Category Archives: News

Kickstarter for Sorcery 101

Are you a fan of Kel McDonald’s webcomic about sorcerers, vampires, werewolves, and more? Are you sitting there wishing you had physical copies of Sorcery 101 and Kel McDonald’s other works in your personal collection?

Then I have good news for you – you can!

This omnibus edition will feature 750 pages of content covering five years of the comic, including 460 pages with remastered artwork. This kickstarter only has a little over four days left to reach it’s goal and it’s already 95 percent funded.

Time is running out to get in on this campaign and earn the rewards. So if you’re fond of this spellbinding series, wander on over and stake your claim.


Kickstarter for Skin Deep, Vol 3 going on NOW

OK, I have two bits of news:

1. I am still alive (yay me!)


2. There’s a kickstarter for Skin Deep Volume 3 going on right now.

Softcover (left) and Hardcover (right)

There’s still just about a week left and it’s already over 70% funded. All it needs is that little bit of help to meet it’s goal. That little bit of help could be you!

So if you’re a fan of Kory Bing’s wonderful webcomic about mythical creatures living secretly among us and want a shot at some of those sweet pledge rewards, now’s your chance!

Thistil Mistil Kickstarter

Read Thistil Mistil Kistil? Missed out on its first Kickstarter?

Then have no fear, Round Two is here!

If you’ve been following Thistil Mistil Kistil, then you probably already know about the Kickstarter campaign that its creator, Sarah Schanze, has started.

If you didn’t know… well, now you do.

The kickstarter (link in the image) is for another batch of print copies of TMK Volume 1, which, if it pulls through, will include the first five (5) chapters and an additional story. As usual, there are various other rewards based on tiers.

If you enjoy Thistil Mistil Kistil (or think you might) and would like to see it in print, I encourage you to check it out. There are only a few weeks left.

Kickstarter for Valor

Do you love fairy tales? Does the idea of a courageous, intelligent heroine excite you?

Then this might be the Kickstarter for you.

Isabelle Melançon and Megan Lavey-Heaton, the creators of the fantastic webcomic Namesake, present Valor “a comic anthology that pays homage to the strength, resourcefulness, and cunning of female heroines in fairy tales… showcasing the talent of some of the top creators in the field of digital comics.”

Promising retold classics and brand new favorites – all by wonderful, highly talented comic creators – Valor has already met it’s pledge goal of $20,000, but it’s not too late to support the book (and maybe snag some sweet rewards, too).

Give their work a read-through and see if it’s something you might like to help happen.

Big News!

Hello again, reader(s)!

For nearly two years (wow, has it really been that long?) I’ve been writing my little blog, sharing my opinions of various webcomics and webcomic related things. I’ve learned quite a lot over the past twenty-two months such as how hard it can sometimes be to post on a schedule, or how sometimes it’s better to post nothing than something that isn’t ready. I’ve learned that there are far more creative people on the Internet than can even be counted and the Net is constantly being changed by their dedication and the things they create. In short, I’ve learned that the Internet can be a wonderful place.

And so, with that in mind, let me proudly announce my latest project…

I’m going to become an Internet reviewer!

That’s right – I’m going to review the Internet. All of it. I’m going to review every tired old meme, every top-trending video, and every half-hidden little journal blog. I’m going to opine about every last element of the Internet’s decades-long history, from Usenet and AOL, to Yahoo and Google, Myspace, Facebook, Youtube, Wikipedia, Amazon, and every single website that has ever graced the optic cables of the Web. Most exciting of all – this means I’ll get to review other reviewers! That Guy with the Glasses, Red Letter Media, all of them will be fair game.

Of course this might take a while, so from now on, Bedlam Reviews will update 50 times a day, every day, for the foreseeable future, until I’ve succeeded in laying down my opinion on every last aspect of the Internet, dark net, bright net, all of it.

So strap yourselves in… because you’re all coming along for the ride.