Devil’s Due Brings Ashley Witter’s Scorch to Print
Collecting the Squarriors Artist’s Original Hit Web Comic
Before Squarriors, and before her adaptations of Interview with the Vampire, Ashley Marie Witter built a massive online following with the suburban-goth web-comic, Scorch, about a macabre yet cute demon living in suburban America.
This July Devil’s Due Entertainment brings Scorch to print for the first time, collecting the hundred pages of content into a trade paperback, featuring all new cover art by Witter. Continue reading Ashley Witter’s ‘Scorch’ Comes to Devil’s Due
Devil’s Due Entertainment has dropped a ton of Squarriors news today. What’s Squarriors? I’m glad you asked! It’s full of fuzzy little woodland creatures, tribal brutality, and is simply a great comic book. Imagine Disney animated animals meets Game of Thrones with some of the best art out there right now. Click through for more.
Continue reading Squarriors #1 Goes Back to Print; 2nd Mini-Series on the Way
I cannot say that I’m a huge fan of the Sentient Small Animal Genre. Mouse Guard, Mice Templar, even the great Maus took a bit of getting used to from me in order to even start page one. It’s not that I don’t like talking animals, I’m a huge Disney fan and talking animals were their bread & butter for decades. Many of these comic book depictions of rodents and other small animals did a great job with writing, but completely missed the mark when it came to the artwork. If I’m going to read a book starring mice, squirrels, and other animals, I want them to legitimately look like the mice, squirrels, and other animals they are supposed to be, and not just some low-talent attempt at drawing cartoon beasts. You might as well just put people in your comic and forget the beastly slant. Squarriors #1 is basically your typical sentient small animal story, but the artwork is brilliantly captivating in its realism, making this the sentient small animal book we deserve.
New Comics Wednesday is upon us again, and some of us here at Outright Geekery are running down the top pick on our comic stacks for this week. What are you looking forward to reading this week? Continue reading Geeks’ Picks for New Comics: December 17th, 2014