Some more poetry. Poem Nr. 10: Sunslit
Your shadow growing to blacken the sky
Unfilling the vaccum we rotate inside
Your shadow glowing to blacken the sky
Sealed by the heavenly ocean we´ve seen to forget
Your shadow flowing to blacken the sky
In your reflecton I´ll always ...
New, Small 3-Pager
BUDLO, known for the Featured Comic “Up the Pyramid” has released a New, Small three-pager called “Snowplow”
Synopsis: A three page comic
Subject: I’ve Hit 200 Pages
“Hi May I please have the little milestone announcement for 200 ...
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Merry Xmas from everyone here at DD, but most especially Tantz, Banes and me, Ozoneocean! Pitzy is away for a while ...
~Today we have a guest article from Andreas_Helixfinger! Enjoy the read!~
It’s you’re one vocal swedish guy on the the Duck Webcomics Andreas Helixfinger. I decided to tune in and do one of these sunday articles after discovering this smaller Youtube channel called TheBurgerkrieg, where the ...
Snow changes everything. The entire environment is completely different, and the minute-to-minute operations of life become more complicated and troublesome.
In comics, snow can be a lot of fun. Flakes can fill up the pages and add to the grit and danger in comics like Sin City…
One of my ...
I kid, I just like the gif. But I do prefer prequels.
When are sequels and prequels great to do? What makes a great sequel or prequel?
I believe a lot of us think about expanding our stories, whether it’s in the form of a sequel or a prequel ...
So, ladies and gents, friends and furries, yes, 13 Ghosts is the movie that haunted me as a child and to a point, still haunts me. I’ll never look at bathtubs the same.
BUT BEFORE I GET INTO THE MOVIE REVIEW, if you are reading this, and I kind ...
When I was growing up in the 80s, stories that were marketed as ‘children’s' were occasionally brutal.
Characters got maimed or killed, tortured or traumatized, met with horrid ends in worlds that were anything but rosy. And this was a pattern that wasn't limited to, say, English literature ...