Happy Father’s Day, everyone. There’s a new chapter of my infrequently updated web comic, Dekpa and Deborah, online. In this chapter, Deborah’s father is very much on her mind. Enjoy.
Happy U.S. Mother’s Day, everyone, especially to mothers. To-day also brings a new chapter of my infrequently updated web comic, Dekpa and Deborah. Watch as Deborah tries not to embarrass herself at supper with some very important people in one of the biggest palaces in the world a few decades before it mostly burned…
A new chapter of my infrequently updated web comic, Dekpa and Deborah, is now online. Inspiration for this chapter came from literary critic William Empson’s 1961 book on Paradise Lost called Milton’s God. This bit:
Happy Christmas, everyone. My gift to you is not one but two new chapters of my infrequently updated web comic, Dekpa and Deborah. That’s for a total of seventeen new full colour pages. They’re set in November 1674 but there’s plenty of snow to give it a Christmasy feel. Also, there’s a cameo from a merry old fat man…
To-day brings a new chapter of my infrequently updated web comic, The Devils Dekpa and Deborah. Our heroines discourse with the supernatural and the worse for wear in this sea faring adventure comic. Enjoy.
Another chapter of my infrequently updated webcomic, The Devils Dekpa and Deborah, is online. Feminine hygiene and violent revolution are discussed. Enjoy.
It’s a windy, rainy day here in San Diego, a good day to stay in and read Frankenstein. Or even a pirate adventure, like to-day’s new chapter of my infrequently updated webcomic, The Devils Dekpa and Deborah. We find our heroines further on their journey to Chatham despite a thick fog. Enjoy.
A new chapter of my web comic, The Devils Dekpa and Deborah, is finally online. Trouble continues to brew in 1674 and our heroines are in Newgate prison in this new eight page chapter. This is a series about piracy.
A short comic I drew many years ago, and recently found. I decided to color it and share. I hope you enjoy:
It's time for the annual Batgirl/Supergirl Christmas comic by Mike Maihack. These comics are always adorable, and this time is no exception. And there's a surprise cameo!
Anyone reading this webcomic? If not, you probably should be. The series falls into the genre of magical British boarding school fiction, but adds interesting layer upon layer to develop a complex mythology. One of the most fun aspects, however, is the use of long setups that take weeks, months or years to payoff -…
Artist Jamie Knapp posted a pretty clear explanation of "white privilege" on Tumblr, only to receive death threats.
Candy wins out every time. Mike Maihack of Cleopatra in Spaaace! fame shared another one of his delightful Batgirl and Supergirl comics today. Sometimes I despair Supergirl will never come to take her role as a crime fighter seriously.
Summer internships can be horrifying, they can be interesting, but Nikki's internship at the Museum of Cryptozoology turns out to be horrifically interesting. Also kind of deadly and slightly apocalyptic.
…but it's fascinating.
Wanted to post this Friday, but was way to tired.
At least that's the case made by this brand new webcomic that I absolutely love. Craig Ferguson kidnapped by Daleks during a taping of the Late Late Show only to be rescued by his former band mate Peter Capaldi who it turns out is actually the Doctor! If you're a fan of the Late Late Show you'll love this. Or you will…