God Mode is a relative newcomer to the field of gaming webcomics and one would think that a person would have to be crazy to start yet another one, but there is something inherently different about God Mode. I was lucky enough to catch up with the man behind the madness, Ryan Kerns, just days before he left for Japan (lucky sod!) to get his reflections on why God Mode, why now and what his nefarious ends are in this gambit for your reading time.
George Curtis: Ryan is there anything you would like Comixpedia's readers to know about you before we get into the interview?
With March being the "music issue" one of the first people we thought about was Jeph Jacques, the creator of Questionable Content. We first interviewed Jeph for Comixpedia way back in August 2004 for our "new blood" issue. Needless to say, it was cool to quiz Jeph about his work and its progression since his last interview with us.
One of the first creators to appear on the free hosting service Keenspace and more recently published on the webcomics granddaddy Keenspot, Brandon "Scrubbo" Sonderegger recaps a life in webcomics with contributor George Curtis.
It's short attention span review theater this week with two short reviews - Justin tackles Man Man by Matt Shepherd and James Duncan and George tackles Sarah Zero by Ace Plughead.
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
Man-Man, created by James Duncan and Matthew Shepard is a…different kind of superhero webcomic. It is a parody of the typical superhero genre, and of itself as well. Man-Man does not take itself seriously, which is one of its greatest strengths.