Sunday Comics | ‘Thomas River,’ World Mental Health Day and Batman

Check out recent comics from Jacob Edgar, Doug Wagner and Brian Stelfreeze, Elise Schuenke and more.

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.

Thomas River is a new comic by artist Brian Stelfreeze and writer Doug Wagner, which is currently up on Kickstarter courtesy of 12-Gauge Comics. If you are curious for a taste of what to expect from the project, 12-Gauge has been releasing a daily comic strip by the creative team on social media during the campaign. You can find them in the 12-Gauage Twitter feed.

Yesterday was World Mental Health Day, and cartoonist Elise Schuenke shared several of her comics on that topic on Twitter. You can check them out in this thread and more of her work here.

Jacob Edgar is a cartoonist who has worked on Army of Darkness, Red Sonja and other titles, and he’s gotten some deserved attention over the past few weeks for these Batman comic strips, done in the tone of the Batman: The Animated Series cartoons and the style of a Sunday comic strip. Bonus: check out some of his Superman strips as well. (Anyone else missing Wednesday Comics after reading these? Why was there never a sequel?)

Over at the excellent comics/commentary site SOLRAD, cartoonist Karl C. Krumpholz has another round of diary comics, covering upkeep of his building’s garden, Zoom calls with his mother and his cat Ishka.

Finally, it’s October, the scary month, so I thought I should post something scary that’s not about the year 2020. So take a break from reality and focus in on Nothing is Forgotten, an early Ryan Andrews (This Was Our Pact) strip about a boy, a funeral and a monster.

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