Graphic created with Canva. Featuring: Lucky One, Once Upon a Time, STARS and Amelia Harris Mysteries I’ve been researching and reading other shorter webcomics for a while now and have compiled enough to share with you. From thought-provoking stories to Queer experiences, these 18 short comics are my top recommended
Press release | July 23, 2021 The MV Agusta range of motorcycles featured in an MV-branded comic strip. The first episode of the series, written by Italian screenwriter Tommaso De Stefanis, has just been released. This is a press release from MV Agusta… Varese, Italy (July 22, 2021) – For
You’ve seen his distinctive single-panel comics everywhere – they’re published in 360 newspapers and the panels are widely shared on the web. Including here on Lion’s Roar, because its often smart, sometimes puntastic, always funny creator Dan Piraro loves a good joke about Buddhism and meditation. Here is a small
Devil’s Candy (Vol 1) devil candy Volume 1 covers Chapters 1-3 of Bikkuri and Rem’s supernatural comedy webcomic. Frankenstein-esque creations and supernatural misadventures abound in this imaginative universe. I received a free ARC from Devil’s Candy (Vol.1) from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine. Kazu
I don’t normally read comic book cartoons. But this week I read a number after receiving a complaint that ‘The Phantom’, published by the Sunday Nation, is racist. The cartoon “fuels the racist narrative that Africans desperately need a white hero to save them from themselves,” says Dr Wambua Kituku.
Chris Varias | Special for Cincinnati Enquirer Goodbye Mutts, hello Ziggy: Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell is taking a sabbatical to work on a special project. Ziggy will step in and return to the Cincinnati comic book pages beginning Monday, July 5. Check it out daily on The Enquirer’s Fun page.