Submitted by roofpig on January 21, 2008 - 14:32
Bardsworth, written and drawn by Peter Tarkulich, has reached 300 strips.
Bardsworth is the story of Mike Cosley, a high school nothing who starts his life over at college - in another world. Here he learns magic, makes strange friends, and even finds romance. All the while he has no idea that he's the object of attention of both his wizard mentor and the wizard's rebellious son.Â The comic is updated Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Submitted by roofpig on November 7, 2007 - 13:43
Bardsworth, written and drawn by Peter Tarkulich, has reached two years of updates.
Bardsworth follows the life of Mike Cosley as he attends college in a strange new world. In addition to the normal problems of college life, like homework and girls, Mike also deals with learning magic and putting up with crazy bard majors.
Submitted by roofpig on July 25, 2007 - 11:34
Remember the early 90s show "Reboot"? Well, it's coming back in a couple of different forms, including a webcomic.
By Carolyn Giardina
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - â€œReBoot,â€ one of the earliest computer-animated episodic TV series, will be redeveloped as a trilogy of feature-length films by Rainmaker Animation.
Originally produced in 1994, the series centered on life within a computer, where good forces fought invading viruses and videogames were viewed from within.
Submitted by roofpig on April 26, 2007 - 11:46
Fantasy/humor webcomic Bardsworth hits its 200th strip today.
Submitted by roofpig on March 6, 2007 - 16:13
"Who is this clown?" you may ask. Pete's the name. Long time reader, first time blogger. Let's get this show on the road.
This is a topic that's been brewing in my head for a long time now and I need to get it out. In short, I'm tired of the constant spewing of vitriol concerning the number of bad webcomics out there.