Apis Teicher reviews Craig A Taillefer’s Wahoo Morris, a webcomic about a struggling music group that deftly avoids the cliches of such a story and also injects an intriguing dose of magical realism into the mix.
Gilda "Sans Souci" Rimessi is the author of The Sinner Dragon, a popular fantasy-based webcomic that has appeared online since 2001. She successfully transcends the boundaries of gender and language to appeal to a large devoted audience. Redefining the roles of sexuality and its place within webcomics, Rimessi creates a tantalizing mix that continues to draw in the fans.
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The title page of Alpha Shade should be read like a warning marker to the unwary, letting the potential reader know what they may find within the home of Christopher and Joseph Brudlos' tag-team foray into the steampunk genre. Still fairly new – having launched only this past July – Alpha Shade is a unique mix of traditional manga cobbled together through the creative use of (Flash) technology.
Presumably when one is looking into webcomic reviews, one expects to hear about… well, webcomics. Cox & Forkum is something that might fit the definition for a webcomic, and yet strictly speaking, it isn't one.
In Arthurian legend, Avalon was the enchanted island were King Arthur was taken when mortally wounded after his last battle – a place to heal his wounds in the hands of faerie beings, and eventually return. Josh Phillips's Avalon is a fitting tribute to the name. When describing Avalon, Phillips tells the reader: "This is the story of the students of Avalon High School.
It has become more or less a given that when delving into the myriad meanings of 'independence' one is usually bombarded with images of the heroic, the sublime, or the groundbreaking. How does one become a groundbreaker though? More and more, it seems that we take it as a given that to do groundbreaking work one must appeal to angst-ridden, apocalyptic visions. However, there are some who take quite the opposite approach; in the recent influx of 'altered realities' scenarios, they are going against what has become mainstream, and taking a stand for Cute.