Motivational Speech, by Aero Zero
Today’s guest comic strip is by Aero Zero, creator of several comics including Kyria, a fun and brightly colored swords and sorcery type fantasy adventure, following an interesting (and newly organized) mercenary band. Click the banner! And share comments below: what do you think of this portrayal of Tenzin?
Shadowpuppets, by Marius Hjelseth
This bright, happy and funny little piece showed up in my inbox yesterday from Marius Hjelseth, artist and writer for the webcomic October 20th. Obviously quite a talented guy. I haven’t actually starting reading Marius’ comic yet, something I mean to rectify post haste, because it sounds very intriguing. It’s a horror/mystery/thriller about a couple of people who each killed someone on October 2oth 10 years ago, and since then have been hunted and killed by a mysterious creature. Sounds kind of creepy, and awesome, and I have it from multiple good sources that it is quite good.
EDIT: I have read and am up to date on October 20th, and it is as good as I thought. Very likable and interesting characters, with an intriguing story-line and mystery. I can’t wait to see how it turns out :)
EDIT2: Bumping this to include it in guest strip week 2014. This is probably the first guest “strip” I ever received, actually :D
Rescue Mission, by Carl Schulz
So we participated in another Secret Santa webcomic exchange. By chance, we happened to give to the same person we received from! Carl Schulz, creator of the webcomic Inhumation, made us this awesome guest comic. While some backstory elements may not be accurate (you’ll find out in Chapter 4), it is hilarious. I especially love Jane’s little robotic arm :)
EDIT: Bumping this to include it in guest strip week 2014, even though we got it for Christmas 2013 :)