We ignore the ever-present MacGuffin, question if anyone still watches their cartoons on Saturday mornings, navigate the expansive white space, shapeshift into some mutha-frickin’ dragons, wyverns, drakes, and raptors with our review of Selena Ahmed’s Talon Hunters in this fiery episode of Digital Strips!
We take a badly-motivated road trip, execute a revenge-fueled prison break, ride-or-die without seat belts, share our full names, and get by solely on VIBES with our psychically-linked review of HostileCrocodile’s Tropicana Realms in this synthwave-charged episode of Digital Strips!
We view some prairie-dogging rubies, discuss what it means to be super-orphaned, go out in search of the truly hilarious jokes, fight inanimate objects while inebriated, and get to the anal jokes from a unique perspective with our eternally consternated review of Ghosthause’s Greetings from Grisley in this horrifically hilarious episode of Digital Strips!
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!
We’ve got the news you can use, and the comics you should view! Superfogeys will be returning soon and David McGuire wants to help creators avoid getting ripped off. Also, Enforcemen is a great start to a story and Lil’ Donnie is a comedic take on a presidency that is getting harder and harder to top in terms of punchlines. Plus, if you use Feedly to sort and view your feeds online, there are some great new tools to help you stay organized (not a sponsored ad).
We all know how Steve feels about the sultry soul of Adele, so let’s relax and listen to some tunes on the old glass harmonica like we used to back in the day. Also, Tapas made a lot of people angry and confused last week with their TOS changes, so the guys give their two cents on that topic. Finally, Steve brings BFGFS to the table and Jason marvels at its cuteness while wondering if he can take another cute journal comic.