DS 739: Review of The 3rd Voice

A series of panels from Evan Dahm's The 3rd Voice, in which Spondule finds a cool helmet.

We celebrate the latest from a venerated comics creator, determine the characteristics of cleaning fluids, glean what we can from a foreign land, question the phallus as a trope, and check our rifles one more time with our tank-searching review of Evan Dahm’s The 3rd Voice in this regent-defying episode of Digital Strips!


DS 718: Review of Shot and Chaser

Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt feature in an image based on the film, Twister, which also shows a cow being flung by the titular villain

We run down news from Alex Norris, Jack McGee, and Evan Dahm before hopping in our station wagon and chasing both storms and our biggest fears away in the promising horizons of Shot and Chaser, in this week’s calm-before-the-storm episode of Digital Strips!


Digital Strips Episode 463: In the Style of Guillelmo de Koro

Angelina Jolie in Gone in 60 SecondsHave you seen Gone in 60 Seconds? Because from the way Steve describes it, this film sounds like a joyful romp! Other things you should check out: the comic Thief of Tales by Guillaume Bonnet, an Evan Dahm Kickstarter involving classic literature, and a new comic from Anne Szabla.


GOOD NEWS: Evan Dahm Continues To Do More Things

With Order of Tales wrapped and ready to be immortalized in print form for all eternity, fans of the master of all things epic and eccentric wondered when they might next see his work gracing the pages of their Internets. Thankfully, Dahm is taking no time off and his next tale from Overside, Vattu, has already begun. The archive is only seven pages deep thus far, so get in while its young and for heaven’s sake, if you haven’t read the previous works, get to that right now!

Not only is Dahm not stopping, he’s teaming up with Templar, AZ‘s Spike (the subject of our next Book Club, by the way) to create a Tumblr page dedicated to whatever the heck they might come up with together. I fully expect bizarre, hauntingly beautiful images from this thing daily, people, so bookmark it for your daily fix of the mythic and macabre.


Tweet Thread of the Day ~FOR~ Monday, July 5, 2010

Two great stories ended over the weekend, so it is now decided that two more must take their place! And preferably by the same creators, as both Evan Dahm and KC Green are more than welcome on my RSS feed any day.

Choadmalma Almost a year later, I give you the finale. Anime Club part 5 http://bit.ly/blEoHH 11:52 AM Jul 5th via TweetDeck

Also my buddy @evndahm ended his comic Order of Tales today. It is top-notch and I will be reading it today http://rice-boy.com/ as should u about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck


Tweet Thread of the Day ~FOR~ Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Nothing to plug that I saw on Wednesday (but of course, if you have something to talk about, leave your Twitter feed in the comments and I’ll add it to my list) but there was something nice to ponder from Evan Dahm late that night:

evndahm listening to classical music while drawing makes me feel like i am drawing the most important thing in the world 7:10 AM Jun 17th via web from Asheville, NC

If you’ve seen Dahm’s work, you know that this isn’t hyperbole.


Tweet Thread of the Day ~FOR~ Thursday, June 10, 2010

Thursday was looking like another wash as far as intriguing tweets go when this juicy little bit of info came down the wire from Evan Dahm, creator of such incomparable works as Rice Boy and Order of Tales, the latter of which is the subject of this tweet thread.

evndahm ok I thiiiiiiink I should have the last big huge update of OoT up around the 4th of July but I am still working it out 31 minutes ago via web from Asheville, NC

i am getting all emotional thumbnailing the end of this comic. that is kind of silly. about 1 hour ago via web


mdnytecartunr @evndahm Last, like, ever? I fell so far behind and now it may be too late! But your stories will always live on in my print library. 9 minutes ago via Echofon in reply to evndahm


evndahm @mdnytecartunr I’m like 40 pages ahead of the current update, nearing the end. It will always be there for you to read though! about 1 hour ago via web

If you’re like me and have fallen behind, or have yet to read any of the story at all, you now know what your plans are for the weekend.