Good news everybody!
We are proud to announce a happy, healthy bouncing addition to the Quark Comics and Podwarp 1999 family. David Davis is the new co-host of the Podwarp 1999 podcast and his fantastic scifi comic Cosmic Dash is part of the Quark Comics collective!
Cosmic Dash has been going steady for over 2 years and brings together some great science fiction adventure and character driven comedy with some stunning artwork. So be sure to stop by Cosmic Dash, say hello to David and stay tuned for the next episode of Podwarp 1999 to hear David’s debut.
Episode 39 of PodWarp 1999 is up now: The Inexplicable Adventures of Professor Henrold P. Quiggleshiggles and his Tomfoolery Generator!
(And if you haven’t heard it yet, Episode 38 is also up: PodWarp 1980!)
Do you produce a science fiction webcomic? Do you have a healthy knowledge of classic science fiction movies and TV? Do you like going off on tangents about a variety of topics? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you!
PodWarp 1999 and Quark Comics are looking to expand. We’re trying to find the perfect fit to join our core of science fiction webcomic creators. Not only will this lucky individual gain the benefits of exposure on our website and our cross promotional box, but he or she will become one of the regular hosts of the PodWarp 1999 scifi/comic podcast. Help us make the greatest science fiction comic collective even greater.
All you need to do is send us a link to your comic with a brief “Why I should be chosen for PodWarp 1999″ statement to let us know why you should be chosen for PodWarp 1999. The address to send it to is podwarp1999@NOSPAMcomicostrich.com. Good luck, and happy scifi-ing.
A recent study indicated that three out of four Quark Comics readers wanted to see “Unfriendly pictures of the planet Mercury” – So here you go!
(The study may have been flawed…)
If you’re a fan of science fiction (and who isn’t), you may want to try out my new steampunk spy themed roleplaying game Steam Spy. Everything you need to play is available to download on line for a low price. But it’s completely free to check out. In fact, I recommend reading the short story Steam and Mirrors. It’s like your favorite Quark Comic but with zeppelins.