Tumblr user Sami Briggs reflects on a year of Splatoon as she joins the celebration of the game’s anniversary with this comic. I’m only giving you the first two pages, so you can read the conclusion on her art blog, as well as check out her other pieces.
Category Archive: webcomics
Warning: The following comic contains spoilers for secret characters in Super Smash Bros. Don’t look at it if you want to and somehow have remained completely unaware of who is in the final roster. ——————– This is pretty touching comic by Brian (no last name given) who runs the Tumblr blog …
From the amazing artist who brought us the Pokemon comic Wonder comes another cute adventure based on a Nintendo series. Renee P. (aka Laughingbear) is taking pre-orders for the Pikmin based comic called “To My Small Friends.” Below are some images from it, but you can always click on the link and see more.
So with a new Smash Bros. on the horizon it only seems fitting that the webcomic series Brawl in the Family is coming to an end. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t go out with a bang. This Kickstarter seems like a great way to celebrate a great webcomic that celebrated what some might consider …
A short essay done in plain text comic form by Nick Wanserski who explores the artistic evolution of The Legend of Zelda and by doing so explores the evolution of the Zelda series, the nature of “family friendly”, and what it means in gaming to be “mature”. And how it basically it all started with …
Brace yourself. This is sad. I wasn’t expecting it to be so sad when I first started watching it and then it comes at you like a truck. At first I amused that Yoshi sounded like Doug the Dog from Pixar’s Up. I was like “aw, Yoshi’s like a dog.” Around the middle …
Pokemon X and Y must have really hit their mark because I had not seen Pokemon talked about like this since I was a kid playing Red and Blue. In fact, with the internet, this is the biggest I’ve ever seen Pokemon. I’m only saying this because I’ve seen loads of Pokemon comics that try …
A comic by Shaenon K. Garrity. I honestly don’t have enough personal experience within the actual game industry. I have the privilege of going to game and comic book stores where the guys who run it are pretty chill and don’t seem to judge anyone who comes in. I’ve worked with young men …