Digitalstrips's Podcast
Bring the 5% of webcomics worth reading to the rest of the world. The Digital Strips blog provides coverage of the webcomic community with news and commentary from our crack team of reporters. It consists of reviews of webcomics, with the occasional interview, round-table discussions, and general advice on how to create and run a webcomic.

Jason has news about the successful end of the Superfogeys Kickstarter as well as Tauhid Bondia's A Problem Like Jamal getting serious about systemic racism and gun violence. After the news, the guys dive back into Mad Rupert's Sakana for the second part of their review of this great comic. You might feel like nothing has happened for pages (chapters?) at a time, but in the end, it's a journey well worth going on. Make some new friends and enjoy this comic today!

Direct download: DS522Complete.mp3
Category: -- posted at: 3:43pm EST

After giving their thoughts on the PvP collection currently on Kickstarter, the guys take another look at Madeline Rupert Jaspering's Sakana, a comic DS first took a look at back in 2012. What's changed? What's the same? Is it still as fun and character-rich as it was back then? Listen in to this first part of that return to Sakana to find out!

Direct download: DS521Complete.mp3
Category: -- posted at: 3:03pm EST

Jason talks with Superfogeys creator Brock Heasley about his first novel, Paper Bag Mask, the real-world inspirations for that story, the Kickstarter currently wrapping up for the first volume of Superfogeys, and the long, winding road to where that comic is now.

Direct download: DSSpecialBrockHeasleyComplete.mp3
Category:Digital Strips -- posted at: 9:51am EST

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