I probably should have waited until tomorrow and the new She Died In Terrebonne, but I really couldn’t resist once I found it in the vast Agreeable Comics archives. I asked TJ Kirsch if he’d draw The Loneliest Astronauts for me, but the reply was something I really don’t think I should try without a medical team on standby.
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Back to work, people.
I’ve decided to cancel the strip before it got out of the gate. I wrote a bit more about it on the Agreeable Comics site.
From Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 01.
Steve and Dan review the situation.
Pittsburgh-based creator Ed Piskor has recently moved his ongoing Wizzywig series of graphic novels online, remastering the art and reworking the format pretty radically with additional panels and a new layout that recalls oversized Sunday strips. Wizzywig tells the story of hacker Kevin Phenicle and unlike most fiction built around the idea of someone dicking around with technology, it doesn’t take a side. Piskor instead explores the moral gray area of this particular hobby: occasionally, Phenicle does something very stupid and deserves what he gets and other times, the response is wildly out of proportion to his actions. Piskor’s cartooning and deliberate approach have made this one of my favorite indie comics of the last few years and I recommend you start at the beginning and add it to your RSS reader.
Note: There is the occasional bit of sweary language your mom wouldn’t like.
From his upcoming relaunch of Secret Voice.
The Great LARPNess Saga ends.
Aaron has a visitor and Danny finds something.
Sam swings by the office..
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Aaron goes for a ride.
Dan and Steve have a problem.
Thanks to Victoria and Luc for this one. They know what I like.
Jerry and Illyana have a chat.
A very special guest sent us a guest strip and it’s so good there’s no way we were going to sit on this one.