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Nov 2014

Why I Read: The Lost Island of the Na-Rune-Tok

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Hi, everybody .  Delta-v is back with another webcomic that I’ve been following for a while.  It’s the story of a castaway, but with a twist, which, as you know, is something I look for.  Co-creators Gina Trujillo and Sonya Gonzales gave me permission, so let’s explore The Lost Island of the Na-Rune-Tok.

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Nov 2014

Why I Read: What It Takes

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Dan here, back with another “Why I Read” review.  I know, I know, you miss Delta-v.  Well he’s working on one already for next week so quit your whining :P

Today, I’ll be telling you all why I like the post-apocalyptic webcomic What It Takes, by Karen “Kez” Howard (who I’ve previously interviewed).  I’m sure you have a couple good ideas why I do already ;)

Oh and fair warning, it’s rated R by Kez for Profanity and Violence.

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Oct 2014

Why I Read: Chicken Wings

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Hi, everybody.Delta-v again, and I’ve got a new webcomic to tell you about.  This one is a  pretty straightforward slice-of-life comic without much of a “What if?” component–unless you consider the fact that all the characters are birds, and the main characters are chickens to be a significant “premise”.  Co-creators Michael and Stefan Strasser create the comic intercontinentally by lots of Germany-U. S.  communicating, and the result is worth all the fuss.  Stefan said it would be all right (I didn’t hear from Michael–this will be our little surprise for him, I guess), so let’s take off with Chicken Wings.

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17

Oct 2014

Why I Read: DadRockGirlPop

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Hi everybody, it’s Delta-v again with another webcomic for your consideration. The premise this time is a bit more subtle, but it hooked me pretty hard. Author and artist Phil Breszinski liked the idea so here we go. Next stop, DadRockGirlPop.

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