Posts Tagged With: webcomic wednesday

December 1, 2010

Webcomic Wednesday: Sailor Twain

And now, a feature I meant to keep up and thought nobody was interested in. Turns out, I was wrong! I read a lot of webcomics, so I thought I might as well share some of my favorites. This week’s offering is “Sailor Twain or The Mermaid in the Hudson” by Mark Siegel. It is the story of Sailor Twain, who captains/ed the “Lorelei” and yes, there is a mermaid. It’s currently updating, and is the graphic novel equivalent of a 19th century serial novel- something that is near and dear to my heart. The artwork is stunning, and I…

June 9, 2010

Webcomic Wednesday: Questionable Content

Next up in Webcomic Wednesday is Questionable Content by Jeph Jacques. With years of archives, this probably the first that might give you a lot of reading before you catch up. And yes, I always recommend starting a webcomic from the beginning. Questionable Content follows the life of Marten, his roommate Faye, and his AnthroPC Pintsize. There are quite a few more characters, but it’s essentially a “group of friends” type of webcomic with a fair amount of humor, music and geekiness thrown in. Unlike The Dreamland Chronicles, this is not an all ages comic. There’s swearing, frank discussion of…

June 3, 2010

Webcomic Wednesday: The Dreamland Chronicles

Psst! Let’s pretend that posted this yesterday. Truthfully, the three day weekend threw me off and I thought today was Wednesday. Yikes. So far I’ve mentioned Johnny Wander and Girls with Slingshots. Just in case the last one was a bit too adult, I thought I’d mention one that’s great for parents and kids- The Dreamland Chronicles. By Scott Christian Sava, Dreamland Chronicles follows the adventures of Alexander, a college student with no real goals in life who discovers so much more when he finds himself back in Dreamland- a place that children visit nightly until they grow up. He’s…

May 19, 2010

Webcomic Wednesday: Johnny Wander

I read a lot of webcomics. My RSS reader just gets filled with more and more and more as time goes on. While there are a lot of great ones out there, I thought I’d put the spotlight on a few webcomics that I really adore, and whose creators are equally fabulous people. First up is Johnny Wander, by Yuko Ota (art) and Ananth Panagariya (story).