Tag Archives: Humor

Halloweek – Nimona

EDITOR’S NOTE; most of Nimona has been taken down and can only be read in physical book form. However, the first three chapters are still available to read online.

It’s officially the week of Halloween! So, what shall we dress up as this year?

A knight? A supervillain? A cyborg? How about a shark?

Oh, I know! Why not all of them.. at once!?

This is Nimona.

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Beefpaper

Hello, readers! Happy Halloween Month!

It’s been a while, so I thought I’d break the ice with a joke. OK, here goes.

Knock knock.

You (presumably): “Who’s there?”

And I answer “Death!”

I was going to make the punchline “The IRS” but that might’ve been too terrifying.

Anyways, this is Beefpaper.

3rd-July-2013

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Monstrous Mayhem: Gronk, A Monster’s Story

Monsters don’t always need to be big, or scary, or even horrible in order to be monsters.  So what do you call a monster who’s small, adorable, and uncontrollably rambunctious?

A little kid.

This is Gronk, A Monster’s Story, by Katie Cook

2010-04-30

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Fledgling Friday; Knights Errant: Pavane

Extra update, yay! It’s still Friday where I’m at, so I thought I’d make up for the missed update by posting an extra one.

This week my mystic, otherworldly powers have selected

Knights Errant: Pavane, by Jennifer Doyle.

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I was interested to learn that Knights Errant: Pavane is actually a reboot of an earlier comic – simply named Knights Errant – also by Jennifer Doyle. Although, the two comics are related, I feel this incarnation is new enough to stand on its own.

The art’s great – stylish and organic, with just a touch of that manga-esque influence that a lot of professional comics use nowadays. I’ve never read any of the original Knights Errant, but the dialogue and the panels here are so well used and the characters so well set up that even just eleven pages of comic is enough to get me very interested in finding out what’s going on.

Why is Beppe, a young prison guard, helping the swarthy inmate Wilfrid to escape? An ulterior motive? An act of infatuation? Both? I don’t know, but I really want to find out.

Disclaimer: Knights Errant: Pavane has some strong language, violence, and potentially adult themes.

 

 

 

 


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.