It’s time for a Webcomic of the Week post, which pretty much means this installment is long overdue, as they so frequently are. Surprise?
It hath been many moons since I last posted. Verily I am back, full in force and bearing strange humor!
Incidentally, it’s well past time for another Webcomic of the week! And if you’re wondering why I was talking like that, it’s merely in celebration of this week’s webcomic flavor, Hark! A Vagrant. For the record, I’m going to look up those letters James Joyce wrote to what’s-her-name. Continue reading
Adventure and intrigue on a robot planet, that’s what we’ve got this week. Interested? Continue reading
It’s time for another Webcomic of the Week post! Now, I realize that these have by no means followed a strict weekly schedule, for which I apologize. And that may or may not change. SO…I felt like I owed it to you Nerds (with a capital N)–and myself–to find a doozie this time around. And I think I did.
This one’s got me intrigued, although I’ve yet to get current and see where the story goes. From what I’ve seen of The Path, it already has a little of all my favorite ingredients; it’s a bit Arthurian, a bit Lovecraftian, and I think there’s even some of Mike Mignola’s artistic influence in the pen and ink. That’s a beautiful combination, if I do say so myself (queue Julie Andrews’ “Favorite Things” song).
It’s time for something a little more sprawling (and sci-fi!). Not since Broodhollow has a Webcomic of the Week been a “long” story, and thankfully, this one still has miles to go by the looks of things. PS and HOLY CRAP, Daniel Warren Johnson’s Space-Mullet! is a good one. Here’s a spoiler-free intro for you to get started…and you really should.
This week’s webcomic is a short one (even for a lot of webcomics). In fact, it was initially part of a 24-hour webcomic challenge–extended to 42 hours. Apparently illustrator Mark Simmons couldn’t fit all the awesome that script writer Julie Davis put into the story in just a day, so I don’t blame him.
By the way, I couldn’t find a link to Julie’s website or other materials, which I will remedy as soon as I find something. Sorry Julie!
This week’s webcomic is an oldie but a goodie. Sarah and the Seed is one of my favorites, and one I’ve read many, many times. Ryan Andrews, creator of this and several other wonderful stories, has a knack for pulling the joys, pains and pressures of real life into his comics, in both art and message. Continue reading