Webcomic Roundup

Some webcomics I’ve been checking out lately:

Theater Hopper, where boys make wisecracks about movies.

Good wishes to the Chemistry Set folks, who’ve launched a new collective featuring work by Vito Delsante, Jim Dougan, Eric Kim, Chris Arrant, Elizabeth Genco, Neil Kleid, and others.

Yes, I’m mostly mentioning the writers. They’re the ones whose work I’ve enjoyed in the past, and I’m looking forward to getting to know more about the artists. Their work on display so far is quite impressive, and the styles and subject matters are nicely different.

Last, for adults only, Adult Webcomics. Again, I’m pleased to see a diverse set of approaches and interests shown. My favorites are JL Roberson’s “This Sickness” and “Jess Fink’s Dirty Limericks”, but there’s something here to turn anyone on.

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4 Responses to “Webcomic Roundup”

  1. Dan Says:

    Thank you so much for pointing me to Theater Hopper. I think I’m in love with a new web comic.

  2. Vito Delsante Says:

    Thanks so much, Johanna. Hope you like what you read at the site.

  3. Chris Arrant Says:

    Thanks for the mention. Being how it’s early on in our postings, do you have an early favorite or some stand-outs?

  4. Johanna Says:

    The one I like best so far for its combination of subject matter and art style is Scheherazade. I don’t personally care much for pirates or Westerns; Stuck isn’t speaking to me; and there hasn’t been enough yet of your strip, 1 Way Ticket, for me to make an attachment. Thanks for asking.

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