Tank Girl and Follow The Leader: Review Day Tuesday

Here’s where you can read Follow the Leader online by Jonas McCluggage (otherwise known as Jonas Goonface). If you really like it, go to his Patreon page.

I mention this at the end of today’s video, but I’m considering cancelling Review Day Tuesdays and/or the YouTube video series altogether to focus more on making comics and art. But then again, I could show you how I MAKE said art and comics. Let me know your thoughts in the comments:

Should I continue Review Day Tuesdays? Should I make video about my art and comics instead? Or should I just make comics?

I have a few ideas (like, making videos showing how I make work) but be honest and let me know.

Also, if you’ve read Tank Girl or Follow the Leader, leave a comment and let me know what you thought!

Thanks for watching.

You. Are. Awesome.

Review Day Tuesday: My Love Story!!

If you’ve read “My Love Story!!” published by Shojo Beat and created by Kazune Kawahara and Aruko, leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts on it!

Right now, I’m hard at work on some new illustration series’ ideas – drawing out some rough sketches, testing color palettes, and the like. I’ll talk more about those soon. Besides that, if you want to see some bonus comics like “Julia,” you can check out my Patreon page – it’s like KickStarter, but funds itself by the month and gets you more constant perks.

Thank you for reading and watching!

You. Are. Awesome.

Review Day Tuesday: The Ancient Magus’ Bride

What can be said about The Ancient Magus’ Bride by Kore Yamazaki? Well, it’s definitely weird. Watch the video to see why.

Have you read this manga? Leave a comment below and we can discuss it (discussing books is super fun).

Thank you for watching.

You. Are. Awesome.

Review Day Tuesday: Action Lab, Dog of Wonder #1

Today I review a new first-issue comic published by Action Lab Comics, called Action Lab: Dog of Wonder (yes, that title was intentional). I first saw this book when Action Lab Comics appeared at my local comic shop for a promotional event, and I spoke with Vito Delsante, the co-writer on Action Lab #1, who is a really cool guy. Anyway, the comic’s pretty fun and adorable and you should read it.

More book reviews are coming, so stay tuned!

In not-book-review news, there’s a new sketch comic just for patrons called, “Julia.” The version patrons are seeing now is actually the new and HEAVILY revised draft of this old story idea. So if you want to read it, go pledge on Patreon.

Thank you for watching.

You. Are. Awesome.