Where do you read your Webcomics?

Webtoon. Tapas. Comic Rocket. Comic Chameleon. Twitter. Facebook. Or for we old-timers on the Webcomics scene, the good ol’ .com. There’s so many ways and places to read webcomics these days, it gets hard to keep up.

But for the last couple of months, I’ve been noticing something new. Something cropping up in the place I least expected it…

Something that’s… Explosm-ing my mind!

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Episode 447: The Robert Khoo In My Mind

The demonic blue mustang at the Denver AirportIt’s the middle of June, so it’s time for this webcomics podcast (the first and best) to talk about E3! Jason and Steve discuss the new developments surrounding The Last Guardian, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Injustice 2, and the world according to VR. E3 or no, the second segment is dedicated to webcomics-only discussions, including the delineation between webcomics and comics on the web, the fate of Penny Arcade in a post-Khoo era, and the final installments of Battlepug. After the outro, the fellas traveled down some deep, dark YouTube holes together and mysteriously resurfaced at the Denver airport.


Pookey G ~NEEDS~ Your Help!

Seems like it wasn’t long ago that a man named Pookey G (real name supposedly Gabriel Dunston) roamed the halls of Digital Strips, bringing his wit and wisdom to our digital pages on a regular basis. After he took his leave of DS, Pookey started a webcomic (as we are all wont to do) and now he needs your help to keep it going.

Things change, we shift and alter our plans, and babies come. Life happens, and we all experience it. Now, you have a chance to help one of the most charismatic people I’ve ever “met”. If it’s in your heart on this fine Monday (or any other day, depending on when you read this post), stop by and order a sketch to help a Digital Strips brother out!