Theory: Uno Moralez is the best comics artist working right now, despite the fact that he’s not really working in comics or even considered a comics artist. Click the image for the full strip, or check out some amazing animated gifs at his website.
Posts Tagged ‘web comic’
The title page from Emily Carrol’s The Prince & The Sea, a twelve page web comic. Click it to read the whole thing. No spoilers, but: it is good! Wonderfully written, appropriately illustrated, and uses the web browser format in a very keen way.
Two panels from Nothing Is Forgotten, an eleven-part web comic by Ryan Andrews. I’m not going to lie… it’s a stunning work, the sort of thing that once again reminds me that real comics are being published straight to the internet. I won’t spoil it for you, but it’s somewhere between My Neighbor Totoro and I Kill Giants. Except with absolutely no dialogue. Go ahead and read it… it will take you all of three minutes and your life will feel so much more rewarding afterwards.