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This episode is full of non-standard and more modern ways of reading comics. We check in on Evan Dahm's first foray into Webtoons with his reposting of Vattu, DC Comics' first Webtoon in Batman: Wayne Family Adventures, and Scott Kurtz gets a double exposure as we look at his short collaboration on Superman with Karl Kerschl as well as the comic th…
 
Jason took a quick look at Marvel's stab at a Webtoons-formatted comic with a couple of their Infinity Comics, where he found mixed success with the layout but plenty of entertainment value. The guys also review Awful Hospital, a fan's choice-based comic that is truly awful in the best ways possible. Jonathan Wojcik has weaved an Alice in Wonderlan…
 
We've all been there: school is going okay, but it could be better. Your friends have your back and everything is looking up, even though your mentor is haunted by thugs who want him dead. Then, he's murdered and the whole town, school included, is razed to the ground. So you befriend a simple bugbear and set out to find the truth. Right? Creator K…
 
Though zombie fiction continues to be an over-saturated portion of the entertainment industry, Hooves of Death by Sam Bragg is the first one we can think of that introduces unicorns and other fantastical being into the mix. There are relationships, there are betrayals, and there are horsemen of the apocalypse who apparently got lost on the way home…
 
At the end of the day, and near the end of the world, all of life comes down to nerds and jocks. Creator Marko Raassina knew this and based his comic, Nerd and Jock, on the yin and yang of the universal balance between the two iconic archetypes. In this story, however, the two live in harmony and exist only to resolve and complete one another. It's…
 
Ozzie's not like other vampires: she only drains demons because she's kinda fond of humans (certain ones, at least) and she really just wants to hang with her friends rather than fight the horde of otherworldly invaders constantly plaguing New Jersey. Eric Lide takes the millennial malaise and cranks it up for some hilarious characters and mind-blo…
 
Bryan is a traveling bard who is bad at his job. Servius is a slave who is better at that job. Rhiannon is a selkie girl looking for love and approval from her townsfolk. Aideen, her sister, loves a good fight and excels at hurling. Their dad, King Star Seal, is often high and gets lost at sea on the reg. If that cast of misfits and screw-ups don't…
 
Murrz by Murrz is a journal comic like many others, full of joyful yearnings after pointless pursuits and enough Internet speak to interrupt your cat's poo-powered mind control. Hidden in the many updates of this kind, however, are more personal stories about the creator's family that will bring you that much closer to understanding and empathizing…
 
Can Miss Melee truly have it all: a loving family, the career of her dreams, and a superhero life that would make Bruce Wayne jealous? In this comic by Rob Johnson and Ariel Guadalupe, the titular character is lucky enough to have a husband that adores her and a daughter that wants to be her, but unlucky that her boss is secretly the big bad. Does …
 
Everything about this week's comic, BaDoom by Sirk!, just screams life and excitement. Even the name is exciting! Journey the wasteland with our intrepid screw-ups, enjoy a Michael Jackson pun or two, and try to figure out just what the heck those worms are infected with. This story is fun, it's action-packed, and it's not safe to breathe in, so ge…
 
It might be a return to the gloriously existential gag-a-day world of War and Peas, but Steve certainly never forgot about the robot hoping to be loved (how could he forget someone so similar to himself?). You'll find a lot to like the jokes creators Jonathan Kunz and Elizabeth Pich have in store for you here. Maybe just spread them out to avoid cr…
 
Journey to new galaxies with two buddies just trying to make rent with Tom 'N' Artie, a throwback comic to webcomics of old. Like Steve says, a massive lore dump isn't always necessary to have a good time with a story, and the titular duo proves it with a zany adventure full of even weirder creatures and plenty of explosions. Strap in and let’s go!…
 
More like Everything is NOT Fine, amirite? Enter this twisted, sanitized world, created by Mike Birchall, where nothing is as it seems but everyone wants you to believe it is. Decide whether you want to keep asking about the dogs and what's in the basement or take on your job at the box incinerator and wear your suburban best to the next dinner par…
 
For the wingless fairy godmother wannabe screw-up in all of us, there is Mari Costa's Peritale. Periwinkle does the best she can with what she has, but when her best really isn't that great, uncomfortable situations and awkward conversations ensue. Also, this comic confirms for us once and for all that cantankerous talking cats are scientifically h…
 
He's a plague doctor with a heart and he's a murderous robot sent from the future to save us from a deadly pandemic. Together, they are Doc and the Deathbot, and Steve Ogden is here to give this buddy adventure a sense of humor just a bit too edgy for the Sunday morning funnies (is that still a thing?). Hear our review in addition to news about Kil…
 
If you love stories about Greek gods but want them taken just a bit less seriously, Jordan Holt's Theseus is the perfect way to spend an afternoon. Jason likens it to the Greek pantheon through the filter of Napoleon Dynamite and Steve concurs. Don't miss the blog posts either, which are full of their own wit and wisdom, and aren't required reading…
 
Journey back with us to a simpler, more horizontally-scrolling, hornier time as we review the 2020 remake of Demian.5's 2001 classic, When I Am King. What do the flowers mean? Is that a camel or a dragon? Why is everyone having sex with everything? We had a great time trying to answer those questions and more in this episode!…
 
Welcome to Bill Walko's The Hero Business, where you're sure to hear numerous references to comic book ages of yore, misogynistic calls and phrases, and more attempts at gags than character development per four panel page. Together, the guys try to decide if the early 2000-teens was much longer ago than it feels like. Get to know this large cast of…
 
We've got a bit of news about KC Green that should continue his plans for Internet comic supremacy accordingly, this time claiming the Comics Kingdom as his own with a new home for Funny Online Animals! Once we've paid our proper respects, it's time to hide our superpowers, lest they get us killed, in Velinxi's harsh reality fantasy story, Countdow…
 
Journey with us into the mountains along with an underprepared leader, her helpful, kind daughter, and some wily, innocent young girls. Melanie Gillman's As The Crow Flies examines nature as a means of discovery and exploration, using the setting as a character in this coming-of-age story that's both sweet and tense. Hear our thoughts on this tale …
 
Fairy and folk tales get an upgrade in Twistwood Tales, a comic consisting of mostly hilarious but always charming gag-a-day strips that add world building and occasionally give way to longer stories that weave all the adorable and memorable characters in and out of the titular region they call home.…
 
Travel back in time with us in the name of love! Also, be reincarnated with us, also in the name of love. In Honey and Venom by Kurzz, a goddess and her priestess can never be separated, not by time or space, especially when true love is possibly on the line. This bubbly, fun story is sure to capture your heart and wow your fashion sense, leaving y…
 
It's not the Pound Puppies gritty reboot that Jason was hoping for, but Pound by Tony Karnowski Orlando Caicedo is all about fighting, metahumans, and MORE FIGHTING. In a world where fights could be around every corner, Leo Guerrero must be ready to go all day every day while trying to help his brother survive another day from his deteriorating dis…
 
The world of Richard Macrae's Silverback is full of superheroes and supervillains, and is lacking in evidence as to which is which. It's a throwback to the Silver Age while also being full of tropes, cliches, and loads of fun. While we wish the site it lives on were more modern, you shouldn't miss this wild, evil ride!…
 
Alex Norris' Webcomic Name will have you saying oh no over and over, but in a good way! It's a comic that dwells on the negative and depressing elements of life, but with such joy and whimsy that you won't get lost in just how meaningless life really is. It also abstracts forms to both fascinating and terrifying effect and must be read to be believ…
 
It can be hard to stick to the point and really cut to the heart of a matter, but Matthew Wills does just that with SWORDS, his love letter to all things sharp and pointy. While Jason gets a bit less of a kick out of the running gag than Steve does, both guys appreciate the dedication to the gag and the ability to get so much humor out of such a na…
 
Brin and Sven are lazy bounty hunters who need to pay rent, so they go looking for trouble and find more than they bargained for! Along the way, the leads of Eric Lide's Station Square meet Nem, Grinder, Edwin, Davan, Shade, Gazzo, Mad AND Vlad the Swine, Sunhild, Ardent, and other characters that sound like Muppets. It's a shonen comic that gets b…
 
In Vainglorious, Hammer (yes, his name is Hammer) wants to run away from his problems and responsibilities, but then Rei, a former dragon cursed with a human form, falls into his lap (almost literally) and the two become instant friends. Well no, not really, and that's where the greatness of this comic comes from. Creator Kelly Bull (Sketches) take…
 
It's time for a new quest, and Basri and Hector, the titular Elf and Warrior from the comic by AC Stuart and Victor Rosas II, are looking for new members to join them in search of adventure and fame. Are you a mimic with an insatiable need to be full? How about a sentient tree stump with a dark side? Anyone call for a pug/goblin race with relations…
 
In the world of Jason Clarke's Black and Blue, nobody is having a good time, and yet somehow, in a Tarantino-esque fashion, he is able to create a comic that is very enjoyable to read. After a bit of news about one of Chris Grine's properties being set for a big-screen turn, we delve into the seedy underworld that surrounds both humans and robots a…
 
From Peanuts to Calvin and Hobbes and with a dash of Foxtrot thrown in, kids in comics have a great new entry in the entertaining space with Tauhid Bondia's Crabgrass. Kevin and Miles have a strong blood brother's bond that can't be broken, which is helpful since teachers, parents, bullies, and siblings are all trying to tear them down. It's all ag…
 
Float out and float on, bro, become one with the ocean, but keep your body above water, lest you be bitten by a seaghost and find yourself forever alone and damned. See, chill? Claire K. Niebergall's Phantomarine is equal parts sweet and fun mixed with dread and impending doom. It's a combination that works surprisingly well, buoyed by a great cast…
 
Grab your leathers, give them an outrageously fun and devastating name, and meet us in the ring to go a round or two with Jack McGee's Star Impact. We love this diverse, colorful cast of characters, whose inspiration springs from boxing tales like Punch-Out! and will dazzle you with fast and frantic artwork that makes you feel like you're right in …
 
Relive the painful, fun days of high school with the sweet and humorous 2 Slices by RJ Morel. Daisuke and Mamoru make for a delightful pair who are learning about themselves and each other while they work to help Dai get the girl he pines after. The journey this goal takes them both, as well as a cadre of friends and acquaintances, on is one you'll…
 
Countless takes on the RPG genre have shown us that infusing a custom-made adventure with humor is almost always a hit. The world of Malcolm "ME_T" Thulin's The Weekly Roll is full of gut-busting moments inspired by a cast of characters you will simultaneously want to grab a beer with and stay as far from as humanly possible.…
 
We've pulled you off the streets and introduced you to The Society for Arcane Scientists and Mr. Hyde and I hope your stay is full of adventure and ingenuity! Sabrina Cotungo's The Glass Scientists has captured our many successes and fiery failures and I think you'll agree that it's extremely dangerous for you to remain here. Can we retreat into Hy…
 
The world of Gato Iberico's Fireweed Moors appears to be full of mystery. We can't wait to get the answer to questions like why do you have a cat head and are those magical birds forming that portal to who knows where? While you wait for those answers, and more, listen to our review to understand why we're excited to read more!…
 
Before greeting 2021 with (mostly) open arms, we look back to an amazing year in webcomics. We remember great works like Realm of Owls, Under the Lion, Extra Fabulous Comics, Ten Earth Shattering Blows, Plum, Live With Yourself, Scurry, Knucklejelly, Urban Animal, Patrik the Vampire, Alice and the Nightmare, Lunar Baboon, and many others. Celebrate…
 
On literally the last day of this god-awful year, we bring you a bounty of very, very good things with our final GOOD PULL of 2020. Listen to us gush about Marc Lapierre's Second Extinction companion comic, the ethereal Frenchness of Yatuu, Danielle Corsetto's sweet ode to her hometown, Elephant Town, the best-in-class Johnny Wander story, Barbarou…
 
After a tangent towards fighting games that Jason sincerely regrets, the guys get down to the seriously cute business of Leigh Davis’ Jailbird! The titular bird, along with many other friends they meet along the way, travels to the Temple of Daisies for reasons that still aren’t quite clear to any of the many characters we’ve thus far met. What is …
 
Noir or not, the world of M. Lee Lunsford's Speak of the Devil can be a dangerous one for wisps and balisks alike (and yes, that entire sentence confuses the heck out of Jason). But you'll want to take a dive in after you hear our review about the complex character relationships and stunning artwork.…
 
What do you get for the person who has everything? Great webcomics! Jason discovered the precocious adorableness of Sedna and brings news of new Gastrophobia comics, while Steve finds out that his co-host still doesn't quite get Order of the Stick and falls in love with his first magical girls story, Sleepless Domain, all over again. It's the most …
 
Purpah's Suitor Armor is a medieval fantasy tale that's got it all: magic, battles, and fairies falling in love with enchanted, soulless suits of armor. Outside of Steve's dislike of lazy secret identities, this is one fun, sweet, adventurous story we can recommend with all our hearts. Which we have, because we're not just magically animated suits …
 
Chris Grine is the creator behind the quirky adventures Chickenhare and Time Shifters. His latest work, a graphic novel of the young adult adventure series, Animorphs, has brought him a new perspective on working with a known property, dealing with the fandom of that universe, and coming to grips with possibly working on too many things at once. Ch…
 
Welcome to Wonderland, where humans like us aren't welcome and might even turn into evil creatures ... er, more so than here on Earth. Michelle Krivanek has taken many elements of Alice's classic tale and added more modern elements, with just a hint of a certain boy wizard thrown in. The result is a lore-heavy story called Alice and the Nightmare t…
 
If there's one thing you think of when you hear a podcast by two cis white men, it's magical girls. But dang it, those are some captivating, fun stories to read and Mildred Louis' Agents of the Realm is a great take on the genre, featuring minority characters and fashion that brings a tear to Jason's eye. You'll fall in love with these girls and ro…
 
They have a massively successful webcomic on the Webtoons platform, two amazing careers in comics already, and a new Kickstarter to bring their Webtoon, Urban Animal, to life in print. Jason talked with both of the creators behind Urban Animal, Justin Jordan and John Amor, about everything from working with the Webtoons platform to their forays int…
 
It's not easy to walk the tightrope between awesome mech action and dramatic familial interactions, but Mike Stamm's The Automan's Daughter does just that. It's equal parts technically-depicted marvels and heartwarming, gut-wrenching actions that threaten to tear a loving family apart. Hear our thoughts on this special comic and learn why the mom i…
 
It's time for another sampling of webcomics goodness with our GOOD PULL for October! We're revisiting dystopia with Ten Earth Shattering Blows, getting a taste of pumpkin spice from bridgedflickered, looking forward to more of Katie Cook's licensed goodies, taking a quick look at Scape, and enjoy a bounty of Abby Howard's good works, including a re…
 
Some ghosts wake up and wonder where they are. Some ghosts wake up and wonder why they suddenly have extra body parts. It's a weird world in Eliana Falcon's Cosmic Fish, but it's also very beautiful and full of compelling mysteries. The answers are not quickly revealed, but we think you'll find this comic worth spending some time with.…
 
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