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!
Getting ready with the mobile payment wares between Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and newcommer “CurrentC”. Also new FitBit, MADD “beer”, space stuff, and more!
This week’s word is “disaster”! Mat fights a vicious cold and gets pulled over with Fish because of spaghetti, Dan reads an underwhelming story about iPhone 6 and Ebola, and Andrew watches a belligerently drunk hooligan fist bump a tough cop with a hilarious ringtone.
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.
NOT SAFE FOR WORK… but freakin funny as hell… sometimes literally. You like [body part] jokes? You like non-sequiturs? This comic is for you.
This comic of the week pick is actually by the last several guests we’ve had on The Webcomic Beacon podcast. It’s been spoken of very highly lately, and if I can’t trust the guests of our own podcasts, then I don’t who I can trust any more.