From the same creator who brought you the previously featured and ever so popular Playmobil photocomic, Character Development, comes an endearing new story about real life as it happens. All Unicorns to Battle Stations is a personal autobiographical comic from the first person point-of-view of one of our favourite New Zealanders on Drunk Duck, David “Gunwallace” Tulloch. Gunwallace pulls back the curtain and gives us a peek into marriage, raising children, and the art of conversation.
There are many instances in the comic that showcase the hysterical antics of kids saying exactly what is on their mind, accompanied by figurative ideas drawn as literal interpretations. Additionally, there are post-dinner talks, random one-panel comics in between breaks, and Madison Todd: An Agent of God, used to poke fun at aspects of religion. Some of the conversations are so realistic that there is an honest, human like quality of this body of work that it feels as if we are eavesdropping on an intimate conversation between two adults.
All the art in this comic uses digital ink and it fluctuates between colour and grey scale. The art style channels the 1950s Pop Art Movement with its clean lines while retaining realistic features for individual characters.
Gunwallace is a writer by trade and a family man by heart and it shows in this comic. In addition to making webcomics, Gunwallace has been a huge contributor around Drunk Duck. The music theme songs for various comics on Drunk Duck can be heard on the weekly Quackcast. He has also submitted a plethora of original art to the art database.
Read All Unicorns to Battle Stations by Gunwallace, rated Mature!
kawaiidaigakusei at 12:00AM, Sept. 3, 2014
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