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A podcast where your host AJ--that's me!--chats with different guests (some in the webcomic industry, some not) to help you discover your next favorite webcomic! 

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Content Warning: While the episode itself is fairly tame in nature, the comic discussed in this episode is for 18+ readers and contains graphic sex scenesswear words (and occasional problematic language)gore and violencedrug usage-----------------------------------Ever thought about becoming a vampire? Sure, we all have!But have you ever thought about joining a council of British vampires that's filled with bureaucracy, hedonism, and classism? Join horror webcomic creator Alex Lutz/...
Content warning: The comic contains some scenes of physical violence and gore, as well as the occasional swear word.What webcomic are we talking about today?Chio's Cyborg Kale, an action-packed sci-fi thriller about a gamer nerd who gets alien-napped and turned into a cyborg. Also, there's a gang of bikers who can turn into giant monsters, what more could you want in a webcomic?Who's our guest today?Robert Livingston, the creator of webcomics Tom n' Artie and the upcoming Kaiju Dayz----------...
The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and AmalContent warning: This episode references disownment, abusive relationships, and drug dealing, as these events occur within the comic.The comic itself contains mentions of disownment, references to and occurrences of racism and homophobia, some physical violence, references to abuse and sexual coercion, and usage of swear words. There are also a few explicit (and very well-drawn!) sex scenes.Also, some spoilers abound!--------------------------------...
Content warning: The chapters that we will mainly be covering in Part 1 are relatively light, aside from a small fight of fisticuffs in chapters 87-88. The webcomic as a whole features themes relating to grief, depression, emotional trauma, as well as some occasional physical violence. A few minor spoilers abound in this episode.Who's my guest today?- My guest today is the lovely and luminous Lennon, author of the gay enemies- to-lovers romcom webcomic FarOff and the ghostly roma...
Content warning: Some discussion of mental illness and trauma (specifically anxiety and agoraphobia) as they pertain to the webcomic, and the webcomic itself features "heavy overarching themes relating to mental illness, paranoia, trauma, emotional abuse, and anxiety". Also, spoilers abound!-------------------Greetings, webcomic nerds!Who's my guest today?My guest today is the cool-as-a-cucumber Clyde K., an artist and the author of the upcoming horror comic A Town Called CollegevilleWhat we...
Welcome back to part 2 of Cheap Episodes! Who's my guest today? - the illustrious and inimitable E.K. Weaver, a longtime comic artist and creator of two queer/LGBT+ road-trip dramedy webcomics:The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal (18+) https://tjandamal.com/Shot and Chaser (18+, currently running!) https://tjandamal.com/sac/(Content warning: Both webcomics contain usage of swear words and depictions of, or allusions to, parent/child trauma)What webcomic are we talking ...
Who's my guest today? - the illustrious and inimitable E.K. Weaver, a longtime comic artist and creator of two queer/LGBT+ road-trip dramedy webcomics:The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal (18+) https://tjandamal.com/Shot and Chaser (18+, currently running!) https://tjandamal.com/sac/(Content warning: Both webcomics contain usage of swear words and depictions of, or allusions to, parent/child trauma)What webcomic (s) are we talking about today?(Content warning: Both webcomic...
Greetings, friends! Firstly, thank you all for being so patient with me throughout this hiatus(s). I am so glad and so grateful to be back here talking with wonderful people about webcomics.Speaking of wonderful people, who's my guest today?It's cartoonist/animator Charles Brubaker (http://www.bakertoons.com/), the creator of webcomics Lauren Ipsum and Fuzzy Princesshttps://laurenipsum.thecomicstrip.org/http://fuzzy-princess.com/https://twitter.com/bakertoonsWhat webcomic are we t...
"Hey, what the heck happened to WebComic Corner?"It's 2023 and you know what that means: it's time for another mini-sode!You get to hear me ramble about why I've been on hiatus and what I have planned for the next set of episodes and when the first new full-length episode drops!Thanks for listening!Want to support the show, make a suggestion, or just say hi?- Leave a review on Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/webcomic-corner/id1686291258) or rate the show on Spotify...
Content warning: The webcomic contains scenes of violence, the occasional swear word, and references to genocide. The episode itself only discusses these things as they pertain to the content of the comic.Also, spoilers abound!----------------------------------------------------------Once upon a time, there was a boy and there was a girl, can I make it any more obvious? Her people were murdered by an evil king, he joined the army while looking for his lost love (that's actually her!), it was ...
Content warning: This episode contains discussion of PTSD and DID. The webcomic Let's Get Burgers contains portrayals of PTSD, intrusive thoughts, depression, and swear words/a homophobic slur.Consider the burger: What makes up a perfect burger? Should a burger have one patty or two? What's the best cheese for a burger? Can a burger truly be meatless? Why do some people want to ruin their burger by adding tomatoes or removing pickles? Well, Let's Get Burgers answers none of these q...
Content Warning: The Boy and the Wolf webcomic contains some scenes of graphic violence, swearing, and some portrayals and mentions of psychological trauma.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ah, Paris: the city of love, croissants, the Eiffel Tower, and in this story, a notorious gang known as Black Death. A beautiful youth known only as The Boy is kidnapped by a small group of would-be hooligans who themselves are trying to ...
Content Warning: While this episode basically contains none of these things, Bicycle Boy itself contains scenes of graphic violence, a decent amount of swears, dead bodies, some sexuality, a bit of body horror, and, as the author puts it, "plenty of other things that might make you uncomfortable." Spoiler Warning: This episode contains perhaps the most minor of vague spoilers, but nothing extremely specific.Greetings, friends! We're back with another fun episode today, starring yours tr...
Content Warning: While Izy and I don't go into too many specifics, the featured webcomic does contain graphic depictions of violence involving 17-18-year-olds. Greetings and salutations, friends, did you miss me? It's okay if you didn't, but I'm back anyway and I'm actually talking about webcomics in this episode along with Izy (https://twitter.com/zzsleeps), author of his own webcomic REEDS.Ever wondered what it would be like to be going through just another regular high school day of ...
Greetings, friends and welcome to our first minisode. This week I'm going to need a little bit of help from you all. Remember in last week's show notes when I said we'd have a theme song this week? Well, some things went awry in the studio and I ended up making two theme songs. And that's where you all come in, you get to pick the show's theme music! Just head on over to the show's Twitter (that's https://twitter.com/WebcomicC ) cast your vote, and whichever song snippet wins gets to be...
Yes, it's a two-parter; come join me and my fellow chochachos as we discuss what goes down at a Chochacho Con, how amazing the Achewood fandom is, why the Achewood print omnibus needs to be released within this decade, and more!(Yes, the background audio is still spotty in some parts, apologies.)Oh, and here's something that I probably should have added to the first episode, an actual link to Achewood: https://www.achewood.com/Thanks for listening!Want to support the show, make a suggestion, ...
For our first episode, we're going to take a metaphorical journey to a little place called Achewood to hang out with a couple of fans -- or "chochachos", as they liked to be called -- and find out what makes Chris Onstad's webcomic Achewood such an incredible trip into the early days of Internet culture. Cool Fact: Throughout its 15-year-run, Achewood has received recognition from a variety of different notable sources, including The Economist, The New Yorker, Small Press Expo (SPX), TIM...
Looking for a podcast about webcomics? Then welcome, you've tuned into the right place. But before we start having too much fun, this episode is going to give you a little explanation about what to expect here at WebComic Corner. Enjoy, and thanks for being in my corner.(P.S. There are a few technical audio blips in this episode, sorry. The audio should definitely be improved in future episodes.)Thanks for listening!Want to support the show, make a suggestion, or just say hi?- Lea...
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