New Stuff at Rasputin Barxotka, Comic Reviews, Hilariously NSFW Guest Art of Zoya and Dima By Jeremy Olson
- I would like to thank Skaja for organizing the historical notes. I’ve been procrastinating on that project for several years, so I am glad that she finally got it done. Skaja is a treasure.
- I added three new tracks to the Rasputin Barxotka Inspirations Spotify Playlist. Subscribe to it and get some funky tunes from every genre of music imaginable.
- If you want to be part of some entertaining conversations about Rasputin Barxotka, and see the lovely Ariane Eldar dress up like a tutu-wearing fairy to save Tsar from humiliation, then stop by our Facebook group and give us a Like while you are at it. We only need 15 more likes for this eComic on Tsar’s origins to become a freebie. Tell your friends, and help me make it happen. Plus, you’ll get to see some of the contents of the February sketch dump, three days early.
Webcomics That Must Share
If you like old school indie anthropomorphic comics, this is the real deal. With content dating all the way back to 1989, I was pleasantly surprised by how entertaining and engaging this webcomic actually turned out to be. Watching Lou Graziani’s art evolve and improve over time was a special treat for me as a reader, and his commentary gives a great insight into his creative process. This one is great read for retro-lovers and the young at heart.
If you like the crime and lustiness of Rasputin Barxotka, and you want to see a lot more heterosexuality along with some possible lesbians washing a car, then you’re probably going to love Lacey Investigations. It’s about a family that fights crime but is often at odds with the best methods to do so. Yes, I realize that the blight of typography known as Comic Sans is there, often cramped in tight word balloons, but don’t let that dissuade you from checking this webcomic out. It’s absolutely action-packed and it doesn’t let up. The art-style is unusual and almost mechanical at times, but in spite of itself, it very effectively communicates the sexy excitement going on at every page turn. I could not stop reading this pulpy thrill-ride.
And Now For Some Fun Guest Art by Jeremy Olson
Click on the thumbnail to find out why Zoya looks so tall! Then go to Loondancer Grafix to see more of Jeremy’s awesome art.