Battle Creek NE

Webcomic Review – Battle Creek NE

I must admit, the request I received to review this webcomic was one of the most creative I have seen yet, and with my attention already well in hand, it didn’t take much for me to pour through the entire archive in one sitting. Battle Creek, NE is a bit of a paradox to me. [...]

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Mega Cynics

Webcomic Review – Mega Cynics

In the spirit of cynicism, I tried really hard not to like Mega Cynics. Not for any particular reason, but, you know, to be cynical. Turns out that didn’t work. Maybe it’s because I have two sisters, or more probably because there are elements of some of my favorite webcomics, but my writer brain kept [...]

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The Meek

Webcomic Review – The Meek

As a general principle, I’ve stayed away from reviewing some of the more popular webcomics that are out there, mostly because I’ve always liked the prospect that my reviews help others discover something they might not have come across on their own. But, The Meek was suggested to me, and after diving into the archive, [...]

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Project Jikoku

Webcomic Review – Project Jikoku

In all honesty Project Jikoku is not necessarily the type of webcomic I would read on a regular basis. However, I am a firm believer in trying new things, and am never afraid to broaden my horizons. Project Jikoku is very much the prototypical anime/manga style webcomic, with a sci-fi based story-line and a penchant [...]

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Creator Interview – Raven Perez

To herald the triumphant return of the creator interview, I spoke with Raven Perez of Ravens Dojo. Raven shares his particular insights on his webcomic, the industry, and a variety of other topics. Of particular note, Raven is running a Kickstarter campaign to help fund his first book. Check it out here and consider making [...]

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Celtic Shaman

Webcomic Review – Celtic Shaman

Strange as it may seem, for all of my love of webcomics, I’ve never had a terrible affinity for regular comics. Which makes absolutely no sense, given that I still prefer paper books over digital ones. What can I say, I’m strange. The point, here, is that I was pleasantly surprised by my enjoyment of Celtic Shaman, [...]

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http://www.deadheaven.net

Webcomic Review – Dead Heaven

Tonight’s review was suggested by the creator, something I always enjoy. Christopher wrote me a great email, and very politely asked if I would check out his work and see what I thought. His work, Dead Heaven, is more of a traditional graphic novel type webcomic, that seems deeply rooted in that style of printed [...]

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KinokoFry

Webcomic Review – KinokoFry

Despite my recent unexpected hiatus, I tried my best to stay apprised of wonderful webcomics that were practically begging for a review (ok, so not really, but that’s neither here nor there). One such webcomic is KinokoFry by Rebecca Clements. This is not your average webcomic, and as such, is on the more difficult end [...]

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I’m back…

…and this time for good, I promise!

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Mystery Babylon

Webcomic Review – Mystery Babylon

Though not a conscious decision, it came to me that there are many varieties of webcomics not well represented by my reviews thus far. As such, having received a suggestion to check out Mystery Babylon, I leaped at the chance to review something a little different. The story follows and unlikely collection of characters, centered around Kick [...]

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