Every now and again, I come across a webcomic I really should have been reading. Be it because I know the person does quality work or because it's seriously too good to not be spoken of more. In this case, it's a little of both.
Written and drawn by Amanda Payne, Wrongside is an idea of hers that has been brewing since she was a kid and has been working on for years. Understand that this is not kid stuff, either. It's a full fledge story that reads like it would be more at home published out of Dark Horse instead of hanging out online.
I've gotten a bit into it and I seriously can't stop reading. Thankfully, Amanda has a good 180 pages or so up of the main story along with seven side stories to read through! = )
If you dig good artwork, interesting characters and a damn fine (and expansive) story; I recommend checking out Wrongside. -> http://www.ayzewi.com/
As for this fine strip, I'm working on it. Though, due to outside circumstances, these next few weeks may be one strip weeks.
Posted by Prophet - Sunday, August 8, 2010 - 7:21 PM
In the past, I have done strips about folks asking Biff and the Crew questions. It hit me that I don't ever really tell folks how they can ask Me - that "Artist"-type Guy - questions. A slight oversight on my part but one I'll correct right now.