Quackcast 297 - fandoms

ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Nov. 15, 2016

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Art by Ozoneocean

In this Quackcast we tackle the topic of fandom. Fandoms can be interesting, fun, helpful, fascinating, inspiring, or even bizarre and disturbing. Fandoms are frequently great resources for information about their subject and can really enrich your experience of whatever you're into. Fandoms are also ...


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FEATURED COMIC --> Embrace the Pun.

Genejoke at 12:00AM, Nov. 9, 2016

Embrace the Pun! by Barry Corbett.




The title says it all, Embrace the Pun is a gag comic made up entirely of terrible puns. I say that with love, because personally I love bad puns.

The format is simple and effective, a single image and a pun, no more, no ...






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Merging, Lane Changes, and Unprotected Turns

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Nov. 7, 2016



During the October season, I wanted to write a horror article about the things that really scare me, but I was sidetracked with deadlines, longer work hours, and lack of sleep. Halloween is now one week behind us and the Winter cold has drawn us closer into his tight embrace ...

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Getting to the Point

HippieVan at 12:00AM, Sept. 23, 2016



So, I tend to be long-winded. The mark of a historian, probably, or I maybe I just love to hear myself talk. But rarely does that become so evident to me as when I’m turning my comic script into actual comic pages. Suddenly what seemed like a brief remark ...

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Keeping Things Light

HippieVan at 12:00AM, Sept. 9, 2016



This newspost is inspired by ozoneocean’s recent thread and quackcast about evoking emotion. I've recently been struggling with the opposite issue in my own comic. The whole project is really just a light-hearted excuse to draw my favourite things and write odd characters, but it's also held ...

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Web VS Print

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Aug. 29, 2016


-Guest Post written by Prototype

I believe webcomics authors are often too eager to mimic our paper print cousin. We try to make our comics as close to a normal issue as possible with format and length when we in fact should embrace the stuff we can do better. We ...


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"What is Essential is Invisible to the Eye"

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Aug. 15, 2016


Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince (2015)

When I was very young, my mom had placed a series of book collections on the headboard of my bed before I learned how to read or developed any interest in books. Among the titles, nestled between C.S. Lewis' Narnia series ...


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Weirdos, Loners, and Mutants: How the Uncanny X-Men Taught Me How to Embrace the Outsider

kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, June 6, 2016


-Art by Trico

Like any other backpack-toting American kid in the nineteen-nineties, the one thing I looked forward to each week (well, after TGIF) was Saturday morning cartoons. My absolute favorite show was X-Men The Animated Series which led to frequent trips to old, dusty comic shops to buy Series ...


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THURSDAY FEATURE --> The Greening Wars, Heat is on Salsa, and News!

ozoneocean at 12:00AM, Jan. 12, 2012


the heat is on Salsa this week! Also now known as The Warnock… This guy has worked, with a few others admittedly, to keep the marvellously great community game
MAFIA alive. Salsa has been a powerhouse stalwart, working away quietly to manage and manicure this great community activity. He’s ...

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Hero by Night on TV!

skoolmunkee at 11:45AM, Nov. 16, 2008

Hero by Night on TV!



Many people on Drunk Duck are aware of DJ Coffman's Comic Book Challenge-winning project Hero by Night (you can read lots ofHero by Night stuff here on DD, there are also full books available)- well, a deal has been done and now HBN ...



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