Overlooked Webcomics: Styleon 02/12/2012 at 6:00 am
I recently found this article over on INKed which talks about overlooked webcomics with a definitive visual style:
Recently I spoke with Kurt Sasso of TGTmedia, and briefly spoke of a few webcomics that I have come across that have great style that just seem to get overlooked. I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but I wanted to take a minute to go over some of the webcomics that I see that visually set themselves apart.
If you follow me on any social network I am sure you have seen this comic before. Denver Brubakers lovable black and white Tales of the Checkered Man delivers a great quick read adventure world once a week. The dark colors and animated expressions pull me in page after page.
Why I think this comics gets overlooked… is the speed of the website, I have been tempted to donate for him to get a better host. There was a short hiatus taken last year but came right back into action with some wonderfully done banners.
Why I hope it succeeds…. I wish there were more great adventure comics like this, a bit of humor, a bit of action, and a lot of entertainment. You can tell Denver takes this project seriously, I hope to see a book in the future.
What do you think? Do you agree/disagree? I'd love to hear your comments/thoughts on the subject...