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Webcomic Review: Lackadaisy

Snagged from its own Wikipedia, Lackadaisy is “set in a Prohibition-era 1927 St. Louis with a population of anthropomorphic cats, the plot chronicles the fortunes of the Lackadaisy speakeasy after its founder is murdered”. As per usual I discovered my latest gem via Twitter and [...]

March 26, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Rainbows and Rainclouds

Review: Rainbows and Rainclouds

If you’re looking for a cute, self-contained webcomic then Rainbows and Rainclouds might be just for you. Created by Kiriska as part of her senior project at SCAD, Rainbows and Rainclouds is a 40 page webcomic about a young child and a [...]

March 5, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
arena mode

Kickstarter Highlight: Arena Mode

Blake Northcott, author of the Amazon bestsellers Relapse (the Vs. Reality Series) and Vs Reality has launched her Kickstarter, Arena Mode with great success. Within 1 day and 10 hours of her 30 day campaign, Blake has reached 200% funding and there’s still plenty of time [...]

February 17, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Kickstarter Highlight: Emaneska

Kickstarter has definitely become a go-to place for indie comic creators looking to get their work out there without having to go through the process of a big-name publisher. And Ben Galley is no different as he embarks on his [...]

February 11, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Review: Snapshots #1

Written by Andy Diggle, with art by Jock and letters by Clem Robins – Snapshot #1 takes place in San Francisco over the course of a single day, following the poor decision making skills of Jake Dobson after he keeps [...]

February 11, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Interview with Yale Stewart

Not too long ago, I reviewed Yale Stewart’s JL8, an adorable and fantastic webcomic featuring a few DC heroes as children. Yale Stewart was gracious enough to allow me to interview him about creating JL8, what his creation process is like and much [...]

February 8, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
The Meek

Review: The Meek

I discovered The Meek via a friend of mine when I lamented the lack of webcomics being created by women of color. That’s when she introduced me to Der-shing Helmer’s outstanding webcomic titled The Meek, which Helmer describes as: “a graphic novel [...]

February 8, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Review: reMIND

One of the first things that drew me to reMIND  by Coffee Table Comics is that the cover features a young woman and her cat – and I’ll investigate pretty much anything that’s about a cat. While Sonja opens up the story for us, [...]

February 5, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Review: JL8

While I don’t normally spend my time amongst superheroes, preferring the company of lesser known characters, Yale Stewart’s JL8 web comic is wonderful company. His web comic follows the adventures of a few of DC’s most recognizable heroes and heroines such as Batman, Hal [...]

February 1, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
ava's demon

Review: Ava’s Demon

I am almost certain that whenever I find a new webcomic I love, I tell you guys it’s the best thing in the Universe. Well, Ava’s Demon IS the best thing in the Universe. Very similar to End of Infinity, Ava’s Demon has a truly [...]

January 30, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
End of Infinity

Review: End of Infinity

I actually came across End of Infinity via Comic Rocket – a site that houses over 11,000 links to webcomics for fans to rummage through. And I’m really glad I stumbled across End of Infinity:  [quote]”Drawn in a decopunk style, End of Infinity tells the tale [...]

January 21, 2013 Features

Review: Plume #1

Plume, originally a webcomic by K. Lynn Smith, is described on the site as follows: [quote]A story set in the Old West about a girl named Vesper Grey and her supernatural companion, Corrick. On their quest to recover her father’s life work, [...]

January 17, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Nuclear Winter

Review: Nuclear Winter

Also known as Hiver Nucléaire, I stumbled upon this webcomic in my usual way: clicking around on Twitter and getting sucked into the rabbit hole of links and blogs. This incredibly new web comic, which began in October 2012, is written by Caroline [...]

January 14, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Review: Shadoweyes

I’ve known Ross Campbell for probably a little over a year now, since being introduced to his Wet Moon series in the summer of 2011. Although it’s taken me awhile, I’ve finally gotten around to reading Campbell’s Shadoweyes. Currently it’s also available in several [...]

January 14, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
TJ and Amal

Review: The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal

I discovered The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal while searching for webcomics about fantasy-adventure last week, and made a note to come back and really dive in. And I’m so glad I did. The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ [...]

January 6, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

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