Alex De Campi was fooling around on twitter saying that all she wanted was a comic about Frank Castle and Bucky sitting on the sofa talking about bad action movies. While they cleaned their guns. Jim Acosta volunteered to draw it. And thus was born Hell’s Kitchen Movie Club. Sadly there has been only one episode […]
Get in on the ground floor of a new comic that everyone will be talking about Farel Dalrymple is the artist on the amazing book The Wrenchies, as well as Popgun War and the criminally OOP Omega the Unknown adaptation. He’s established hismefl as a worldbuilder with a unusualy resonant art style and a knock […]
This comic comes directly from the Beat’s comment section, where a reader wondered why folks like things such as yesterday’s pick, Owlturd Comics. Reader Nico plugged “webcomic name” as a parody of three panel a day webcomic humor. Webcomics name is pretty simple. A panel, a complication and the final “oh no” no matter what […]
You may have seen this floating around yesterday. It’s the work of Owlturd Comics. This internet humorist is up to date with his targets and posts images so big that even your Uncle Fred who lost his reading classes will have no problem reading them. The creator, Shen, does a similar comic for Webtoon called Blue […]
At its most basic Jam In The Band is a pretty insightful and — just from my small knowledge on the subject — a realistic portrayal of the life of an indie band working its way through the levels to try and make something of itself, and just for that alone, it’s a winning comic. […]
One of the things I recall fondly from my childhood was playing video games with my parents. It has permeated our lives together for as long as I can remember. They had been playing video games long before they had me and they used me as an excuse to keep playing. There’s this photo of […]
An aspiring comics creator who longs for the Image Comics of his youth gets a shot at success and fame via a magic potion in van Sciver’s latest online comic.
K.L. Ricks has this uncanny ability to portray movement incredibly well. In Arm’s Length, we see our protagonist Mari biking and fencing. In each case, Ricks is able to convey motion both in her characters and subtly in the environment. Notice the way Mari’s fencing sword shakes during her fight with the hooded black figure while crouching […]
There are some artists that reinvent themselves and experiment with various method of work. Whether it’s to try to find a style. Shee Phon is one of those artists. I’ve reviewed two of her comics (Idealism and Idealism II) as part of my ThreeCAF series earlier in May. But these two comics barely scratch the surface of […]
Continuing our look at some queer themed comics for Pride Month, Eighty Days is a beautifully drawn historical romance adventure with queer themes. It has a stunning ink line and a feel that harkens back to classic comic strip adventures.