same name on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 696: Review of Isle of Elsi

The album cover to the album, Mr. A-Z by Jason Mraz

We give up on school and work odd jobs before deciding to take on the bully dragon to save our town and avoid the wizard and his weird closet with our review of the wordplay-loving Isle of Elsi by Alex Longstreth on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 695: Review of Devil’s Candy

Richard Gere holds Debra Winger in his arms from the most popular scene of the 1980's movie, An Officer and a Gentleman

We head to demon school and build a sweet manga lady for a class project while getting into all sorts of well-intentioned trouble with our review of Rem and Bikkuri’s Devil’s Candy on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 694: Review of Brainchild

John Candy as Barf looks perplexed or worried in Spaceballs

We briefly take the Eisner’s to task for their webcomic nominees in the 2022 awards before smacking our heads and going on a beautifully terrifying trip with Suzanne Geary’s Brainchild on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!


DS 693: Review of Kingfisher: Foxhunt

The mood slime from Ghostbusters 2 turns the bathtub into a monster, one which tries to eat Dana Barrett and her baby, Oscar

We join a 1920’s odd couple on their adventures in the occult, museum ownership, and light body horror with our review of Rowan MacColl’s Kingfisher: Foxhunt on this week’s episode of Digital Strips!