Submitted by fesworks on June 20, 2008 - 15:30
Tanya and Aaron are on their own for the topic this week. They discuss drawing female characters! Certainly a challenge as it is not as simple as drawing bumps on a couple of straight lines. Really… It’s not.
Submitted by fesworks on June 12, 2008 - 16:57
Submitted by fesworks on May 24, 2008 - 10:21
Episode 25 - Podcast Failure & Community Showcase!: Fes, Tanya, and Aaron face difficulties in organizing a forum approach on Skype, as we have members of The Webcomic List Forums on the show! This is an experimental episode. We hope to bring Community Showcases, more structured, in the future!
Mark Savary also talks a bit about minimalist comics while reviewing Luz. No Impression this week, but we have the Strip Fight Weekly, Ringside Update! One milestone this week: Gordian Algebra hits 100 strips. Also World’s Worst Webcomic will be hitting 400 strips. Hey, I probably missed this before but Angry D. Monkey hit 4 years a couple weeks ago.
Submitted by fesworks on May 11, 2008 - 17:48
Episode 23 - Newspaper Style Webcomics: Mark Savary joins Fes, Tanya, and Aaron to talk about Newspaper Style Webcomics; as well as touch on newspapers comics in general. We also talk again with Michael Rouse-Deane of the Guest Strip Project, which is benefiting the Make-a-Wish International Foundation.
Submitted by fesworks on May 3, 2008 - 16:07
Submitted by fesworks on April 29, 2008 - 17:09
The Jenny Everywhere Chronicles attempts to tell a story as vast as the multi-verse itself.
Submitted by fesworks on April 25, 2008 - 03:04
Episode 21 - Webcomic Brainstorm: Villains: The Usual Suspects are once again joined by Eric, Thom, and Gothia. It’s another webcomic brainstorm session! This week we punch out some details on our story villains! It’s a good discussion again this week! Mark Savary reviews True Loves 2; and Peter Tarkulich gives his impression of Anything Goes. We also clean up our promo segment of Strip Fight!
Milestones: DMFA will hit 900 strips soon, and best wishes go out to Amber and her family. Also, The KAMics recently hit 800 strips; Here There Be Dragons hits 200; Neo Earth hits 1 Year; and Stud Kickass hits 100.
Submitted by fesworks on April 17, 2008 - 22:22
We discuss Jenny Everywhere: the Open source, Public Doman webcomic sensation. The origin, the character, the comics, and the idea. Take a listen to the show and see how you can join the party! Mark Savary brings us a review of Sarah Zero; and Peter Tarkulich gives his impression of The Sealed Gate.
One Milestone this week: Poharex turns 1 year!
Submitted by fesworks on April 11, 2008 - 10:50
Fes, Tanya, and Brett Hainly discuss why we used to review webcomics and why it has worn us numb. Why? Hint: We blame people that never learn. The show runs very long today. Perhaps its because we found so much that pisses us off. Aaron of The Best of What’s Left, a long time contributer to the show has officially become another co-host for the show! On top of that, we decided to go with Mark Savory, of Autumn Lake, to be our new Webcomic Reviewer! Officially! This week he reviews a comic that follows the story of Dracula by Bram Stoker, though it’s done in a furry style! Check out Dracula!