1. nedroidcomics:

    Hello everyone! I have finally joined every other webcartoonist and set up a Patreon campaign in hopes of increasing my comics output. If you’re not familiar with Patreon, it’s a way to help support the people who make things you enjoy by pledging a small monthly amount (check out the in-depth FAQ here).

    If you enjoy my work, I hope you’ll consider becoming a patron so that I’ll be able to keep making more of it. Thank you!


  2. beouija:

    Illustration for a complicated article about the legend of John Henry, the appropriation of black music by white people, and violence toward black people by whites. For The Oxford American.

    I write a little bit about making this piece here and here.

  3. octopuspiecomic:

    That’s the end of this arc, as well as comic #700! We did it. Together.

    My latest book, Octopus Pie: Dead Forever has been nominated for an Ignatz Award! I’m honored to be listed with a lot of wonderful artists. Check out the full list here.

    We’re so close with the Patreon campaign - just $200 away! If you pledge you can help fund full-color comics in the very near future.

  4. scottlava:

    Hey, LOOK!

    It’s the debut of our Hug Machine trailer! A special little hug workout video for you guys entitled "90 - Second Hugs".  A real easy way to get super ripped.  We are celebrating the release of my new picture book called Hug Machine next week on August 26th!

    I hope you enjoy this thing. We worked super hard on it. Thanks to Alan Harris for making it and all of my other buddies involved.


  5. Yo. Everyone that follows me on Tumblr - go support KC Green so he can keep making good shit. (Comics and stuff).


    - Ryan Leonard Pequin


  6. empartridge:

    I want to go curl up in a hole, but I feel like it’s my responsibility to address some things first (some are more important that others):

    • I work on Adventure Time, not Clarence.
    • I’m a storyboard revisionist, not a storyboard artist.
    • I did not personally act to get Skyler fired. Cartoon…

    Clearing some important stuff up regarding this whole crappy deal

  7. flamescrubs:


  8. I boarded this episode y’all! With my buddy Andres Salaff!

    (Source: blackpidgeot)

  9. shingworks:


    New Emily Carroll comic! Always exciting to see what she does.

    more perfection


  10. stefantosheff:

    Yes Bears new shirt

    come with our vinyl if you get a pre order


    these dudes are real good. buy their stuff so they can afford to come visit me in LA!

    (via yesbear)

  11. dolphinjuicebox:



    Can we just take a moment to appreciate the fact that the part of this comic Tumblr has chosen to use is the last frame




    Okey dokey,

    So it looks like this post has accumulated 300k+ notes…unsourced.

    The comic is from Three Word Phrase, a webcomic by internet funny man (and Regular Show storyboard artist) Ryan Pequin, who goes by Tumblr user threewordphrase.

    Here are his Twitter and Facebook pages. And here’s his Paypal for good measure.

    I’m out. Peace.

    I made ‘dis

  12. stefantosheff:

    HEY, Dragon ball zine is still available. buy one if you haven’t yet

    order Here! 


    Hey every one, you can still order your copy of DRAGON BALL ZINE Here! We have only a limited amount left! So make hast!

    Here is the official list of artists who made it into the print edition:

    Adrian Bloch 
    Alexandre Diboine 
    Andrew Schick 
    Babs Tarr 

    Ben Sears 
    Corey Lewis 
    David Alegre 
    Disa Wallander 
    Dudu Magalhãess 
    Emily Partridge 
    Jacob Canepa 
    Jake Wyatt 
    Jasmine Monterroso 
    Jenn Woodall 
    Joanna Krótka 
    Joe Wierenga 
    Kat Bride 
    Katie So 
    Leslie Hung 
    Luis NCT 
    Maxence Henry 
    Mike Jones 
    Natalie Hall 
    Olivier Menanteau 
    Randy Godawa 
    Ricardo Bessa 
    Richie Pope 
    Sachin Teng 
    Sean Dockery 
    Stefan Tosheff 
    Wren McDonald

    Again, a big thank you to everyone who submitted!

    We are currently taking orders, so go get yourself a copy! Here!


  13. stefantosheff:

    A piece I did for the upcoming Revenge of the Art Show:

    Art inspired by movies released in 1984

    Event page

  14. adammuto:

    No. 52

  15. sbosma:

    Polypheme and Odyssea, my combatants for Jenn Woodall’s FIGHTZINE, featuring an all-female cast of fighting game characters. These ended up being closer to Dark Souls enemies (maybe my Ornstein and Smough), but hey. 

    I picture these two as invulnerable from the front and weak to the rear, with Polypheme’s shield and spear, and Odyssea’s gun keeping the player at bay. I imagine you’d get a few seconds to wail on their weaker side before being skewered on Polypheme’s flaming trident and hurled across the screen.

    I knew I wanted to do a pair from the beginning, but I couldn’t really figure things out. I tried out some stuff with a tandem bow, one holding and aiming, the other drawing back the arrow, but visually it didn’t work. Things didn’t really develop until I drew Polypheme’s giant shield, and even then, it wasn’t until the shield became a face with a mouth that the pair clicks. The shield became a cyclops later, after looking at some Indian puppet masks, I think. She became Polypheme, and the other became Odyssea. The trident was a sword originally, but, Polyphemus, being the son of Poseidon, already has a link to the trident. The flaming part of the trident is a small nod to the flaming wooden stake Odysseus uses to blind the cyclops. 

    I have a big reference folder full of matchlock guns from different time periods, culled from a few trips down the ol’ Google images rabbit hole, so that popped up. It seems mindlessly scanning Google images or Tumblr or whatever would just be a timesink and nothing else, but you never know. It pays off to keep track of the things you find visually stimulating, just in case.

    These are two disparate examples of how I design characters — sometimes a lot of narrative choices go into the character, like in Polypheme, and sometimes it’s just a collection of interesting shapes, patterns, etc, like with Odyssea. The first is active, where I’m trying to fulfill some mental picture, the second is reactive, where I’m building the narrative after the shapes come together. They both have their merits.

    I’m happy to add this piece of tonal dissonance to what is otherwise shaping up to be a very fun zine.

    (via beatonna)