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Read this wonderfully surreal webcomic about intergalactic orgasms and the moon landing.

This is one of the things where you go "What the fuck did I just read and why am I feeling so incredibly moved by it." It's by Mads Horwath, who has also worked as a cartoonist for the New Yorker and . — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Funny, Webcomics, Cartoons, Cartoonists, Aliens, The moon, Conspiracy Theories, Moon Landing, Surreal, Web Comics, To The Moon, Mads Horwath


A Chat with with Bob Scott, the cartoonist creator of "Bear with Me"

  by Mike Rhode Animator and webcomics artist Bob Scott has nothing to do with the DC-area. In fact, he has only been here as a teenage tourist, as he reveals later on in this interview. However, he's making the rounds to promote his new book, and sent me a very nice email, so why not expand our focus just this once in these odd times? He answered our usual questions, modified somewhat as necessary. First, here's a pocket biography, compiled from Bob's pages at Hermes Press a...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Interview, Washington Post, Molly, Washington, France, La, Germany, India, Webcomics, Egypt, Animation, Washington Dc, DMV, San Diego


Read this powerfully personal comic about top surgery from the creator of "She-ra" and "Lumberjanes"

Noelle Stevenson is the Eisner-award winning creator of such wonderful comics as Lumberjanes and Nimona, who later served as creator and executive producer for Netflix's celebrated She-ra reboot. In March 2020, Stevenson also released a memoir titled The Fire Never Goes Out: A Memoir in Pictures, which combined personal essays and graphic narratives. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Webcomics, Netflix, Transgender, Lgbtq, Trans, Webcomic, Transgender Rights, Stevenson, Eisner, LGBTQIA, Queer, Genderqueer, Noelle Stevenson


Kleefeld on Webcomics - now on YouTube!

Updating our original post to try to reach more platforms in an effort to dominate local comics news coverage! [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Interview, Youtube, Webcomics, Library Of Congress, Mike Rhode, Sean Kleefeld, Kleefeld, Digital Comics


Kleefeld on Webcomics - a ComicsDC video interview

By Mike Rhode Sean Kleefeld, independent comics scholar and author of the new book, Webcomics, was the subject of our first video interview (via Zoom). Sean's been writing about comics for 14 years at his blog, Kleefeld on Comics, and Webcomics (Bloomsbury, 2020; $33) is the first academic book on various aspects of a newish form of cartooning. I was joined today by two local experts on webcomics - Robb Tanner, who as Xavier Xerxes, was one of the main comics journalists covering the early days...
Tags: Comics, Interview, Congress, Webcomics, Chicago, Library Of Congress, Sean, Robb, Mike Rhode, Sean Kleefeld, Digital Comics, Megan Halsband, Mike Rhode Sean Kleefeld, Robb Tanner, Xavier Xerxes, Congress Sean


Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Sierra Barnes

by Mike Rhode  Sierra Barnes, aka Sierra Bravo, is a local webcomics creator. I'm going to lift her bio from her website, since we haven't met in person during these crazy times. Sierra Barnes is a historian-turned-comic-creator who currently lives in Washington, DC making webcomics and print comics based on history and folklore. She graduated in 2014 from the College of William & Mary with a double-major in History and German Studies, and graduated in August of 2019 with a MFA in Co...
Tags: Comics, Interview, Washington, Germany, Webcomics, Austria, Britain, Nato, Washington Dc, World War Ii, Brothers Grimm, Sierra, Northern California, Vault, Arlington, Houston Texas


Read this moving webcomic about peaches as they related to mental health and racism.

At The Catapult, writer/artist Shing Yin Khor has an incredibly beautiful illustrated essay about her relationship with peaches and depression — connecting both things back to their own Chinese heritage, and to the fruit's relationship with Confederate white supremacy in America. Khor takes a touching personal narrative and deftly weaves it through and around hundreds of years of colonialism and racism in a way that's beautiful, resonant, and thought-provoking. I came away from this short co...
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Webcomics, Mental Health, Depression, Chinese Culture, Racism, Visual Art, Peaches, The South, Confederate States of America, Web Comics, Shing Yin Khor, America Khor


Meet a Local Webcartoonist: A Chat with Jack Reickel

by Mike RhodeJack Reickel and I ran into each other before the COVID-19 quarantines, we think in fact about a year before at Nerds in NoMa. Jack recently reached out to tell me about his new webcomic, Unclaimed, and to answer our usual questions.What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?I'm creating an episodic long-form story. In its earliest stages it was planned as a written novel, but I found out that I can't write prose without sliding into a humorous tone, and it's a serious story. ...
Tags: Science Fiction, Comics, Washington, Webcomics, DMV, Ohio, Noah Hawley, Chinatown, Alexandria, Savage, Harry Nilsson, Fairfax, District, Columbia Heights, Petworth, Frederick County


A bleakly touching webcomic compares our apocalyptic fantasies to the real experience of coronavirus quarantine

Nate Powell is the writer and artist behind About Face, a brilliant webcomic about America's obsession with fascist fashion. His latest comic, Hide Out, is less of a macro-scale political analysis, and more of a quiet, reflective, internal piece about life in apocalyptic scenarios — but it's just as powerful, and just as much worth reading. icymi, my new comic “Hide Out” is up at The Nib— old, romantic visions of The End shattered by the disorienting quiet of mass deaths in our slow motion ca...
Tags: Post, News, Webcomics, America, Apocalypse, Webcomic, Nate Powell, Quarantine, Web Comics, About Face, Coronavirus, Life Under Lockdown, Quarantine Life, Coronavirus Lockdown, Autobiographical comics


Randall "XKCD" Munroe has a New York Times column where he answers weird science questions

Randall Munroe's "Good Question" column in the New York Times is in the vein of his How To and What If books, in which he answers weird science questions with equally weird thoroughness. In his inaugural column, Munroe answers: "If I Touched the Moon, What Would It Feel Like?" Touching lunar rocks inside a spacecraft, or in a museum, is one thing; removing a glove and exposing yourself to the vacuum of space is another. In science fiction, terrible things befall such astronauts: their ...
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Space, Science, News, Webcomics, New York Times, Xkcd, Randall Munroe, Munroe, Randall XKCD Munroe, You're Soaking In It (regolith Edition, Col Joe Kittinger


























Suburban Metal Dad #870.5: “The Deuce”

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Tags: Music, Hbo, Webcomics, Suburban Metal Dad, D.x. Ferris, Webcomic, David Simon, The Deuce, Metal Dad




Downer

Downe
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Bedtime Stories part Two

Bedtime Stories part Two
Tags: Comics, Webcomics, Birds


Argon Zark! remastered

A long time ago (on an internet far far away), I created one of the earliest webcomics, Argon Zark!, a cyberpunk humor/adventure story about a computer geek who has invented a way to be physically transported into and through the World Wide Web. For a long time I thought it was the very first online comic — simply because I couldn’t find any others for comparison or inspiration — but as search and internet history improved over time, I found there were a couple of others that preceded it by a...
Tags: Art, Comics, Webcomics, Argon Zark


Game-Changer

Game-Change
Tags: Comics, Webcomics, Dungeons And Dragons


He Who Saw The Abyss

He Who Saw The Abyss
Tags: Comics, Webcomics


…Reap the Whirlwind part Four

…Reap the Whirlwind part Fou
Tags: Comics, Webcomics