Liz Suburbia posted some bitchin’ hourly comics last week on her Twitter and we knew all of you nerds would enjoy seeing them!
Hi folks! I’m Danny the Girl, and I’ve recently joined the Silver Sprocket family as the Supreme Overlord of Social Media! (not an officially sanctioned title) I’m super excited to keep you fine friends up to date on all of the SSBC happenings, including the fantastic contributions from all of the amazing artists and bands we are proud to support. So stay tuned for [...]
It was around this time last year that we talked with Steve Larder, one of the As You Were regulars, so we figured it was about time we found out what he’s been up to since. Hint: it involves making art, playing music, and traveling. Keep reading for the specifics.
Of all the contributions to As You Were: Living Situations, Emily Timm’s stands out as one of the quirkiest, most straight-up fun ones; if you haven’t yet read it, let’s just say it involves a punk house on the moon and leave it at that. We spoke with Timm, who is busy juggling playing in bands, making art, working part time, volunteering, and so much more to find out how she stays motivated, why she’s interested in Florida, and what we can expect from her in 2016. Keep reading to find out.
Alex Barrett has been into comics — both reading them and drawing his own — since around age four, so it’s no surprise that he’s well versed in them, getting inspiration from a slew artists whose work spans the past century. But even though he’s got a lot of comic heroes and influencers, his style is unique and bold. See for yourself in this interview where he talks about comic books and video games, punk music, and beer and pinball.
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fuckyoulizprince: Hi friends! This is a long time coming, but I’m going with the flow and starting a Patreon campaign so that fans can support me making comics! You may be thinking “But Liz, you haven’t been actively creating comics for us online lately” and that is sadly true! My Patreon page explains my absence from the world of webcomics, and [...]