Monday, March 27, 2006

Webcomics and such

Well, the last page of the "Sleuth" story is up at the Rook City page. We'd love to hear any comments you have about the story now that it's wrapped up. Remember, though... Rook City will continue as a weekly webcomic (updates on Tuesdays).

Here are some other excellent webcomics that I have been checking out recently. Some of these update regularly and some don't. But they're all worth a look!

Copper- An excellent monthly comic by Kazu Kibuishi, starring a boy and his dog.
Count Your Sheep- Cool daily strip that is better than so much you'll see in the paper these days.
Cow and Buffalo- Dairy humor. Gotta love it.
Set To Sea- Drew Weing's current comic about a man forced onto a pirate ship. Great, great stuff.
Pup- This older strip by Drew will expand your concept of what webcomics can be.
Evil, Inc.- Where do supervillains go for customer service? Here.
FrankandFrank- So simple. Sooo funny. You can't look at these without smiling.
Holy Cow! Christian Comics- Dean Rankine's quirky adaptations of Bible tales. Truly unique and well done!
Panda Express- A beautifully rendered story of a girl and a panda.
Welton Colbert- Ryan Estrada (who's productivity puts all of us to shame) made up this cantankerous character you can't help but love.
The Tenth Life of Pischio the Cat- An epic tale starring a cat. Great drawing.
Spacegirl- Travis Charest is one of my favorite artists and this is a really fun comic he does semi-regularly.
Guffman and Godot- I always knew cats were evil. This strip proves it.

Check 'em out! They'll make ya feel good.

2 comments:

Dean Rankine said...

What do ya mean 'quirky'!??!

Oh yeah. I guess you're right :)

Seth Wolfshorndl said...

You know it's true, Dean! You're just weird!

Seriously though, man, I really admire what you're doing with your comics. Creative and with a great message! Keep it up!