Tag: web comics

Sinfest: Uncle Sam’s Little Problem

Tatsuya Ishida’s comic Sinfest is a Good Thing of the Internet. Today’s comic is relevant to those who like werewolves, democracy and exploiting the innocent masses like a slavering beast (or not). Note what happens to the stars on his hat when he transforms… nice touch, Tatsuya. Thanks to Jason Friesen for the link.

Wolfmen In The Closet: Fact or Fiction?

If you’re at all interested in video games, web comics, or things that are awesome, you’ll be familiar with Penny Arcade!, the ongoing adventures of two lovable, video game-obsessed misanthropes named Gabe and Tycho. Against all probability, Gabe and Tycho are fathers, and one of their recent comics addresses the tough decisions parents sometimes need to make in preparing their kids for the unknown. Specifically, the furred, fanged, closet-lurking unknown. This isn’t the first time werewolves have been referenced in Penny Arcade!, either– back in June, Tycho got caught up with some reading, and in February of 2007, there was some discussion about the myriad versions of Windows Vista out there. For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t run Vista even if there was a Wolfman Edition.

High Moon

A comic featuring werewolves in an Old West setting? A werewolf anti-hero who hung out with Abe Lincoln and sports sideburns that make Logan look like a 14-year-old? If this sounds like your kind of thing, allow me to direct you to High Moon, an ongoing web comic by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis. (more…)