The third collection of Erika Moen’s celebration of sexual behaviour in all its forms and flavours.
Spottoon.com is a new platform publishing webcomics of Korean origin to a western readership. Until the end of August, you can sign up and read their eclectic selection of comics for free.
This awesome little webcomic explores the lives of literary figures from Nottingham’s rich history.
Cordyceps Tickles! is an autobiographical comic about “an ambiguously-gendered ex-shut-in trying to make sense of life outside their room by sketching down the cool parts.”
A few weeks back, two lengthy comic-related conversations erupted on Linkedin, one asking whether or not thought bubbles are dated, the other questioning the worth of words in digital comics. Anyway, all this got me asking myself: what exactly constitutes a comic book?
The longstanding web series finally gets the treatment it deserves, in Action Lab’s hefty 336-page volume, which contains the limited series, long-running wecomic strip and a gallery of artwork from the series’ talented fans.