Archive for August, 2007

The Webcomics Podcast Network

Posted in Comics, Internet, Miscellaneous, nightgig, podcast on August 22, 2007 by spacewaffles

JT has just started up The Webcomics Podcast Network, which is a cool hub site collecting together all the webcomic podcasts he can find.

If you have a webcomic related podcast, or are a webcomic person that does a podcast of some sort, send him your link and he’ll add it to the feed!


Space Waffles #14 – Predicament

Posted in art, comedy, Comics, Jonah, pirates, police, projects, space, Space Waffles on August 19, 2007 by spacewaffles

Space Waffles #14 - Predicament

I’m back to drawing and I think this first attempt turned out pretty well. Space is hard to do and still tell what else is going on in the scene.

Beaver and Steve reaches #300!

Posted in anniversary, art, comedy, Comics, Friends, Internet on August 17, 2007 by spacewaffles

Click this comic to enter a world of unfeasible adventure!

One of favorite webcomics just reached it’s 300th strip!

If you aren’t already reading the Unfeasible Adventures of Beaver and Steve you need to go now and check it out!

Space Waffles #13 – You’re Serious?

Posted in art, comedy, Comics, dan, Lackey, Space Waffles on August 13, 2007 by spacewaffles

#13 - You’re Serious?

Big thanks to Dan for his work on our comic exchange. I continue to enjoy reading his comics, and you should all go check them out.

Random Pointless Post #1

Posted in art, comedy, Internet, Nintendo DS, Pac-Man, video games on August 10, 2007 by spacewaffles

I found this image quite amusing. It was the picture header for an article about the upcoming DS version of Namco Museum over on DS Fanboy, which if you are a DS owner, you should be reading.

Theater Hopper: 5 Years Strong!

Posted in anniversary, art, book, comedy, Comics, Friends, sale, Theater Hopper, Tom on August 6, 2007 by spacewaffles

My friend Tom just had the five year anniversary of his comic Theater Hopper. Congrats, Tom!

To celebrate, he has temporarily put his books on sale for only $10 each, and better still, if you buy them bundled together you pay only $19!

I have both books, and I can attest to the fact that if you like movies and/or humor, you should pick these up by Friday. Unless you like spending more than you have to for stuff, and what’s up with that?

Anything Could Happen: Guest Comics

Posted in Anything Could Happen, art, comedy, Comics, dan, Friends on August 5, 2007 by spacewaffles

Dan is on Holiday, and had asked me to write a few strip for his comic Anything Could Happen as part of our exchange.

The first one is up now and can be seen on his Drunk Duck site.