I'm completely in love with this comic, but also kind of annoyed that I didn't realize how long it would be between issues and there's a CLIFFHANGER. So, here's my jumble of thoughts, laid out for your consideration.
The first six parts of this series were educational, for the most part. The last one (part 7) was full of Adult-Only comics that contain sexual content. This one, however, is fun for a totally different reason! It's chock-full of comics I've enjoyed reading with kids.
If you need to catch up on the series, just click the "comics guide" tag and you'll see them all!
It's been a while since we did one of these posts. Did you miss them? I'll assume you did.
Another batch of queer romance comics added to the searchable comics database!
We're nowhere near done yet, but some of the massive #queerromance tag from Twitter has been added to the searchable comics database! This is likely going to be done in batches of 10, so be patient with us, please.
Catching up? So far, we've published an intro post, a terminology post, a post on comics creation, a piece on managing your budget, some starter comics, and the Local Comic Shop experience. Last week we went through some of the digital funding and distribution channels, which essentially wrapped up the "education" part of this series.
Now we get to talk about something really fun: dirty comics. These are the comics that you probably won't be reading at work, on the subway, or around your kids. These are the comics you aren't supposed to read unless you are 18 or over, so here's me saying that if you are younger than 18, don't click through.
The review below was originally posted at Heroes & Heartbreakers in March, 2017. The content is no longer available there, so we're reposting it here! I hope you enjoy the monster-sex shenanigans.
Today, we're going to talk about one of the more intimidating and ever-changing aspects of comics: digital funding and distribution.