More discussion on CurrentC, with its affiliates turning off NFCs so ApplePay and Google Wallet don’t work. Also DC finally gives us a big list of movies they are planning, only to have Marvel give us an updated list. We also talk a bit about #GamerGate, and more!
This week’s word is “treasure”, sent to us by Matt! Today, Mat weighs the pros and cons of two disgusting options involving teeth and body fluid, Andrew collects coins like a nerd, Fish cuddles with Jenkins, and Dan gets physically assaulted… Or was that Jerry?
MercuryHat (aka E. Baird) joins us for an interview! She has done a few comics in the past, including “Breakdown”, for those that remember; most recently she has been making comic vignettes on “On The Shoulders of Giants.”
This week’s word is “stereotypes”, sent to us by George! Today, Fish doesn’t know if she’s allowed to joke with a co-worker, Andrew fails jumping over a couch, Dan holds his tongue about the juice, and Mat is excited about immigrants!
I should note that this comic also has a webcomic version (of which I grabbed most of the images for this review), but I will not be reviewing that. Since this was a comic book that was actually sent to me, I will review the presentation of the comic in its physical form.
When this was submitted to me, I was linked to the first page of the story. Which is fine and all… except the website is called “Żużel and the Fox”… So I start off a bit confused. The website has an overal “rustic” feel to it, with the “acidified” old paper background, and the sepia tones…
I’ve been doing these reviews for a while now, and you have probably caught on that I heavily review presentation, especially for webcomics. That’s because I believe it’s absolutely important and critical to present yourself well, or you are leaving money on the table, and potential readers are passing you by.
Picked and recommended by Paul from The Geek Life podcast. Table Titans fun clean (occasional language) comic about a group of role players and their game… Enjoyable comic that delves well into the story of the game they are playing, but also pulls back to being around the table with the players.
Here are four extra episodes of The One Word, Go! Show! These are short, bite-sized episodes, perfect for Halloween!