This is the Quackcast where I get things wrong! Haha, I DO love to imagine that I know everything but fortunately Tantz and Pit are there to correct me! For this Quackcast I was thinking about the way we assign villains when there's a religious theme or anything ...
These past few days in Greece we’ve had torrential rains that feel like the prelude to a second Flood- terrible casualties included. And that got me thinking that it rarely rains in webcomics.
Usually the weather is dry in sequential art- perhaps because it’s troublesome to draw characters ...
Sometimes I love them. They can make me howl with laughter these days - but I find it's important to be careful with them.
Where was the first place I heard and ENJOYED bad jokes? David Brent of the original “The Office” is the first guy that comes ...
Wainwright and Marcel are investigating a derelict space hulk drifting in the void, when things start to get eerie… Marcel has a terrifying vision. Is it a trick of the mind, madness, or something more sinister? A vision of things to come perhaps. This is thriller, mystery, SciFi, suspenseful space ...
Special treat at the start of this Quackcast, a Spang news announcement from the oooooold days of DD!
This week's Quackcast is on the interesting notion that talking CAN be action. It's based on a newspost of Tantz's. I'm not quite bright enough to fully ...
The KAMics reached 1,725 pages on Friday, November 10.
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Considering that a lot of comics have politics embedded in their stories or worldbuilding or actively part of their characters’ parameters, what would constitute a political comic as opposed to a comic containing politics?
In my opinion and from the general descriptions of this budding genre, a political comic is ...