Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online recently. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.
So have you checked out TinyView yet? TinyView is a “platform for bite-sized comics,” offering up content you can scroll through easily on your phone. It was founded/created by the father-and-son team of Rishi and Raj Lalwani, and so far it has offered up nonfiction content — including biographies of scientists, Malachi Ray Rempen’s travel comic and political cartoons by The Nib’s Matt Bors. There’s even a comic about the creation of the app.
Some of the content is free, while some is behind a paywall. Visit their website to elarn more.
The good folks over at SOLRAD have been running a number of great webcomics, including Meeting Comics by Andrew Neal, a gag strip about meetings. What kind sof meetings? All kinds — there’s a lot of office humor, but also some superhero meetings mixed in as well (like in the panels shown above). Neal sells minicomics featuring his strips from his website, and there’s also a collection out from AdHouse Comics. For more information on Neal, you can check out this excellent interview at The Comics Journal.
I featured a short strip posted Gary Moloney to Twitter about a month ago, and now he’s back with another short one, this time with artist John McGuinness for a story about per-masquerade jitters.
Roger Langridge sums up the state of the world right now in his latest comic strip. This sums up how I felt in my first outing to San Jose yesterday since March. You can read more of Langridge’s bio comics via his Patreon.
Finally, if you read Alex Dueben’s interview with Gabrielle Bell earlier this week, then you might be curious about where you can see some of her comics. Look no further than her website, where she’s posted her latest starring the new character find of 2020: “Hi My Name is Karen.”